The notion and aspect of acculturation on the other hand refers to the changes, advancements, modification and overall changes that a specific culture adheres to relative to the surrounding communities or environment. It is to imply that a community, society or a people are likely to adhere to the way of life of another culture the moment they come into contact with that particular culture (Neumark-Sztainer, Dianne, et al 319).
In the conventional sense and aspect, people who move to other places or society are highly likely to embrace the way of life of that particular society. For instance, the Chinese living in the United States of America are most likely to embrace the way of life of the larger American society as a way of keeping up with the realities of the society at that point in time or experience something newer in their lives.
Accordingly, this essay will analyze and examine the chronological changes of the Chinese Americans tending towards embracing the cultural principles and eating patterns of the larger society of the United States of America. This is to say that the authentic, traditional and classic eating aspects of the Chinese have changed or have been modified to comply with the popular trends in the United States of America. It implies that the Chinese living in the United States of America have changed their meal times, way of cooking, ingredients and the style of preparing their food as was known and held in the traditional and authentic Chinese society. In principle, this paper would examine in a holistic manner and aspect the exact impact of acculturation regarding how the meal times of the Chinese was revered (Lv and Cason 337). Secondly, it would explore the changes that have occurred and have been recorded on how the Chinese cook their meals including their shift from their traditionally known spices and ingredients.
In the recent past, there have been instances and aspects of change in the way the Chinese Americans live their