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  • Nike's Current Strategy For China
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    Nike's Plan for China Nike and Expansion in China Nike is already a global power house, however the potential to increase sales in China was the topic of the most recent annual investor meeting. One may question Nike's preoccupation with China. After all, Nike China is dominant. They are currently the number one brand with the number one market share while competitors Reebok and Adidas are in 4th and 5th places respectively. They have tripled revenue in the last two years. With 2000 points of sa...
  • Boxers And Imperial Soldiers Along The Way
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    Throughout the nineteenth century China's emperors watched as foreign powers began to encroach closer and closer upon their land. Time after time, China was forced to make embarrassing concessions. Foreign militaries more modernly armed would constantly defeat the imperial armies. As the dawn of a new century was about to begin, Empress Tsu Hsi of the Ch " ing Dynasty searched for a way of ridding her empire of the foreign invaders. Germany, Great Britain, France, Italy, Japan, and Russia all cl...
  • Dust Of A Nation Red Dust
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    Dust of a nation Red Dust: A Path Through China Ma JianChatto & Wind us 12, pp 324 On 18 August 1983 the Chinese poet and painter Ma Jian turns 30. His ex-wife has just pronounced him a political criminal and forbidden him to see his daughter. His girlfriend has taken up with a convict and betrayed him to the police. His painting is no good: 'Not one of his paintings,' notes a colleague, 'conveys the joy and excitement of life under the Four Modernisation's. ' He has long hair and wears denim. T...
  • One Tomb Of A Very Important Emperor
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    GEOGRAPHY China is located in East Asia. Ancient China is surrounded by Gobi Desert in the north, the Pacific Ocean in the east, the Himalayan Mountains in the southwest, and the Taklimakan desert in the west. This land has a wide variation of animals because of the different habitats provided for them. Most farming was done in the very fertile lands of the Yangtze valley. Present China is much bigger than Ancient China, which means that over time, the kings and different dynasties went gaining ...
  • Shape Peace And Security Issues Toward China
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    China China is a Communist Republic government. This means that the government regulates, sets rules, and runs most business in China. However, the increase in a worldwide economy around the middle of the 20th century caused China to evaluate their government and decide that something must be done to stimulate the Chinese economy and bring entrepreneurs to China otherwise they will be left behind in the forever-growing global economy. In fact, China has changing a lot from the past 30 years, and...
  • Golden Age Of China
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    The Golden Ages: Greece, Rome, and China The Golden Ages of Greece, Rome, and China were periods when certain cultures reached many achievements in certain fields. These fields could include drama, poetry, sculpture, philosophy, architecture, math or science. Their achievements in education, technology, and government have greatly influenced modern society. The artistic and literal legacies of these periods continue to instruct and inspire people today (Beck 120). In Ancient Greece, the great he...
  • Chinese Products For A Week
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    Philosophy 18 April 7, 2001 Chinese Boycott of Products I was trying to give some aid toe the relief of the Tibetans by boycotting the products made by the Chinese. My goal was to avoid the products produced in china for a total of 3 weeks. This was meant to be an easy thing to do and for and easy grade. However, I found that to be much to the contrary. I found that everything that I wonted was made in China. And out of the things that weren't I couldn't afford, or just plain didn't want. One of...
  • China's Constitution Guarantees Gender Equality
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    "Women in China- Then and Now" Traditionally, the family has been the most important unit of Chinese society, and holds true till today. Over the last couple of years or so, new definitions of women's roles have been formed as many Chinese women have received higher education, have joined the work force, begun to compete with men, and become financially independent. Confucianism and the Communist movement greatly influenced the role of women and the family structure in China. Classical literatur...
  • China's Rulers
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    This is not a deer Bad Elements by Ian Buruma 367 pp, Weidenfeld Chinese dissidents do not get much attention these days. Newspaper stories are few and far between. The latest item in a search on Google - reporting a four-year sentence for somebody who posted criticism of President Jiang Zemin on the internet - dates back to January. That conforms to the current mantra about China. Forget human rights, let alone democracy; it's the economy, stupid. All that matters is whether Chinese exports wil...
  • West Deng
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    Deng Xiaopeng Deng Xiaopeng was a good leader for China though at times Deng hit some bumpy roads and was said to infringe some of the Chinese rights still Deng controlled China with order and efficiency. Deng raised Chinas economy to national high all around. Deng also strengthened its political status up to that of a very powerful country. Though Deng did things bad his achievements rose above his failures. As newfound leader of communist China after Maos death Dengs first goal was to raise th...
  • China's Economic Power
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    It seems strange to me that I have underestimated China's economic power for all this time. After reading and doing the site work, I have concluded that China is in fact a very powerful nation with a vast supply of natural resources and material goods. The amount the country exports to others astonishes me. I've always known it was a leader in a few agricultural crops but never realized the extent of the rest of their products. For many years the economy of China has been in good standing with C...
  • Cui Jian And His Music
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    In 1961, Cui Jian was born in an ethnically Korean family in Beijing, and was immediately surrounded by an atmosphere of music and dance, for his father was a professional trumpet player in an air force band and his mother a member of a Korean minority dance troupe. Living on an unmilitary base, Jian spent a very happy childhood, as he said, "Born in the People's Republic of China, Growing up under the red flag, I feel I am the happiest person in the world and the rest of the world is suffering"...
  • Investors As China Telecom
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    Dear Sir, I am a Chinese student currently studying in Singapore. I am writing this letter on behalf of all the China Telecom users who are abroad but concerned of our Chinese companies. I just learned that China Telecom raised connection charges for long-distance calls to China to at least 17 US cents per minute, which is about an eightfold rise. According to your announcement, this adjustment was done to! ^0 raise the charges to the standard it should be! +/-, to! ^0 crack down on illegal form...
  • Its Large Demand For Chicken Products
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    Firstly, they establish that the fundamental mission of all firms is to make a profit. KFC is to locate in China because there are large prospective economic gains. In 2002, China had a Gross Domestic Product of over 1.2 trillion dollars (US) growing at a steady boom of 8% from last year. These incredible numbers are even more promising when one realizes that most of this growth is from a private investment binge and robust consumer spending on cars and houses. According to the state development...

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