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    Cultural Migration

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    therefore, the intercultural communication for the immigrants and the people living in the place they are moving to is new. The migrants have a chance to experience the American culture. The only way I would experience their culture, in the same way they were experiencing mine, would be if I were to fly to Ethiopia and start a new life. Establishing an Ethiopian restaurant gave me a chance to experience a new culture just down the street. This authentic Ethiopian restaurant is Americanized for simply being in Tucson, and not Ethiopia. For example, people who migrated to the United States have changed the way they make their injera because of the relocation. “[Injera] A thin, round flatbread of Ethiopian origin… traditionally eaten by placing servings of accompanying dishes on top of one flatbread and breaking off pieces of another to scoop up bite sized morsels” (Injera, 2009). Since teff flour is harder to come by, because of it being almost primarily grown in Africa; people have altered the recipe to use half teff and…

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    rest I got from my parents, because they went to get her, and told me what it is was like, and showed me pictures of the things they did. Well, part of my research was that I went to an Ethiopian restaurant and an Ethiopian grocery store and talked to the owner about how to make the food, and what I would need to make the food. Then, after seeing what the food was like I started my research, and I found what I was going to make, the recipes for them, and ingredients. Around every other week I…

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    in Western nations where cultural consumers are supposed to have a variety of choice due to the economic status of these nations. Upon my arrival, I realized that the Ethiopian food found in America was limited. My family was used to eating injera, the staple food of Ethiopia. When we arrived here, we were expecting to eat it as often as we would have in Ethiopia. However, injera was difficult to find. My mother traveled one hour in order to find an Ethiopian store. To our disappointment, the…

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    Interview With Shewit

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    I also learned that it can be extremely different such as in the Indian culture where spiciness levels in their dishes are a huge component. When it comes to the both of them thought they have some major similarities such as they celebrate fasting and have certain dishes in which they use for special occasions or celebrations. Another similarity involves both of them praying before eat meal in their traditional cultures of course. The only difference between these two cultures that I found with…

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    research leads to individual soldier training on cultural sensitivity, and aids the soldiers when interacting with the local populace. The Ethiopian people have rich and diverse culture. A strong part of any culture is the music enjoyed and played by the people. In the communities, music plays a large role in social events and entertainment. Traditional folk instruments and music played at family and social gatherings. Although traditional music is still present in the country, there is a…

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    Meta Title: Best-Tasting Ethiopian Restaurant in San Jose, CA | Mudai Restaurant Meta Description: Check out the best-tasting Ethiopian restaurant in San Jose, CA! Mudai Restaurant is located in 503 West San Carlos Street. Come and visit us today! Meta Tags: ethiopian cuisine, ethiopian food, mudai restaurant, injera Template: Geometric --------------------- Navbar Mudai Restaurant (408) 292-2282 Who We Are Our Services Contact --------------------- Landing page Best-Tasting…

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    Sorghum Flour

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    naturally gluten free and is milled from sorghum grain, a genus of numerous species of grasses which is a drought and heat tolerant cereal grain that grows tall like corn. It is sometimes called milo and in India it is also known as jowar. Sorghum is an ancient grain and it has been consumed for thousands of years. Traditionally, sorghum is used for human food in Africa, India, and in some other parts of the world. Because sorghum is an incomplete source of protein lysine, an important essential…

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    made of clay. There was not any roads cars can go through, in fact people rarely see cars. It was not urbanized as my new home Houston. Houston was full of tall buildings that can touch the sky. The roads were full of highways, traffic lights, and many cars! There were a lot of apartments as well as magnificent houses. However, apartments and beautiful houses did not exist in Tsorona. The moment I arrived to the United States of America, every day was a new adventure. I discovered new…

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    Gniddew Traditions

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    household appliance or at least $20 as a wedding gift. I arrived at the celebration in my traditional outfit and with a fifty-dollar bill inside my purse. I noticed even though I was an hour late many of the guests had still not arrived. While waiting, I took a tour of the venue. It was like an anthill, full of workers trying to fulfil their tasks. People were working on delivering the food safely, setting up the throne-like chair, and so on. The venue itself was big and meant to hold a maximum…

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    Since Ethiopians migrated to other countries, Ethiopian food has become increasingly popular. For instance, injera, a flatbread made from a grain called teff grown in the highlands of Ethiopia and Eritrea, is well-liked among gluten-free people. By sharing their cultures, people in host countries gain more knowledge about different ways of life. Singapore would not be an interesting multi-cultural society if immigration had not occurred. Celebrating different festivals, such as Chinese New Year…

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