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  • China In Its Development
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    China China is a land of beauty and fascination that tempts travelers from all over the world. It is a massive country, covering 6,000,000 square miles and spanning 60 longitudinal degrees. It has large variety of people, natural landscape, a brilliant history and a culture with fascinating destinations that visitors attends to be amazed. China, represents one of the earliest civilizations in the world, has a recorded history of about 3,600 years. It possesses rich historical documents as well a...
  • People In China
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    China And It's Differences China is very different from us especially their rules and government. In China each family is only allowed to have one child. If they choose to have to have two or more children, that family would be fined. If one of your children died, you were allowed to have one more child. When that child is born, you must schedule a meeting with an advisor and pay money to have that child registered meaning state the child is alive. The purpose of this is for that child can go to...
  • Former Software Pirate In China
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    The American Heritage Dictionary defines piracy as "the unauthorized duplication of copyrighted or patented material". It is a problem that affects companies all over the world. Piracy of software, movies, and music is commonplace in China. China has the second worst piracy rate in the world; about 92 percent of the software in China is pirated (Williams 2004). Various companies and governments have attempted to combat piracy, but they had not seen much success until recent years. Combating pira...
  • China's Human Rights Record
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    Ever since human rights became the controversial issue that it is today, western countries have constantly clashed with other cultures over differing ideologies on the topic. The introduction of the media as a continuous broadcaster of international news has moved the inhumane conditions that exist in some countries into the spotlight. The result of this has been a painful realization that many cultures have a contrasting philosophy on the subject of human rights. The happenings in Eastern Europ...
  • Rich And Poor People Of China
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    Ancient China An essay on ancient China can be educational but also very fun and interesting. China differs from other cultures by its wide range of topics such as government, religion, and its ethics... I hope you find this essay very informative and the info. not to be wrong. Geography has always played a important role in Chinas history. Beca-use of Chinas enormous size it has always been hard to conquer and even harder to unite. China is split into three parts by three river vs. allies, the ...
  • Food China
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    China has big problem with its food production and providing it for its people. People have resorted to rice husks, hemp leaves, grass soup, toads, rats, body lice, and even their own dead. Many moves toward industrialization have put China behind in its production of food for its people. These moves toward industrialization have taken farmers off their fields and into industrial factories. The result is cropland disappearing and water becoming scarce in some areas. China's huge population incre...
  • Good Earth And The Tiananmen Square Protest
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    The Tiananmen Square Protest (and how the themes relate with The Good Earth) The Chinese government at the time of the Tiananmen Square protest was a communist dictatorship that was beginning to adopt capitalist economics. The government ruled by fear. Many of their politicians were corrupt. There are some types of issues that the Tiananmen Square protest has in common with The Good Earth. In both, there are instances where one person changes something that matters. When the protesters were bein...
  • 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...
  • China During The Tiananmen Square Demonstrations
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    Jeremy Richard Tiananmen Diary Book Review Asian Politics 345 Man ju Parikh May 18, 1999 Change is the dramatic art of survival. If one is to survive, one needs to adapt to changing needs and desires. The Communist Party in China was started for just that reason. The Chinese wanted a change from what was going on in the country at the time. The student and worker protesters at Tiananmen Square wanted the same goal to be met. They wanted a dialogue to discuss the need for an adaptation, a change ...
  • Deng Xiaoping And Mao Tse Tung
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    Deng Xiaoping China has a long history with several great leaders, but none of those leaders have even come close to being as great as Deng Xiaoping. Deng Xiaoping was a loyal communist who sacrificed his own life so his people could have abetter one. During his long political career, he served as a Communistpolitcommissar of the 129th Division (Liu-Deng Army) from 1929 to 1949. Aspolitcommissar, he bravely and successfully fought the Nationalists. In 1945, he was elected to the Central Committe...
  • 20 Percent Of China's People
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    The Himalayas along China's southwestern frontier with India are the world's tallest mountains. China's greatest river, the Yangtze, is the world's fourth longest. The Taklimakan Desert, in western Xinjiang Uigur Autonomous Region, is one of the driest spots on Earth. The area of loess ic soil (fine, silt like soil created by wind action in dry regions) in Shaanxi and Shanxi provinces is probably more extensive than in any other place. China has a great wealth of mineral and natural resources. R...
  • People's Republic Of China And Taiwan
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    Current United States policy towards the People's Republic of China and Taiwan is the culmination of nearly three decades of trilateral diplomatic activity and is based, ostensibly, upon four policy documents. These cornerstones of Sino-American relations are the Joint U.S. -China Communiqu of Shanghai, China, issued on February 27, 1972; the Joint Communiqu on the Establishment of Diplomatic Relations Between the U.S. and the People's Republic of China, issued on January 1, 1979; United States ...
  • 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"...
  • China's Markets As Opportunities For Their Business
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    Everything you want to know about doing business in China China, with a population of more than one billion people, is a country full of marketing potential. With so many possible consumers, it would seem like any product could reach its target audience. However, with a country so rich in history and culture, there are many factors to be considered by marketers. Some of the most important and influential elements (the monetary policy, currency system, market agreements, and environmental factors...
  • Aims Of The Great Leap Forward
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    What were the aims of the Great Leap Forward and to what extent was it successful? - Valerie Teo The Great Leap Forward was a movement in China that started in 1958 and lasted two years till 1960. As a result of the successful economic reconstruction that had taken place in the early 1950's. The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) lead by Mao Zedong or Mao Tse-Tung considered it was a time for the Great Leap Forward. The CCP launched the Great Leap Forward campaign under the new "General line for Soci...
  • Citizens Of The People's Republic Of China
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    China, with 1.3 billion populations and five thousand years civilization, is trying hard with enthusiasm to build up a country that is based on the rule of law. It must be an unprecedented venture and one of the most challenging events in the world today. Interestingly China is a country that has a long history without any rule of law. Nevertheless China has developed its own way of maintaining social order and stability. Confucianism and feudal ethical rules have been the central ideology to pr...
  • One Of China Before Its Cultural Revolution
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    Persuasive Essay Can a Cultural Revolution take place in the US, one of the most powerful countries in the would? The Revolution had a great effect on China, origin of the eastern civilization. During the Cultural Revolution in China, the economy stopped growing, the development of China nearly stopped and the Chinese teenagers did not get enough education. We don't know what would happen in the future, but a revolution is not easy to take place in the United States because in the US, there is d...
  • China Investment Bank
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    China Financial System The China financial system is highly regulated and relatively underdeveloped, but has recently begun to expand rapidly as monetary policy becomes integral to its overall economic policy. As a result, banks are becoming more important to the economy by providing increasingly more finance to enterprises for investment, seeking deposits from the public to mop up excess liquidity, and lending money to the government. As would be expected, the China banking system is also highl...
  • Exaggerations Of China's Problem
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    Got very happy with China's fist manned Space flight, like our nuclear program in the 60's. The main effect to ordinary people is not its potential to war, who like it? It is the feeling of the nation's big step forward in the world wide prestige. Chairman Mao knows "being left behind is being vulnerable" though he made some mistakes in the 60's and 70's. Some folks born with a silver spoon here may not understand such kind of feeling because they just take their country's current status for gra...
  • 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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