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...CHINESE DYNASTIES Yuan Dynasty Yuan dynasty as established by Genghis Khan and his sons. They ruled between 1279 and 1368 after conquering the western Xia ,central Asia and Hexi Corridor .The defeat of these dynasties gave them a strong base since they acquired the tools, techniques, Experience and the man power they required to defeat the strong army of Jin , Dali as well as song dynasty. Characteristics of Yuan Dynasty Trade: Agricultural products mainly sorghum, cotton, ceramics and textiles were exchanged with oversees products which horses, medicines, carpets and food spices In order to support the kingdom Fighting skills: They trained their troops on how to fight...
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...Chinese cliché, which says of a concealing potency from the world. The story is about a Green Destine sword, which is 400-years old, as Ang Lee the director explains. It has a green color that symbolizes the yin, female mystery that is the mid of the female-led film. Unfortunately, Jen, a young woman who appears shy and decorous in the house of her father, though she quickly reveals her tenacious, arrogant and short temperamental, steals the Green Destiny sword. By stealing the sword, Jade Fox a woman who is acquainted with Wudang... Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon is a martial arts film basing from the novel of a similar name and written by Wang Dulu. The title is from a...
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Chinese Culture
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...Chinese Culture People have different beliefs regarding various issues that affect their lives because of culture. The definition of culture encompasses various practices, which human beings perform including language. Anthropological studies provide information, which explain cultural diversity that people experience across the world. Historical facts project various dimensions in human culture. Historians use cultural dimensions such as language, social structure, religion, beliefs, and relation to the environment among other dimensions to acknowledge diversity in humanity. Each geographical location in the world has people who are distinguished using their cultural identity... Cultural Analysis of...
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...Chinese Culture Chinese culture is very unique and has a distinct identity of its own. It encapsulates a wide array of delightful arts and crafts. Chinese people have their own language. To an outsider, it is insane how people can make so many combinations of chi chu cha chan and chen so as to make a complete language. A vast majority of the Chinese schools offer education solely in the Chinese language. Very few Chinese know English that otherwise happens to be an International language. Chinese cuisine is one of the all-time favorite cuisines of the people all over the world. The mere aroma of the Chinese food wafting through the streets draws people into the restaurants. Chinese... 21 October...
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Chinese Music
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...Chinese Music Chinese music forms one of the critical pillars of the people’s culture. Archeological evidence highlights that music has been a central aspect of Chinese culture even in the developmental stages. Culture denotes an integrated system of behavior, belief, and knowledge that depends on the potential for people to learn and transmit these sets of beliefs and knowledge to the next generation. Music is one aspect of Chinese culture that ensures continuity of these aspects into the future. The centrality of music in China extends to the societal cosmology. For ease of analysis, Chinese music falls...
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...Chinese culture. The culture extends across large geographical locations in eastern Asia where customs and traditions tend to vary between provinces, cities and towns. Some of the major aspects of the Chinese culture are cuisine, dressing, dressing, literature, music, visual arts, martial arts, religion and so on. Of the 56 officially recognized Chinese groups, the Han Chinese is the largest with a maintained distinct linguistics and regional cultural traditions (Colson, 211). This essay will discuss two components of the Chinese culture: traditional food and dressing. Chinese Cuisine The Chinese cuisine dates back... Insert Introduction One of the world’s oldest and largest cultures is arguably the...
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...Chinese family Businesses in South East Asia It is known that early overseas Chinese settlers to South East Asia were chiefly merchants.The economic and social chaos rooted on the invasion of the Manchu near the beginning of Qing dynasty make a large number of Chinese to flee to South East Asian countries. It is also noted that in the 30's and 40's, social instability also caused great migration waves. Philippines, as one of the close neighboring countries of China was affected by this migration waves although; as early as 7th century historical documents confirm that the peoples of China and The Philippines have benefited from wide-ranging economic binds. Over the centuries, these socio... Emergence of...
