My Family Background Essay
Lin Yadanar Reg. 1701
Mr. Lamarre 9/24/2013
3.3 Investigation and analysis of family history (Plan Ahead) There were many different things about my family history because my parents both came from a different family background. The one thing my grandparents have in common is that they are Chinese. One different thing is that they are born in separate places. My grandparents on my father’s side were born in China then came to Burma, while my grandparents on my mother’s side were born in Burma. Another interesting thing they had in common is that they opened a coffee shop during their 20s. My grandparents on my father’s side were born in China. Then they came to Yangon, Burma to get better business. They opened a coffee shop in Yangon for about 30 years and moved to Mergui and opened a coffee shop there. Then they had eight children, my dad is the fourth oldest. The first baby they had was a daughter, and then they had three sons. After that they had a daughter again and had two more sons. Then in the end, they had one last daughter. All of them helped out in the coffee shop until they went away to Japan. The first one to go to Japan was the second youngest one in the family. He went to Japan to get a better education and returned after ten years with his wife. Four years after that, my oldest uncle also went to Japan to get better business and came back after five years. While he was still there, my father and mother got married. Then in 1995, my third uncle went to Japan also to get better business and came back after ten years. Then the youngest aunt went to Japan in the year 2000 to find better business and came back after five years. Then my youngest uncle went to Korea in 2001 to get better business with his wife. My grandparents on my mother’s side were born in Burma even though their parents were Chinese. Before they met, they both had a coffee shop and then when my grandfather got older, he married my.
What was his name?
Do you know anything about his life work?
Where does the action take place?
What do you know about the place?
Draw a map of Greece and locate the island on it. What’s its name in English? And in Greek?
Why do you think the family moves to that particular island? What was the relation of the island with GB during the XIX XXth centuries?
How many houses does the family occupy? Why do they move so much?
Make a list of the animals that appear in the book. The biggest exception is that the individuals are not assigned to particular roles. This means that our roles as individuals provide organized chaos as we rotate from situation to situation. These role rotations allow my family to experience both enmeshment and disengagement. An example of this would be when a family member ends a romantic relationship the family tends to become disengaged and experiences differentiation. However, in the event of a family tragedy the family experiences higher levels of enmeshment and lower levels of differentiation. However, neither of these ever reached a significant extreme, which in my opinion, allows the family to be highly adaptive and mange high level of anxiety.
A couple of years ago my father experienced sharp pains throughout his chest and was hospitalized for several days. The medical staff instructed him not to exert himself, consequently the rest of my immediate family came together to help with my father’s obligations. The individual who was impacted the most was my.
Topic 1 Now get specific! Write 5 8 sentences on the topic and support your thoughts with examples.