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THE DIFFERENCES AMONG THE CULTURES IN THE COUNTRTY YOU LIVE
1.       yilgun-2010
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 12 Jun 2010 Sat 01:41 am

The Differences in cuktures among your real native land ( Maybe you are an immigrant -
national )  / and the other ethnic groups from the other countries
in your living - present country

 

Hi, I was wondering how you are living  with another cultures – another ethnic groups
in your permanent country?
Maybe your family or you are from  Asia or Africa or  Midle East or another country…
But you are living in the USA, England, Canada, France, Australia or another country…
Are you a real national?
What about your native land, your ethnic group, your culture, your ethnic background?
And maybe you are an immigrant in this country.
What about this countriy’s culture, ethnic group, ethnic background?
Are there the differences between your ethnic culture and  this country’s ethnic culture?
Are you feeling yourself a sadly stranger in this country as an immigrant?
Do you have same rights like this country’s people as an immigrant?
What is your statue? What is your social level?
Are you a second class citizen in this country as an immigrant?
Are you missing your native land and your origin people as an immigrant?
I have been to England and France for a while.
There are a lot of foreign and black people in these countries.
And there are a lot of people from Asia and Africa and Middle East and China and Russia…
I realise that there are big differences in culture among
these ethnic groups in these countries and also other countries.
For example there are 72 nations, 72 separate cultures, many religions, many languages
and different worlds in one country.
I have  friends in some important - highly developed countries….
All I have heard is negative things like racialism, ethnic excluding, inharmoniousness,
bad economic and social conditions…
Are you happy as a native land national or an immigrant in the country you live?

I think you are living in a complicated social structure.
I see there are a lot of foreign national people and ethnic structures in your country.

In fact you are not a pure national community.

What do you think about the other foreign communities in your country and their cultures, traditions, languages, educations, dreams, social-economic and ethnic structures in your country?

This is the main question...
What do you think?



Edited (6/12/2010) by yilgun-2010
Edited (6/12/2010) by yilgun-2010
Edited (6/12/2010) by yilgun-2010

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