“Mr. John, I need to make some copies of keys”, that was the translated message from Nu Nu. On a rainy drippy day, her family was waiting outdoors at home for her and she had the only set of keys. As I think about this it really represents another step of enculturation. The family is growing so busy and active they have diverse schedules and responsibilities. They have moved from a laid back agrarian culture, a community with little need for locks, to a new world. Now their children go to two different schools, the father commutes two miles to work on his bicycle and the mother has occasional needs to be out helping in the Burmese community.