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    be, even for just a day, and her name is Fa Mulan. During her times, women were not respected in China and were only seen as wives and housekeepers. However, Mulan did not fit into either of those roles, but that did not discourage her from discovering a way to make a difference for her family and her country. She was a slim, ordinary farmer girl until her military boot camp training experience. Her story is how she courageously pretended to be a man and went to war in place for her father, proving that she is selfless and at the same time, brave. Even though General Shang found out she was a woman, Mulan still went back to the military, risking her life, just to save China. Her intelligence, courage, and determination helped her to defeat the Hun army. She, the savior of China, a selfless daughter, and a brave woman, is just the perfect heroic character. Though I may never save China from the Huns, I still aspire to be selfless, strong, and courageous like Mulan. Mulan wasn’t a regular chinese girl in her time. She is a person who really didn’t care about looks or appearance, however she has natural beauty and fair skin. Her eyes are dark chocolate brown and her hair is black. In the beginning of the story, Mulan’s mother scheduled an appointment with a matchmaker for Mulan. But before going to the…

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    Disney Gender Roles

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    She points out that Disney has made changes in attempt to recreate the princess image. For instance, an ethnic flare was added when Mulan, Pocahontas, and Aladdin came out. Merida was also added to the Disney roster to change the stereotype inferring that a princess needs a prince. By including the opposing side to the article, Bartyzel strategically wins over the “on the fence” audience. She then adds emotional appeal by incorporating articles by Peggy Orenstein and Psychotherapist Mary…

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    An Unexpected Warrior: The Legend of Hua Mulan The world knows Hua Mulan as Disney’s tough, yet pose warrior princess created in the 1990s. What most of the world does not know is that Disney based his hit movie off of the Medieval Chinese Legend: The Legend of Hua Mulan (Disney 2). Both the movie and the legend portray a strong and independent woman who dares to be a warrior. The Legend of Hua Mulan teaches its readers that breaking the barriers of society can be a good thing and that…

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    threw eggs, slaughtered the stock, smeared the blood on the walls, through chickens and when they left they broke bowls and took food. Brave Orchid tells Kingston to not let her father know she had told her because he denies her. Her mother explains “Now that you have started to menstruate, what happened to her could happen to you (The Woman Warrior, 5), her mother tells her that so Kingston does not humiliate them like her aunt did. In the chapter White Tigers, Kingston imagines herself as Fa…

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    A year later, he was one of the leading faces of England’s World Cup team. In 1998, Beckham signed a deal with Adidas, putting in almost at $13 million in endorsement deals. His popularity in tensed more when he met Victoria Adams, known as “Posh Spice” of the Spice Girls, in 1997. Beckham and Adams fell in love with each other, and had their first child, a son named Brooklyn Joseph. After they had their son, they got married in Dublin, Ireland costing right at $800,000. Later in 1999, he…

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    Stories have the power to share a message to their audience or explain the reasons why we personally see or think the things we do. Storytellers through myths or through the creation of fictional stories can show that humanity shares many of the same basic struggles and the curiosities to some of life’s greatest mysteries, such as good or evil. In both the biblical myths in Genesis and the fictional world of Tolkien’s Silmarillion there are parallels can be seen between them as individuals…

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    Life Story Free Writing Essay My first page of this writing essay I going to be about my soccer career from Middle school to senior year. 6th grade was the year I went back from playing soccer. At the time I was playing baseball but all my friends told me to stop playing baseball and to play soccer with them instead. So I did, and I played center back which is a defender I soccer and pretty much my job was to keep any of the opposing side from scoring a goal. Which was difficult because at the…

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    The two sides first met on 14 November 1967 in the final of the 1967 Quoc Khanh Cup, held in South Vietnam. Australia won the match 3-2 and secured the nation’s first honour in international football. The last meeting between the two teams, a 0-0 draw, took place on 20 July 2013, at the 2013 EAFF East Asian Cup in South Korea. Australia, who began the 2015 Asian Cup as one of the favourites, was ranked 100 in the FIFA World Rankings and tenth among AFC teams, while South Korea was Ranked 69…

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    Shunterrance Walton Mrs. Harper Comp. 1 23 Sept. 2016 A Double Life The double sports life is probably one of the best things to happen in high school. What is better than playing two of the most exciting sports in the school? Well, having those two sports at two different off seasons would be the best. More than likely, with me having an offseason is unimaginable. Playing two sports is not as miserable unless they carry on over to the next one. Do not get me wrong, I love basketball and…

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    Michelle Williams got paid less than 1% of her male co-star just because she was a woman. In the reshoot of the movie “All the money in the world”, Michelle Williams got paid less than $1,000 while Mark Wahlberg got paid about $1.5 million. Williams even admits to missing thanksgiving to work on the reshoot of the movie. “I had to break the news to my family and tell them I wasn’t going be home [for the holidays] and make alternate arrangements for them,” she told Vulture. “But everyone was so…

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