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Overcoming culture shock

I have a friend from United States and he always tells me about the things that they usually do there and I discovered that we both have some things in common, some foods and music, also we both have Rodeo, surfing, soccer and some of our holidays that we celebrate and that we have adopted from there like Christmas or Halloween. 169 more words

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Overcoming Cultural Shock

On my summer vacation I went with my boyfriend to visit his family to Chiloe. When we arrived, some people look us with disdain because we were from Santiago. 219 more words

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Overcoming cultural shock.

About two summers ago, when I visited  my aunt from Castro, for the second time of the year, she invited me to meet people of the family of my uncle in Ancud so, why not to go? 177 more words

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Overcoming Culture Shock

Two years ago in my school, we were learning about Islam, so we had to go to a mosque with my classmates and my History teacher. 189 more words

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New quiz question 4/17. Expires 4/18 at 11PM. Bet now if you know the answer.

Question: There are fourteen socks in a room with you, and you are blind. A few of the socks are white, some of the socks are red, and several of the socks are blue. 206 more words

My Overcoming Culture Shock Experience

It was quite difficult for me to identify an episode of my own life that could be considered as a culture shock, but then something came to my mind, a chapter of my family that now looks far in my memory: our exodus from Osorno (South of Chile) to Santiago. 187 more words

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Three years ago, when i went to Yungay, I noticedthat people are very affectinate, for example when I meet the groom’s family of my cousin, they were very afectionate with people, kissing and huggins in the face a lot, for me it was not common, but much affection for them it was. 167 more words

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