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...Chinese Economic Living Standards: Incomes, Inequality and Poverty This chapter presents insights about the economic performance of the Chinese population by analyzing their living standards in terms of incomes, inequalities and poverty. The chapter explicitly provides evidence on the income growth on the Chinese people. China is portrayed as a growing economy with rapid growth in household incomes. The chapter provides a chronological progress of the level of income through literature and tabulation. The growth of incomes is influential in dramatic reduction of poverty and risks while it has also increased consumption and leisure,...
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Chinese History
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...Chinese History # Question 1 In Ten Thousand Things, Ledderose starts with a modular system referred to as the Chinese Script. According to the author, the latter is an early modular system in which fifty thousand characters are generated from a structural repertoire of approximately two hundred units. On the other end of the spectrum, is the Chinese wooden construction. This is a form of traditional Chinese architecture, characterized by beam and post construction. In this mode of architecture, the weight of a building, and particularly the roof, get support from vertical columns made of wood and not from partitioning...
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Chinese Philosophy
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...Chinese Philosophy In a general sense, Buddhism could be regarded as the first full- fledged religion as we know it. The organization and the interim hierarchy within the basic system of the 'sangha' or Buddhist church laid the foundation stone of organization structure of other future prominent religion- Christianity and Islam. During the advent of Buddhism in China the other prominent religion of the time was Confucianism and Taoism. But these were not the usual religion in form as we know today but they were more of philosophic teachings in nature. Today, Buddhism is one of the major religions in China. It became well established throughout the vast nation during the 300's A.D... . ...
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Chinese Literature
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...Chinese novel have played a very significant role in repositioning China which was a drained territory (Fessler, pg 53) . They have been very successful in awakening the Chinese nation which was once hibernating. They were least bothered about their state and therefore did not bother to prove of any benefit but these Chinese writers were the ones who were enlightened and worked to develop awareness amongst this great nation. Miraculously things changed and revolutionized China completely (cavalli, pg 25). Today; China is one of the most developed nations with an great economy. This revolution could not have been possible if these...
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...Chinese History The significance of semi-colonialism in China China as one of the world’s largest nations with a population of about 475 million people and a territorial size of 10 million square kilometers remained under semi-colonialism till the Second World War. Despite this nation being independent, it still remained an economically dependent state on three main imperialist powers. These imperialist powers were the United States, the United Kingdom, and Japan. The three nations fought amongst themselves and against other capitalist nations for the “right” to exclusively exploit both natural and human resources and convert China into their own...
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Chinese Medicine
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...Chinese Medicine Introduction Chinese medicine is one of the oldest forms of treatment that has been used all over the globe. Currently, it is steadily earning its market position in the US. Americans prefer TCM as compared to the conventional medicine available in formal hospitals. However, Chinese form of treatment mainly uses naturally occurring plants that have medicinal value. Chinese medicine aims at treating the main cause of disease and not the appearing symptoms as it takes a holistic perspective by focusing on the well-being of the whole body. These include soul, body and mind in one complete cycle. However, one of the major types of Chinese treatment that is widely known by many... ...
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...Chinese Culture Due NORTH VS. SOUTH CHINA The North and South China are defined regions by the perception of Chinese natives.Geographically, Huai River and Qinling Mountains separate the two regions from each other but is still an ambiguous matter.The conceptual differences date back to 1142 in terms of climate, politics, geography, culture, and physical traits. Northern natives follow the Mongol ancestry whereas Southern are more aligned with the Thai or Taiwanese origins. The climate view highlights the cold and dry nature of North China which contains flat plains, grasslands and desert whereas mountainous Southern region is warm and rainy. From the...
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Chinese Shipbuilding
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...Chinese ship construction domain have rather been spontaneous a few decades ago. By 1980, China was ranked at position 17 on global dimensions in the production of ships. The Chinese company was evaluated at 200,000GT. As time went by the Chinese ship company surrogated German taking the third position with 5% market share globally. At this time in history the Chinese company has the capacity to construct types of ships except the glide ship. The chief products of the Chinese ship manufacturing consist of large sized carriers and oil tankers. China has 70... Introduction During the 50s in the previous century, China was far much behind globally in making ocean liners. The developmental advances of the...
