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    to find her ethnic and her voice she started to write fiction books”. Fish Cheeks is a story that Tan wrote about the time when her parents (not knowing that she was in love with the minister son) invited the minister family for Chinese Christmas Eve. She worried a lot because she didn’t know what Robert will think about her Chinese culture. When having dinner Tan was in silence feeling shame about her family and culture food. “At the end of the dinner her mother told Tan that she knew that she wanted to be like the other American girls,…

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    Traditions that should be saved for future generations should be Christmas, Rosca de los Reyes, and the day of the dead, because some would teach how to share and others how to give and have fun with the family/ socialize with their future relatives. Christmas would be one because it could teach the kids of the next generation how to give. The children will be taught how to give the people in need, it would also be good to be grateful for what they’ve received, and how to share their gifts with…

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    For this final lab, I decided to interview my mother. I thought this would be a great opportunity to learn a little more about the Latino and Salvadorian culture. I asked my mother about traditions that are celebrated in El Salvador, the types foods that are served, housing, and more. Through the things that I would learn through the interview, I was able to point out differences between the Salvadoran and American cultures. This final lab also allowed me to analyze how I will use my Spanish and…

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    Christmas is certainly a popular celebration in terms of cultural and social significance. For Christian, Christmas is a sacred religious holiday as they celebrated the birth of Jesus Christ. People around the world have been observing the traditions and practices in both religious and secular. Common Christmas customs includes exchanging gifts, decorating Christmas tree, attending mass, sharing meals with family and friends and of course waiting for Santa Claus to give out gifts. How do you…

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    ready and excited for the yuletide season. Every house worldwide is decorated with fabulous and glittery ornaments, bright and brilliant lights, and enchanting Christmas trees, huge or small. Everyone can already feel the Christmas Holiday spirit rushing and the December breeze caressing their cheeks. We are in that special season once again, a season of joy, of peace, of great tidings. A season when we celebrate the birth of Christ the King, the redeemer of mankind! Each individual has…

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    Medieval Christmas (Intro) Most holidays during the medieval period were determined by the Church including Christmas. Christmas in medieval England was very different to modern day Christmas. It was the church that ensured that it was celebrated as s true religious holiday instead of just being a simple feast for peasants to enjoy themselves. Medieval Christmas History There was no established imperial religion until the birth of Christianity. When Christianity took over the empire, the church…

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    The Meaning Of Christmas

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    Christmas carols, bargain deals, peppermints and gumdrops, shining lights hanging from house to house, snow and canceled school days, and food that could last as leftovers until Valentine’s day: the most wonderful time of year for millions across our nation. Christmas has evolved over many of years and the traditions have remained in and out of time for families and passed down from generation to generation. Families celebrating and expressing beliefs, personal “meanings” or thoughts that come…

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    Christmas was Amber’s favorite holiday. She loved everything about it, the movies, family time, eating food and Christmas desserts, opening presents,everything. My Mom would always invite all the family over to their home. Cousins, uncles, aunts, even friends that she was close with. She just loved to see her house full of smiles after my Father had passed. I was a totally different person, yes I love Christmas but having so many people over was just a little overwhelming. I would rather watch…

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    American and Hispanic holidays, although different, are all based upon their country’s culture. Some major holidays, like All Saints Day, Easter, and Christmas, and some small celebrations such as birthdays, are celebrated in both countries. They are celebrated differently, but the meaning of the holidays are the same. The Day of the Dead is another name for the Catholic holiday, All Saints’ Day. All Saints’ Day is a holiday celebrated by the Catholic Church on November 1. People decorate the…

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    Goodness of the Grinch What is true goodness? Are you born with it, or do you have to change yourself to be good? How much is related to the environment that surrounds you? An example of refinding goodness is the story of the Grinch. He started off as a good “person,” later changed when he had had enough of the teasing just because of how he looked, and later managed to rediscover the good he had in him from the beginning. This is his story. In the beginning of the Grinch’s story, he…

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