What is Dyaspora? What does it mean? Its a strange word to say but what it means is much more important that how it looks and sounds. Dyaspora meansthe dispersion or spreading of something that was originally localized (as a people or language or culture. An essay was written titled "Dyaspora" by Joanne Hyppolite a Haitian born author who talks about a young womans struggles to be both Haitian and American, the young womans struggle trying to find her "Cultural identity".
In "Dyaspora" Hyppolite's uses an uncommon view when writing she addresses the audiance. She writes "you" which she is addressing a group of people. This is known as second person she uses this whenever she is refering to the audiance, she does for example when she remarks "in your neighborhood when you tell people you are from Haiti,they ask politely,"where's that?" You explain and because you seem okay to them,Haiti is okay to them."
Identity is a theme in the essay as the young woman who is struggling to figure is she more of a Haitian or an American. She describes her living features as an Haitian and how it compares to her when she is in America.
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www.randomhouse.com March 3, 2010; Joanne Hyppolite
‘The paradise on earth’
A teardrop-shaped island cast adrift in the Indian Ocean, Sri Lanka is filled with cultural and natural treasures. Indians, Portuguese, Dutch and British have all left their marks here, making for a delightful mix of ancient cities, monuments and grand colonial architecture. The vast and rich cultural diversity is one of Sri Lanka’s core identity. Sri Lankan culture is often reflected by the use of art, architecture, sculptures, and even spicy cuisine.
Sri Lanka formerly known as Ceylon has marked up to be a tourism destination for centuries. The well-known explorer Marco Polo stated that Sri Lanka was the finest island in the whole world.
The little island has so much to offer such as world heritage sites, soothing coasts, lush tea plantations, stimulating wildlife, well-preserved ruins, Ayurveda and wellness, and most importantly a very cosy climate.
Tourism is a fast growing sector in Sri Lanka and there are numerous hotels, guest houses, luxury boutique hotels, villas and bungalows which provides the best service for tourists and gives away much more than expected.
The Sri Lankan way of life is simple with great sense of hospitality, and this makes Sri Lanka one of the welcoming nations in the world.
Sri Lanka is blessed with the most fascinating holiday destinations. Right from the soothing coastal regions, stimulating wildlife, cultural phase, spicy cuisine and many more.