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Indonesian Culture
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What do you really know about Indonesia? Probably not much. Indonesia is not really a place that most Americans even give a second thought to - unless they’re surfers! Anyone who is into surfing knows that Indonesia has some of the most... (more »)
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Korean Culture
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            I was born in USA but I grew up in South Korea. So, I know well about Korean culture. When I was in Korea, my ordinary daily schedule was kind of tough. Because I woke up at 6 a. m and my high school... (more »)
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French Food Culture
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The American population is made up of all kinds of different races and cultures.  For hundreds and hundreds of years, many people from different countries all over the world have traveled to America, bringing their cultures and traditions... (more »)
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History of Rock This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Introduction to Rock and 1950’s Rock and Roll has been one of the most popular genres of music for decades.  Since rock and roll emerged in the 1950s, numerous popular sub genres and bands have formed.  Iconic rock songs from... (more »)
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Negril, Jamaica
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In 2011, my parents, my best friend, and I had the chance to experience Negril, Jamaica. It was my first trip out of the country and I was so stoked to go experience a different part of the world and knowledge how their culture is and how they... (more »)
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Taiwan- A New Journey, a New World
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After 13 exhausting hours on the Taiwan-bound flight of sleeping, pondering, watching and rewatching movies, my family and I finally landed in Taipei, Taiwan for a weeklong vacation to ring in the summer holidays. After we somehow sleepwalked... (more »)
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Technology and World Cultures This work is considered exceptional by our editorial staff.
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Technology is the basis of how society runs and how people live their lives. Technology can be as simple as a spoon, or as complex as a computer. As technology becomes more advanced, people are able to improve and adapt to the increasing... (more »)
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Stepping into the Unknown
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I am from a small town outside of Philadelphia where people live in their little Pennsylvania bubble. All girls have the same long straight hair, the same Nike sneakers and plays club soccer. They don’t feel the need to move out of their town... (more »)
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Not Soon Forgotten This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine. This work has won the Teen Ink contest in its category.
The events of September 11 made many look at freedom differently, since these attacks indirectly assaulted our freedom. But what about World War II? It was only 60 years ago. Wasn't our freedom assaulted then? Many hundreds of thousands of... (more »)
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Just One Photo This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
As I walked into the children's section of the Holocaust History Museum, I stopped dead in my tracks. I wasn't sure what I had been expecting … but certainly not this. It was dark with little flickering lights everywhere. Millions of... (more »)
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The Trip Of A Lifetime
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This summer I went on the vacation of a lifetime. My family and I spent the first three weeks of the summer in Europe. We were there to visit family on my dad’s side, but got the chance to do a lot of sightseeing while we were there. The ten... (more »)
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The Night of Broken Glass This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
In the autumn of 1938, German soldiers under the Nazi regime unleashed hell upon Jewish citizens. At first, soldiers dressed in the browns and blacks of horror destroyed Jewish businesses. But as the white sun rose to its zenith, indifferent to... (more »)
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The Little Paradise
Growing up, I've always dreamed of being able to have the luxury of traveling to places like Hawaii, California and the Caribbean just to relax on the beach or lazily float in the water under the hot sun. My great aunt and uncle were fortunate... (more »)
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Road Trips
When I was very little, my family and I began road trips to my grandmother's condo in Florida. We would drive past mountains, and hills. Barns with collapsed walls and old houses that have been through strong winds and have withstood severe... (more »)
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First Lesson at Ledo Rumai
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It was a cold and dreary Monday afternoon when the Papadopoulos’ car pulled up to the curb of Ledo Rumai. As I stepped out of the car with Mrs. Papadapoulu, Evi, and Catherine, the nervousness I had felt during the drive was replaced with a... (more »)
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Landing This work has been published in the Teen Ink monthly print magazine.
We always dreamed of flying – Being high above all that is human and tangible Being in a perilous balance between reality and what lies beyond – We’d watch the birds flutter and sway above our heads And land, our breath tight in our... (more »)
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