A Scattering of Seeds: The Creation of Canada
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Several aspects of Korean culture have been adopted by the wider Canadian community.

True. Korean heritage is rich in folk traditions that express their love of life and their drive toward self-achievement. Aspects of their culture range from dance, music, art and Tae Kwon Do, the art of self-defence which has become a popular practice in North America. Korean culture and heritage in Canada has been heightened through the exposure of the 1988 Seoul Olympics, the popularity of Korean automobiles, electronic and computer products, textiles, as well as the export of the world-renowned herb ginseng.

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