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    My New Life In Vietnam

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    After 39 years since the U.S officially pulled out of Vietnam, most of the Vietnamese still talked about the United States as the dreamland of freedom and opportunities. ¬Not to mention how much I had been wishing to be in this dreamland. Surely, when I had been waiting long enough, a new chapter of my life was coming. It was 2014 when I was unbelievably at the U.S Embassy of Ho Chi Minh, Vietnam to participate the applicant interview to settle my new life in the United States. On the night…

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    allow me to feel closer to my Vietnamese American and Asian American identity. VSA has a sense of inclusivity and openness that will let me be able to identity as a Vietnamese and love Vietnamese culture without adhering to self imposed cultural expectations. I am able to connect with people not only through Vietnamese culture, but also underlying similarities. I would like to be immersed in the community to have that strong relationship with my identity. As a Vietnamese American, I also want to…

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    Vietnamese Community’s Approaching the Chinese Influence on and Chinese Elements Within Vietnamese Culture: Customs, Traditions, Language and Contemporary Media The conflict between China-Vietnam regarding the 2016 territorial dispute appears a new development to the rest of the world. In reality, this hostility is deep rooted, and significantly more vibrant and imminent from Vietnam side, almost making the conflict one sided. Overpowered and overshadowed by China, the smaller nation puts more…

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    Chinatown Ethnic Enclaves

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    Chinatown is an ethnic enclave which defined as an area in a city with a high concentration of Chinese people. In fact, Chinatown has been home to many immigrant families, and people who reside in Chinatown rely on networks of relatives and friends and on affordable goods, food as well as housing within the neighborhood. New York City 's Chinatown is considered the largest Chinatown in the United States (Waxman, n.d.), and it is located on the lower east side of Manhattan. According to National…

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    Born Chinese Stereotypes

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    American Born Chinese and stereotypes “Children must be taught how to think, not what to think.” I believe this quote by Margaret Mead is very accurate and is something that all parents, teachers and adults should think about. “A stereotype is used to categorize a group of people. People don 't understand that type of person, so they put them into classifications, thinking that everyone who is that needs to be like that, or anyone who acts like their classifications is one.” (Dictionary.com).…

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    In Gish Jen 's story called “Who’s Irish?" is about an elderly Chinese woman living in America as she and her family struggle with issues concerning the correct way to raise a childand cultural differences between two families.The elder believes that her daughter, Natalie, isn’t living the way a Chinese woman should live because of her husband, John. The mother describes John as a depressed man who doesn’t help Natalie. So the mother is constantly arguing with her daughter about how she…

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    Swot Analysis Of Birchbox

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    Birchbox is a monthly subscription-based service that offers a box with cosmetic samples to its customers. With it looking at global expansion in China, the company will face both threats and opportunities presented by this market. First, the company will need a lot of influence in the Chinese market. Due to the already saturated market with similar cosmetic ideas such as 1p1g, Glamabox and Glossybox, Birchbox would have a hard time influencing to the Chinese market. While searching for Birchbox…

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    How the Advertising During the Time of Cultural Revolution effect women Advertisement affected people’s normal life since long time ago. They use advertisement to advertise the product they sell and the idea they propose. During the time of Chinese Cultural Revolution, the advertisement almost used to propose the idea of new cultural and the idea about to destroy “four olds”. Under the guidance of Chairman Mao, Chinese people start to propaganda the new idea, new culture, and new theory…

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    Yum Brands Essay

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    As Yum Brands excels upward and onward into Chinese markets, the expansion of its most recent venture will hold a testimony to past experiences. China’s current economic condition serves as a refinement ground for launching an opportunistic set of goals. With large and expanding middle class, on the go life style, and modernization of its many cities, an investment in China will see profitable gains, and well-built customer base. China is currently seeing rapid growth in the middle class…

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    Current News Assignment When considering the current issues of multiculturalism in Europe, repercussions of the Syrian Refugee Crisis jump to mind, or perhaps Muslim migration to Europe in general. However, an understanding which focuses solely on Muslim migrants does an extreme disservice to the discussion of European multiculturalism as a whole and the developing definition of what it means to be European. The recent and drastic increase of Muslim migration to Europe has, however, aided in…

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