• Hi! Ceming ,
    I like your poem. It’s so fantasy and romance.


  • Dear Maria,
    I am interesting in your neighborhood your post because I never go to the GRAVESEND that why I should look go around in Brooklyn.
    One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is: “my family they become good friends because my neighbor speak Urdu and my family too so is easy to communicate with them. ” I think this is good because EG-…[Read more]

  • My name is May. I’m from Burma. I lived in Woodside Ave near Jackson Heights. It has many traditional food shops and stores. Also have many 99$. And then near the subway station and bus stop. Jackson Heights S

    • Dear May

      I am so excited by about with your write, “Some interesting places in Jackson Heights,” because you like something’s is close to your house That is wonderful, but if their traffic is gonna be a disturbance, One sentence you wrote that stands out for me is “Jackson Heights station has many trains, R, M, E, F, and 7 trains.”I think this is helpful because wherever you want to go is gonna be easy for you. your are lucky and take care.

      Your post is amazing reminds me of something that happened to me, One time when I was in Yemen my house was next to the supermarket.

      Thanks for your writing. I look forward to seeing what you write.

  • May commented on the post, Eliezer's Story 2 years ago

    Hi! Dear Eliezer Velazquez,
    My name is May. Why do you think this was fair ..?

  • May wrote a new post, My immigrant story 2 years ago

    My name is May Myint Zu. I was born in Burma (Myanmar). Now I have been here since 2017 in New York. I’m immigrant. I’m student. I pass the grade 9 last semester. Actually in my country, I already past 9 gra

    • Lona replied 2 years ago

      Dear May,

      Thank you for sharing your immigration story.

      As an immigrant myself, your story made me remember what it feels like to leave home to make a new home in an unfamiliar place.

      I am really interested to learn more about your baking and make-up hobbies. What is your favorite thing to bake? What kind of make-up do you like doing, for example, the face, eyes or something else?

      I look forward to reading more of your posts on Youth Voices.



    • Hi May

      Thank you for sharing your story. I would like to know what you think about the class situation here in America. We have a class structure as well; and I would like to know if you think we should strive to remove the class differences or change anything about it here in the US.

      Also, I too love make up and read many beauty magazines and view youtube.com tutorials on how to do certain make-up tricks. But it makes me sad how some women are not only interested in make-up but think that their beauty depends on make-up. What do you think about how society puts pressure on women to be “beautiful” or at least the media’s definition of “beautiful”?

      I long forward to reading your thoughts.


  • May became a registered member 2 years ago