Crikey, I've been called Ali before in Denmark, when i used to work for the refugees, but never DHAVAL (male name 'pure white') translated. I may have Spanish bloodline from the 1600's With half Welsh, a touch of Irish and English, married to a touch of Scotland first time around had 2 kids. Second time 24 years later married a Chinese Taiwanese, and ended up with a Eurasian daughter, that speaks Singlish, Chinglish, English, Mandarin, Hakka and Taiwanese
Yes, it is bizarre . . . I believe the SG gahmen definition of a Eurasian is someone who has Indian ancestry . . . or at least that's the way it was.
Now i am adopting my family crest on the left to signify the house of Lancaster, adopted by Lancashire with the red roses, the red lion of England and the Taiwan emblem dated 2000, when my daughter was born, a new era and direction in the family tree though the design is not yet finished The Heinz 57 label looks promising