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The Michigan Daily - Monday, February 6, 2006 - 7A

DIVORCE
Continued from page 1A
from their clashing priorities, she said.
Twenty-four years later, with the encour-
agement of her son, she filed for divorce.
Soon after, most of her friends began to
shun her and sympathized with her husband.
"They started a rumor that I'm having an
affair," Shah said.
Her son didn't receive much support from
his Indian friends.
"Ninety-five percent of my Indian friends
never mentioned it," he said. "These types of
situations make you realize who your friends
are."
He added that his American friends were
the opposite - nearly all offered their sup-
port.
Shyam Shah said he still supports his
mother's choice.
"When it comes to the question of hap-
piness, that shouldn't be compromised," he
said.
But when his mother went back to India to
visit, her reception was ironically warm and
welcoming.
Shyam Shah attributed the welcome to
"Americanization and modernity" in India.

"(Most Indian immigrants) came here in
the '70s, '80s and early '90s," Gita Shah
said. "We still have that old frame of mind
of India and the culture. People in India have
moved on and adopted changes."
After the workshop, the attendees divided
into groups and discussed divorce.
Many students in the groups said expec-
tations for women are getting higher. South
Asian women are expected to have a good
education and a successful career.
They also said some South Asian women
have a tendency to gossip about each other.
LSA freshman Tasha Vardya said the
stigma of divorce still exists in the current
generation.
"It's still going to be taboo," Vardya said.
"It's hard to completely get rid of that. We
were raised by our parents."
She said that because American society
views South Asians as giving a lot of impor-
tance to family values and respect for elders,
divorce is out of the ordinary.
But Shyam Shah said divorces will slowly
become more accepted.
His mother said she doesn't believe divorce
is always the best option.
"But if it happens, there's nothing wrong
with it," she said. "We should all be support-
ive."

ADOPTED
Continued from page 1A
Students from Crossing Borders set up a
makeshift Vietnamese marketplace in the
elementary school, including projections
of landscapes, colorful costumes and a
house adorned with traditional Vietnamese
decorations.
Duong and other members handed out
branches of Hao Mai, a yellow flower that
symbolizes hope in Vietnamese culture.
In the middle of the gym, the students
and children danced and played Vietnam-
ese games. Around the perimeter, students
helped children make emperor hats, write
characters in Chinese and learn how to
pronounce their names in Vietnamese.

Dylan Williams, an adopted Vietnamese
child, said he enjoyed the celebration. He
said he loved the games and crafts.
Marie Lowry, from Redford, came with
her daughters Adele, who is from Vietnam-
ese, and Claire, whom she adopted from
China. She said the festivals have helped
her daughters develop a sense of their
native identities.
"They like talking about what they did
(at the festival), because it gives them some
status at the school," Lowry said. "They
have a lot of pride, and they feel they
belong somewhere."
She said the student facilitators provide
role models for her daughters and other
children to learn what it's like to be Asian
Americans.
"We like to get them excited about iden-

tifying as Vietnamese, that it's a unique
and positive experience, and not just being
different from their peers," she said.
Through these festivals and online
information exchange, Song said Mam
Non hopes to educate parents about basic
Vietnamese-American history, stereotypes
and how to facilitate their children's expe-
riences in connecting with the local Asian
American community.
LSA junior Theresa Tran, Vietnamese
Students Association co-chair, said she
enjoys coming to the annual celebration
because of the children's curiosity about
Vietnamese culture.
"They ask questions like, 'You've been
to Vietnam? What it's like over there?' "
she said. "It's always really funny to talk
to them."

COACHES
Continued from page 1A
their opening for the linebackers' coach position. There have been
no reports that he was offered the job.
Carr said he doesn't resent his coaches moving on to coach
professional teams.
"You always like to see people do things that are conducive

to their careers that they really want to do," the coach said.
"They're good men and they're outstanding coaches."
Carr said he considers the loss of coaches to the professional
ranks a necessary by product of having a talented and competitive
coaching staff.
"There will be a number of them that will have opportu-
nities to coach in the NFL," Carr said. "When they choose
to do that, I'm happy for them if that's what they want to
pursue."

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For Monday, Feb. 6, 2006
ARIES
(March 21 to April 19)
Conversations with others are illumi-
nating and exciting. You might
encounter entirely new beli'efs that blow
your mind. (You love pioneering fresh
territory and new thoughts.)
TAURUS
(April 20 to May 20)
Lots of new information is coming at
you today. And it's not trivial stuff!
You're so excited about something you
want to tell others how you feel.
GEMINI
(May 21 to June 20)
This is an exciting day for you because
you adore learning new things. (Bright,
shiny objects intrigue you.) People from
other cultures and different backgrounds
will teach you something today.
CANCER
(June 21 to July 22)
This is a great day to do any kind of
research. You're determined to get to the
bottom of something. You want the
truth!
LEO
(July 23 to Aug. 22)
Conversations with others are reveal-
ing in a profound way. You could meet
someone who actually changes the way
you think. Possibly, you'll do this for
someone else.
VIRGO

SCORPIO
(Oct. 23 to Nov. 21)
Family secrets might surface today.
One thing is certain: Conversations with
family members will reveal deep truths.
SAGITTARIUS
(Nov. 22 to Dec. 21)
You might get hung up on a particular
idea today. It could make you want to
sell, influence or propagandize your
beliefs. Shouting doesn't make people
hear you any better.
CAPRICORN
(Dec. 22 to Jan. 19)
You feel almost compulsive about
wanting to buy something today. You're
obsessed! This is not how you like to
handle your money. Think twice before
you act.
AQUARIUS
(Jan. 20 to Feb. 18)
This is a good time to begin any new
kind of adventure, especially if it is hid-
den or covert in any way. You're very
preoccupied or fascinated by something.
You're like dog with a bone.
PISCES
(Feb. 19 to March 20)
Your ability to ferret out the truth of
the situation is phenomenal today. It's as
if you have X-ray vision. Go after any-
thing you want to know more about.
YOU BORN TODAY You're
extremely well-liked by those who know
you. You have great people skills. (You

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