Jessica Rosa Illi
Anything to Succeed
Is education really worth everything
24 May 2014
In Hua Yu’s novel China in Ten Words, one reads about Hua’s experiences growing up in China. The website Chinese Dream shows how the Chinese looks up to America. Like the American Dream, the Chinese dream is pointed toward the more fortunate and rich people that always dream about the perfect life.
The “American Dream” of China
Due Date: 5/24/2014
Trust is essential for relationships, and without it the relationship cannot progress. In China in Ten Words Yu Hua experiences his first interaction with false relationships. In his second grade class all the teachers would stand together and gossip during recess, appearing to best friends. But one-day Hua’s teacher gleefully informs him that one of her “friends” has been put in custody for being relatives with a landlord.
Revolution! Yu Hua writes about revolution in his book China in Ten Words. He in his “Revolution” chapter writes about how a classmate got blacklisted the one thing that come to mind is the red scare. And how people here in the USA got blacklisted as well.
The Chinese Dream
On this website, (Chinese dream), China portrays to the English speaking world how its citizens are not that different from the rest of the world. They have the same type of desires of a comfortable living standard, wealth, owning a home, and a good retirement. This information is laid out in a manner that seeks to convince the English speaking population that, while China is striving to provide a higher standard of living, it is doing so in a non-threating manner.
Ministry of Education of the People's republic of China, nd
Web May, 22, 2014
Hua, Yu China in Ten Words
New York, Printed, Anchor 2012
May, 24, 2014
Education in China
English Video Assignment