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The Civil War was a major event and turning point in our country’s history. It rocked our very foundation as a nation and put our own people against each other in all out war. I firmly believe that this war was an inevitable conflict that could not have been avoided for many reasons. There was just too much building for so long in so many different areas within our nation that this looming eruption into civil war was a forgone conclusion. Slavery is seen as the main factor and many just give that as a single word answer for why war broke out between the north and south states, as seen in the Simpsons video we watched in class.
The Milagro Beanfield War is a contemporary film written by John Nichols and directed by Robert Redford. It was produced by a Latino film maker, Moctesuma Esparza. The movie introduces the Mexican American population stories, history and sheds light on their culture. It is set a fictional town in Northern New Mexico and deals with a very small town in a rural area that is presented in the film as basically being unchanged for centuries. The film is based on a novel with the same name. The Milagro Beanfield War demonstrates that as long as oppressed people believe and act upon the messages of the oppressors, they will not have the ability to overcome their mistreatment individually and collectively. For example, in this film the
The Best War Ever: America and World War II By Michael C.C. Adams Often times we hear about wars; how they have damaged an economy, killed thousands of people, or even tore apart civilizations to the point where they must be reconstructed. Not once have we paused for a moment and thought about which war would be “the best war ever” or could we even categorize a war as being “the best”. The Best War Ever is an ironic title for a book isn’t it? Why would Michael C.C.
The date is July 6, 1944. A young Solider in his early 20’s armed with a pair of wire cutters, a rifle, and explosives makes his way through Omaha Beach, through countless obstacles (Kennedy, 2012). This young Solider has a very important job. Behind him are thousands of infantrymen, desperately fighting their way up a hill; it is up to him to clear the way. However, In front of him are rows of mines, hedgehogs, wire obstacles, and barricades. He must complete these tasks all while receiving heavy fire. You see he is no ordinary Soldier, he is a Combat Engineer, and what he does here today will change the tides of the war forever (Kennedy, 2012). This engineer is well trained and comes from a long line of warriors who have paved the way for him, laying down the groundwork for what he must accomplish here today.
Wars, which are labeled as the greatest catastrophe human kinds have ever approached, however, they inappropriately seem to be the inconsolable choices to most of the conflicts we face. Not only do wars have a massive impact on the society, economy, and environment, but they also bring suffers, destruction, and death to the people who get involve, as well as others. Therefore, they have become the inspiration for many writers, poets, or even musicians; one of them is Jeannie Barroga with her outstanding play script called Walls, which centers around the Vietnam War Memorial and the bold yet controversial consequences that wars, in general, leave behind. The author has successfully pointed out the dreadful discriminations between cultures, ethnics,
According to the Oxford Dictionary, war means, "A state of armed conflict between different countries or different groups within a country". War is usually started due to political entities, nations, or in earlier times to resolve political or territorial disputes. War was used to take over land, take over other lands resources to suffice their population rather than tax their civilisations. Yet when did war begin and how has it progressed through history and time?
Culture is not only reflected in the performing arts or languages, but it is also more able to reflect on the food that people under different food cultural backgrounds, their eating habits and tastes are different. Every place in this world had one or more typical foods to show its culture. Wuhan, where I grew up, is famous not only of its historical sites, like Yellow Crane Tower and Guiyuan Tempe but also famous of its characteristic snacks, such as Hot Dry Noodle, Doupi and duck necks. In these special foods, Hot Dry Noodle is the most important one because it is not only good at taste, but it also can show the culture of Wuhan that this city contains enthusiasm, wisdom, gentleness, and perseverance. In order to prove thesis, I am going to discuss the history of Hot Dry Noodles, Hot Dry Noodles in Wuhan people’ lives, and the culture aspect of Hot Dry Noodles.
