Juan De Dios: Si gracias, I agree that sometimes when people find out where you're from they feel superior to you, especially if they're from a country on the same side of ocean as México. Not all people of course have this "I'm from..." superiority sense obviously but it seems to me that a lot do. For me borders just create more discrimination and hatred in humanity so I don't judge people solely on where they're from, too many people do that and look at where we're at nowadays as humans. Plus I've gotten to know really nice and cool people from all around the world as Germany is big tourist attraction so I don't see any real reason to judge an entire population of people just because a certain number of people from their country might not be good people, can't judge an entire country based on what the media says in my opinion I personally think you should get to know the people personally before you judge them because anyone has the ability to be good or bad no matter where in this world they're from, they could be from some small island so removed from society and still be a good person. Yes many people from all over the world have visited us here in Germany some live with us now, some are open to our culture and are willing to give it a try and others come with a preconceived notion of us from school and media reports. But I like to give everyone a chance and welcome them when they come to Germany, and if they want to join us in our Tag der Deutschen Einheit celebration then they're more than welcome to in my opinion. I don't think that day should be reserved to just us natives of Germany it can be anyone who's here that celebrates it if they like. Y de nada amigo, gracias por el responder. Sorry if my Spanish is a little off, there are some things I get mixed up.