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  • Buddhism Influence

    roads, most importantly the Silk Road, to China, Mongolia, Korea and Japan” (Helble 1). Soon, the adaptable religion made its way to East Asia particularly in China, Korea, and Japan. Coincidentally first Buddhism spread from India to China, China to Korea, and lastly Korea to Japan. This paper will argue that Buddhism has had a positive influence on East Asia through lifestyle and trade. Lifestyle will be assessed through viewing the impact of improving quality of life and providing…

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  • Globalization In Malaysia Essay

    There are many frequent exchanges in different countries. Globalization is the development of the world’s most important trends. Including political, economic and cultural and other aspects. This essay will analyse three positive aspects of globalization on Malaysia. This essay will use Malaysia to examine on impact of globalization from a political. Economic. Cultural perspective. Finally, this essay will collect my views about positive globalization of Malaysia. Globalization means increased…

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  • Indonesia Swot Analysis Essay

    as a Destination for FDI: Strengths: • Geographically speaking, Indonesia lies in the strategic location through which the world trade transits, i.e. near straits of Malacca that link Indonesian ocean littoral to the South China Sea and the larger Pacific Ocean. If developed, can become a major transit hub in the world. • Country is rich in natural resources like coal, minerals like tin, gold, copper, nickel and bauxite, oil & gas and fertile land to support agricultural products. •…

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  • Jared Diamond's Theory Summary

    Jared Diamond went to New Guinea to originally research birds that lived there. Along his travels he met a man named Yali who he spent some time talking to, who then asked Jared the question Why is it that you white people developed so much cargo and brought it to New Guinea, but we black people had little cargo of our own? Jared at the time had no answer to Yali’s question, so he decided to do research on the question and wrote a book about it. His theory to Yali’s question was it’s not the…

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  • The Impact Of Information And Communication Technology In Western Culture

    Abstract: While information and communication technologies are ubiquitous in Western culture. The assimilation of such technologies is offering a broad dynamic Southeast Asia. The complexities that hold back the liberal embracement of these technologies fall under three realms, sociological, pedagogical, and the integration into institutes of higher learning. An effort is made to understand better these dilemmas and offer a justification for the further study with the aim of providing better…

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  • Soft Power Case Study

    Discussion I. Case Study 1.1 Definition of Soft Power and How Japan Implement its Soft Power. Power is a capability to do something in order to achieved what people want. In international relations, power could be defined as the a potentiality of a country to achieve the national interest within international dimension (Keohane & Nye, 1998, p. 86). Moreover, there two types of power, these are hard power and soft power. Hard power is the ability of a nation to get something that the country…

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  • Compare And Contrast China's Open Door Policy

    States and Japan both wanted control over Asia .However, they both had different objectives on how they were going to gain control of Asia between the years of 1899 and 1942. John Hay, who was the secretary of state of the United States, proposed an idea called an open door policy which consisted of the option of opening up trade in China to the United States, China, and several nations in Europe. One of the United States objectives for gaining control over Asia is having China become open for…

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  • Liberalization And Globalization In Asia

    After the end of the Cold War, many counties in Asia have become independent from its colonization. Until now, there has no major war occurred in this region. During this period of peacetime, Asian countries have enjoyed the growing of economic and global influence. Russia, China, and India these newly advanced economy countries started undermining the U.S. influence in Asia. In order to remain its economic interests and political power in Asia, the U.S. has adjusted its global strategy. The…

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  • South China Sea Case Study

    Why South China Sea is victim of disputes? The South China Sea is intentionally sited. It is sited in a way that it overlaps the main lanes of the sea between Asia, Middle East and the Europe. It becomes the main international way for sea trade and transportation, where most of the world’s largest traffic passes. As a global concern, the geopolitical and economic importance of the South China Sea lessens the secure navigation of tanks in water. The region plays a strategic maritime and military…

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  • Why China Make Coalition And Alliance In Asa Case Study

    Why China can make coalition and alliance within Asia? China has been regarded as the most prominent rising power in the world during the last decades for its significant economic growth and more active role in the regional or multinational organisations. Further, the important statues of China has even warned the U.S. that this growing power with ambition may change the world order in the future and challenge its hegemonic place (Hurrell, 2014). The U.S. assertion may seems pragmatic as some…

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