The life of the migrant is one of studies and tribulations.
Humans are complicated entities whose identities will be formed through multitudes of experience and relationships. Peoplewere born with connections, connections with people and places, the contrasting in look, language abruptly stand out in the foreign nation which makes all of them struggle to fit into or truly feel welcomed, no one is able to live a life completely only, the natural instincts of living in a community makes them ready to sacrifice everything to achieve the expectations from the people around them. In Alice Pung's anthology Growing up Asians in Australia, the narrator Sunil Badami reflects his identity problems in Stays and Pebbles and Such-like. " Neil seemed to suit their mouths better, and i also could think their acceptance at the efforts I was making to fit in. вЂќSunil left behind his name which is seen as his identity of being an American indian rather than a great Australian. This clearly revealed that people are able to sacrifice anything even all their name to create them to be more similar to the people around them. Mainly because differences in individuals is propagation ground pertaining to discrimination, which usually would very easily make people being isolated and bullied. Therefore , people will do anything to achieve the acceptances from the others not merely for the sense of belonging but also in order to shield themselves.
Even though we would sacrifice anything to accomplish acceptance via others, we need to be clear that change of appearance, different languages or titles does not mean as being a fresh person. I have colored my hair, but I'm still " meвЂќ, simply a different " meвЂќ, for our whole life, we could never escape coming from who we really are, since the circumstances about us just describes us, it under no circumstances define all of us, we could fit in more than one group and understand different aspects