Who are we? an evolving sense of identity is changing the socio-political scene, writes clarence tsui. (2007, Jun 11). South China Morning Post.
Please answer the following:
What is the difference between culture and ethnicity?
Isn’t ethnicity one aspect of cultural identity? How do those in Hong Kong view themselves, though the majority are Chinese?
How might that compare to Americans who are Texans (for example)?
What are the divisive cultural identity issues here in the United States?
Does the motto, “E pluribus unum” (“one out of many”) have significance in a modern multicultural society?