My Identity: Who am I?
I am a Chinese girl and my nationality is Han. You know, the Hans are the largest group and
over nine-tenths of the inhabitants belong to the Han nationality in China. Comparatively, I can
not get the beneficial policy. In China, people of minority group can have beneficial policy in
education and living because of the small population.
Jiangsu is an affluent and peaceful province. My father is an office worker, and my mother is a
high school teacher. So, I come from a well-off family. I do not worry about the cost of living
and education. Sometimes, my parents can spend money to support my interest. Like the
drawing, they pay the cost of the studying, paper, paintbrush, and paints.
I am a girl. Women are the person of vulnerable group, especially in the former China. People
liked boy better than girl. But now, I do not think that to be a girl is a bad thing. Due to Family
Project, the largest number of families only have one child. So, I can get all love from my
parents. And the prejudice of women is not so obvious in community.
I love my country, The People's Republic of China, even if China is still a developing country
and there are still some unfair things happened in my life. Like the racialism in America, people
in rich areas look down on the people in poor areas in China. But we are all Chinese. When the
disaster happened, for example the massive earthquake in Wenchuan, Chinese people help each
other. We want to help our compatriots while they are in trouble. Like the African Traditional
Thought,‘I am because we are, and since we are, therefore I am. ’, Chinese people show their
identity in their community. (Menkiti)
I am a law-abiding citizen. As I was a child, I knew that the interest of community is more