- Immigrants: A person who migrates to and settles in a country other than that of birthplace and upbringing.
and raised in the country.
- Multicultural: A society characterized by cultural pluralism—as in the cases of the United States and post-war
diversity), and may be contrasted with the assimilationist ideal assumed in many early studies of race,
ethnicity, and immigration.
- Cantonese: One of the major languages of China. Within the Chinese People's Republic it is spoken by c.50 million
spoken by most Chinese in Southeast Asia and the USA.
- Guangzhou: Largest city in s China, on the Pearl River; capital of Guangdong province. It has been an important trading
It is s China's leading industrial and commercial city. Industries: textiles, rubber products, shipbuilding.
Pop. (2005) 3,881,000.
- Changchun: Capital of Jilin, ne China. As Hsinking it was the capital (1932–45) of the Japanese-occupied) state of
- Fish: A cold‐blooded vertebrate animal that lives in water and breathes through gills; most fish have scales. In Christian
times some C of E associations willing to help those in need have adopted the symbol of a fish. From early times fish
has taken the place of meat on days of fasting and abstinence.
- Supermarkets: Big, retail, largely self-service store, often associated with shopping-centres. Supermarkets require
roofs, etc.A large self-service store that carries a wide variety of food, household products, and other goods,
which it sells in high volumes at relatively low prices
- Fresh: For food labelling and advertising purposes, the US Food and Drug Administration has defined fresh to mean a food that is raw, has never been frozen or heated, and contains no preservatives. (Irradiation at low levels is permitted.) ‘Fresh frozen’ and ‘frozen fresh’ may be used for foods that are quickly frozen while still fresh, and blanching before freezing is permitted.