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KienCuong Nguyen I still remember that day it was July 4 1994 Myfamily including my parents my three younger sisters and I were goingto leave Vietnam to come to the United States We had permission from theUnited States government to come over to the United States because my fatherused to work for the United States Army during the Vietnam war I wokeup about eight oclock in the morning After breakfast I dressed up andwalked around to say good-bye to my neighborhood Some of my neighborswished me a good life and a better education some told me keep in touchwith them Then I went back to my house It was full of relatives and friendsThey came to visit us for the last time and some of them would go withus to the airport My girlfriend was inside she was waiting for me Imet her one year ago and we fell in love after six months When she knewI would leave she cried a lot I took her to the balcony where we hadour privacy We sat down and then she silently cried on my shoulders Iknew she loved me very much and did not want to let me go She looked atme with tears and asked Will you come back I do not rememberhow many times she asked me this question And I always replied with theanswer Yes I will I told her After I finish schoolin America I will come back Then we went out to have lunch at arestaurant near my house When we came back everybody was ready to leavebecause my Dad wanted to get there early in case we had to do some paperworkMost of people took a bus with my parents and my sisters some had to leavebecause they had to take care of their businesses The airport was nearmy house so I decided to take a bicycle ride with my girlfriend We gotto the airport about 230 pm There were
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