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    the same type of atmosphere indoors. Both the buildings share the same type of casual dining. Any attire can fit the occasion for visiting Bamboo. Bamboo’s theme consists of sports memorabilia and traditional Japanese décor, such as posters and signs with Japanese writing. Along with the Japanese décor, there are many sports teams merchandise plastered along the walls.…

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    Summary Chinese-Americans found themselves in the middle of racism even though they weren 't considered the enemy. The enemy being the Japanese. Many Chinese-Americans, found work hard to come by. Many Chinese-Americans even contemplated returning to their home country after being schooled so they would not have to face the racial discrimination. However, Chinese-Americans found the opportunity to find work and fight against the enemy. While the Chinese-American men and women went off to fight…

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    Although exports have risen to the United States, they have fallen to the other main trading partners, China, South Korea, Taiwan, and Hong Kong [10]. When Shinzo Abe took office in 2012, exports were at a low, roughly 4500 billion Japanese yen and while there is a lot of movement, the numbers, over time, have continued to rise. The highest ever recorded sales in Japan was 7582 billion JPY and occurred in 2008, just prior to the recession. Since that time, and especially since 2012…

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    culture, for example: arts, gastronomy, celebrations, and performing arts etc. Gastronomy is a study between food and culture. There are a lot of cuisine from different country or from the specific races such as French cuisine, Italian cuisine or Japanese cuisine while in China they can differentiate to regional cuisines such as…

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    understanding or guideline on their collection of works. With the field trips into Los Angeles the two museums, Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) and the Japanese American National Museum (JANM) both play an important role in the city. MOCA is a Museum for contemporary art, or a institutional major artwork and JANM an ethnical museum for Japanese Americans located in Little Tokyo. MOCA is a Museum set to question…

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    The topic of Week nine is the foodways of Japanese-Americans, and how they differ from Japanese traditions. To learn more about this, we were assigned four readings. The first one, “Japan: Japanese Food”, by Ayako Yoshimura explains the diffusion of Japanese foodways into America. She starts by describing how Japanese people entered the United States, which occurred when the Edo seclusion policy was nullified, allowing people to migrate in order to find work. A large percentage flocked to…

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    The Japanese culture Japan well-known as the country that obviously has a unique cultural in the world. In fact, Japanese have been taught by generations that how good their culture is and something it is only they can understand or it can call ‘’nationalism’’. The Japanese culture (customs and communication) is so involve, it is very importance to understand about their culture, their attitudes and some basic values before doing business in Japan. Owing to the Japanese culture, it is…

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    The short story, The Most Dangerous Game, written and published in 1924, by Richard Connell. In the story, a hunter named Rainsford is stranded on an island, owned by a wealthy Cossack named Zaroff. Who hunts humans, not animals. Zaroff then gives Rainsford a choice, to be hunted by Zaroff for three days, or to be killed by Zaroff’s manservant, Ivan. Rainsford chooses to be hunted by Zaroff and is given hunting gear. On the last day of the hunt, Zaroff and his dogs corner Rainsford, and…

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    I came to Japan to learn Japanese language because I thought it would be useful in the future both professionally and personally. I think learning language is linked with culture. I know that Japan is a country with ancient history and it’s very own unique culture. I really wanted to learn more about it. One of the courses that APU offers for students to learn and have first-hand experience about Japanese culture is Japanese traditional art’s class. I think this class fits me best because…

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    Off the west coast of the United States, a population of five thousand people, call San Piedro their home. Within San Piedro, the small village of Amity Harbor harbors the citizens of the novel, whose attitudes towards each other direct the plot of the story. Here, the main protagonist, Kabuo, solemnly awaits the outcome of his trail. Throughout the trail, a heavy, unexpected snowstorm blankets the town, along with the sins and mistreatments committed by the citizens. Author Michael Harris,…

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