\"Honestly, I feel Armenian whenever I see, hear or eat anything remotely connected to Armenia, even if it\'s not Armenia itself. If I see a Lebanese restaurant, hear Farsi being spoken on the street or watch an Indian film, it all makes me feel Armenian. It sounds a bit absurd, I know. It just feels like Armenia or my Armenian-ness is part of this greater community of the Middle East or The Old Country or what have you. It doesn\'t take just Armenia to make me feel Armenian. I guess the best way to describe it is community.\"
-Liana Aghajanian (born in Iran, now living in Los Angeles)