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Chinese media
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...Chinese Media: Media Activism Over the years, conventional modes of activism have been replaced by the increase use of media activism. Activism is general defines the increasing creation and utilization of political and social movements to achieve a particular objective. Media activism applies the technologies available in communication and networking to develop more advanced strategies in the creation of political and social movements. The rise of media activism across the globe has been directly influenced by the availability of trends in communication and the media. For instance, the creation of social media sites has increase the level at which media activism impact...
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Chinese Values
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...Chinese values that are relevant today Values in traditional Chinese culture that is relevant to today’s dialogue among world cultures have been kept in order to establish a mutually tolerable and universally embraceable world. Traditional cultural values relevant to today’s world culture include harmony, righteousness, wisdom, and loyalty. In addition, some include benevolence, courtesy, honesty, and filial piety. The principal value is harmony, which means appropriate and good coordination between things. Harmony incorporates rationale, which is working according to the law and openness, compatibility, as well as propriety, which shows appropriateness....
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Chinese Cinema
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...Chinese Cinema: Director Focus Introduction The of this write-up is the internationally acclaimed Chinese director, Zhang Yimou. The objective of this paper is to track the journey of the film maker, emphasizing on the way his cinematic vision has evolved over a period of 20 years. The write-up references film reviews by well known film critic, Roger Ebert. The reviews covered include some of Yimou's popular films, such as, Red Sorghum, To Live, and Raise the Red Lantern. The paper also discusses how Yimou's cinematic vision has changed in his recent films, including Not One Less, Hero, and House of the Flying Daggers. Yimou began his career by making films thate looked at the past, present... ...
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Chinese civilization
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...Chinese Culture (14th-18th Century) The Chinese culture speaks volumes of honor, loyalty and justice. Literature of China has many storiesto tell on these three gems. Such values were implanted in the children when parents coach them about life. The ancient Chinese hierarchy in the kingdoms was built on these values. In fact, many wars were fought and many men died while protecting or honoring these codes of life. Yuan, Ming and Qing periods are filled with tales of honor. Writers, poets and calligraphers have played their part in representing the honor code during these three periods of Chinese history. Outlaws of the Marsh, Monkey (Journey to the West) and Golden Lotus (Jin Ping Mei... Honor – In...
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Chinese Society
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...Chinese family and community life since 1980 Urbanization and population control policies combined with an increased rate of white collar crime as a result of an increasingly open market economy has instigated significant social changes in China during the past quarter century. This has only strengthened the preference for having male children so as to carry on the family name, which is strong in China. This has led to significant issues regarding the sex-ratio within China, the available workforce for the types of work to be completed, a large increase in the amount and types of crime affecting the general citizenry of urban areas and the affect... of widespread technological advances,...
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Chinese Economy
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...Chinese economy in the last decade is ambitious albeit controversial. Introduction China is a socialist economy. Although growth in China's economy is spurred by globalization, this country has not experienced its full potential due to its unwillingness to completely or even in good measure open up its... China CHINA GRACE SARKAR Order No. 424425 02 April Table of Contents Introduction 3 International Organizations 3 China's imports and exports 4 China's Economic System 5 Exports/Imports Restrictions 5 China and the WTO 6 China and the IMF 6 China's Exim Bank 7 Conclusion 7 Sources 9 CHINA Thesis The spurt and growth of the Chinese ...
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Chinese History
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...Chinese Bronze Age started by 1700 B.C during the kingdom of the Shang dynasty. China started producing bronze objects over four thousand years ago in the period of the Lungshan culture and influenced the use of Bronze ceremonial vessels in Chou and Shang dynasties. Bronze ritual vessels were often cast with different types of engraved decoration expressing the aspirations and practices of the Shang people and the life aspects of the Chou people. The bronze ritual vessel was made through sophisticated techniques that were not used in the Middle East and other parts of the world... Question I. 2 The Bronze Age represents the time when men learnt to mine and smelt copper and tin to produce bronze.The...
