During the 19th century the United States is a nation of immigration, majority immigrants came to America to pursuit a greater economic while some came to freedom. Today, majority migrants come from Asia. According to the Asian American voices, majority Asian immigration doesn’t speak English when they arrived and adopted English speakers always show signs of ancestry. The admirable migrants in this group are Asian speakers with a large enough number to maintain their ancestral language together with English in some American communities. Consequently, Asian is not new immigrants to the United States, in the chapter 12, Huebner and Uyechi describe the struggles that Asian immigrants face in learning and speaking English; a part of language in the negotiation identities in multiculturalism and generations, the racial discrimination and language discrimination in the land of freedom.The Asian American voices chapter describes the history of contact and migration Asians from the beginning, before Columbus is the current compass in the Pacific and throughout Asia. Although Asian Americans are familiar, but this chapter will emphasize the fact that Asian Americans consists of community members, multifaceted analysis first and second wave of Asian immigrants and immigrants in Hawaii, and Asians in mainland, different originating countries and languages. The covers a wide variety of diverse communities where the language family is a member of multiple families, including Chinese, Austro-Asiatic, Sino-Tibetan, Indo- European, Austronesian, and beyond Japanese and Korean, commonly known languages that have family members involved. The Asian American community is very diverse bonded bond in English.The United States is attracting many immigrants from various corners of the world. Unfortunately, these immigrants were targeted by anti-immigrant to race, color, and language. Children of the immigrant’s community were seen as the weak target of the bully. Therefore, it is struggle for immigrants to know how to deal with bully effectively because they unable speak English. Undeniably, I was immigrant to the United States on summer 2005, living on a daily basis without being able to speak and understand English. I was upset and kept asking questions about how I learned and speaking English. Several immigrant friends that I have spoken, it feels the same way. No matter how long we lived here still face the problem of expressing our English.Unforgettable experience my freshman year, I had a classmate named Honey Vang. Every assignment Mrs. Lam needed some Hmong student to translate for me, made sure I understand what they were doing and I wasn’t behind. Pheng Yang always translates for me, unlucky him wasn’t come to the class that day. During the assignment Mrs. Lam spoke to me but I don’t get what she said. Then I heard Mrs. Lam asked Honey to translate Hmong for me, she rejected it because she said she wasn’t Hmong. So she can’t explanation the assignment as a Hmong language for me. Mrs. Lam asked why her last name is Vang, so she wasn’t Hmong. She answer Mrs. Lam that her last name Vang, but she was Chinese. I don’t have all what they was conversation, but I understand what they are spoken about. In fact, she was Hmong; I know it’s not a big deal that she rejects me because I was immigrant. But she forgot who she was, where her parents are belonging to.I got away from people at school because when I speak to them, they made fun my English. I was hiding the pain inside, so they don’t bother me, it’s my strong accent. I understand when they said, but I still can’t talk back. Indeed, I was the victimized that other children are learning to anti-immigrant. What motivates them to hate others because we all speak different languages? After that I came to school I don’t feel safe, I’m the most racist of jokes and mockery. And all I have pushed it down. I pushed my feelings down day-by-day, laughing with their jokes, pretending everything was fine, when they saw me and I just pushed through. If I was born a white guy, guess I don’t have to deal with English; I don’t have to be an immigrant. Even living in this country for a short time, I blend my native language with American English. Sometimes it is difficult for the listener to understand what I try to communicated with. I have nowhere, there’s no point trying to change my English.In addition, majority immigrants who learned to speak English; it ends up with mechanical and foreign sounds. If you are pay attention to they emphasize some words in certain situations, listening comprehension to their voices and see their body language when they speak. Without intonation, your voice is smooth and unperturbed. Even if the words you are said technically perfect, your words will be confused with the native English speaker. No doubt if English is your second language, the pronunciation is incomprehensible. But you can go deeper and discover more. For example, when I flew to Minnesota, I noticed that when Americans talk, they do not move their lips just like the rest of the world. Most Americans create a throat tone using their language actively. Personally I found this to be the hardest part in my speaking English. However, all languages are varying from place to place over time; people who are speak native English don’t understand how immigrants speak English accent that happens to traditional Asian accent. Few immigrants is work hard, there is no way to speak English well. But don’t worry too much; it did not happen during the night. There is no royal road when it comes to learning speak English. But no time frame for learning English. Some immigrant’s friend I’ve met for high school and they still speak the same as they just got off the plane, because they never took it seriously. It will not be easy because of language barriers and cultural differences. English is the most beautiful language I’ve ever known, when Americans write or speak, it draw you a picture of conversation. And that’s why I’m still focused to learning this language, as every linguist will express me, the idea of speech perfect way to illusion; no one actually has an accent perfect; English is a dynamic, arbitrary, and volatile language over time.