Examples Of Cultural Autobiography Essay

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Cultural Autobiography I am Feena. I am a local year-one student studying Business Administration. I was born in Hong Kong. When I was a child, I was a shy and introverted girl and I seldom talk with my classmates or relatives. I had no friends and I was alone during the rest. Also, I was ignorant with English. I had no idea what the teachers were talking about during English lessons. At that time, I was empty and helpless. It was also formidable for me to cope with a substantial amount of homework in English. Losing motivation, I started to skip school by pretending being ill. It was an extremely bad cycle, as my situation got worse with poor academic performance and improper attitude. One day, the teacher announced the students who got …show more content…

I attended a three-week English class. During the class, it is casual for students to speak up, having open discussions. There are few in-class activities and games in each class to reinforce students’ memory. When it comes to a topic, the teacher will ask the opinion of students from different countries. He always asks me the things about Hong Kong, but I can’t answer all the questions completely. I realized that I don’t get known of many events happening in Hong Kong. I found that I actually only focus on my study and rarely care about the society by reading newspapers for many years. I feel guilty for being indifferent to the political and social issues of Hong …show more content…

For example, in Japan, there is only one tank of water for the whole family to take a bath. It is shocking but also interesting. I also discovered that people from different countries have their own inclination in speaking. For example, Korean girls speak softly and tend to listen to others’ saying before they talk. Also, the Spanish girls speak loud and are eager to disclose themselves to others. I rejoice to get along with the Spanish as I can feel their passion all the

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