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...Chinese medicine. He wrote the book I-Ching also known... Acupuncture is an 8000 year old medicine practice which s back to the Taoist region in China. The history of acupuncture is beyond therecorded history hence the methodology of conducting it has come down through the tradition of practices and verbal mode of knowledge transfer. The people in the 8000 year old era were aware of the meditation and they would observe the flow of energy in and out of the body. These people would analyze and understand the interaction of the man with nature and the whole universe. Fu His was one of sage during this time who came up with the concept of Yin and Yang which is the considered as the fundamental of the...
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Chinese Journalism
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...Chinese Journalism Utterly Lacks Professionalization INTRODUCTION In a generalised view, journalism can be described as a procedure of conveying true facts to the common public by effective evaluation and breaking down of news and other forms of information. The concept of journalism is based upon multiple principles which include the concepts such as truth principles, work independence, professionalism and information disclosurement ( Maras 20-50). In the earlier days, printed media forms were generally used for publishing journals... If One Defines Professionalization According To North American Ideals of Political Neutrality, Objectivity and Autonomy from Political Parties and Governments, Then...
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Chinese civilization
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...Chinese Civilization There are factors that are believed to have influenced development of Chinese civilization, including educational theories and institutions, civil bureaucracy, religious traditions, relations with the outside world, and family and ancestors. However, the factor that influenced the development of Chinese civilization most is family and ancestors. The main reason for the choice of family and ancestors is that family formed the common bond between people in the villages and clans that grouped up to form the Xia, Shang, and Zhou Dynasties. The dynasties created a lasting foundation for the development of a lasting authority at the Yellow River Basin considered as the cradle... ...
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...Chinese Philosophy Text The discussion briefly analyzes a conversation between two Chinese characters. They conversed beside the majestic River Hao about the fishes. The discussion below sheds some light on the probable philosophical explanations of the two characters’ intentions, logic and rationale of thought. The writing talks about some abstract concepts that could appropriately analyze the situation. Chuang Tzu, one of the characters, described how the fishes enjoy darting in the River Hao, to which his fellow, Hui Shi questioned his position and stature for describing what was beyond his (Chuang Tzu) capability. The ultimate motive of Chuang Tzu was,...
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...Chinese civilization. Li Si (280-208 B.C.E.), lived during the unification of China under the First Emperor, Shi Huangdi, the founder of the Qin Dynasty, and served as the Commandant of Justice and then as the Chancellor. Guan Deyu (759 – 818 C.E.) belonged to the Tang Dynasty, and occupied several important and prestigious posts, culminating in that of Grand Counselor to the Emperor. Both these men were subordinate only to their Emperors in terms of power and influence, and played... Li Si and Guan Deyu: Products of their Times. Paul Goldin’s account of Li Si in Chancellor of the Universe, and Anthony Deblasi’s Guan Deyu and the Spread of Elite Culture in Tang China deal with very different periods of...
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...Chinese History A2 The centralized government created by the Han dynasty was because of a number of reforms that were carried out by the emperors. The development of institutions helped to create stability and order within the vast empire. Moreover, there was a system of training administration officials which was an innovative approach towards ensuring that the affairs of the state could be managed in an efficient and effective manner. The establishment of a bureaucracy helped to ensure the administration process in an effectual manner (Ebrey, 67). Confucianism was adopted as the major system for running the affairs of the state. Confucian system advocated the belief that...
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Chinese Economy
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...Chinese economy was considered as not being a complete market economy. It was also considered as a developing economy and considered as large and growing fast. Under implementation there were Domestic forces included short term costs and long term nationalist’s interest. Abroad forces included economic and non economic reasons. There were also tariff reductions which affected countries revenue in the long run. There quantitative restrictions which were... Lecturer Paper What are the three trade regimes in China in the post-1949 period? The three trade regimes in China in the post 1949 were: Pre-Reform: central planning-Around 1950s there were major partners. These were centrally planed economies such as ...
