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Ellines in North American

Updated on May 22, 2012

Property of Greek Civilization

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Are you Grecian ? Are you Greek Canadian or Greek American?

I am too!

The Greeks have left us an incredible legacy in the areas of history, science, math, philosophy, drama, theatre, Grecian mythology, etc. In a was, we are all property of ancient Greek civilizition.

I am interested in connecting with other Greeks located throughout the world. Share with me you stories of how you have kept your Greek culture intact, while at the same time adopting the best parts of the countries you have made your home. Are you a fan of Greek music and movies? How fluent are you in both Greek-English?

Greek Canadian

Greek Canadian and Proud!    Greek Canadian Products can be found at: http://www.cafepress.ca/CountryFlags/7834916
Greek Canadian and Proud! Greek Canadian Products can be found at: http://www.cafepress.ca/CountryFlags/7834916 | Source

I am also interested in gathering a list of famous (living) Greeks from around the world (excluding those living in Greece).

Here is a short list of famous Greeks (excluding any past, present or future Greek Gods) :)

Micheal Dukakis

George Stephanopoulos

Paul Tsongas

Olympia Snowe

George Micheal

Jennifer Aniston

Let me know which Greeks have made an impact in your country.

Lastly, I would like to hear funny about / share funny stories about what it was like to grow up Greek in countries where Greek was not the dominant language. How did others view and treat you? Was it hard to maintain your Grecian traditions and beliefs... did you even try?

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      De Greek 7 years ago from UK

      Hi from a fellow Greek. Just found your site :-)

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      kimberlyslyrics 6 years ago

      Just have to say I spent months in Greece alone, and nothing has ever compared to the time I had their, the people, the nudity, the se, the food, the color of the water, the view, the white homes with color everything, sea salt, did I say the sex? The Islands

      Beautiful paradise

      Thanks Greek

      Kimberly

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      Greek One 6 years ago

      sea salt and sex can be a painful combination :)

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      Tony 6 years ago from At the Gemba

      I am not Greek, however it looks like all of us from the rest of europe are now going to be investing in greece...

      Maybe I should go see where the tax (that i don't pay..lol) is going to be spent..

      I will avoid the sea salt...

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      klarawieck 6 years ago

      I'm not Greek, but my favorite singer is Greek. I love Greek music.

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      Laurel Rogers 6 years ago from Bishop, Ca

      Well, Greek One, my hubby, Anthony Kutsoginis, has a HUGE impact on me, so...

      We don't know much about Canada, however! :)

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      Greek One 6 years ago

      Stay away from the Greece... we are too handsome to be trusted :)

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      Laurel Rogers 6 years ago from Bishop, Ca

      Too late now...it's been 22 years!

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      Helenee 6 years ago

      Well, I am a Greek living in Athens, Greece...

      but I have to tell you...

      it is difficult to keep one's greek identity intact, even when living in his/her own country...

      older people are leaving one by one and the younger ones have been misleaded into believing that they should reject their "provincial" ways and be more... international!!!

      The urban pull is getting stronger and, on top of everything, the country is facing the international economic vultures and now Greeks are once again emigrating to make a decent living...

      Einai megalo krima. (Krima means crime, you know)

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