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Identity

Summary: Examines how individuals develop identity. Explores the effect of personal identity on personality. Describes the issue of ethnic diversity.
Growing up in New Zealand, English became my third but most used language. I speak it at school and at home. Although I can communicate, I still often make mistakes. I have never experienced labeling or judging because of my English abilities or that I am Chinese. However, one incident influenced me when I was thirteen, in ways that I felt embarrassed and self conscious, but also taught me learning and friendship from others perceptions of me.

When embarrassment comes upon us, it is hard to shrug off or forget. I was highly embarrassed when my friends noticed that I pronounce `yeast' as `east' during our yeast study in science. I was thirteen, and my face went tomato red every time I had to say `yeast.' Redder, when people laughed. Though my friends did not deliberately make fun of me or remind me, I could not over come...

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