Japanese New Year

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  • Cultural Differences Between Chinese And China

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    about the differences between the countries. Even if Japanese tell other people that they are from Japan, some people still misunderstand that they are Chinese. Although there are various of similarities, there are a lot of differences. The two countries of Japan and China demonstrate similarities and differences between appearance, alphabet, and New Year celebration to help one to understand the cultural identity of each country. Chinese and Japanese have similar and different appearances. For instance

  • My Favorite Food

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    “ A recipe has no soul. You, as a cook, must bring soul to the recipe,” Thomas Keller once said. New food brings new experiences to things. I love trying new food and experiencing new traditions from different cities, states and countries that come from a different culture. The three countries I picked are Japan, Italy and France. Some of my favorite foods come from these three countries that I am had the more experience trying which includes pasta, bread, seafood and pastries etc. I have loved seafood

  • New Year's Eve

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    08:30pm and I was sitting in my office, enjoying the last day of this year. I was happy, my friends,my colleagues, my seniors everyone was happy because we were about to leave for the biggest party of the year. Every year our company organizes this biggest party and in this party they announces the best employee of the year. I was also in the list of nominees of the best employee and some of my seniors told me that in this year I will get this award. I was very very excited. But there was a little

  • Happy New Year's Eve Everyone !

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    Happy New Year’s Eve everyone! Now going back to my previous blog, I promised to start off each blog with a story from my life, so here goes nothing. Now there was a time where, we were all kids. For some of you that might have been ten years ago, and for others of you, that might have been last year aha! There was a time when I was about 7 years old. Now, after my parents divorced, my mother, my sisters and I lived in an apartment complex. My younger sister, Alexis (age 6), and I were quick to

  • Customs And Traditions Of Filipino Superstitions

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    superstitions or folk beliefs associated with New Year’s Eve and New Year’s Day in the Philippines. Filipinos say you should observe the following customs and traditions to ensure that the New Year being welcomed is a prosperous one. Many of these superstitions bear a strong Chinese influence specially wearing Polka Dots cloths. According to Filipino folklore, circles symbolize future good luck and riches.No matter what we wear, though, New Year signifies a new beginning. Flipping open a fresh calendar

  • Essay About My New Years

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    That New Years was the most rough,fun,exciting and painful New Years I have experienced in my 14 years of life. The people who were present were Lorrissa, her older sister Leena, Megan E. , Jadynn and of course me. We were spending that New Year's at Lorrissas hoping for a fun night. That night was mostly fun but at times it was… dramatic to say the least. I arrived after Jadynn but before Megan, we decided we would wait until Megan got here to start doing the interesting things. When Megan did

  • Personal Narrative: The Great Smoky Mountains

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    An adventurous vacation that turned into the most fearful and freighting experience in my life and everyone involved. The Great Smoky Mountains, a national park to the North of Carolina often called one of the most beautiful and extraordinary nature parks in the United States. Most tourists who visit this national park are looking for Great adventures and to find themselves interacting with mother Earth. I vividly remember how it all started. It was a Sunday night. All of our friends reunited

  • Why The Sky Is Blue Or Why Humans Are The Dominant Species Of Earth?

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    idea of a year. What makes a certain point in the Earth’s elliptical orbit the beginning and why can’t everybody agree on one day? What makes January first the first day of the year? Why can’t the first day be September twenty-third or June twenty-first? What makes January so special? In fact, different cultures and religions have different days for when the year begins. For example, the Jews celebrate New Years (or Rosh Hashanah) on the first of the month of Tishrei (which, this year, is on October

  • Essay about New Year Celeration Between Vietnam and America

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    New Year Holiday between the United States and Vietnam New Years is an exciting holiday in many countries. It marks a new period of time with the pure and pristine beginning for individuals. Every country has a unique cultural celebration and specific traditions depending on where you live. However, there is a big difference between how Asian people and Western people celebrate New Year. The three most noticeable differences are in the preparation, travel and length of the holiday will be

  • Life Of A Woman With A Tragic Fate

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    to a boy ten years younger, she tries to escape the clutches of her stepmother after the death of the latter by being engaged among the Lu 's; but she is kidnapped by henchmen of the stepmother and sold for a second marriage. These are brief moments of happiness, soon interrupted by the death of the second husband and that of the son she had with; driven out by his brother, she tries to return among the Lu 's, but rejected by the family and the entire village, excluded from New Year ceremonies,