“If My Bullies Could See Me Now!”

July 2012
Glamour;Jul2012, Vol. 110 Issue 7, p95
An essay is presented about bullying in school in the U.S. The author shares her experience of being a student from Seoul, South Korea in an English as a Second Language (ESL) class. According to the author, she had a Vietnamese classmate named Yuk-Fong, who was being made fun by their classmates. The author states that she considered herself fortunate that she was not being bullied only to realize that she was being treated the same especially by a boy she liked.


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