The Chinese new year Name Professor Institution Course Date Introduction The Chinese New Year is similarly described as the spring festival. The spring festival is very important for it marks the Chinese New Year. It is on the first day of the first most days of the Chinese Lunar calendar. It is also referred to as the lunar festival. The people of China love the spring festival just as the people of Canada love the Christmas. It is the most splendid festival that marks the Chinese meeting and gatherings. It is also the longest among all the holidays of the year. It pulls the families together for games and entertainment. The Doctors get to meet their parents and friends. The people get to visit their grannies and the elders of the family and friends for pleasure. It is time when the Chinese get to eat the food they don’t have over the year. The people also have time to relax from their jobs for they have a long time without attending the work. It is also the time the Chinese children enjoy gifts from their elders. The people also get to know their culture as they are involved in riddles and story sharing. References. youtu.be P. (2010). Chinese New Year. New York Times 1. [...]
1. Your general purpose is to inform. Tell the audience about one specific topic of cultural diversity. Below are possible topics to consider. Explain the customs, holidays, traditional cuisine, or dress of a nation where your ancestors came from. Examples: Polish, Asian, German, Cherokee, Greek, Spanish, Albanian, Italian…everything works! Other ideas have included: Cinco de Mayo, El dia de los Muertos, Japanese tea ceremony, Chinese New Year, Quinceanera, Chaldean culture, Geesia, Honduran Garifeena, Kwanzaa, Greek Orthodox Easter Inform your audience about the political/economic trends of another country. 2. You need to do research and include one source of information to provide documentation for your speech. Documentation should be in APA style format (Don’t forget to cite the source in your speech!) The source cannot be a “personal communication.” 3. You need to have a visual aid. Review the text about effective visual aids. This can be artifact, family picture, map, etc., but only 1 visual on the overhead may be used. You cannot flip through slides. 4. Prepare an outline to turn it at the time you present. This outline must include the entire introduction, conclusion, and specific purpose statement. 5. Include reference page.