I read Moana’s response, I agree with that child of multiracial families face struggles that most Americans do not. For example, most multiracial children do not know how to identify themselves if they are not raised in a particular race. So they may feel lonely in that environment. After I get into the USF. Some times I will feel lonely as well. That is really common. All my classmate in Public speaking are Americans, so when we have group discussion work. I feel really embarrassed at the beginning because we have different race, religion, culture. So We have no common language. However, as I keep Further contact with America’s culture. My culture and American culture are interwoven. So I felt a little strange about the culture when I came back to China.