The Success of Chinese Restaurants in the West

This essay discusses the reasons why Chinese restaurants are popular, from the perspective of a Chinese restaurant owner. Kapur attributes the success of Chinese restaurants to the fact that they offer good food at a reasonable price, and explains that this is due to the discrimination against Chinese immigrants in the past, who were forced to open small businesses like restaurants.

The Islamic Movement in Southern Africa: A History

This essay looks at the history of Islam in southern Africa, and how the modern Islamic movement has been influenced by decolonization and independence. It also discusses the role of Islamic organizations in the development of the Islamic movement in Namibia and Swaziland.

The Crisis in Rome: Causes and Consequences

The essay discusses the crisis in Rome, its causes and effects. The city inspection is a government program that checks on the living conditions of immigrants and other vulnerable groups. The inspectors often find overcrowded and unsanitary conditions, as well as evidence of exploitation and abuse.

The Struggle to Preserve Cultural Identity in the Face of Acculturation: A Comparison of Pat Mora’s “Immigrants” and Tahira Naqvi’s “Brave We Are”

This essay compares and contrasts two poems about immigrants and their experience of acculturation. “Immigrants” by Pat Mora focuses on the challenges that immigrants face while trying to preserve their cultural identity, while “Brave We Are” by Tahira Naqvi celebrates the fact that immigrants are brave enough to leave their homes and start a new life in a foreign country.

The History and Development of Salsa Music

This essay discusses the emergence of salsa music and its development from a historical point of view. It covers the origins of the genre in the Caribbean region in the 1960s, its popularity growth in the 1970s due to Latin American immigrants in the US, as well as some of the greatest salsa artists who have contributed to its development.

The 1930s: A Decade of Change in America

The 1930s were a time of great change in America. The country was plunged into the Great Depression, but the American people persevered. The decade was marked by great strides in science and education, as well as by the rise of radio culture. The synthetic products and technologies developed during this time changed American life forever.

The Bush Plan on Immigrants: Pros and Cons

The Bush plan on immigrants, also known as the temporary worker program, is a proposed solution to the issue of illegal immigration in the United States. The program would allow businesses to sponsor foreign workers for three-year work visas, after which the workers could apply for renewal of their visas. There are many benefits to the economy and society that would result from this plan, but there are also some concerns about how it would affect local workers and job markets.