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  • Last Piece Of Food On The Table
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    88 Ways to Know Whether You Are Chinese 1. You look like you are 18.2. You like to eat chicken feet. 3. You suck on fish heads and fish fins. 4. You have a Chinese knick-knack hanging on your rear view mirror. 5. You sing Karaoke. 6. Your house is covered with tile. 7. Your kitchen is covered by a sticky film of grease. 8. Your stove is covered with aluminium foil. 9. You leave the plastic covers on your remote control. 10. You " ve never kissed your mom or dad. 11. You " ve never hugged your mo...
  • Lindo's Husband
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    The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan is a story base on Chinese women in American tradition. One of the characters in the novel, Lindo Jong was born as a female in China. Lindo was undervalued because as a Chinese woman, she had an arranged marriage, she was treated unfairly by her husband, and also her own parents. Born as a female in China, many decisions are made by elders or men, not much opinion are made, even as an adult. As Lindo, being in an arranged marriage at age of two, she would not be able...
  • Cultural Barrier For Chinese
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    Chinese Anglo-Conformists Assimilation into a society is difficult for anyone, yet is especially difficult for those who have social externalities. Social externalities are those that are visible, physical qualities. There are three forms of assimilation: Anglo-conformity, melting pot, and cultural pluralism. The form of assimilation found in the article, For Chinese in USA, all is not happy by Mei-Mei Chan (USA TODAY) is Anglo-conformity. Anglo-conformity is the become like me form of assimilat...
  • Chinese Female With Parents
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    As a male in present society it is easier to go from a child to an adult, than for females due to the fact that the society we live in is a patriarchal where! SSm an!" rules the public. Our general lifeline is broadly and stereotypically set for us by society, where we go to school and then enter the work force to support our loving families at home. This however is changing, women have come an extremely long way from what they began at until now where we have women at top positions and even sur...
  • 0 Chinese Parent Child Relationships
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    Chinese culture has always fascinated me in that its values and traditions are different from that of American culture. A few weeks ago, while eating with my friend, Wenjing, who recently came from Shanghai, I started wondering! ^0 what is the biggest difference between the two cultures?! +/- and so I asked her. At first she gave me a glare of confusion. Then she sat for a minute or two in silence and finally responded, ! ^0 Probably family relationships.! +/- On this occasion and the other many...

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