The Importance Of Asian Culture

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I came from Viet Nam to United States, and my life has been affected by the Asian culture a lot. It has changed for the better since I moved to America. I have had a chance to experience so many things that I have not ever done before, especially English and American culture. Living in a culture that was very different from my own could be an exciting and challenging experience. I have had to learn different cultural practices and tried to adapt to them. American culture has influenced my thinking and behavior while living in this land of freedom and opportunity. From my experiment, I have realized there are several different perceptions about the communicative style, the way people teach children, and the family value between Asian and American cultures.
The daily communication should be the first difference that I can see
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Many Asian families like to live together in the house because we think that it is more convenient to care for each other. I was taught early in my life about the importance of relationships and obligations within the family. Leaving parents, grandmothers, and grandfathers in nursing homes can be a callous act in Asian culture. It does not matter adults are poor or rich, and they should take care of the parents when they get older and can not work anymore. I hope that the family value of Asian culture can make American think about the way that they treat their families is right or wrong. Many young people from Asian culture hope that their countries will never be one in which money is the first important thing, and there is something called homeland in their mind (Zongren, 223). Everything that I have today is from the helps and supports of my family, teachers and friends. I think I need to do something for them as an
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