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  • Racial Group Analysis: Japanese Immigrants

    I have chosen the Japanese for my racial group analysis. I chose them for the sole reason that they are the fewest Asian group in number here in the U.S. The history of Japanese immigrants is not so different from other immigrants such as the Chinese. There are some well known stereotypes and racial slurs about the Japanese that are, in fact, quite absurd. While there aren’t many Japanese Americans, compared to other Asian groups, they still have a large impact in our society. Japan…

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  • Miley Case Study Answers

    Final Case Summary I learned a lot about Miley over the two months that we worked together, but I learned about the things she likes through our interest survey. One thing that Miley really likes is winter, and she drew a snowman for me on her interest survey. She also told me that her favorite subject was the park, which I believe means recess. She really likes the televisions shows Mutt n’ Stuff, Wendy, and the Lion Guard (which is a spin-off of Lion King). Her favorite book is Tap Tap Bang…

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  • Teriyaki Sauce

    Introduction and Popularization of Teriyaki Sauce in United States from the 1940s to 1990s “Te ri(照り)” means light, glowing and shining, and “Ya ki(焼き)” means a way of cook and grill in Japanese (Trang 87). Teriyaki is a direct translation of the word “Teriyaki” in Japanese. Teriyaki is used as a traditional Japanese cooking style that involves grilling food with a special sauce called Teriyaki sauce. Teriyaki sauce are familiar to most people in the world, including Americans. Many people…

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  • Dorinne Kondo Crafting Selves Analysis

    titled “On Being A Conceptual Anomaly”. Dorinne Kondo is a Japanese American Professor who research in Tokyo, but due to her place of work not being move-in ready,she was offered to stay with native Japanese family in which developed a struggle of her identity as a Japanese American and her own view of her identity. Ms. Kondo’s research which explores the strict lifestyle within the Japanese community and discrimination against Japanese Americans. This excerpt also…

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  • Hotel On The Corner Of Bitter And Sweet

    is between Henry and Keiko. Although Keiko is of Japanese descent, Henry…

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  • Snow Falling On Cedars Book Report

    I feel bad for those who are being judged, treated based on their skin color, their culture as well as their ethnicity. I know that the majority of the people treat them nicely, but there are still some people who don’t understand this. We’re human and the things that make us human are that we have different languages, different cultures, ethnicity, skin colors and so on. We’re unique to one another. We’re living on the same planet, the same type of atmosphere, breathing the same air. Why can’t…

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  • Restaurant Analysis

    It was our last night in Tokyo. As much as I was sad to leave this intriguing city, I was excited to try one of the best sushi restaurants in the city. The trip ended with one of the most memorable meals of my life. The restaurant was tucked in a tangle of alleyways in a quiet, residential area of Tokyo. Small, welcoming and clean: the restaurant’s exterior represented the delicate and exquisite food that we were about to taste. Two elderly chefs, who were behind the counter, were filleting a…

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  • Analysis Of Make It New By Ezra Pound

    Poetry is the abundance of life and the most incarnate of languages we use, expressing ourselves in a free and unrestricted form — this is what Ezra Pound means by “Make It New.” However, to create something fresh and unique, we need to look back into the past in order to know what rules and conventions to smash. Pound, T. S. Eliot, W. H. Auden along with many others are the pioneers of the Modernist era, innovating free verse, intellectual statements, and universal human significance. In this…

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  • Kakinomoto Hitomaro Analysis

    Death is a part of life. For as long as someone can live, they can die just as quickly. The reality of death has been portrayed through multiple mediums in various cultures but poetry seems to address it quite often. One poet: Kakinomoto Hitomaro, wrote about the life and death of his wife with frightening emotion. Hitomaro lived in Japan during the 8th century and “his elegy on his first wife is among the most touching poems in any language” (Barnstone 461). Although Hitomaro’s poem is…

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  • How To Write An Essay About My First Day In High School

    Spring has arrived and so has the beginnings of a new school year, seeing the same faces just months ago, but everyone has somehow changed, even if only a little. I left my home this morning expecting nothing out of the usual, though I left earlier so I could take my time watching the cherry blossoms before the day began. As I was walking to school I forgot how beautiful the sakura were. I always hated walking up this ridiculous hill every day but, the rows of sakura made it a little easier to…

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