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Course Number: COMMUNCATI 101, Fall 2013

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Abdulwahab Alkhudhari R/W: Lv4.1 Kuwait vs. US No one can deny that on the surface Kuwait is similar to the US and no matter from where people look at it, they will never be able to say which one is better. Because no one is able to distinguish Kuwait Culture from the US Culture. Kuwaiti culture in the latest year is becoming more and more like the US Culture in much aspect. In addition, I am sure that in the next...

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Alkhudhari R/W: Abdulwahab Lv4.1 Kuwait vs. US No one can deny that on the surface Kuwait is similar to the US and no matter from where people look at it, they will never be able to say which one is better. Because no one is able to distinguish Kuwait Culture from the US Culture. Kuwaiti culture in the latest year is becoming more and more like the US Culture in much aspect. In addition, I am sure that in the next five or 10 years all of the cultures around the world are going to collide into one big culture. Nevertheless, deep down inside there are a lot differences actually, Such as the Education, individualism and food. Education in Kuwait is very different from the education in US in many ways. For example in Kuwait, schools are not gender mixed like the ones in the USA. Also in Kuwait student have to attend school from 7 am to 1:30, but in the US students stay for another hour and half in school. I cannot say which one is better because each has its pros and cons. Kuwait is a collectivistic country. In contrast, US are an country. Individualistic individualistic is when people prefer to work alone and live in a one-man group society. Unlike, Collectivistic which is to work in groups, help each other and live in a big pack. For example, the wolf lives in a Pack, but the fox lives alone. Both of them have its own advantages and disadvantages and people cannot say which one is better because it depends on how people were raised. When people discuss their culture and traditions they always mention food .Because from where I am from food is important and everyone competes when it comes to food. The most famous food in Kuwait might be the chicken and rice with tomato sauce on the chicken and seasoning on the rice. However, in the US there is a lot of different kind of food. For example, in Central America, the favorite dish is the cheeseburger, but in the East Coast people, favorite food is pizza. At the end, there are differences between Kuwait and US deep down. That people cannot see and I think that only few people will notice the differences.

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