When I arrived in Britain, I became aware that favouritism takes place in a very disgusting form: racism. I’m not trying to say that only people of my race experience racism here. However, as a Chinese person – “one of the Chinese” as they say – I can see first-hand how differently we are treated.
Hey there beautiful people :) I’m quite a positive girl but sometimes I really can’t forget how some people have hurt me. They have been trying very hard to make me fall. It’s really hard to ignore what they do because it’s not just one person but a group of people.
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