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  • Westernize Japan
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    How Western Imperialism affects China and Japan China and Japan had very different experiences with Western Imperialism. Their reactions to western interference would lay a foundation for their destiny in a world that was rapidly progressing forward, leaving the traditional world behind. China viewed themselves as totally self sufficient, superior, and the only truly civilized land in a barbarous world. They were inward looking and were encouraged by the conservative Confucianist ic beliefs of t...
  • Japan And China
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    Lytton Commission We, representatives of the League of Nations, would like to give our League of Nations Official Pronouncement following the events of the Mukden Incident and the formation of Manchukuo. First of all, we would like to list the facts accepted by both Japan and China. On the 18th of September, 1931, a track of the Southern Manchurian Railway was detonated by a bomb. As a result of this detonation, the Japanese army advanced into Manchuria thus creating a puppet state, Manchukuo. C...
  • China Japan Under Imperialism Japan
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    China / Japan Under Imperialism Japan was to old ways they were using traditions that were thousands of years old and they Japanese were shut off and isolated for the rest of the world they really didn't get vary many visitors from other places and when they did I think they welcomed them to find out what they had and how the thing they had could be useful to there people. They welcomed modernization they were amazed by the power and the technology that the United States had when they were there...
  • Japan And China
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    Imperialism is the practice by which powerful nations or peoples seek to extend and maintain control or influence over weaker nations or peoples. By the 1800's, the Western powers had advantages in this process. They led the world in technological advances, giving them a dominance when conquering other countries. The European Imperialists made attempts to conquer China and Japan. In this process, they succeeded by influencing Japan greatly. However, they were not as successful with China. At the...
  • China And Japan From 1500 To 1800
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    China and Japan From 1500 to 1800, China and Japan tried to politically and economically established their countries in very different ways. Japan fought war after war for a century before they changed their ways. China on the other hand slowly established a government and used education as a tool to be politically and economically strong. Japan would later do the same. China was one of the most politically and economically strong countries during 1500-1800. The state was identified as family. I...
  • Alone To China's Continued Economic Growth
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    Japanese were encouraged by the outcome of the most recent U.S. - China summit in October. Although uncertainties remain, and there are serious differences of views and positions between the U.S. and China, it was encouraging to see that the two principal actors on the Asia-Pacific scene seem to be more willing to cooperate rather than confront. In my view, this is only a part of the broader process in which the U.S., Japan and China are currently engaged, with the basic question being: How can ...
  • Japan And The Imperial Court
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    Japan, a country made up of islands, has a very extensive history that goes along with it. Recorded Japanese history beings about A.D. 400. It is believed that Japan was created by the sun goddess, from whom the emperors descended. The first emperor was Jimmy, who supposedly ascended the throne in 660 B.C. There " re two main reasons for this report. To give people an overview of Japanese History, and what happened to make it what it has become. Also, to give a better understanding on what happe...
  • War Between China And Japan
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    What was Japan planning to do that led them to attack Pearl Harbor on December 7 1941? Japan was going through a hard time like every other nation, but Japan wasn't going to go down with this depression easily. Japan thoughts of expanding their economy to the other parts of Asia where there would be more resources that can help their economy get back up. But doing so will cause a confrontation with other nation that rule over parts of Asian countries, like the United States. Because of this, the...
  • Most Powerful Man In Japan
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    In Japan And Its World, by Marius B. Jansen, Jansen describes the changing ideas the Japanese have had of themselves and the Western world as well as the ideas the Americans has had of the Japanese. The Japanese have had to adapt to a different world and yet go from a weak country to a major power in today's world. In the book Japan From Shogun To Sony, by John R. Roberson, Roberson principally discusses a brief history of Japan. He also discusses Japans hardships and what it had to overcome to ...
  • China And Japan
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    The Comparison Between China and Japan The reason why I choose the country between China and Japan for my comparison is. China and Japan located in the same continent both of them produce many export goods. But China's export is mainly in workforce and Japan's export is mainly their goods that they invented themselves, such as Cars and electric. China and Japan is located in Asia. China is the most populous country in the world with number of people crossing 1.298 billion in 2004 and Japan have ...
