How Asian-Americans can behave in America and why it is a struggle to live in this world when people have family members who used to live/be raised in another country. I can also talk about Vietnamese American culture life since i struggle with it, even now i still do and how it's hard to live in a world with 2 or more identities.
I was born in America and my parents are Vietnamese. I deal with their culture, family life, and a struggle to live in the world where people have 2 identities. A book that i recently read by Amy Tan was called "A Joy Luck Club" which is a series of short stories and one of her stories was called "A Pair Of Tickets". a recommendation to read it. it is good.
Bristol Eastern High School, graduated in 2006, now attending Eastern CT State University.
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i think that it is not necessarily rude in a way, but she married an American, so i mean, everyone encounters issues differently. have you tried talking to the mother? And maybe she has reasons for not
well i am sure that the family ask that is because the patient would probably want to eat something home made and all. i mean, hospital food are not that great i'm sure, even though they provide it to
well, saying 'thank you' means that they appreciate you coming into the restaurant or any other place. being polite at any asian country is polite and important in an asian culture. some could say 'you're
Well you can pretty much get them anything, like a thank you card or flowers, just something small. or if you know what they want, you can get them something that they like too, whether it's a gift card
i assume that this may go on for a while. if this has been going on for 8 months, then it's pretty clear to her that she doesn't want to talk to you. I guess she would only help you if she was forced to