In this case, the audio, including the background music fully demonstrated the cultural aspects of Chinese-American culture. For instance, the director solely used Chinese traditional instruments as background music, which conform to the visual impacts of the settings. It was mostly used for the throwback to the character’s past lives, which allowed the audiences to take more considerations to understand the Chinese aspects of the Chinese-American culture. However, the book did not provide any audios, and this affected the understanding of the exact feelings in certain circumstances. When the book described Yingying’s past life, it was brief and direct, whereas the movie slowed down the scene of the expressions by adding musics to convey more detailed and vivid emotions.
Arguably the richest decade of music contribution, the 1960’s, was a vibrant era flourishing with the new sounds of rock and pop. A truly fascinating era, filled with legacies like the Beatles, The Beach Boys, Jimi Hendrix, and their everlasting impact on history that only the generation who experienced it will fully appreciate. These events are embodied in many films such as That Thing You Do! and Pirate Radio to carry historical and cultural significance, and when done so, atmosphere is important to retain its beautiful history as an immersive element. Although both films follow quite different plots, That Thing You Do!
I am from Hong Kong, in which both east and western culture are operating here. We usually have English name to let foreigner address us easier. While we also use Cantonese name as it is a name parents given to us. Also each of Chinese name gave us our expectation and aims to improve in our live. I think it is the culture from very old great china time.
Lastly, there is vallenato son, which is similar to paseo but is in duple meter with a nostalgically and plaintive mood. Artist such as Jorge Celedon and Fanny Lu help spread vallenato both son and paseo through songs that became big hits internationally and gained attention from outside of Colombia. Their songs demonstrated cultural pride because similar to Carlos Vives, both artist heavily incorporate elements of vallenato into their works. Vallenato swept Colombia by its feet when it first was discovered and as time progressed through its successful commercialization, it’s spread across to other nations giving them each a taste of the Colombian
The story eludes to the Chinese immigrants and how they dreamed of making it in America. However, one other theme that is hidden within the story is in the title itself, discovery. It is said that Tang Ao “discovered” the Land of Women. Discovery is a huge thing especially back then because not many things were discovered at that time. Usually when a discovery is made, it is a huge thing.
Film of “Fist of Fury” (Bruce Lee) Kungfu is an original word in Chinese, but cannot find in the previous English dictionary in late 19th century, and there was no such a noun, even a bunch of Europe and the United States did not know what KungFu was, the original Chinese martial arts heritage has a long history, not just a fighting and the fighting techniques, but also affect the Chinese thought, a man who called these word Kung Fu, changed the foreigner’s perceptions and prejudices toward the Chinese people as if to break apart the boulder of apartheid. His name is Bruce Lee, and today we are going to introduce a documentary film, “I Am Bruce Lee” and “Fist of Fury” is mainly about Lee 's martial arts philosophy and far-reaching influence. But in here, I would like to talk about the “fist of fury” because it is the lecture material and related to the Chinese are not “Sick man of East Asia”! Speaking of
One commercial that I think a majority can agree was humorous and lighthearted, was the Doritos vs. Mountain Dew advertisement. This was rightfully one of the top rated commercials by a numerous amount of people. Throughout this paper I will discuss the success and critiques of this
Specifically his solo’s contained a tremendous amount of souls making the piece juristically different from most singers. He picked just the right phrases and notes to emphasize while keeping it simple and clean. To add onto this his strong presence and the force of personality made the song ever more so irresistible to the listener. After listening to this song the first time, I knew that his voice was one of a kind to the point that it was unmatched, as he quickly become one of my favorite artists. Louis Armstrong went on to win the Grammy Award for the Song of the year for ‘Hello Dolly!’ in 1965 while also receiving another Grammy for the Best Male Vocal Performance., and was awarded the Grammy Lifetime Achievement Award in 1972.
Music through the years has evolved alongside humans and has served as a big mark for the times. Going back and listening to the popular music of a time era reflects a lot about the culture during the song's release. The early 90s to the early 00s music serves to be of particular interest as a wave of Latinx music managed to find a new audience in the United States market. Whether or not this specific subject is meaningful or not is subjective, but according to Hubert Dreyfus and Sean D. Kelly, authors of All Things Shining: Reading the Western Classics to Find Meaning in a Secular Age, the importance of a subject comes from the following conversation regarding it. While the music itself might not be able to cause such a meaningful conversation,
The study’s sample was a convenience sample in which residents from only a certain area (middle region) of Taiwan were studied. Therefore, the findings and results cannot be generalized to other long-term care residents in and outside of Taiwan. The reactive effects were a threat to external validity because the use of the self-reported Seven-day Physical Activity Recall (7 day PAR) to measure physical activity could have created an issue of social desirability or recall bias. In turn, this could then potentially create a Hawthorne