  • Help Of The Soviet Union China
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    In 1949 the cold war spread from Europe to Asia, affecting everyone in its path. China, Japan, and Vietnam were three countries affected by the Cold War. Out of these three countries China was the countries that was affected the most. The reason why China was affected the most is because its government, economy, and society were all affected by the Cold War. Chinas government was effected because it changed from a Nationalist government, that was supported by the United States, to a communist go...
  • Roles In The Post Cold War Japan
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    International Relations Of Asia STRATEGIC GEOMETRY 'This is the only region in the world where so many combinations and permutations of two- three and four- and even two plus four or three plus three-power games can be played on the regional chessboard with all their complexities and variations. ' introduction The concept of strategic geometry comprises the notion that that the interactions and interconnections between a number of political actors within a particular system of international rela...
  • Japan And China
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    Out of the U.S., Japan, and China, I think Japan has the best standard of living. The first reason is their health. Life expectancy is how long the people of that country live, or the quality of their health. In Japan, females live to be 83.45, and males live to be 77.13. In the United States, females live to be 79.75, and males live to be 73.04. In China, females live to be 71.9, and males live to be 68.82. Another important factor in health is number of hospital beds. The number of hospital be...
  • Japan's Successes In Foreign Policy
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    A major part of Japan's history from the late Nineteenth Century up to 1914 was military aggression. During this period there were many economic, social and political pressures that facilitated military expansion. Japanese militarism manifested on the Asian mainland in wars, aggression and military presence on foreign soil. Japan's foreign policy was influenced by it's government, education, religion and social structure. Economic pressures facilitating military expansion up to 1914. Japan was a...
  • Japan The Sino Japanese War
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    "In reality the Sino-Japanese war (1894) had little significance for both the participants and other nations". How far do you agree or disagree with this statement Contrary to the above statement, the Sino-Japanese War had important ramifications in Asia and internationally. Firstly, the outcome of the war had great significance in both China and Japan, it's participants. It also resulted in reverberations around the international community concerning the new power allocations in Asia that would...
  • Largest Trading Partner Of Japan And China
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    Japanese economy has been in a slow phase for almost a decade now. Despite changing prime ministers every one or two years, over the last ten years, and despite numerous supplementary measures to revive, the economy has not been picked up. Though some pundits are saying that the Japanese economy would not pick up until the United States economy picks up, from the slowdown following September 11th incident, it may be wishful thinking. The U.S. economy was growing ten years, from 1990 till 2000, a...
  • Japan's Ambassador To London
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    Hayashi Tadasu Hayashi Tadasu, a famous ambassador, studied English with Dr. Hepburn in Yokohama, Japan, who was responsible for the organization of the Japanese language, he later went to study at University College, London, but had to return to Japan on the downfall of the Tokugawa government, and joined the Tokugawa forces but was captured and imprisoned in Ten ma-cho, Nihonbashi. Only for the intervention of a British diplomat and Mrs. Hepburn his life was saved. In 1889 he was appointed the...
  • Rapid Industrial And Economic Developments
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    During 1861-1912, both China and Japan made attempts to strengthen themselves. In China, there were the Self-Strengthening Movement of 1861 -94, the Hundred Days! | Reform of 1898 and the Late Qing Reform of 1901-11. These attempts to strengthen China were mainly caused by China's defeats in wars, the anti-government movements, foreign aggression and natural disasters. On the other hand, in Japan, there was the Meiji reforms with the aim of turning Japan into a modern state, so that the Japanese...
  • Japanese Army In Manchuria
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    Manchuria, in northeast China, was rich in natural resources and suitable for agriculture. Japan had been eyeing this territory for a long time and wanted its resources. The Japanese saw its take-over at the first step to a probable occupation of China. In 1905, Japan had defeated Russia and had taken over Russia's economic and railway rights in Manchuria in agreement with the peace treaty. The Japanese army, stationed in Manchuria to defend Japan's interest, had long harboured the thought of co...
  • Japan Land Of The Rising Sun
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    Japan is a country in Eastern Asia that first started out as people who were hunters and gatherers. Then came into rice cultivation during the Yayo i Period. Later, Prince Shoto ku founded the constitution of Japan in 1889 during the Meiji Era. During the Kamakura Period Japan was ruled by the Samurais, or the warrior class. Then became the center of an empire that included Taiwan, Korea, Manchuria, most of eastern China, southern Sakhalin, and the Marshall and Mariana Islands in the Pacific. Th...

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