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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...
  • Classical Legacy Of Confucian Politics In China
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    Throughout the course of the first half of the semester we have taken a broad scope of the major aspects of the phenomena that has been the recent history of China. When studying Modern China a common thread of ethical, cultural, religious, political, social, and economic aspects can be analyzed in relationship to Confucianism and its affect on international relations. These aspects show that historically (particularly the nineteenth century) China initially resisted the acceptance of Western in...
  • Crime In Qing China
    588 words
    In 1644, the Manchus took over China and founded the Qing dynasty. The Qing weren't the worst rulers; under them the arts flowered and culture bloomed. Moreover, they attempted to copy Chinese institutions and philosophy to a much greater extent than then the Mongols of the Yuan. However, in their attempt to to emulate the Chinese, they were even more conservative and inflexible than the Ming. Their approach to foreign policy, which was to make everyone treat the Emperor like the Son of Heaven a...
  • Chinese Including Adeline's Father
    856 words
    The Irreverence of Female Independence in China For years, the world has been oblivious to the painful, degrading traditions toward women that take place behind the "Bamboo Curtain" of China. Falling Leaves, by Adeline Yen Mah, unveils the darker side of Chinese culture through her eyes as an unwanted Chinese daughter. Shocking mistreatment, of not only the author, but also the females in her extended family keep suspense alive throughout the book. My heart sobs at each account of Adeline's tort...
  • China Into The International Economy
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    Red sales vanish in the sunset The China Dream Joe StudwellProfile Books 15, pp 356 The Coming Collapse of China Gordon G Chang Century 14.99, pp 355 The decades since 1979 have been good ones for the People's Republic of China. The communist state has somehow managed to weather its crises, most notably the Tiananmen spring of 1989, and emerged into the twenty-first century on a blaze of international glory: gaining entry to the World Trade Organisation, winning the 2008 Olympic Games bid, even ...
  • Similarities Between American And Chinese Society
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    During our age of globalization, more and more societies around the world start to possess features that are more common. The lifestyles of people in these societies become more similar, due to a global change in cultural values. Today it is even possible to say that there exist Western type of lifestyle, which has been and continues to be rapidly adopted around the globe. China is eastern country with its unique culture, however due to growing trade and information exchange between the United S...
  • Western World Left China
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    China is the perfect example of what happens when one leader is given to much power. The leaders of China were each very afraid of social reform, and the consequences that outside influence may have on their customs. As a means of initiating reform, they shut the entire Western world out almost completely. At the time it was a move that served China well but in the long run it was the downfall of China. While blindfolded, the Chinese were unable to see the great advancements of the Western world...
  • China's Foreign Trade
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    "Peering Toward the Future While Tilting Back into the Past": The Struggle to Open China's Markets Dating back to the Qing Dynasty, the popular assumption among the Chinese was "that China was the "central" kingdom and that other countries were, by definition, peripheral, removed from the cultural center of the universe. The Chinese, therefore, showed little interest in precise information or detailed study of foreign countries" (Spence, 119). The Qing seemed uninterested in any foreign gains to...
  • Relations Between China And The West
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    In my essay I am going to examine evidence of China's history from the late 19th century to the early 21st century and see how the relations between China and the West changed. I intend to examine how Civil wars and foreign invasion affected the relationship between China and the West. Emperors ruled China for four thousand years until 1911. Then there was a revolution. The Manchu emperor was overthrown, and China had to find a new King of government. This great change in 1911 led to many other ...

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