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China Essays

During the early decades of the 13th century the Mongol military launched an expansion campaign that had a significant impact on many of the great empires of world. Under Genghis Khan and his predecessors much of Tibet, China, Persia, Iraq, Asia minor, and southern Russia came under Mongol rule. The...

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The purpose of this paper is to take an in depth look at the macroeconomic aspects of China. This includes a general background of the country, and the China's Gross Domestic Product. Background China houses the largest number of people of any country, and is the biggest nation on the...

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An online article on South China Morning Post claims China is unhappy with criticism from Malaysian Prime Minister Dr. Mahathir Mohamad. This is a contrast with Chinese view of Dr. Mahathir during his previous stint as Malaysian Prime Minister when he was critical of the west and proved himself to...

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The monument that is classified as UNESCO protected has three layouts that were constructed based on stringent philosophical requirements. The three are the Hall of Prayer for Good Harvests, The Imperial Vault of Heaven and The Circular Mound Altar. These different sectors in the monument were used to fulfill a...

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It is difficult to imagine a world where China hasn't been a serious economic contender. China's reputation as such, however, is a relatively recent development. Beginning in the nineteenth century after a series of international and domestic disasters, China strove to regain it's former global economic and technological superiority in...

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Background Scientists have determined that the Himalayans glaciers, also known as “the Third Pole” because their number is only exceeded by the glaciers of the Arctic and Antarctica, are some of the fastest retreating glaciers in the world. (Hughes & Bediones, 3) The cause of this glacial retreat has been...

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Globalization has not only significantly influenced the commercial sector but also education-related activities. The number of international students in various institutions of learning, particularly higher learning continues to grow annually. Chinese students form a considerable percentage of individuals studying internationally. Consequently, scholars have explored the impacts that studying broad have...

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On May 4, 1919, the Tiananmen square was covered with more than 3 million Chinese students. They protested against the 156th article of the Treaty of Versailles, according to which Japan established a protectorate over the Chinese province of Shandong. These protests gave birth to one of the most powerful...

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What is Chinese Privet? Chinese Privet (LISI) is a plant known to affect the ecosystem on a large-scale simply because of its ability to displace native vegetation. Think of what happened when the explorers came to America for the first time. Disease spread from the Europeans and wiped out a...

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Kearney and Knight wrote “Our Misery and Despair” to promote the social cause they believed in at the time. Their appeal was a powerful response to the corruption, bribery, and cronyism in the 19th century United States. Rich people with political influence who would now be labeled as ‘oligarchs’ are...

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Individuals who have developed passion or interest in the particular subject or societal aspect write history. In-depth, analysis of historical materials reveals the steps and procedures that historians take in making accounts and description of past events. The initial stages of writing history involve conducting intensive and extensive research on...

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Asian philosophies have very different worldviews and values than mainstream Western philosophies. There are recurring themes of harmony, non-intrusion and finding one's place and carrying out one's role in harmony with others. These are very interesting ideas, especially when compared to mainstream American religion and philosophy. Both conservative Christians and...

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1. From a Bachelor society to Family Unification – The Re-making of Chinese America. How did this come about? Zhao traces a number of influential forces that transformed the predominately male population of Chinese Americans in 1940 to a society of mixed families in 1965. In the first place, he...

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As Terry Hird began his Google talk, the first thing that popped into mind was how very different American and Chinese cultures are. This first thought on the issue was later echoed in Hird’s statement about negotiation being in one’s DNA – that “It’s the way they’re raised, it’s their...

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Founded in 2006, Guangdong Jianke Pharmaceutical is a private company that operates several pharmacies, four small hospitals, as well as www.jianke.com, a popular online pharmacy known for its competitive prices and excellent customer service (Bloomberg, 2018; Pitch Book, 2017). Jianke seeks to improve the Chinese healthcare sector by integrating new...

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The lives of Chinese youth during the Tang Dynasty were largely determined by the history, the gender and family status. While there is little evidence of the everyday lives during that time, research regarding a number of areas provides some insight regarding opportunity paths, expectations and realities of children and...

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Introduction China has undergone significant developments at both the economic and social stages, but the same carries environmental destruction and social conflict associated with the economy's rapid renovation. The country's efforts to embrace and match globalization standards make it stand as an idyllic model for other countries, as it claims...

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China faces a cruel problem. The factors that were the foundation of its economic success will no longer work. What should China do? China should change its one-child-per-family policy and allow its citizens to choose the number of children they would wish to have. This will allow families to have...

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There have been many instances in the international markets where one country imposes tariffs and trade protection in order for one country to protect its products. This kind of scenario is witnessed in the article U.S. Imposes 266% Duty on Some Chinese Steel Imports. According to the article, the United...

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How have Chinese people reacted to their new wealth in terms of the way they spend both their money and their time? China’s newfound wealth has dramatically altered the lifestyles of those positively impacted, and many of China’s newly wealthy have jettisoned traditional culture in favor of voracious consumption, and...

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China has been experiencing a rapid economic growth during recent couple of decades. It has become a major production site for many international companies and global brands which has influenced the lives of local population a great deal, providing them with opportunity to earn better financial standing than earlier generations...

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There are many beliefs and practices that revolve around the experiences of childbearing and childrearing in Chinese culture. These practices and beliefs are believed to achieve optimal health for both the mother and baby. There are a number of childbearing and childrearing practices that are associated with the Chinese heritage,...

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In the Chinese culture of religious philosophy the Mandate of Heaven which originated during the Zhou Dynasty, determined by method of virtue whether an emperor was qualified to rule, as well, if obligations as emperor are not fulfilled he loses both the Mandate and rights as emperor. Four basic concepts...

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Though the Han and the Yuan dynasties are some of the most well known dynasties of China, there were other dynasties that occurred between the two. The Han Dynasty began in 206 BCE, and ended around 220 CE. For example, there was the Six Dynasties period, which was a time...

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The Taiping lost in the civil war for various reasons. First, the Taiping rebellion was inherently a peasant rebellion that was inept at general planning, politics and economics (History of China 2018). Apart from people who held leadership positions, a majority of the Taipings belonged low social class. Second, there...

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