Appreciate the people who make it with nothing, but don’t rely on the forces or surrounds|America has countless newcomers to poverty, but thanks to hard work and effort, they have built up huge fortunes. Those are the people that the American people respect. And they also respect the refugees who have tried to rise up in American society through business, education… They don’t envy successful people, but on the contrary admire and appreciate such people. The Vietnamese refugee is one of the successful examples that Americans admire, especially in terms of education as some Vietnamese children have obtained advanced degrees from famous American universities.|They respect personal opinions|In debates they distinguish one person’s opinion and that person’s personal opinion. Those two things are separate. Even if they don’t like your opinion, they are still your good friends. They never thought that “if you don’t agree with me, I don’t like you anymore.”|They courageously and honestly say “I don’t know” but don’t dare to ‘say it’ or ‘the whole breast covered my mouth’|Even university professors sometimes boldly answer “I don’t know” to students’ questions. They see the vast ocean of learning, no one can know all the problems even an expert. This is what I admire about Americans. They are not ashamed to admit their limited knowledge. Americans are very reserved with people who brag, act like a ‘know-all’ attitude.