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    Vietnamese Culture

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    the Vietnamese population alone consists of 1,548,449 individuals. They are the fourth largest among the Asian population; an increase of 37.9% compared with the total Asian population growth at 43.2%. Although over half of the Vietnamese live in the west region of the United States; between 2000 and 2010, the South had experienced the largest percentage growth in Vietnamese population, by 34.1% (2010 U.S. Census). As the fifth most populous county in Florida, Orange County has a Vietnamese…

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    Cervical Cancer Essay

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    among immigrant Vietnamese women around the world. In the United States, Vietnamese American women show the highest rate of cervical cancer compared to all other ethnic groups. The cause of this disparity is perhaps the low rate of Pap test among the community (Taylor, Nguyen, Jackson, and McPhee, 2008). In this paper, we will discuss the best ways to promote Pap test, other screening procedures, and health among Vietnamese women. Vietnamese Americans Vietnamese Americans are Vietnamese…

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    Kyle Wong Asian American Studies San Francisco State University December 8th, 2016 Vietnamese Youth and Heritage Culture is something in America that is as diverse as its people. Through social media websites, advertisements on TV and online, and social interactions, the people, specifically youth, have picked up many different cultures’ habits and way of life. These habits and ways of life have a positive impact on oneself, for instance, partaking in the consumption of different ethnicities…

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    It is my goal to secure a position as a Restaurant Manager with an aim of providing exceptional customer service to ensure smooth operations and maximize customer base. With a pride of Vietnamese food, I would like to contribute my knowledge and skills to providing those amazingly diverse cuisines with healthy nutrition and unique flavors for foreign customers. In addition, I am also eager to offer exceptional organization skills and innovative ideas in an Accounting student’s perspective to…

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    besides parents and friends. As a Vietnamese, I choose my country for my journey, which is one of the best tourist attractions in the world. There are many reasons why I choose Vietnam to travel but the most common are delicious foods, beautiful landscape, and special culture. Firstly, the most special that attracts foreign visitors to enjoy and remember it. Vietnam has many special dishes with secret recipes. Food was the pride, and the cultures of my country. Vietnamese cuisine mixes meats,…

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    Vietnamese Diet Chart

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    The chart has shown us that a typical one-day-menu of Vietnamese are closely meeting that standard of USDA. Overall, Vietnamese consumed a little bit more grains and protein than needed. The total calories came to 2131, which is 131 calories above the average daily calories recommend. But in order to fully understand this chart, we need to keep in mind that this plan does not tell the overall picture of every Vietnamese person. The diet varies from gender, economic status, jobs, geographical…

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    vibrant festivities occurring on December 31st and January 1st. However, while Vietnamese-American families celebrate this holiday, they also celebrate their own unique holiday based on the lunar calendar. Due to my relationship with Gabrielle Nguyen, I have been able to experience the New Orleans Vietnamese community’s rendition of some of the events of Vietnamese New Year’s, or Tết, firsthand. Centuries ago when the Vietnamese culture became independent from the Chinese, they took with them…

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    officer in 1965, received instruction that the Vietnamese were not to be fired upon unless they were running. He continues to talk about the Vietnamese man who ran away from the American patrol and how he just shot him and killed him for running. Just like many officers have said in Vietnam, they need to assume if they are Vietnamese then they are associated with the…

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    Huy Fong Foods Case Study

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    Angeles, California.1 Huy Fong Foods headquarters is in Irwindale, California (“Huy Fong Foods”, n.d). The founder of Huy Fong Foods is David Tran who came to America in 1978 as a Vietnamese refugee (“Huy Fong Foods”, n.d). Upon moving to California, David Tran, noticed there was a lack of hot sauces that pleased his Vietnamese palate (Hammond, 2013). Because of this, he decided to make his own hot sauce. He started in 1980 by personally delivering his products throughout Los Angeles’ Chinatown…

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    women used to be presented as secondary to men. They were undervalued, had no voice in the family and were considered as a “homemaker” who didn’t work outside of the nest. These were the same circumstancese that used to happen with Vietnamese women. Deep in Vietnamese men’s mind, the best place for women was to stay…

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