Nepal is a third world country with a majority of the population striving for a better life. Their belief in the caste system divided the people by their social class, and many are happy to see this system fading.
Parents are highly respected by their children as the eldest son’s main responsibility is to care for them when they are too old to take care of themselves. Relatives often stay close to each other and may even live in the same house.
Nepali learn English in schools and a little about the American ways of life. Their culture is very rich from their clothing styles to their food. Even when in America they carry out their traditions.