Profile of a Person Essay

1637 Words Oct 7th, 2012 7 Pages
Raphael Colmanette 1
Dr.McDonough 10/16
First Year Writing

Clash Of Cultures

There are a lot of people around Belmont University with different concepts, different goals, different experiences, different cultures, but most important, different methods of thinking. When I realized that I would need to write a profile of someone else, I thought it would be the easiest essay that I have ever done. Contrary to my expectations, I realized that to write someone else's profile is kind of hard, because it is not only a simple thing such as just write the entire life of the person. A lot of stuff is behind the profile of a person. When I first thought about who I should interview, I was kind of lost, because I do not know a lot of people
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Back in Bangkok they do not yell, they never honk, maybe these is the reason why he always look so peaceful, but he also realized that back in Bangkok there are no signals on the street, no speed limit, and they are more disorganized than here at the U.S. For Andrew, the huge difference that he could realize is that back in Bangkok is so crowded, with a lot of cars, traffic, people moving so fast, people everywhere, just like New York, and there in Arizona he used to live in a farm city, where everything was so slow, and the city had only a few habitants.
Since his childhood, Andrew uses to play instruments, that according to him is the thing that keeps him “alive” and moves him forward. When he was a child he was at first, used to play Mandolin, but after a while started to play the guitar, and it is his favorite instrument for sure. After a while living at Arizona, his father found a new job in Chicago, which he would earn more money and his family would have a better life, so with ten years old Andrew's Family moved to Chicago. The clash of culture again was huge. We always hear about speculations that people in the north of U.S are less friendly, less polite, less smily, and according to him, all these are true, so he said it was very hard to get used to this new environment, which was also as crowded as Bangkok.
Andrew lived in Bangkok couple years, and studied the first year of high school there, at

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