This is the course blog for ICS24/ELIT24, Asian American Literature, at De Anza College
I will most probably ask them the reason for their hatred, because sometimes, that reason is misunderstanding or miscommunication. If they really hate my attitude, then I guess I have to change if I feel that it's my fault. If they hate my beliefs and ethnicity, i can try to ask them why and try to make them like both my beliefs and ethnicity maybe by explaining to them my culture.
I will ask them for the reasons and about why they hate. and they answer with the reasons that I would have a hard time to overcome in the place, i would try to move to another place
When it comes to this situation, theirs nothing you really can do. Everyone has rights to their opinions. But if you dont like my ethnicity or my beleifs, i could care less.
I would address the situation if it seems to get out of hand. Of course directly with the person who has the biggest problem, and in private. Although if there isn't a way to resolve the situation, then I would let it go. Everyone has a right to live the life they want to live. I cannot force an opinion on someone. (TORI CARROLL)