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  • Portland's Japantown Community Analysis

    a safe haven for many Japanese immigrants searching for opportunities in the Pacific Northwest (Katagiri). Because Oregon was a common place for the Japanese to enter the United States, many of the immigrants chose to stay in Portland (Sakamoto). Portland’s Japantown was characterized by flourishing business, schools, and a strong sense of community. Furthermore, although Japantown was originally predominantly male community similar to Portland’s Chinatown, the Japanese started families,…

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  • Chorus Of Mushrooms Stylistic Analysis

    Hiromi Goto’s Chorus of Mushrooms is a novel based on three generations of Japanese Canadian women: Naoe, Keiko, and Muriel, who are experiencing an identity crisis. Naoe, an elder in the home, is an anguished woman who attempts to come to terms with her immigration to Canada, while Keiko, Naoe’s daughter, struggles to assimilate into the Canadian culture leaving her Japanese heritage behind. Muriel, (Naoe refers to her as Murasaki), is Keiko’s daughter who is born in Canada. Growing up,…

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  • Languages Of Another Language

    Although, other languages like ꦧꦱꦗꦮ (Javanese), 日本語(Japanese), Deutsch (German), Português (Portuguese), Italiano (Italian), فارسی (Farsi), and etc are categorized on the EGIDS ranking system as a national language “The language is used in education, work, mass media, and government at the national level”()…

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  • Dorothy Haener

    Not everyone served their country by fighting the Axis Powers on the front line. Many did their part in their hometown and Dorothy Haener was one of them. She contributed to the war effort by working in a plant and inspecting B-24 parts. Even growing up, Dorothy was exposed to the expectation that women were to aspire to marriage and raise a family while their husbands worked. She also noticed that many men thought women were inferior to them and were even lower in their eyes if they were…

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  • Picture Bride Character Analysis

    In the mid twentieth century, paying little respect to the triumph of Japan in World War I, militarization causes¬ heaps of poverty in the country. Moreover, the course of action, for a couple of families that had young ladies, was to send them to Japanese men in the United States, who had settled down there for a couple of years, and had a solid job to live, and make the young ladies their wives. The families assume that their daughters would have inconceivably enhanced lives in a more moved…

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  • Descriptive Essay: Hawaii Vacation

    Imagine waking up in the morning. You walk up to the kitchen counter and grab some breakfast. As you begin eating you dad brings in a magazine, with the other mail. You flip through the pages usual things gossip, celebrities, and designer clothes. However you keep flipping through the pages and see this beautiful resort with a beautiful view of the sunset setting behind one of the islands. Out of excitement you flip to the next page and immediately start reading the article. It says: Hawaii is…

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  • U Sushi Argumentative Essay

    broader approach to Japanese cuisine. The food is far from bland; in fact, every bite is full of flavor and excitement. There's traditional sushi and Japanese alcoholic beverages such as sake. For example, my favorite meal at Behinana's consists of crab, cream cheese, and seaweed tempura in a spicy chili sauce, topped with spicy crab and shrimp. It also includes a few dishes most Americans are accustomed to, such as Filet minion. Even though the menu is primarily focused on Japanese cuisine,…

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  • Organizational Analysis: Museum Of Contemporary Art

    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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  • Comparison Between Bamboo Sushi Bar And Hibachi Express

    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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  • Hunted In The Most Dangerous Game, By Richard Connell

    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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