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  • Yin And Yang Point Of View

    ‘When the Chinese prepare a meal, they always have a Yin-Yang point of view. If a dish or two is heaty, Yang, there is always another dish that is cooling, Yin, to complement it and to maintain a Yin and Yang balance,’ said my friend’s mom whom I have interviewed about her perception on the idea of Yin and Yang. In my friend’s point of view, 'Yang is male and Yin is his counterpart. This may be arguable for the minority but it is true for most people’. ‘Yin represents the winter, the cold,…

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  • Waiguoren Analysis

    “Waiguoren” and occasionally in a hush tone “Laowai,” from a few annoyed costumers, are two terms uttered every so often while interning at Hotwind, a widely-known fashion store in Shanghai. As the semester forges ahead, my classmates and I are grasping a greater understanding of how consumerism is shaping people’s lives in Shanghai today, through our first-hand perspective working in a Chinese retail outlet. We are fully immersing ourselves in an uncommon and unheard-of working environment for…

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  • Cultural Traditions And Injustice In Hispanic Culture

    Cultural traditions are found in many households. In Hispanic culture, tamales, corn-based dough wrapped in corn husks filled with meat, are regarded as a holiday treat. Usually, tamales are made twice a year for Christmas and New Year’s. A traditional tamale recipe consists of several steps, and can take two days to get to. The process includes prepping, preparing, and steaming. The process begins with prepping the meat, and will take place on the first day of this two day process. When making…

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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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  • Ocean Spray Research Paper

    As I jumped out of the car ready to start the new vacation I was amazed by the vast size of the ship and all I would do this week. The Ocean Spray hit me as we entered the dock. I could not believe I was finally here after what felt like years of waiting for this trip. The ship was a huge Carnival and it had a slide on the top it was a shade of bright red and made me think of a water park in the midst of summer and walking towards the ship I could not stop looking at it. The slide was peaked on…

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  • Johnny Carino's Research Paper

    Olive Garden and Johnny Carino’s are two very well known Italian restaurants in the same category. Which restaurant is better? When my family goes to dinner we usually always pick Olive Garden, but this Sunday we decided to give Johnny Carino’s a try. Olive Garden has been around since 1982 and since then they have been evolving their food taste, food variety, prices, specials and service (Olive Garden Inc. El Centro Ca). Johnny Carino’s has been around since 1997 and since then has also been…

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  • Venezuela Research Paper

    The Spanish speaking country I picked to research their food and its history is Venezuela. Venezuelans have three main meals: a small breakfast, a large dinner (around noontime), and a very light supper in the evening. Breakfast in Venezuela is a small meal that usually consists of a small pastry or toast served with coffee or fresh juice. Venezuela’s breakfast is all about salt, starch, meat, fruit, and cheese. The largest meal in Venezuela is lunch, which is also when most restaurants offer…

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  • Pizza Research Paper

    Pizza is a dish that was thought to have been created by the Greeks in the B.C. era. Like the Greeks, many other groups at this time had early pizza-like flat breads such as the Paratha, which was created in India. In Napels, a city in Italy, the term pizza was created during the 1700s by street vendors. The pizza most similar to what we have today was created on June 11, 1889 (a day recounted by historians), and it was created in Italy. It was created by Raffaele Esposito. After this event,…

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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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  • Chile Cuisine Research Paper

    Chile Cuisine Chile is a country that is in the South American Continent. Most of the population is white/ Non indigenous. The main language spoken in Chile is Spanish as well as there also being other languages spoken other than Spanish such as English and other languages among the people that are indigenous to the country. Chile is home to many different kinds of foods that originally originated from Chile with the help of their influences such as immigrants that bring their ideas and culture…

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