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Chinese Religion
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...Chinese religions namely, Buddhism, Taosim and Confucianism. He mentions that these three are perceived in the Chinese religions to be like a tripod, unable to stand without the other. With this logical analysis, one could almost disregard Buddhism when faced with the question, what religion would be difficult to syncretize with Confucianism. Manichaeism reflects characteristics similar to that of Buddhism and other religions that were influenced by other religions. In fact, it shows beliefs from Buddhism so that this would disqualify it to be positively identified in response... Confusing Judaism With Confucianism? Timothy Brooks’ Rethinking Syncretism displays the relationship of three Chinese...
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Chinese income
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...Chinese wages, then this will negatively affect international trade because American firms will not make as much profit. It is likely that these firms will look for other countries that have relatively low wages, such as Bangladesh, Vietnam, and the Philippines, because their profits margins will stay the same. At the end of the day, trade revolves around benefits, usually in the form of profits. If these benefits are reduced, then international trade will decrease because only one party will be gaining from the deal.... Assignment #3 If wages keep rising in China, then its comparative advantage in low-cost manufacturing will slowly be eroded by cheaper markets. The purpose of outsourcing overseas is to...
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...Chinese media Introduction China has one of the least degrees of media freedom as compared to the rest of the world. In more specific terms, it has only surpassed five other countries. These countries are Iran, Syria, Turkmenistan, North Korea and Eritrea. Out of all of these, only China has peace, stability and an outstanding economy. As such, this illustrates the extent to which the Chinese government has cuckolded its media. In an age whereby the media and press are experiencing unprecedented freedom, the Chinese government has a long way to go before it is at par with the rest of the world. In the endeavor to maintain their hold on the...
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Chinese Culture
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...Chinese Culture Considering the history of the world, China stands out as one of the countries with enormously rich culture that encompasses all spheres of life; from the political to the social nature of life. The Chinese culture also have immense contribution in the field of medicine where acupuncture as a mode of giving remedies to ailment is highly entrenched into their system and even adopted internationally as a conventional medication system. In this regard, the Chinese culture can be said to have profound spread in the cuisine, music, martial arts, visual arts as well as in the literature. In this paper then, I will give an in...
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Chinese Film
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...Chinese Dynasty has already dominated the historical books. Untilnow, China has empowered their global influence all the more despite the liberated West’s dominion in various aspects. As recent reports from various sources declare, China has undeniably toppled over the worldwide market not just in dry goods but also in the movie industry. China’s culture has been a worldwide interest in various parts of the world. Stories and plots for movies intertwined with Chinese culture is a common line that is featured in Hollywood movies. Not to mention the skills that Chinese are known for, such as the most popular martial... ?China’s Life of Pi Rocked the World During the first flight of human civilization,...
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...Chinese culture is one that has a very rich heritage birthed through successive dynasties through many centuries. This rich heritage is displayed in the art and literature of China steeped in age-old tradition and style. Mao Zedong put in place structures and regulation that ensured that the art and literature of China served the people, and not the other way around. The art and literature of China also borrowed from Russian realist styles, which were more in tune with Marxist-Leninist communism’s principles. China in its quest to borrow communism also borrowed... Redness and Expertise in the World of Literature The literature of a people is a reflection of its culture, language and worldview. The...
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...Chinese Culture The main beneficiaries and precursors of the economic growth in China have been the entrepreneurs affiliated to varied strata of the society, who had engaged and invested in retail, manufacturing and services sector (Goodman 23). Going by the rise of the so called middle class in China, attempts are often made to draw a parallel between the socio-economic changes that have occurred in China since the onset of economic reforms and the socio-economic outcomes of the industrial revolution in the West (Goodman 23). Considering the fact that China is a communist country and a late starter in the area of economic reforms, the aspects of the rise of the much... of the of the Concerned 5 June...
