MEXICAN: What we really miss about our country...

  We start to miss the food, and our family, our customs with our family. I miss most my mother and my father and my brothers. For example, when I arrive from the school, I have somebody to kiss in her cheek or kiss to my father in his cheek. I don't have anybody like that here in Canada. You can do it with your host mother! My host mother! Well, here in Canada they don't used to do that! Like Marco said, what I miss the most from my country is my family, my friends, and the food; and even if I speak the language well, I'm going to still have the same feelings; the language won't help me to stop missing my family, or... : I think it is the difference of cultures. Norma and Marco, two
Mexican students

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