The other significant thing that has shaped my life is the class of my family. I come from a middle-class family. My parents had a chance of going to reputable schools and got well-paying jobs n the country. As a result, their well-being in society has influenced my life in a significant way. I have managed to go to good schools in the state. In the schools, I also met other children from middle-class families with the same opportunities as mine. In the school, there has been an emphasis on sports and creativity, such as drama. Most of the students participate in these activities, and the teacher keeps on telling us that sports are beneficial for our overall wellbeing. On the other hand, my parents have been insisting on learning how to manage our finances early. My parents call for accountability on how I use the little money they give me. As a result, I have learnt ways to manage money well while still in college and from my parents. On the other hand, I have managed to develop friendship within my social class. We also go out with my friends in the same social class. In fact, my girlfriend is from my parent’s friends that live in the same neighbourhood. My parent’s friends are also middle class and enjoy seeing us together. My social class has affected me in a significant big. First, I dream of making it big in society. I have also developed more friend and girlfriend within my social class. However, being an Asian, I have witnessed several forms of stereotype. One of the sign has been teasing due to my accent in class. As a result, I opt to be quiet in class than responding to teacher question as some of my fellow students laugh at me. Moreover, being a male in my race makes me unable to access some of the rights accessed by my female counterparts. In the foreword section, the author describes the situation he faced from reporting some of the incidences faced by people in New York. The author notes of challenges of ensuring people understand the problems faced by such people.