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    Downtown is the commercial center of city or town. Downtown is a main target for employment and a great place to live in most cities. It should be the biggest attraction and most beautiful place of the city. Los Angles downtown is voted to be one of the dirtiest downtowns and Los Angles is a big attraction to tourist. Cleaning up downtown would leave better impressions on tourist and also residents. The crime rate would get lower and their wont be any homeless people around.

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    One of the first object-things a baby imprints is the concept of comfort and safety. It is one of the first object-things you own as a child that represents parents, comfort, safety, softness and warmth. I became attached to my blanket as a baby, that to this day it still holds a special meaning to me. A blanket will never have the capability to protect you from any real harm, but the blanket is a tangible safety net for all our insecurities and fears. Soft and thick this blanket kept me warm at

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    Film Analysis: Crash

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    Over the span of the two days shown in the dramatic film, Crash, we are introduced to several contrasting characters in Los Angeles with differing storylines: Two African-American criminals who possess many theories about the effects race and social class have on their community. A Persian immigrant, who speaks limited English, and his intelligent, Americanized daughter. A privileged white-collar criminal lawyer and his spoiled wife. A pair of Caucasian policemen, a young optimist and his bigoted

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    and at the age of thirteen there isn’t much you can do there, your options are very limited. My mom and I stayed at a hotel downtown LA for an event where we did the basic, sightseeing, but noting extraordinary so why is it that I’m so obsessed with the state? Physically, California is a beautiful place with lots of space. Downtown Los Angeles was not like the typical downtowns in cities like Chicago, New York, or even Atlanta, but it was more spacious and “clean”. I didn’t see a lot public transportation

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    Hector Tobar's The Tattooed Soldier

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    Downtown Los Angeles is one of the busiest commercial centers in the United States. However, the city holds two groups of people in different economic level-the homeless and the working class. Hector Tobar frequently includes the landscape of the setting in downtown Los Angeles in The Tattooed Soldier. The novel is about two immigrants from Guatemala who have moved to Los Angeles. The protagonist, Antonio, takes a revenge on the antagonist, Longoria because he murdered Antonio's wife and son when

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    Chinatown

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    themselves had their own enclave during those days also. During the 1920s and 1930s, "Little Manilas, " a more common term, dotted the cities like Seattle (along King Street), Stockton (along El Dorado Street), San Francisco (along Kearny Street), and Los Angeles (along Temple Street). Overt racism in housing evident in the segregation of residential patterns as well as a yearning to be with one’s own kababayan (which means companion/friend), caused these areas to exist. However, due to racist immigration

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    Cars in the City of Angels Los Angeles, California is known worldwide to be a city designed specifically for the use of automobiles. Since Los Angeles County is so expansive, is considered to be one of the largest cities in the U.S and the World. The Government decided to accommodate its landscape very efficiently through the use of freeways by connecting each other from far distances into one by the use of intersections. On the other hand, since the landscape of Los Angeles was made specifically for

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    Chinatown

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    we will examine the historical background of the area, basic geographical data, contemporary situation and a few of the major issues facing this community. Chinatown first began in an area know as Sonoratown, where the notorious street Callae de los Negros (, named for the dark deeds committed there and the individuals who committed them,) was located. By 1870, it is estimated that about 200 Chinese laborers, servants, road-builders, and small shopkeepers shared the block long area located near

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    guarded the windows and doors of every house seemed to belie the large welcome sign at the entrance to the ABC Indian Reservation. As a young civil engineer employed by the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers, I was far removed from my cubical in downtown Los Angeles. However, I felt I was well-prepared to conduct my first project proposal. The project involved a $500,000 repair of an earthen levee surrounding an active Native American burial site. A fairly inexpensive and straightforward job by federal

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    Essay On Little Tokyo

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    Little Tokyo, Big Changes: The Reinvention of Little Tokyo in the 21st century Little Tokyo, which consists of approximately four acres and five large city blocks in the heart of Downtown Los Angeles, is one of the most culturally rich and diverse historic districts in Los Angeles in addition to being one of three remaining Japantowns in the United States. Established in the late 19th century, Little Tokyo was once home to tens of thousands of Japanese immigrants as well as one of the largest Japanese

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