Cultural Diversity, the Cup Match and the Myth of the Bermuda Triangle

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Cultural Diversity, the Cup Match and the Myth of the Bermuda Triangle
This essay will examine the cultural diversity, the Cup Match, and the often Americanized myth of the Bermuda Triangle in relation to the island of Bermuda. After many long years of British colonial rule, the tragedy of the slave helped to bring about a diverse array of African peoples, South Americans, Europeans, and others to this island. With this diversity, the island became a way station for many centuries with the passing of many peoples to the New World through the West Indies. The British have created such famous traditions as the game of cricket over the years, resulting in the international popularity of the Cup Match. Also in my journey, the myth of the...
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.....sharing the island, it is no wonder that it supports a primarily tourist economy for travel and racial/ethnic tolerance and diversity. And while foreign cultural imports like the Bermuda Triangle are the media craze in America, many Bermudians seem to enjoy the greater benefits of cultural diversity through “non-fiction” versus that of science fiction on this beautiful tropical island.
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