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41: China
China The history of China is embeded with revolution and tension dating back to the feudal periods and the " first unified Chinese empire under Qi Shi Huang Di in 221 B.C. " The Confucianism ideology entrenched in the minds of ... of life for the Chinese masses considering that "...roughly 85% of the population is based in peasantry..." While Marxism, as implemented by the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) and Nationalism have historically hindered the people of China; a growing need to conform to capitilism is plainly obvious if there will ever be success in the global market. The Marxist theory is based on a classless society where the proletariat or working ...
42: Nixon's Program of Detente was the Reason for the Decline of World Conflict in the 1970's
Nixon's Program of Detente was the Reason for the Decline of World Conflict in the 1970's I. Introduction 1.China & Russia a.Communists powers, threat to world b.Arms race c.Threat to each other d.Could pressure N.Korea into peace 2.Nixon's program of detente was the reason for decline in world conflict in the 1970's II. Reasons supporting 1.Nixon improved Commie's general attitude towards U.S.& vice versa a.initiated trade b.improved relations between China and Russia c.Halt to China's isolationism 2.Arms race drastically declined by detente a. Countries had mass weapons b.ABM, SALT 3.Detente essentially ended the Vietnam conflict a.With improved relations, attack on Vietnam did not spark ...
43: China's One Birth Murder Policy
China's One Birth Murder Policy China's mandated family planning program has limited the number of births per family to one. This mandated one birth policy may be able to control the over population problem in China, but it has had a devastating effect on the population of China as a whole. Although China must deal with its over population problem, it is not morally right to regulate the number of ...
44: China's Cities and Places
China's Cities and Places There are many different cities and places in China that you could visit that can be very interesting. Some of these places are Beijing, Shanghai, Tianjin, Hefei, Xiamen, and Lanzhou. These are only few of many places to visit in China. Also the Confucian Temple in Qufu and Mount Tai in the East are other places you should visit in China. Beijing is one of the world's truly imposing cities. Covering 16,808 square ...
45: Success In Times Of Paradox
... had been thallium poisoned. It is the Internet that has saved her young life! In 1994, there were merely a few universities and institutions on Internet. Now there are over 620 thousand end users in China. The number increased four-fold in 1997 compared with the year before, still booming on an exponential curve, and is sure to go through the limit of one million. Information Technology (IT) industry has become one of the industries developing most quickly in China. China*s IT Industry in 1997 Sum (billion) Increase (compared to 1996) Anticipation in 1998 Gross output value RMB 380 25%(3.6 times 1992) RMB 460 Total sales profits RMB 250 15% RMB 300 ...
46: World Cultures: Comparing China and the United States
World Cultures: Comparing China and the United States Religions are very different in both countries. In the US most people are Christian, but there is a freedom of religion so you have the right to practice any religion that you want to. In China they are against religion, because it brings people away from communism, they want communism to be the official religion of China. Status symbols of living in the US are things that you can buy, cars, houses, clothes ect. In China everyone is given an equal amount of money because of the communist society, so it ...
47: Business In Ancient China
The Merchant Class In Traditional China The Song dynasty is notable for the development of cities not only for administrative purposes but also as centers of trade, industry, and maritime commerce. The landed scholar-officials, also referred to as the gentry ... emperor's subjects. Invited to the conference were government officials of the Legalist school and worthy representatives of Confucianism. The Legalists argued for maintaining the status quo. They argued that their economic policies helped maintain China's defenses against the continued hostility of the Hsiung-nu and that they were protecting the people from the exploitation of traders. They argued in favor of the government's policy of western expansion on ... luxuries, such as furs, rugs and precious stones. The Confucianists, on the other hand, made a moral issue of peasant grievances. Also they argued that the Chinese had no business in Central Asia and that China should stay within its borders and live in peace with its neighbors. The Confucianists argued that trade was not a proper activity of government, that government should not compete with private tradesmen, and they ...
48: Government: Canada And China
The two countries I have chosen to compare are China and Canada. Their systems of government are very different and have different powers and rolls in their country. Canada has a system of government very similar to our own. While china's government appears to be similar as well, but it is quite different. Canada's government democratic and is parliamentary in form but, very much like our own. Like all large governments it is representative ... popularly elected to serve for five-year terms. The Parliament elects the executive, the Prime Minister. Canada has a Federal system and is divided into ten provinces that have powers the way our states do. China's government is a dictatorship it is led by the communist party. A premier who is now Li Peng leads the country. The Executive powers rest in the State Council, which is headed by ...
49: Is China Correct in Her Occupation of Tibet?
Is China Correct in Her Occupation of Tibet? Despite forty years of Chinese occupation and various policies designed to incorporate Tibetans and to destroy their separate national, cultural and religious identity, the Tibetan people's determination to preserve their heritage and regain their freedom is as strong as ever. The situation has led to confrontation inside Tibet and to large Chinese propaganda efforts internationally. China's newly established communist government sent troops to invade Tibet in 1949-50. A treaty was imposed on the Tibetan government in May of that year, acknowledging sovereignty over Tibet but recognizing the Tibetan government ... to their rule grew, leading to the National Uprising in 1959 and the flight into India of Tibet's head of state and spiritual leader, the Dalai Lama. The international community didn’t agree with China’s decision. The question of Tibet was discussed on numerous occasions by the U.N. General Assembly between 1959 and 1965. Three resolutions were passed by the General Assembly condemning China's violations of ...
50: China And Japan
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 ...

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