So that to say my culture is "American" is understating my youth. Not only did they approve of reaching beyond the normality of conceptions, they all allowed me to delve into cultures that interested me on a personal level without disapproval. Because of their openness I was able to accustom myself to other cultures. Upon finding Japanese culture appealing, I began to realize my goal of teaching English in Japan. Because of this new ambition, I felt it was necessary to assimilate myself into the Japanese culture.
This is a important factor as being frugal and wise with what they had taught them many life lessons both about themselves and about the hardships of the world, as well as to be grateful for what they did have. Often times kids had to help there parents by working jobs at young ages incomparable to modern day. These kids would reach the age of 18 during world war 2, many enlisting to serve there country in the military. After japans surprise attack of pearl harbor, young men and women joined the military not because they had to, but because they wanted to and because it was the right thing to do. While in the Service, they learned how to become goal oriented and accomplish these goals.
Anand had a relatively happy childhood even though he was an only child. Anand had many friends at mt.carmel and enjoyed his time there been though it may have seemed like he didn’t. The apartment complex in which he lived had many Indians and where they lived had a very large ethnic population and even had a little India street market, a whole street filled with Indian restaurants and grocery’s stores. Anand's mother, Rita has a 2 brothers and 1 sister and his father, Dinesh has 1 brother and 1 sister. Anand was very close to his mother younger brother Ashok because he came to America has a junior in high school so he was somewhat Americanized and enjoyed spend time with him when he was young and as an adult.
The similarities between the older and younger generations were as simple as being the same ethnicity and as complicated as having trouble with men. There are many differences between the two generations; however, the two most relevant were how they deal with situations. Also, how their past lives play a constant role in their confidence. The younger generations life was much more laid back and easier, for their parents did as much as they could for them. "In America I will have a daughter just like me.
America is known as the land of freedom and the land of opportunity. This is especially true when compared to Vietnam. Vietnam lacks many things when compared to America. Citizens in Vietnam will always look up to American for a source of a new life and an opportunity for a better life for the younger generation. The life of American citizen is pretty easy compared to the citizens that live in Vietnam because of the freedom, the power of choice, and the aid from the government.
They were familiar with my old questionable friends, and knew that my new friends were leaps and bounds better people than the old ones. That was The first time my mom sat me down and told me how proud she was of me. How She was so glad that I found a niche and good friends, And that the job I do in the military makes her proud. That she talks about me to her friends. I had become stronger, smarter, more driven.
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[pic] Why I am proud to be an American It is a great honor to be an American. Every morning when I awake I am reassure that I live in a country where I am free to make my own decisions. On my way to school I am reassure that although I am a girl I can still get an education, because in other parts of the world girls are not allowed to attend School. In America we have more privileges than many other nations. I can choose my own religion and I am proud to be an American because I wake each day knowing that who I want to become, is entirely up to me.
American vs. Japanese education system The facts show that Asian students get high scores in the state tests. Based on that people assume that their education system is great, not thinking about the negative things it contributes to students. Other people say that the American schools makes the students lazy. The American school system should adopt some of the Asian ways of incorporating the importance of education in students. We think of Japanese students as being intelligent but never think of the disadvantages.
This is done by purchasing expensive luxury items to wear. In Japan it is socially acceptable to be a shopaholic because this is a part of their culture.4. How did Louis Vuitton enter into the Japanese market originally? What were the other entry strategies it adopted later to strengthen its presence?LV originally entered the Japanese market as a shop-in-shop. This allowed them to conduct business without a Japanese distributer.