Cultural Differences Between Chinese and American Born Chinese

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When people walk around the land of American, it is easy find a group people who look like Asian, however, they can not speak another language expect English and also they do not understand another culture. With the developing of globalization, lots of people move from the motherland to other countries to seek their new life. With this increasing trend, there is a new population, they have different characteristics with the original country's. According to “pair of tickets”, the author Amy Tan uses the personal experience to reveal difference of two culture, which shows on language expression, Ethnic identity and development of relationship.

From the largest reports, these words show a increasing trend of emigration, there are some different reasons to make this decision. Living level is the most important reason to affect emigration increasing. After emigrating, people can gain the better life when they use up the same labour. It means that some of people spend the same time and some labour, they can not satisfy their life basic need. Also, population is obvious reason to move out from the home country, because of extremely competition, for example, it is hard get the higher level education and find out a suited job. Most of emigration choose the developed countries, they want to gain welfare, such as education, housing support, unemployment benefits and low income support. In another country, they do not worry lost about their daily problems. In a word, there are many advantages for emigration, as the result, they can get a better life than before. Following this developing, it is easy find out a subgroup which is emigration's offsprings. They born in another country and live in another country. In their living, it is difficult find out the difference with local people. By contraries, there are lots of different characteristics with the homeland. To compare the short story, Amy Tan shows an Asian American's view to look at the real Chinese who...
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