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  • Dragon Boat Racing History

    Across the globe there are a number of barriers that separate the people who live within them. Language, religion, race, culture, and geography are just a few of these barriers. Throughout time people have seen many events that can bind some of these countries together. One constant is athletic events. Some countries are more powerful at this. Ancient Chinese sports like juedixi, dragon boat racing, and cuju are able to connect and unify many people across the globe and allow barriers to be…

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  • Gender Inequality In Amy Tan's The Joy Luck Club

    Over the past century women’s rights has changed tremendously in various factors like globalization, poverty, economics, health, violence, sexual exploitation, and culture. But, today one of the most influential existing problems that a women experience is gender inequality. In Amy Tan’s award-winning novel, The Joy Luck Club, the role of Asian women is to stay inferior to men. Research shows that women’s right issue was a major problem in China, as well as many different parts of the world.…

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  • Julius Caesar Flaws Analysis

    Everyone has flaws. Many, not just one, but many people have certain qualities, characteristics, or some traits that they may or may not be proud of. Yes, some of a persons qualities may be a little harder or more challenging to face than others but overall that is what totally completes a person, whether they choose to accept or decline it. Most of the time, a person is more than likely trying to grow out of them, trying to overcome them, or maybe even trying to battle them. Whatever they may…

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  • Chinese Culture Analysis

    1) I am Vietnamese born Chinese; therefore, Chinese culture takes some place in my family culture, including food culture. My grandfather and grandmother were born in China. In 1958, they migrated to Vietnam to develop their business in this country, so my family culture is mixing between Vietnamese and Chinese culture. Therefore, my family loves to travel to China and we also celebrate most of the Chinese holidays, such as Chinese New Year, Mid-Autumn Festival, and other celebrations. My…

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  • Pepsi Vs China Comparative Analysis Essay

    As globalization prevails, many companies venture into different countries which create high complexity for marketing as the culture elements are deeply embedded in consumer behavioural, and can cause significant misconception on the brands. A comparative analysis between Pepsi’s TV advertisements in China and the US will help to demonstrate both the differences and similarities of marketing presentation and examine the effectiveness of the market communication. By applying Hofstede’s framework…

    Words: 1904 - Pages: 8
  • Nameless Aunt Analysis

    Kingston opens her autobiography with a tale of a nameless aunt. She describes the way in which women who are impregnated out of wedlock are treated in China, in this case, utterly erased from memory. Her father 's sister committed suicide after all of the villagers in her rural Chinese village destroyed their home, taking the baby along with her. Then her name is forgotten, her line is severed, and she is denied the sacred burial rites of the Chinese. Kingston reflects on this harsh treatment…

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  • High Context Culture

    Culture is a kind of behavior between the interactions of people, groups or individual. It can be differentiating in religion, language, habits, arts and food. In this multi racial society, it is an advantages to get to understand cultural diversity. Interactive between people would help us to improve our communication in order to minimize the conflict between us and the other races. There are different elements of culture, for example: arts, gastronomy, celebrations, and performing arts etc.…

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  • Chinese Red Envelope Speech

    Introduction Attention Getter: Whenever a kid thinks of Chinese New Year, they usually only think of one thing is how much am I going to get from the Chinese Red Envelopes. Nearly every Chinese household will always have Chinese Red Envelopes near them. Revealed Object: The Chinese red envelope is used as a gift which is given during holidays or special occasions such as birthdays or graduation. Thesis Statement: Learning about the significance of the Chinese red envelope will give you a…

    Words: 884 - Pages: 4
  • Mark Antony's Tactics In Julius Caesar

    Antony’s Tactics In many stories or plays, a protagonist appears and has a scheming plan to let chaos erupt. In the play ”Julius Caesar,” Mark Antony ends up being a protagonist and has a plan to make the people of Rome develop a massive amount of hatred for the conspirators. Cassius, one of the conspirators, knew that it was not a good idea to let Antony speak at Caesar’s funeral, but no one listened. Antony uses Aristotle’s three modes of persuasion to convince the people of Rome, which are “…

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  • Thanksgiving In China

    Not one country has the same customs and cultures as another. The world is very diverse in the sense that there are so many different people that come from all over. During the interview process, I learned many things about China’s special foods, the role of women in society, family life and their educational system. The first thing that Li and I talked about is foods, because each culture has special food. Talking about the special foods in China, Li mentioned that, “they do not celebrate…

    Words: 704 - Pages: 3
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