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  • Very Common Gift As Japanese Homes
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    Table of contents: o General Information on Japan Things to do and not to do about: - Appearance- Behavior- Manners- Communication- Gift Giving Conclusion General Information on Japan Japan has a population of approximately 125 million people packed tightly into a rather small geographic area. The official language in Japan is Japanese. Japanese is spoken only in Japan. The literacy rate in Japan is very close to 100 percent and 95 percent of the Japanese population has a high school education. ...
  • Camp The Japanese
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    Barbara ni naruCivilian Exclusion Order No. 79 Effective Friday 22 May 1942 On this fateful day the evacuation of 100,000 (+) Japanese immigrants and Japanese American citizens during World War II were forced into incarceration (internment compounds). These compounds were placed inland throughout the Western United States. The Japanese peoples of the greater Seattle and Puget Sound areas were forced to leave their homes, schools, temples (and churches), and shut down family businesses in Seattle...
  • French Cousin Restaurant On Brighton Beach
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    Ethnic Restaurants. I always wondered to the fact that United States of America doesn't have a unique culture. In fact it is the world's most multicultural country. The country has a lot of different cultures, and not one is similar to the others. No culture is better or worse than another. As we all know, every culture has its own traditions and holidays. In my essay I will discuss restaurants with traditional kitchen. However, those restaurants are not regular ethnic places to eat but restaura...
  • Our Class About Japanese Foods And Culture
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    Japanese Food and CultureS atoka Kim para came and talked to our class about Japanese foods and culture. Her speaking was very upbeat and fun to listen to, but at times I found it hard to understand what she was saying. She moved here to continue her studying from being a middle school teacher. Teachers in Japan make the same salary whether they are male or female, and there is no "glass ceiling" for teachers. The landmass of Japan is 26 times smaller than that of the United States. In this smal...
  • Japan's Reliance On Imported Food Products
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    Comparing Japan and American Food Markets The Japanese Market has become vital to the U.S. Economy. Japan is the number one export market for the United States. In 1993, Japan accounted for 37.6 percent of the total growth in U.S. value-added exports. U.S. food products, in particular, are a huge market in Japan. American agricultural exports to Japan in 1993 were $8.7 billion. About one-third of Japanese agricultural imports come from the United States. However, there is sometimes a mixed recep...
  • Kokoda Over The Owen Stanley Ranges
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    During the 2nd World War, one of Australia's biggest fears was of foreign invasion. In 1942 the Japanese came closest by invading Papua New Guinea. Australia played a crucial role by fighting in Papua New Guinea and perhaps this was one of Australia's most significant roles in the 2nd world war. In fact, in only 7 months of fighting in Papua New Guinea, more Australian men died than in any other part of the war. The most famous and courageous campaign would be that of the Kokoda Trail. The Japan...

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