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61: Unique Cultures of The World
... The World Regions throughout the world have developed unique cultures. Aspects of these ways of life vary tremendously. This indisputable fact can be proven by simply studying one of these aspects. Cuisine, the cuisine of China in particular, is the aspect that we decided to explore. The techniques, the tools, flavors and ingredients of the unique traditional cuisine fascinated us to no end. China, a country separated from the rest of Asia by various geographical features (i.e.: Himalayan Mountains, Kara Kura Mountains), has developed a unique diet because of its isolation. Furthermore, within China itself, various regions have developed their own particular fare. This is due to the extremes of both geography and climate that are experienced in the different sections of the country. The four cooking regions ...
62: Population Control in China
Population Control in China After I came to the Untied States, I found out that a lot of American people disagreed with the Chinese government allowing Chinese people to have only one child in each family. However, in fact, for Chinese people there is nothing wrong with it. I am the only child in my family. It is the same way for all of my friends in China. That seems very normal to me or to any family in China, and most Chinese people even think that it is a right decision to allow only one child per family. Because most people didn't have any kind of knowledge about birth control, they continued ...
63: China
China World War 2 drew a hard blow and left a serious and lasting effect to many Asian countries. This however, did not hamper the growth of as their government were taking serious steps to recover economically. These countries are growing at a tremendous pace to the extent of being capable in emerging as global market leaders. China's capitalism and boom was born when their president, Deng Xiaoping permitted the provinces to dismantle their communes and collective farms. This led China to venture into free-market economics. By mid 1960's, the Chinese Revolution settled down to the job of ruling China. Its main goal was essentially nationalist: a prosperous modern economy. While there continued ...
64: Human Rights In Tibet
Human Rights in Tibet In 1949, newly communist China sent 35,000 troops to invade Tibet (Tibet Support Group UK 1). The year after that a treaty was made. The treaty acknowledged sovereignty over Tibet, but recognized the Tibetan government’s autonomy with respect ... invasion of Tibet, there was mass destruction of Tibetan buildings. Over 6,000 monasteries, temples and other cultural and historic buildings were destroyed. The contents of the thousands of buildings destroyed was taken back to China and sold (Office of Tibet 3). The Tibetan people tried to rebuild their country, but the political leader who tried to start the “recuperation” policy was forced to resign from office shortly after (Office of ... democracy movement (Churchward 1). The campaign affected Catholics, Protestants, Muslims, and Buddhists. Another religious suppression on the part of the Chinese is that they have banned public celebrations of Tibet’s Great Prayer Festival because China believed that it would lead to nationalist demonstrations (Churchward 2). Now all Tibetan churches, mosques, and temples must be registered, and to do so, they must meet official standards (Churchward 1). Also, the only ...
65: Hong Kong 2
... their willingness to obey Beijing by assuming positions of power, such as the Preparatory Committee and the Provisional Legislature. They change their costume and identity in whichever group they are in while remaining loyal to China by acting as China’s “puppets”. This way, China has a strong grip on political affairs in Hong Kong. Zunzi is aware his days in Hong Kong are limited (Sesser 21). As China takes over many laws that restrict Hong Kong’s free ...
66: American and Chinese Educational Systems
... grading systems, teaching and learning methods, and the rights of the students and teachers in American and Chinese educational systems will be discussed in the following paragraphs. American and Chinese colleges have different grading systems. China has a very competitive college entrance examination and very strict grade requirements. “Only the top 5-6% of the students who take the examination can enter college” (Education in China p126). Seldom students can enter college in China because of the small percentage of college admissions. Also, compared to the United States, China has few colleges, and they are only in some big cities. However, if a person doesn’t have a ...
67: How Did Mao Change The Face Of
How far did Mao Ze Dong change the face of China? As China emerged from a half century of revolution as the world's most populous nation and launched itself on a path of economic development and social change, Mao Zedong, its principal revolutionary thinker and for many ... Nevertheless, looking at the whole period from the foundation of the Chinese Socialist Party in 1921 to Mao's death in 1976, one can fairly regard Mao Zedong as the principal architect of the new China. Recovery from War 1949-52 In 1949 China's economy was suffering from the debilitating effects of decades of warfare. Many mines and factories had been damaged or destroyed. At the end of the ...
68: How Western Imperialism affects China and Japan
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 Confucianistic beliefs of their emperors to cling ...
69: The Genius Of China - 3000 Yea
The World is forever in debt to China for its innovations. Ancient China was extreme advance and many of its discoveries are still in use today. This is what Robert Temple, the author of The Genius of China 3000 years of science, discovery and invention. The book is based on 11 main parts of Chinese innovation. Within these 11 categories, there are 3 main parts that contain the most significant inventions. Robert ...
70: What I Know About China
China is located around Mongolia, Russia, Nepal, Laos, East China Sea, South China Sea, and Myanmar. A better described location would be Southeast of Asia. I know that the people who live in China speak Chinese. Some of my opionions on China are that they make cheap ...

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