Pakistan, USA: Bridging cultures

pakistani perspective links to an article on families, and a mother-in-law from Pakistan. The author says:

When I told these stories to a class in terrorism at Wilmington College in Ohio earlier this year, the students turned their attention away from whether Osama bin Laden is hiding along the Afghanistan-Pakistan border and peppered me with questions about my marriage and everyday life. What most Americans know of Pakistan can be summed up in the images we glimpse on CNN when a bomb explodes or a government collapses.

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