The Struggle to be an American Girl

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Kelvin S. Rubio 12/20/10 Composition 1, Section 075 Journal #10 Professor Petillo The Struggle to be an American Girl Writer Elizabeth Wong and her brother deeply resented being forced to attend to Chinese school. When the children very clearly expressed displeasure and unhappiness, parents should not force their children into things that they are not going to thank later. Things that parents should force on their children is having their immunizations, attending school, and seeking professional attention. Forcing them into things they will not get out of would only sever the bond between the parent and the child. There are times where a parent would force their children into thing that they hate. At first the child will indeed hate it, and say that they will never go through that ever again. Yet eventually, they will realize how beneficial it was to them. Wong stated that she and her brother were forced into Chinese school by their mother, so that they could appreciate their Chinese heritage. The result was that the two would do their best to be more American, and the brother
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This note was uploaded on 05/30/2011 for the course WRT 101 taught by Professor Shegriff during the Spring '08 term at Bergen Community College.

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