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...Chinese dynasties, though they were often established by minority groups or derived from external origins, caused little disruption in the inherited cultural life of the people. The peaceful traditional Chinese way of life always proved to be more powerful than the military might of the conquerors, and conquered them in the end. This gave rise to a great inertia in the lives of the people which was very... China entered the feudal age long before Europe did. Only the earliest dynasties, most of them shrouded in the mist of legend and mythology, were based upon slave labor. The Xia and Shang dynasties, information about which is difficult to come by, were very probably dependent upon slavery for the...
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...Chinese film is, as with cinema in general, a transnational work. Globalisation has, undoubtedly, maximised cinema's capacity to function as a transnational medium of communication. As Lu (1997) asserts, contrary to immediate assumptions, this is not because globalisation has facilitated the movement of goods and services... Cinema, film, as with all forms of arts, is a global medium of communication, transcending national, cultural and linguistic boundaries to bring a multinational audience together for one of those, very rare, moments of transnational shared enjoyment. Some films, as Urry (1995) explains, insofar as they emanate from within the very bounds of an ethnic, rather than national,...
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Chinese Studies
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...Chinese Studies Q1: the civil service examinations in the Ming Dynasty In the Ming dynasty, the civil service examinations was structured in levels and after passing a level, those who were successful were awarded special social status(Ebrey, Walthall & Palais 2009 p58). The examinations were graded in levels as discussed below; District level People who had passed the zau jyun si (district level exam) achieved the status of tong sheng and could sit the prefectural level exams. Those individuals were commoners and about 2% of the population had such qualifications. Prefectural level Successful candidates at this stage attained the Sang jyun degree and the most outstanding...
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Chinese America
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...Chinese brothers can become tycoons of world business, why can’t you, Indonesians and Cambodians?’ This causes individuals who are considered part of the model minority group, but who do not live up to the standards, to internalize feelings of inadequacy, shame, and anger, which maintains their subordinate position, while fueling intra-ethnic hostilities. The rationale behind the “model minorities” theory is simple; it creates an oppressive environment for all minority groups, while playing... Racism of decade’s past was visible, tangible, and brutal. The history of the United s is colored with and endless slew of examples of racism, including Slavery, internment camps, and anti-Muslim hate crimes. ...
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Chinese religions
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...Chinese thinker and social philosopher,Confucius’s ideas in ethics and politics have deeply shaped the Chinese belief system. His philosophy is mainly concerned with concepts like morality in interpersonal relations and politics, rightness, sincerity and justice which from a strong sense of practical wisdom to help one cultivate his personal character. When talking about Confucian ethics, it is central to analyze the five fundamental virtues which Confucius identified based on the fundamental relationships that people establish among each other, such as love, friendship, dedication, loyalty, respect and others... April 1st, Confucius’s Virtues and their tendencies to the modern American society Great...
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Chinese economy
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...Chinese Economy Order No.32206 September ‘09 Chinese Economy What are the basic characteristics of the traditional Chinese economy before 1911? Explain briefly. Before 1911, China was characterized by a feudalistic economy. From 211 BC to 1911 China was ruled by dynasties, the prominent dynasty being the Qing dynasty. This era was marked by a society which belonged to two classes, namely the poor peasantry and the rich and elite landowners. China’s economy in this period was stagnant and growth was negligible. The technological backwardness and its rigid political and social structure of China in that period allowed the major European...
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Chinese market
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...Chinese economy grew at a yearly rate of 10% in terms of GDP growth (Srinivasan). The fact that China was and is a communist nation did not interfere with the market forces opening doors and creating a path towards economic freedom. The political status of a country does not control the economic opportunities a country. Both a democratic and socialism nation have the same exact opportunities to created strong economies since politics is one of many factors that determine the economic success of a country. China is a tough market to enter and successfully achieved the goals of all enterprises of maximizing its shareholder’s... Table of Contents Table of Contents Chapter I: Introduction to the Study 0...
