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  • Japanese Spitz Research Paper

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    What is a Japanese Spitz ? Japanese Spitz is a medium sized breed with white double coat. They are companion and watch type dogs that are especially suited for apartments and small spaces. Japanese Spitz are said to have been originated from Japan by cross breeding several Spitz breeds during 1920's and 1930's. Appearance Japanese Spitz are known to have thick white furs with pointed ears and black muzzle, their tails curl above their body which is often fury. The dense overcoat is waterproof

  • Literary Analysis Of Call Of The Wild

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    character and most talked about. Buck is a steong dog that protects people and he lives in a big house.There was alot of kids that played with Buck. The antagonist of the story is Spitz. Spitz is a very mean and violent but is also almost the same as Buck. A antagonist is the person that is against the protagonist. Spitz is a big dog and bigger than therest of them and he also a mean dog. The story The call of the wild is a story about a dog named Buck and he is a mix of two other dogs and Buck is

  • Great Art Will Be A Transparent Reflection Of Society

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    viewers to look at the piece with multiple perspectives and creates the opportunity for continuous discovery upon subsequent visits. On the first floor of the new Broad Museum, in Downtown Los Angeles, there is a piece of art executed by the prolific Japanese artist, Takashi Murakami, which does just this. In a room that is solely dedicated to the work of Murakami, there is a piece that seems to stand out more than the rest. In the Land of the Dead, Stepping on the Tail of a Rainbow (2014), is a memorizing

  • Cultural Influence Of The Meiji Era On Japanese Food Culture

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    influenced by Mintz’s (1985) Sweetness and Power to show how material conditions and symbolic representations of food are interrelated. Firstly, I will look at the historical influence of the Meiji Era on Japanese food culture (Anderson 2005; Hiroko 2008). I will then look at gender in Japanese food culture, specifically how masculinity is associated with fish markets and sushi preparation, and how these culturally engrained gender roles correlate with my observations and experience at the restaurant

  • Analysis of Art

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    Title: Cuteness and Loneliness Life is full emotions like happiness and sadness. People sometimes feel happy, joyful, and cheerful, but sometimes sadness or depression. Edward Hopper and Takashi Nakamura draw their paintings to express different feelings. In Edward Hopper’s painting “Morning Sun” (1952), he displays the image of a woman looking outside alone in order to symbolize the woman’s feelings about “depression,” but also how she still has “hope” for her own life. On the other hand, in Takashi

  • Cultural Norms of Jamaica

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    Cultural norms of Jamaica Jamaica is a land of diverse cultures. It has a number of different racial ethnic groups .The largest group however is the blacks or Africans so 'Jamaica’s culture' is predominantly black. Interwoven is also the European culture which these blacks learnt from their former white slaves masters. You will find Indians living in Jamaica also. Many Indians came to Jamaica as indentured servants and stayed, they too have an input in the Jamaica’s culture. There is a thriving

  • Case Study P&G Sk-Ii Product in Japan and East Asia

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    P&G Japan SK-II Case Study Up to 1984, P&G’s Japanese operation was a failure due to the following reasons: 1. P&G did not take the time to determine the local needs based on the culture and common practices amongst the Japanese people. The product development was based on Western markets and it was assumed that it would streamline itself to other areas of the world. An example cited in this case study was the use of tap water for laundry washes without implementing a

  • Essay about American Minorities during World War II

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    mistrusted and were falsely accused of something they didn’t do. Some people were even pushed away because they were different. These people were the minorities of America. Some of the minorities it affected the most were the African Americans, women, Japanese Americans, and even young adults. What is a minority? A minority, in this case, is a person or group of people who are discriminated against because there is something about them that makes them different. Some of these reasons why they are different

  • Japanese Mythology Essay

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    According to Japanese mythology, the world begins with the birth of seven deities. These seven deities arise and then pass away in what the Japanese call the, “plain of high heaven.” After this, five more couples were born, the last named, Izanagi and Izanami, who were ordered by their peers to consolidate the earth, which at this point was a chaos of muddy water. Izanagi and Izanami stood on the bridge of high heaven, thought to be the rainbow, and dipped their jeweled spear in the murky water below

  • Essay about Comparison of Japanese and American Cultures

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    COMPARISON OF JAPANESE AND AMERICAN CULTURES As Mahatma Gandhi said, “No culture can live, if it attempts to be exclusive” (Mahatma). Our culture identifies who we are and how we behave in social environments and provides us with a foundation in which to live our lives and raise our families. Each individual culture has certain customs and courtesies that are important. Exposure to the cultures of others can be intimidating and can leave a person feeling confused and unsure about how they fit in