Soon I realizes that many people even outside the asian culture have once in their lives heard of egg rolls and assume that every asian person likes to eat them. Whenever there are parties for anything like school's the teachers will always ask us to make egg rolls for the party, never spaghetti or rice and beans. Generally that's what people think, and come to accept that as a fact. later that day I was complianing to my non-asian friends and their reactions was shock. Surprise!! They asked me, why in the world I don't and am I not asian. For two seconds that made me questioned that as well, but then I realize that I am my own individual and I don't have to live to everyone's else assumption or expectation because of my race.
I now recogize that people will assume certain things "to be the way" based on what they believe or see to be the way things are perceived. In conclusion, my topic was referring to how people expect certain things from people because of their race. This can be true for other reasons, like for people who graduated high school or didn't. People will assume people who graduate will succeed in life, rather than those who didn't graduate.