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    Global Disease Paper

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    contagious, spreads quickly and easily between domestic and wild birds, and it often infects humans, though it is not passed on between humans. Avian influenza A (H5N1) was first reported to infect a human in 1997 in Hong Kong; 6 additional confirmed and 2 possible cases were reported in Hong Kong during the subsequent 7 months and ultimately resulted in a total of 18 cases with 6 deaths. The symptoms of an avian influenza are flu-like symptoms, such as cough, diarrhea, fever, muscle aches and…

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    2 Million Minutes Analysis

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    From the two documentaries 'Secondary School' and '2 Million Minutes', we can get a glimpse of education in United States, China, India and Hong Kong. From different countries' differences in terms of education, some societal differences between these countries can be identified. The manifested societal difference between U.S. and Asian countries like China and India would be that education in United States put more emphasis and effort on shaping students into responsible citizens. As shown in…

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    In the Dennis Gilbert and Joseph Kahl’s model of social class, there are couple of criteria classify people into different social class ladders, such as the Capitalist, Upper Middle Social Class and Working Poor. Usually the model will judge the people through looking on their family income, occupation of family member hold and their education level. Under the model, I believe that my family belongs to the Upper Middle Social Class. It is mainly because my family income is above $125,000, but…

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    vibrant one is by University, Spadina, Queen and College. During the day, fresh and exotic vegetables line the sidewalks around the intersection of Spadina and Dundas, the area’s core while at night, the bright yellow and red lights are reminiscent of Hong Kong. Picturesque, adjacent Kensington Market is of ten associated with Chinatown. The…

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    vibrant one is by University, Spadina, Queen and College. During the day, fresh and exotic vegatables line the sidewalks around the intersection of Spadina and Dundas, the area’s core while at night, the bright yellow and red lights are reminiscent of Hong Kong. Picturesque, adjacent Kensington Market is of ten associated with Chinatown. The…

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    Part A Nicholas Tse Ting Fung, who is a famous Hong Kong singer, composer, actor and businessman, is the son of 1950’s Hong Kong well-known actor and actress, namely Patrick Tse Yin and Deborah Dik. Nicholas was born to be under the spotlight and being chased for shooting daily life photos because of his parents. According to the HK Magazine interview, Nicholas recalled that he hated doing “Kung Hei Fat Choi” for the family photo shooting in Chinese New Year when he was a child. He was even…

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    10 years ago, I was immigrated to the United States. My first impression of the United states was a fun and energies country because of the New York style movie always appear in my brain. Yet, the city I was staying is in California - San Jose. The surrounding people mostly are Mexican, Chinese, and Indian, that not the New York style Imaged. After few years college life, I found out my passion because of the place of California has changed my environmental protection sense. Recycling, solar…

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    Americans have two explanations that are cultural and structural explanations. The cultural explanation mentions about how the cultures cause the high academic achievement of Chinese Americans. For instance, the culture of afterschool tutoring in Hong Kong helped many Chinese to achieve high educational achievement. On the other hand, the structural explanation mentions about how the family background or racial stereotype causes the high academic achievement of Chinese Americans. For instance,…

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    Bruce Lee's Jeet Kun Do

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    Martial arts training under Sifu Yip Man taught him Wing Chun Kung Fu for 5 years. When Bruce Lee was a teenager he was angered by the British students about his Chinese background. One month before the movie premiere of Enter The Dragon he died in Hong Kong at the age of 32. The cause of his death is brain edema. He took painkillers for his back injury. Bruce had extremely low level of body fat just 1%.Bruce Lee’s book called Jeet Kun Do was published in 1975.…

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    Pinocchio, and Bambi just to name a few. He founded many theme parks such as Disneyland in Anaheim, California, Walt Disneyworld in Orlando, Florida, Disneyland Tokyo in Tokyo, Japan, Disneyland Paris in Paris, France, Disneyland Hong Kong in Lantau Island, Hong Kong, and Disneyland Shanghai in Shanghai, China. The Walt Disney company has many stores around the country where you can buy anything from clothing to dolls to costumes. Do you want to learn more fun facts about Walt Disney? If so keep…

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