Are Americans fascinated about Indians from India?
Of late I find the citizens of the United States and the U.S. Government are both showing lot of interest in India. I have a deep respect for a powerful and at the same time sensible country like the U.S. I feel that it I time that both our countries co-operate in a big way towards advancement of human freedom, science and technology.
I don't have a fascination for indians. To me I see them the same way I see all people, just another group of people. I don't see many differences in them. The only ones I have ever known personally are ones who have moved here. Most that I have known own gas stations and hotels. I have helped some with their purchases. They are just like us. They work, pay the bills, love their families, and are amazing at adapting to our country. The only big differences with some are the way the family is run and their religious beliefs, neither of which have any impact on me. I may be misinformed but I believe India is a bit behind us as far as human freedom is concerned.
As far as human freedom is concerned you are right. There are things which India has to learn form the U.S. Also there is one more thing we Indian have to learn from the U.S.; that is to be bold enough to stand for what we believe internationally.
not in the least that i know of. most people i know look at them the same as anyone from the middle east or Asia. to me they are just people in another messed up country.Chinese people are the ones a lot of people find fascinating that i've seen.
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