It is universally known that nature itself is green. Green is a symbol of life and fertility. Therefore, having a green hair makes you associate well with nature and appreciate its beauty. It makes you synchronize with the wave of nature. Having a green hair also prevents you from obscurity. The general color of the hair is black, a color that makes it difficult to identify the presence of a human in the dark. But with a green hair, the presence of a human can easily be identified in the dark which may serve as safety from danger. Having a green hair is also a symbol of uniqueness, you feel special as a human. In addition, green blends with all colors, having a green hair gives you the privilege to choose apparels of varying colors.
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"Growing Up Asian in America" tells the story of Noda, an American girl who has Japanese ancestry and who has difficulties in associating the two cultures to which she is inserted. She has mixed feelings about her family because she doesn't understand why, even in America, her parents prefer to maintain Japanese traditions and act as if they prefer the Japanese culture and are more proud of it than American culture.
Noda did not feel Japanese, for her the American influence was very strong and that was what she identified with. This was negative because it prevented her from knowing all the cultural wealth that the Japanese side of the family could provide, but we can also see this in a positive way if we think that she was able to create a cultural identity, even though she was of Asian descent.
Noda's confusion about her family started to change when she understood the family's suffering during the war and how being Japanese hurt them a lot in the USA, but it also gave them a lot of strength to overcome all problems. This overcoming strength was what made her see her Japanese side with other eyes and was very proud to be Japanese, in addition to being American.