Ravi has been living in Italy for not such a long time: not even two years.
He works as a manager for a hi-tech factory, in Italy, so that’s why he moved here.
He already knows he won’t stay here forever, but he’s enjoying his stay so far.
It’s good to see how hard working people actually CAN be successful here.
Even when they move from another country.
So far he doesn’t know many italian people, and hangs up mostly with the other indian people he has met here. Which is something I definitely can understand, as I also met all the italians in town when I was living in Holland, and I know it isn’t extremely easy to get along with the local population, for how friendly they can treat you on the surface (even tough I bet that italians are much *warmer* than dutch people in their “welcomes”).
His kids had loads of fun playing with mine, today, and we (the grown-ups) enjoyed the conversation and the food very much.
I am one of those people that loves living in a globalized world (despite all its weirdness and the bad consequences globalization also brings): at least for this fact that you get to know people from everywhere on the globe, and exchange different ideas and experiences.
People have all sort of stories to tell, and we all have to learn from each other.