Multicultural, faux or not? Living in Canada gives Canadians pride in knowing that multiculturalism impacts and influences all who are a part of our community. Canada is a nation that continues to portray its country as a multicultural entity which accepts individuals of different races to reside and claim citizenship supporting a multicultural policy. Many are lured to this country due to the false proclaim of a harmonious society that will open doors for opportunities of employment, health care
Subaltern Studies and Discourse Analysis. It gives the basic idea of post-colonialism as it is necessary to know about post-colonialism to understand subaltern theory. The postcolonial theory studies the ‘Third World’ nations as they are put in the margin by the ‘First World’ nations. Postcolonial literature is internally a diverse cluster of writers and writers. The postcolonial writers are involved in the struggle against the colonialism/imperialism and such works are as odd as the struggle against it.
Canadian Pacific Railway, a significant part of Canada as this railway created the connection between the East and West Coast of Canada. However, the accomplishments of the Chinese and their contributions to the railway created an image that Canadians were welcoming to immigrant workers, which was not the case. In this essay, we will be exploring the scholarly
Mudik or Pulang Kampung originally means activity of migrant worker called merantau in Bahasa to return their hometown to celebrate Idul Fitri (Lebaran in Bahasa) with their family, the religious feast in Moslem calendar. There is no idea when this tradition begins exactly in Indonesia. Today mudik or homecoming, not only affiliate with Moslem, but it has been practice in other religion and become national tradition in every Indonesian religious feast day event. While according to demography, mudik
intelligent and beautiful young woman. More importantly, as a fellow student of Kamaluddin she engages in erudite conversations with him and freely befriends other men. This is revolutionary as it is fifteenth-century India. The nature of relationships between men and women undergo a dramatic shift when the British colonialists arrive
binary positioning of the social order in finer and substandard sections was frequently uttered through the idea of a traditionally de-contextualised consistent society into which the immigrants were expected to assimilate. The appearance of multiculturalism in Britain transpired concurrently with these vague postcolonial renovations as the non-white immigration from the Commonwealth was going ahead. Panikos Panayi, in his article “Multicultural Britain: a very brief history”,
“He knew he was a foreigner but he had lost the notion that he was anything but an Indian foreigner...”( 220). Though Desai describes a majority of Nepalese living in Kalimpong area, she does not speak about any mutual influences between Indians and Nepalese. There are no influences mentioned except for the fact that Nepalese were disadvantaged by the Indians. Western influence was found among many people and the Eastern culture did not influence as the western. Most of the characters