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Chinese film
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...Chinese Films: Attachment in the Age of Global Visibility. New York; Columbia University Press... Fandom, and Identity Insert Insert s In the recent years, film directors have been seen to produce films with characters that are passionate fans of certain stars or icons whereby they are associated with popular culture. Moreover, images of fans are omnipresent in the current popular media, and mostly reveal how the character’s lives and identities are being transformed in some ways by the works or character of their fan (Poshek Fu, 2000). In addition, their lives and identities are transformed just for being a fan of the popular star, movies or the phenomenon in question. Most of the time, fans develop...
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...Chinese culture. The representation of John Travolta and Bruce Lee in this context support the ambitions set by Hock with a view to simulate the tactics portrayed by these icons. The determination to enroll in a dance class clearly supports the initiative set by the Hock to emulate the culture of the two icons. He even seeks help from Mei, who supports him in his plans. It appears... Stars, Fandom and Identity Films influence human lives in many ways. Importantly, lead actors usually inspire the audience. Uniquely, the characters can also inspire other actors. These representations shape the identities and characters of the imitators in some of the films. Aspects of popular culture of iconic actors have...
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Traditional Chinese Women and Modern Chinese Women
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...Chinese Women and Modern Chinese Women Traditionally, obedience to men was one of the three principles that needed tobe observed in the traditional Chinese society by the women (Legge, 57). Going to school for women in the traditional Chinese society was historically unheard of, since the most obedient women were illiterate. The freedom of women was highly restricted in the traditional Chinese society, such that women would remain bound by their feet in order to remain confined within the home compound. Social interaction for women was also curtailed, such that women did not have the freedom to socialize with either the other females or the males in the society, since they were under... Traditional...
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...Chinese tradition: This paper is primarily based on discussing the veryimportant features associated with Chinese tradition which is one of the oldest and most complex traditions in the world. Overlooking the four most important elements when discussing Chinese tradition would be a great mistake since each of these elements has a difficult yet nice history associated with them. Therefore, it can be said that cuisine, housing, transportation, and clothing together form the base of Chinese tradition, and each of these core elements will be assessed in this paper historically as well. Facts and discussion presented in this paper are basically meant to highlight the reality of the claim... ? 04 October...
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Style of Chinese Negotiation
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...Chinese Negotiation: Challenges in International Business 0 Introduction: The adoption of Open Door Policy by People's Republic of China has resulted in a significant economic growth. This rapid growth in the economy has opened up the chances for the foreign investors to invest in Chinese companies. Sino-foreign joint-ventures are the privileged forms of business organization that attract most western investments. Many western companies are considering the formation of joint ventures in China, in view of the great potential they offer for a vast market for their products and the availability of cheaper labour force. Nonetheless the existence of differing management styles between Chinese... Style of...
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Chinese in Nevada
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...Chinese in Nevada I visited the Nevada Museum, specifically located at 309 S. Valley View Boulevard, Las Vegas, Nevada on a Friday afternoon. In the section on the Permanent Exhibits Gallery, I was interested in viewing the historical contribution of early settlers in Nevada, including Chinese migrants who were contracted to work on mines and railroads. Being a Chinese national provided the desire to recognize how my ancestors have made a positive impact on the development of Nevada. Their rich contributions and legacies were featured as showcased narrative posters such as Chinese Workers Support the Mines and (The)...
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Chinese Art in Europe
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...Chinese Art in Europe China and Europe were, for centuries, widely separated by trade gulfs that were nearly insurmountable, and thus had little artistic or cultural exchange. Starting in the 16th century, however, this began to change as European missionaries entered China and more objects of Chinese origin making it to Europe. Europeans, at best still incredibly distantly connected with China, were fascinated by what was written and what they saw. Much of the European response involved two contradicting impulses: to appropriate Chinese aesthetics into European art, glorifying Europe by connection to Chinese civilization, and exoticizing Chinese art and people as a distant “other... ” and...
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