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Asia Xiong was one who liked to keep to herself she disliked the constant pointless disputes of people and she was one who cherished her friends she was one to sacrifice her happiness just to see a smile on anothers face she was also a very strong girl but unfortunately she was only physically strong her parents had loved her but they were not able to fully show it in the way that she had needed them to with their culture and life times of what they were taught passed from one ancestor to another their way of love was a harsh kind it was rare to show compassion and clemency in her culture one is often put down disregarded and shamed unless otherwise proven that they are capable and strong one will not simply be respected just for having the same bloodline as the others being so young and in the amidst of a culture clash she was confused with the affection her fellow peers received from their parents and the scathing words given to her by her own parents she was the disregarded child and because she was older so much laid upon her shoulders there were very few people who she could trust and after losing her favorite uncle the only person to have ever stood up for her against her familys cruel words and scrutinising stares who understood her for who she truly was and did not treat who was her saviour hero and role model to lung cancer she became even more closed off her downfall came when she could not stand to lose everything dear to her she had already lost her favorite uncle now that she lost her best friend the only person worthy of being considered a true friend she gave in and finally lost herself to the depths of her despair plummeting deeper into the dark corners of her obscured mind she
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