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Posted 12/20/14

ChibiNighty wrote:


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ChibiNighty wrote:


thestars201 wrote:


ChibiNighty wrote:

I'm from Vietnam, but what most people think when they hear Vietnam is the Vietnam War or Pho.
I love my culture and it saddens me when the only thing people think of is a war from the past.


LOL man, I love pho. I really do. I can eat it and never eat anything else ever again.


I love Pho too! My parents make me eat it almost every day
Bubble Tea goes great with Pho too


My parents "try" to make pho and it actually doesn't taste very good. I go to a restaurant to get my fix.

Yes Bubble Tea... Tapioca or Jelly?


I love the Tapioca pearls, they're fun to chew on
What about you?


Same! XD

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Posted 12/21/14

thestars201 wrote:


ChibiNighty wrote:


thestars201 wrote:


ChibiNighty wrote:


thestars201 wrote:


ChibiNighty wrote:

I'm from Vietnam, but what most people think when they hear Vietnam is the Vietnam War or Pho.
I love my culture and it saddens me when the only thing people think of is a war from the past.


LOL man, I love pho. I really do. I can eat it and never eat anything else ever again.


I love Pho too! My parents make me eat it almost every day
Bubble Tea goes great with Pho too


My parents "try" to make pho and it actually doesn't taste very good. I go to a restaurant to get my fix.

Yes Bubble Tea... Tapioca or Jelly?


I love the Tapioca pearls, they're fun to chew on
What about you?


Same! XD



Haha that's awesome! My favorite is Taro Bubble Tea <3
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Posted 12/21/14
Not me, but my family is. Both of my parents grew up in Pakistan. Sad to think that where they were raised is basically a terror-zone.
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Posted 12/21/14
English speaking Canadian.
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Posted 12/24/14
I'm from Southern California. The area where I live is full of asians, mostly Chinese people. Most people here are about eating, shopping, and hanging out at tea places.
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Posted 12/24/14
Asian American raised in California. I do not celebrate any American or Asian cultural events because I do not like the idea of culture in general. That doesn't mean I am white washed, I just don't have a cultural influence on my life.
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Posted 12/24/14 , edited 12/24/14
My parents are from India and my mom moved to America in like 1968 so she moved pretty young and I guess she was one of the few Indians there lol. My dad used to live in Toronto and moved I would say like 1980. I don't know many Indians who like manga and anime so I am a a rare one and many Asians live near me. I love my culture because we have Bollywood movies which are always usually romantic and I love the songs. We also have amazing food.

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Posted 12/24/14
Well lets see, my Dads side of the family.. wait I never meet my Dad.. or his side of the family.. but he's just straight white.. not necessarily a bad things, but I'm not proud of it either, just comes with racial and social benefits.

Anyway, my Moms side is a high class Dominican family that came from the capitol and all this high class fancy junk. My question is why she moved to America for some white dude so she could end up middle class/poor. Enough about that though, hell no I'm not proud of it because I'm too lazy to adapt into some Spanish crap and learn another language. I do know Spanish because the son of a beesh grew on me, but that's because I hated being left out of a conversation.
Posted 12/25/14
Yes I am Proud of my cultures, Mexican/Puerto Rican born and raised in a Dutch community in Michigan ^^ and I do miss it ♡
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Posted 12/25/14 , edited 12/25/14
The only thing I like about my culture is the food. Everything else is shit. It's like an entire people based their lives on domination, submission, manipulation, and immaturity.
Posted 12/27/14 , edited 12/27/14

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Just because I'm from the South DOES NOT mean that I am racist/homophobic/hateful/immature/judgemental/a redneck. Don't throw stereotypes at people.


I'm from the South too, 90% of the people in my town are rednecks, but I'm not. I ain't about that life.

I agree. Not that much into it myself. I honestly dislike "redneck" culture. But that's just me.
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Posted 12/27/14

MissMagicNoodles wrote:


snivell wrote:


MissMagicNoodles wrote:

Just because I'm from the South DOES NOT mean that I am racist/homophobic/hateful/immature/judgemental/a redneck. Don't throw stereotypes at people.


I'm from the South too, 90% of the people in my town are rednecks, but I'm not. I ain't about that life.

I agree. Not that much into it myself. I honestly dislike "redneck" culture. But that's just me.

I dislike it too.
Posted 12/27/14
My grandparents were first generation Americans, from families that fled Italy during Mussolini's dictatorship. The area they came from was a ghetto, and they came here on the back of a boat.

I'm proud of my heritage, obviously. I celebrate some Italian holidays (feast days), but not really any American. I like to just be myself, and not confined by what came before all too much.
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Posted 12/27/14
I'm from a Polish family but was raised in the United States. Honestly, I hate most of the Polish people that I have met. Out of my extended and immediate family I only like my mom, one of her 4 sisters, and my cousins who were raised in the states like I was. My dad was filled to the brim with Polish pride, and he was an alcoholic racist. I had a few friends who were from thick Polish families, and they were extremely arrogant. The friends I got along with the best were by far people who were either minorities or of an American cultural background. And when I went to Poland, I was pretty much forced to drink alcohol at family gatherings. To the point that I was getting threatening stares when I refused.



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Posted 12/27/14
I'm from the Pacific Northwest and I've lived in both Washington and Oregon. It's basically just like the rest of America so there's really not much to say about the PNW other than that it rains all the time and we drink a LOT of coffee. Seriously, we have coffee stands everywhere. In the places where I've lived, you can't drive 2 miles without passing at least 2 coffee shops (usually more). And they're all busy!
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