What comes to your mind first when talking about America? The White House? McDonald’s? Hollywood film? Or billboards in New York? Whatever, American culture has been a world-class phenomenon.

Let’s see 5 symbols which can represent American pop culture.

  1. Hollywood

Hollywood, sits in central Los Angeles, California, notable as the birthplace of many early American film studios (including Fox, Paramount and Warner Brothers), as well as the center of the current world film industry. Countless well-known directors and actors regard it as the existence of home. The annual Academy Awards are also held here. Although most films are no longer filmed here today, Hollywood is still the symbol of the American film industry or even the symbol of the world cultural resources.


  1. Super Bowl

The Super Bowl is the annual title race of the National Football League(NFL) where the champion of the National Football Conference(NFC) competes against the champion of the American Football Conference(AFC). It is the highest level of American football race in the world. The day on which the Super Bowl is played, now considered by some as an unofficial American national holiday, is called "Super Bowl Sunday". It is the second-largest day for U.S. food consumption, after Thanksgiving Day.  Because of the high viewership, commercial airtime during the Super Bowl broadcast is the most expensive of the year in the United States, leading to companies regularly developing their most expensive advertisements for this broadcast. As a result, watching and discussing the broadcast's commercials has become a significant aspect of the event. The pre-game and halftime ceremonies of Super Bowl are another big attraction, many pop singers and musicians such as Madonna, Justin Timberlake, Mariah Carey, Prince, Beyonce, The Rolling Stones Janet Jackson, Paul McCartney, Whitney Houston, and Lady Gaga have been come to sing live. Many people focus on the Super Bowl just for the show.


  1. Super Hero

Originally born in DC cartoon—superman, as the first cartoon superhero, has long become a symbol of American culture. The red S on Superman's chest is not only a symbol of Superman but also a symbol of superhero culture. The amazing adventure stories and worldwide popularity have influenced subsequent characters, such as in music, comedy, and scripts. The success of Superman paved the way for the emergence of many similar roles, such as Batman, Magic Woman and Black Panther.


  1. Hotdog

Sandwiches, with baked or cooked sausages in hotdog buns, can accurately describe the fast-paced culture of American life. Although the sausage was introduced from Germany, it became popular in the United States. Hot dogs have long been street food for working Americans and usually linked with American baseball.


  1. Hip hop

If you don’t know Jay-z and Kanye West, you are totally out of time now. There are also many other famous Hip-hop signers in the world. Hip-hop was originally a non-mainstream culture of African Americans in New York, but it is now popular in every corner of the world. Hip-hop music has been the language of urban environments and youth around the world. Four elements, considered as the essential to understand hip hop musically, are rapping, DJ, breakdancing, and graffiti art.  

Other elements of hip hop subculture and art movements beyond the main four are beatboxing; hip hop culture and historical knowledge of the movement (intellectual/philosophical); street entrepreneurship; hip hop language; and hip hop fashion and style, among others. The fifth element is commonly considered either street knowledge, hip hop fashion, or beatboxing; however, it is often debated.


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