It is always interesting to study other cultures and it is extremely important to do just that if you are going to have interactions with them. China is one of those interesting cultures mainly because what we usually know about the country is through movies or the local Chinese restaurant.
History[ edit ] Chinese immigrants arrived in the United States to work as miners and railroad workers.
As the large groups of Chinese immigrants arrived, laws were put in place preventing them from owning land. They mostly lived together in ghettos, individually referred to as " Chinatown ". Here the immigrants started their own small businesses, including restaurants and laundry services.
The restaurants in smaller towns mostly owned by Chinese immigrants served food based on what their customers requested, anything ranging from pork chop sandwiches and apple pie, to beans and eggs.
Many of these small-town restaurant owners were self-taught family cooks who improvised on different cooking methods and ingredients.
First catering to miners and railroad workers, they established new eateries in towns where Chinese food was completely unknown, adapting local ingredients and catering to their customers' tastes.
Bythere were five restaurants in San Francisco. Soon after, significant amounts of food were being imported from China to America's west coast.
The trend spread eastward with the growth of the American railways, particularly to New York City.
This fueled the opening of Chinese restaurants as an immigration vehicle. Restaurants along with Chinese laundries provided an ethnic niche for small businesses at a time when the Chinese people were excluded from most jobs in the wage economy by ethnic discrimination or lack of language fluency.
However, after World War II it began to be dismissed for not being "authentic. By this time it became evident that Chinese restaurants no longer catered mainly for Chinese customers. Adapting Chinese cooking techniques to local produce and tastes has led to the development of American Chinese cuisine.
Many of the Chinese restaurant menus in the U. With the continuing success of American Chinese cuisine, including its portrayal to mainland Chinese audiences through the medium of American television sitcomsAmerican Chinese restaurants have opened in China itself. Products and ingredients needed to recreate these adapted dishes are imported into China.
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July Learn how and when to remove this template message American Chinese food builds from styles and food habits brought from the southern province of Guangdongoften from the Toisan district of Toisan, the origin of most Chinese immigration before the closure of immigration from China in These Chinese families developed new styles and used readily available ingredients, especially in California.
The types of Chinese American cooking served in restaurants was different from the foods eaten in Chinese American homes.
This can be seen in the use of carrots and tomatoes.Wang Lichun Argumentation Final June 23, Chinese Family Education versus American Family Education In the book Tiger Mother, the author described how she raised and educated her two beautiful and intelligent daughters with the strict traditional Chinese educational method.
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American family education is the most famous oneof all kinds of family education, so it is necessary and significant to make a comparison of the differences of family education between America and China.
American and Chinese parenting styles She says the goal of an American family is for children to feed themselves as early as possible while Chinese families follow children around or put them in a high chair to feed them. Long says Americans will let children play by themselves, while Chinese parents feel someone should hold the child or be.
Comparing American and Chinese Parents This is the VOA Special English Education Report.
|American Chinese cuisine - Wikipedia||The goal of this project is to acquaint you with a family that is culturally different from the family that you have grown up in. Find an individual or a family who has either immigrated to the United States, whose parents have come from another society, has adopted internationally, or who is visiting here.|
Some American parents might think their children need better educations to compete with China and other.
On Education between Chinese Families and American Families!!!!!School:Xi'an Internation al University Name: HouJing(Tracy) education, American family education agrees on the children's Although the contents of Chinese family education can also be divided into moral education, intellectual.