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71: Constantinopolis
... 200 ft) and is approached by a ceremonial bridge 183 m (600 ft) long that spans the surrounding moat. Buddhist architectural traditions, sometimes coming via China, are strongly evident in Myanmar (formerly known as Burma), Thailand, Malaysia, Java, and Sri Lanka. The rich temples and shrines of the Royal Palace compound in Bangkok are less than 200 years old, testifying to that culture's continuing vitality. China and Japan The cultures ...
72: Confucianism And Japanese Grow
... critical in providing the workers that made East Asian Industries successful. Confucian traditions were not the sole cause of industrialization in Japan and the four little dragons. An analysis of other Asian nations such as Thailand, China, Vietnam, Burma, and Laos show that many nations with the same shared history of a Confucian values have not yet industrialized. Confucianism along with other circumstances such as situational factors, timing, domestic industrial policy ...
73: The Lexus And The Olive Trees
... The Lexus and The Olive Tree Summary: Opening Scene: The World Is Ten Years Old. The trouble spread to one continent after another like a virus. USA Today On December 8, 1997, the government of Thailand shut down 56 of their countries finance houses. These finance houses borrowed heavily in U.S. dollars and lent those dollars out to Thai businesses for the building of hotels, office blocks, luxury apartments and ...
74: The End Of Affluence
... forced businesses to invest more and keep prices lower. IBM only had 2,500 competitors in 1965. Competitors grew to a high level of 50,000 in 1992. Countries like Mexico, India, China, Indonesia, and Thailand jumped on the ban-wagon of mass-production. Because of the reduction of trade barriers, free trade was widely established and the United States could no longer monopolize the market and trade. As you read ...
75: Oh Boy
... set in stone, many local rituals and customs. There was a split after Buddha's death creating three different systems of thought. The first is Southern Buddhism that is in Burma, Cambodia, Laos, Sri Lanka, Thailand and Vietnam. Being the largest of the three, it has over 100 million followers. The second is Eastern Buddhism, which predominantly occupies China, Japan, Korea, and most of Vietnam. The third is Northern Buddhism, which ...
76: Lt. Colonel Jay R. Jensen's "Six Years In Hell"
... 7. I flew 13 training missions in the F-105F at Nellis AFB 8. Then I went on leave for 13 days 9. I left the states on January 4 and arrived at Korat AFB, Thailand, 13 days later 10. I lived in room 13 in the quarters at Korat 11. I was assigned to the 13th Fighter Squadron 12. This Squadron was part of the 13th Air Force, our head ...
77: Managing Globalization
... supremacy for granted…" (p. 38) "It was not until 1993 - and then only at the urging of the Japanese government - that World Bank economists reluctantly acknowledged that the East Asian countries - Korea, Japan, Taiwan, Malaysia, Thailand and China - were following a development strategy quite different from the one advocated by the bank, one characterized by extensive government intervention…" (p. 44) "Today the United States lacks an enemy, and there are four ...
78: Tiger Woods
... some of the questions I had, as I wanted to learn more about the man that they call, the “Tiger”. Eldrick “Tiger” Woods was born to Earl and Kultida (His mother is a native of Thailand) Woods on December 30, 1975. He received his nickname “Tiger” after a Vietnamese friend of his father that had the same nickname. Tiger went to college at Stanford University in California (but he dropped out ...
79: The Political Career of Richard Nixon
... France in an effort to strengthen the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO). To assure non-Communist Asian nations of continued United States support, Nixon embarked in late July on a tour of the Philippines, Indonesia, Thailand, India, Pakistan, and South Vietnam. Nixon then visited Romania. He was the first American president to enter a Soviet-bloc nation since World War II. In the fall of 1970, to underscore United States determination ...
80: The Life and Accomplishments of John F Kennedy
... West Germany, Italy, Ireland, and Great Britain. Southeast Asia continued to be a trouble spot. Kennedy ordered U.S. military advisers to the area in 1961 and 1962 when the Communists threatened South Vietnam and Thailand. Kennedy also sent advisers to Laos. In the summer and autumn of 1963, the U.S. severly criticized the South Vietnamese governemtn headed by Ngo Dinh Diem for its repressive policies against the country's ...


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