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  • The Qianlong Emperor's Southern Inspection Tour Scroll Six Analysis

    Buying, selling, and trading between Beijing and China internationally grew but became a problem at the end of the dynasty. Beijing traded tea, silk, which was heavily manufactured in Suzhou, and silver to other countries. China imported maize and peanuts from America. The Yangtze and Yellow River are attached to different ends of the Grand Canal. In the scenes, the people celebrate, sing…

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  • Chinese Luxury Counterfeit Case Study

    In China, luxury counterfeit becomes the substitute good of luxuries because it acts as a perfect camouflage to prevent people who are unable or unwilling to pay for the real from being marginalized by the higher social circle. Nowadays, an increasing number of Chinese consumers rely heavily on look-alike luxury products to create self-actualization and fulfill their desired social identities. This paper primarily addresses how luxury counterfeits satisfy Chinese consumer’s identity desires and…

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  • Similarities And Differences Between The Rome And Han Empire

    The Han Dynasty of China from 206 B.C.E-220 C.E. and the Imperial Roman Empire from 31 B.C.E-474 C.E., are two well known classical empires. They both contained many similarities and differences between their imperial administrations. In the Classical Period, the Han Dynasty & Imperial Rome both used their governments to establish a state religion and centralized bureaucracy. However, one major difference was that while the Han was a family dynasty, Rome was a republic. Under the rule of…

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  • Cosmetic Surgery In Chinese Market

    analyse the reasons for the increasing popularity of cosmetic surgery among female consumers in Chinese market. 1. Introduction Cosmetic surgery, a means to alter people’s appearance for a more desirable look, has been increasingly prevalent in China. In 2003, a female fashion writer Hao Lulu undertook multiple cosmetic operations and became the spokeswoman for Beijing EverCare Hospital (Luo, 2012). Her successful experience firstly indicates China’s modern artificial beauty. Afterwards, a…

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  • Faxian To India Summary

    Chinese Buddhist monk’s journey from China to India. The topic of the essay is directly taken from the excerpt which is the primary source of my essay. It is the account of the journey of a Chinese monk, Faxian, from China to India through Central Asia. Faxian wrote the book from which this excerpt is taken. The excerpt was written to give an account of the journey of Faxian from China to India to seek better copies on the books of Buddhism that were available in China. The source explores some…

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  • Business Profile Of Alibaba

    non-existed market at that time in China, Alibaba was created to help facilitate the connection between merchants and customers, furthermore, Mr. Ma inspired millions of people to open their own business and grow China’s economy. Alibaba group has three main sites: Taobao, Tmall, and Alibaba.com, which combined have hundred of millions of users and merchants, creating transactions…

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  • The Scripture In Forty Summary

    there are also aspects of the text that suggests that the scripture is actually a Chinese product. The reason why it is hard to distinguish one from the other is because the scripture is both. Physically, the text most likely have been compiled in China. Yet, it consists of Buddhist teachings translated in a way that makes it both appealing and understandable to the Chinese. With that said, the Scripture in Forty-Two Sections is both a Chinese product and a translation of Indian Buddhism. The…

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  • Summary Of Iris Chang's The Rape Of Nanking

    The Rape of Nanking is a best selling book published in 1997 written by Iris Chang. The story follows the events that took place for six weeks starting on the 13th of December, 1937 through January 1938 within Nanking, China; the capital at the time. The occupation of Nanking lead by the Japanese resulted in the deaths of hundreds of thousands of Chinese children, women, men and elderly alike. There was no discrimination in the eyes of the young and obedient Japanese soldiers, their mission…

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  • Effects Of Mongol Rule On Central Asia

    Mongol rule between 1200 and 1500 CE has had great impact on Central Asia and on China however, China has been left with a greater and longer lasting impression left by the Mongols because of the relative proximity between the two empires. The Mongols throughout the ages have wreaked havoc and created an empire that was vast and continuous and within their empire they encompassed people of all backgrounds and cultures, which would at some points make it hard to control the masses, but an open…

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  • Chinese Religion

    Nowadays in 21 centuries, human society steps into the era of advanced civilization, various religions are able to exist together instead of having one specific religion dominates the others. As a successful example of coexistence of different religions, the Chinese religions give a thorough illustration and explanation on how the Daoism, Buddhism, and Confucian can merge together harmoniously: as Chinese culture was influenced by Daoism, Buddhism and Confucian simultaneously, there appeared a…

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