Humans of KC: Around the World in the Halls of Klein Collins
Nick Molnoskey, Advertising Manager
"[America] is a little bit too fast paced. Everybody is in their own world instead of just trying to help each other out."
“I do not think I’ve kept a lot of cultural identity because I came here when I was so young and I have no family, and no Russian friends I guess you could say I believe I am the only Russian person into school, if not then there's probably just one other that I just don’t know. So I don't really get to practice any sort of culture or language.”
“The difference between the two cultures is that you got to understand that back in India, it is like a third world country. So it’s like we kind of keep hold of the old tradition. And here we are more more towards the modern ideas more modern culture.”
“I feel like sometimes there have been points where I do cross the line and for my mom like I'm not living up to the expectations and my culture expects me to be, but I feel like I finally after two years I felt I feel like I found my spot where I can like I'm identified as a Indian but also like like an NRI like a non residential Indians I'm like in America so if you like that kind of represent...