Sat Sli Akal, Thank you for your attentions, I'm Japanese postgraduate student who studies about the lives among Sikh migrants in England. I'm now doing a few interviews with the Sikh in Japan. And I'm going to go to Birmingham this summer to study for 1 year. My question is: Why did you choose your Gurudwara? In Japan, because of the lack of Gurudwara(Only two or three Gurudwara in Japan), people have no choice to decide which Gurudwara they go. However, when you have a few Gurudwara to choose in your neighbor, what makes you decide to choose one of them? What is the most important factor for the Sikhs when you choose your Gurudwara? Just the distance from your house? The members who are belong to the Gurudwara? Or the other traits? (which have the same hometown member, or the same caste, or the other factors...etc and I do know that originally Sikhism abolishes the caste system customs.) I'd like you to answer that question by not only your faith , but also by your actual experience because I really want to know the real lives... Thank you for your support. Satoko, Japan P.S. I'm sorry but I'm not Sikh but I'm into Sintoism, but I' really love your faith and your hardworking ideal.