End the Battle of the Races
Today, racism is moreand more a concern. It is often unseen and unheard, but racial tension stillexists between ethnic groups. I have observed how different races condemn oneanother, as though one race is superior. I know what it feels like to think I'mthe superior, but I'm not. It's terrible to see how racially proud people canblow the boundaries out of proportion.
For example, at my former school,it was common to hear "Go A.P.!" at least once a day, or "Yea, yeaAsian pride!" screamed by somebody, sometimes me. It was like a littleinside thing that only we Asians could share. It's silly now to think it was so"cool" because how did others - non-Asians - feel? We seemed to walkwith an arrogant air that said "I'm Asian - don't mess with me." It'san ego that's shared among Koreans, Chinese, Japanese, Vietnamese, Filipino,Cambodians .
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