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    The Assimilation of Vietnamese People The Vietnamese people have been assimilated into the Australian society. They have been absorbed and adopted to the Australian Culture, by learning and socialising from others. Especially the new generations which have grown up in Australia. (b) List the ways of how this was achieved · Socialising in cultural pattern to of the host country. · Intermarriage between the immigrant group and the core society. · Denying native country. · The

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    What would you do for freedom? For the Vietnamese people after the Vietnam war it meant risking everything casting off into open waters and hoping there was safety on the other side. After the Vietnam war, numerous supporters of the U.N. had to flee Vietnam and surrounding areas in fear for their lives from the communist that had just gained control of their country. For most the only way to escape was by fishing boat they would be compelled to take on dangerous and, for countless, fatal waters in

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    After the Vietnamese ’boat people’ started arriving in Australia, the Australian attitude towards refugees and asylum seekers has been very effective at integrating them. The arrival of the Boat People of Vietnam played a huge part in Australian history. This was the turning point from when the Australians believed in the phrase Populate or Perish and only wanted to bring in English immigrants, to welcoming and helping the Vietnamese. They would stop the people of other nationalities by making near

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    I am Vietnamese, I am American Durian fruit. When people ask me how I feel about my Vietnamese culture, the first thing that comes to mind is durian fruit. Unlike the strawberries or cherries found at Safeway, durian fruit at first glance does not even look edible. The entire fruit resembles a dirty old football, except that durian weighs nearly three pounds. One-inch spikes and a tough brown outer peel cover the fruit, giving it an intimidating look. Inside, yellow, kidney-shaped pieces line

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    Catfish and Mandala, by Andrew Pham

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    from a young age the easiest way to get in touch with your cultural heritage is through food. Many good memories and cultural traditions are passed down via food. Food is a way of connecting people to each other, bringing up good memories from the past. Food has a way of healing old wounds and making people happier. You have a sense of pride knowing you are connected to your culture through the use of food. However there are times when you question your cultural food choices, particularly if you

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    Time has come and gone by fast as when people grow old. Every year many people around the world celebrate New Year to say goodbye to the past year and welcome another one come by. Like any cultures around the world celebrates New Year, in Asia Lunar New Year is the traditional holidays that people celebrates that year according to the moon 's calendar. Viet Nam is also one of the countries celebrates Lunar New Year. However, before Vietnamese people left their country, they learned and follow their

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    The Benefits of the Current Generation

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    the 1960’s and 1970’s (Szakmary, n.d., n.p.g.), Vietnam was prevented from receiving international supports. The only country could be able to help Vietnam during that period was Russia (Russia strengthens ties…, 2013, n.p.g.). For that reason, Vietnamese government finally had the chance to bring the country through the crisis itself. Its efforts have paid off tremendously. From 1990s, Viet Nam has changed enormously (Changes in V... ... middle of paper ... ...hí Minh [Fight against food shortage

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    their lifetime. Further more, I happened to know, later on, about the two other Vietnamese who were accepted. Having known that hardly ever more than one student from each country is accepted to Berea, I was so proud to know that the ability of Vietnamese students has been recognized and that, despite of the fact that our country still faces many difficulties, the students have been trying to reach high goals. In Vietnamese proverbs, we have this saying :" A day one goes, a sea of knowledge he earns"

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    Globe Project - Vietnam

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    are assertive, dominant and demanding in their relationships with others. Many Vietnamese people find it difficult to formulate and communicate their own thoughts, opinions and wishes in a clear, direct, and non-aggressive way. As a result, the lack of assertiveness or weak communication skills may be keeping them from fulfilling their potential and reaching their goals. To some extent, the society does not encourage people to be generally dominant. For example, most of civil servants normally dare

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    Letter Home From a Soldier in Vietnam Dear Mom, I am doing great. Well…When I say great, I mean I'm as good as you can be over here. This place is like a giant valley of death, that's keeps getting filled with more dead American soldiers every day. We keep asking ourselves the question, why are we here? Why are we dying for a cause that's got nothing to do with us? We just don't see the point in us being here any more. It's been 7 months since I saw you all now. I hope you are all

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