From the time it was launch, instant ramen has become one of the most widely consumed products in Japan. That even the Japanese consider the instant ramen as their most important invention ever. Instant noodles have change the habits and ideas concerning food preparation all around the world. This symbol of convenience has become a product where it can be found in nearly every country. In addition, the demand for instant noodles in areas hurt by war, poverty or natural disaster has made evident of its utility as an emergency food. Instant noodles can therefore be understood as one of the first worldwide convenience/comfort food marking the ever-increasing accommodation of human nutritional practices. So, by exploring the association of instant ramen with convenience can help me answer the question that this essay will examine: How Instant Ramen embodies Japanese cultural value of convenience and comfort throughout the world?
In The Newsweek article, “The Deadly Noodle,” Michael Hastings, Stefan Thiel and Dana Thomas (2003) present two significant reasons that contribute to worsening people´s health condition. Hastings et al. (2003) illustrate that health condition is becoming weaker due to the consumption of bare calories in the food which is resulting in acquiring certain disease, such as obesity. On the other hand, the authors emphasize that decrease in health condition is also connected to the reduced times of physical exercises such as riding bikes, countryside workings, and salary-job arrangements.
Itami Juzo’s Tampopo is one of the handfuls of motion pictures created towards the infrequent “noodle western” genre of filmography. Released in 1985, Tampopo explores the journey of two truck drivers named Goro and Gun who one night— filled with a torrential downpour – stumble upon a mediocre noodle eatery owned and operated by a single mother named Tampopo. Throughout the film, both Goro and Gun as well as some of their friends' aid in completely revamping Tampopo’s noodle joint into a glorious and distinguished ramen restaurant. In addition to a focal storyline in Itami’s film, there is an additional number of sporadic side scenes to supportively illustrate the point that food is not only considered an important necessity that fulfills
Hurl a catlike, mouse, and more than 75 weapons in comparative room and you're sure to have a war. Tom and Jerry: War of the Hairs allows you to peruse nine unmistakable characters, including Jerry the mouse and his catlike enemy Tom. You then duke it out in 11 destructible circumstances - battle zones which go from a swung lab to a temperamental improvement site. Each character has their own qualities, deficiencies, and moves, however adept usage of weaponry can quickly turn a match to bolster one.
Last week, my friends and I went to the Dim Sum Chinese restaurant to enjoy the delicious Chinese meal. The Chinese restaurant has a different decorations with the other different culture restaurant. The restaurant looked very Chinese style when we first walked in because they decorate by red fabric with dragon on it, and many other things. We order many small tiny plate because in each plate they only give you three or four pieces of that thing. So, I have to choose the best two dishes to represent you guy about Chinese food and Chinese culture. First one is Har Gau, it is the steamed dumpling with a shrimp inside. When you eat it, we usually eat it with soy sauce and it will give you really good flavor. The dumpling is kind of sweet combined
Linyi is one of the important representatives of Qilu flavor, Linyi region of ancient times for the land of Lu, thousands of years to form a "steamed, boiled, roasted, brewed, fried, fried, boiled, cooked, fried, wax, Vinegar, sauce, wine, honey, pepper "for the framework of the Lunan cooking techniques; was born such as Linyi fried chicken, eight treasures lobster, Linyi grits, a product three fresh chicken, garlic fish, pancake fruit, pancake pancakes, Junan donkey meat, boiled boiled yellow tube and so on dozens of local names to eat.
The operations were throughout Macau, Mainland China 's Guangdong province, and the United States, Canada, etc. The Group has Café de Coral stores, Super Super Congee & Noodles stores, Oliver’s Super Sandwiches stores, 85°C, Taiwanese style bakery café, Mixian Sense and The Spaghetti House in Hong Kong. In China, the Group has Café de Coral stores in major delta cities and Eastern China, and Spaghetti House across Shenzhen, Guangzhou, Zhuhai, Foshan and Zhongshan updated as at 31 March 2013. Also, the group has Manchu WOK restaurant chain in the US and Canada as at 31 March 2013.