States as refugee in the past. She is a Hmong, an ethnic group from the Asian countries. This article is about her experiences on how her life was when she first came to the United States to the success of graduating from an U. S university. During that period, there were a few cultural and tradition issues happened in her family.
The purpose of this paper is to define the positive and negative stereotypes among community college students. Stereotyping people makes you ignore their individuality, but on the other hand, it helps you to find people who most likely will match who you are. Stereotypes are always. As a person who was born in China but grew up in both China and U. A, I often wonder how should I categorize myself. In this paper, I will argue that Asian Americans attend college due to their cultural roots and familial expectations.
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Culture has a way of connecting us from the things we have in common to our differences. For AsianPacificAmericanHeritageMonth we created a space for our voices to be heard and to defy or embrace the stereotypes that are placed on Asian Americans. We asked a few Asian Pacific American R29 staffers what their favorite thing about their culture is and discovered that the strings that attach us so closely with our culture are also associated with the memories we make with our families. The act of gathering and creating food brings us together and something we still defer back to when we're feeling a bit homesick. Skip navigation!