An Analysis of my cultural experience
Arriving at a foreign country at the age of eleven years old was and exiting and yet intimidating experience. High buildings, wide roads, newer and nicer cars on the streets were some of the first things I noticed when I arrived to the city of Los Angeles CA. Living in a country where you were not born in could be difficult some times. Although Spanish is spoken at a grand scale in CA, it was difficult to communicate with and understand the teachers from my classes at the elementary level since all they spoke was English. Los Angeles is a city of great diversity, therefore it is believed to be the perfect place for any person arriving from another country to not feel like a foreign, such believe could not be any further from the truth for a shy, quiet boy coming from a small city from Mexico.
My cultural Identity and how it differs to Muslims
The cultural identity of a human being is of most importance to understand how a person perceives the world and how it interacts with the rest of the population. The identity of an individual is based on how it was raised and what type of environment and circumstances existed while growing up. The cultural background is a central point in how a person is built, passed down by the parents of such individual. Principles, morals, and ideals are greatly influence by the culture we inherited from our ancestors. My cultural identity is of Mexican heritage, I am not only Mexican, but also born in Mexico. I am proud to be Mexican, proud to speak two languages and proud of my principles, passed on by my mother and Mexican ancestors. There are several things that describe the cultural identity of a Mexican. The religion of Roman Catholicism, brought by the Spaniards to the indigenous people of Mexico before it was known as a nation. Mexican art and Mexican murals, commonly noticed when tourists visit cities located mostly in the southern part of Mexico. Architecture, greatly treasured by...
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