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  • Aguilla Japona Research Paper

    Endangered eel: Anguilla Japonica Anguilla Japonica, most commonly known as the Japanese eel is classified as an endangered species whose habitat surrounds the coasts of Japan. Based on various credited sources, an analysis was performed in order to determine the likelihood of this eel to go extinct. Biological components and statistical data were taken into account and based on the observed results, it is logical to hypothesize that within a span of years this eel can go extinct. Nonetheless,…

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  • Frog Sashimi Research Paper

    Frog Sashimi: A bizarre dish Japanese are known for their culture in eating fresh or raw foods. Some restaurants in Tokyo, Japan want to introduce and promote fresh and unusual dishes to draw in some Japanese and tourists visiting in their place. So a video of a woman went viral because she is eating a live frog sashimi in one of the restaurant in Tokyo. Many people are against in that concept and commented harsh words but they did not realize they also killed and eat meats to satisfy their…

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  • Country Analysis Of Japan

    In March, 2011, Japan has suffered in one of the most intensive earthquakes in its history (CIA, 2016). This earthquake was killed thousands of Japanese and erased billions of dollars in assets. Again, the Japanese people are never give up to the natural catastrophe. Prime Minister ABE has worked diligently to rebuild his country by requested Japanese people need to be united and worked together during the difficult time in its history. As a result, in the December, 2012, Japan was recovered…

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  • Japanese American Interview Paper

    studying how they are understood by a certain cultural group. I chose Japanese Americans because Japan and America have very contrasting views and distinct understanding on the LGBT community in society. With this, my audience based research question was the following: how are Mitch and Cam understood by the Japanese American community? To answer the question I created, I chose to interview one of my friends, Mira. Mira is half Japanese and half French. She was born in Paris but lived most of…

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  • Matsuo Basho Analysis

    People set forth on a new journey for exploring unknowns, and a journey could always help them in knowing what they want inwardly. François Villon and Matsuo Bashō have gained tremendous inspirations while travelling/exiling, and both of them hope to be free spiritually. However, they do have various different altitudes since they are from different cultures and have different religious beliefs. But to some extent, Villon and Bashō have the same value towards death. From François Villon’s poems,…

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  • Fiji Research Paper

    Fiji Did you know that on the movie Grown Ups the movie with Adam Sandler when they are at the restaurant his son asks for a Voss or a Fiji water ? Fiji water is a fancy water from Fiji. This paper will discuss Fiji ; its main food components , delicacies , religion , and manufacturing. Fiji has many food components in their dishes here are a few of them . Coconut is used in kokodo and palusami . Fish is used in lovo , kokodo , and palusami . Rice is in madrasi masala dosa . Taro root and…

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  • Shark Clan Short Story

    When the Shark Clan leader was killed, all was well in the ocean. The criminal activity had stopped. It was an early morning in September. The water was murky. The water was cold. And my home was quiet. Only the sound of the current could be heard. Through my open window, I heard screams of another fish who had fallen into the hands of the members of the Clan. A faint, devious laughter could be heard. This was the sound of another crime, and another innocent life that was lost. Most citizens of…

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  • Essay On Shinto Religion

    far from the western concept of religion, it is a solid religious system. It offers a path to Kami for both men and women of all traditions and backgrounds, which is astounding because it can be followed by anyone. Its traditions remain present in Japanese society, and will likely serve as a religious stronghold for many years to come. I hope you understand…

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  • The Importance Of Being Asian-American

    During the 1900’s, Japan and America were at war with each other causing many Americans to join the military. Japanese citizens were classified as “enemy aliens” because of the sudden and brutal bombing of Pearl Harbor and were sent in live in remote internment camps for two years. Building upon this initial event, the novel No-No Boy reflects on the effects of the Second World War on Japanese-Americans and how their lives were challenged with the uncertainty of their identity and the reality of…

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  • No-No Boy

    The novel, No-No Boy by John Okada is about the Inability to function as either Japanese or American. The novel focuses on Ichiro, who is a twenty-five-year-old Japanese man released from prison camp and jail for refusing to join the U.S. Army. The novel is set in Post World War II and is narrated in a third-person point of view. The narrator shares the story of Ichiro, who is a first generation Japanese American. Ichiro struggles to find his place in society and after Pearl Harbor is bombed…

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