After the tour ended, Mei went around town with her older cousin. She wasn't upset that she was ignored. She was furious at the remarks and sneers made.
Yea. John stared me from my head to my toes and brushed me aside.
Did you notice that the guides talked to every student individually while walking, and looked past you and I.
Who the heck calls Asians "chinks" now days!? It's 2018! DYLAN WAS SNAPCHATTING ME AND PUT HIS CAPTION AS "wow I've never seen one of them in person."
...yea that's quite bad.
Sadly, many people are like that Mei. They're too shallow to notice that God created everyone equally, but also created us in his likeliness, making us all unique. To them, we're outsiders. We've lived in a state where everyone is diverse, but you're in the middle of Oregon right now. Things are different.
at least I know where NOT to apply now..
As Mei finished recalling her traumatizing college tour, she learned an important lesson in life.
You can't change who you are. You can't change how people look at you. But you can change how you react and your mindset.