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  • Death Of Zheng He China
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    The situation, technology and resources of China all came together to help the Ming Dynasty to launch the seven voyages. The timing was perfect for the launch of the voyages. The Ming Dynasty was the responsible party for reclaiming the rule of China, under the Chinese people. The Chinese looked at the Mongol rule in China as an insult to the power and greatness of their land. China had a history, a culture and traditions that the Chinese felt were superior to the rest of the world. So when the ...
  • Selling Of Opium In China
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    "Coffee, Tea, or Opium?" In "Coffee, Tea, or Opium", the authors main point is that even at this point in history some rulers felt that drug importation throughout other countries was immoral for their economic and social status. China's commissioner for foreign trade, Lin Zex u wanted to stop the illegal importation of opium into his country. Lin saw that the opium trade was damaging the publics health and was bleeding China of its wealth. The emperor of Manchu had given Lin extensive power and...
  • 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...
  • Responsible For The Modernization Of China
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    Was Confucianism Responsible for China's Failure to Modernize How significant was China's more than 1000-year tradition of a stable, hierarchical, Confucian society in keeping China from seeing the need to modernize "If you can rule your own country, who dares to insult you", was a statement that Confucious had once said. Confucious was a very influential man and many people in China abide to his statements with feelings of great credence. China's modernization suffered severely because the peop...
  • Political Cooperation Between Kyrgyzstan And China
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    IR-5 The Chinese foreign policy priorities in Kyrgyzstan Kyrgyzstan is a state of the Central Asian region. Its situation has important geopolitical and geo-economic significance as a bridge connecting West and East, as well as North and South. At the present time Kyrgyzstan is in a period between a communistic past and a democratic future politically, economically, and ethno-historically. Kyrgyzstan, as with the other states of Central Asia, is a place where four civilizations converge: Europea...
  • Architect Of Economic Reform In China
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    Introduction Since the implementation of economic reform and opening up in 1978, China has adopted a pragmatic approach to running the economy which has resulted in a socialist market economy with Chinese characteristics. This socialist market economy has allowed China to maintain her socialist status but adopt practices of other advanced economies to modernise the country and to improve the standard of living for her people. For example, while land still belongs to the socialist state, the righ...
  • 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...
  • P.R. China
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    The current disparity of high / low technology as well as the income gap in the upper minority and lower majority in P.R. China in 2003, leaves one pondering how long can Deng Xiaoping ism last without another revolution. The writer estimates it will take only five to ten years before the Economic Revolution in China begins. And it will be bloody! More at my email by request. This is my tenth academic year in China. So you are counting, well let me just give you about two hundred and fifty words...
  • Effectiveness Of Soft Power Of A Country
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    Power, as one of the most regular and widely used words in today's society, has raised various debates and controversy in its application on international affairs. A decade or so earlier, Joseph S. Nye coined the term soft power! +/- (Nye 1990) which was developed as international power compared to military and economic power by him during the flowing years. From Nye's point of view, soft power is the ability to get desired outcomes because others want what you want. It is the ability to achieve...
  • My Trip To China
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    My parents immigrated to Canada in 1990 to escape the tyranny of the Chinese government and to build a better life in Canada. After listening to their stories of hardships and frustrations, I realized how fortunate I was to be living in the country I now called home. When the day came to revisit my homeland, I felt uncertain and nervous. Would I fit in? Would I like it there? These were some of the concerns that were racing through my mind. But as the trip progressed, I realized how much I enjoy...

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