Chiang Mai

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  • Encounter With An Elephant Analysis

    If you 're looking for a unique elephant encounter you 'll find it in Chiang Mai, Thailand at the Elephant Nature Park. This place is an expansive sanctuary and home to many of Thailand 's distressed elephants. They not only save and care for elephants in need, they also rescue dogs and cats. Luckily for us, they 've made it their mission to educate the public about general animal welfare and the torment that many elephants are forced to endure for the tourism industry. Why is that little factoid 'lucky for us ' exactly? They share their park with us to allow us to have an up close elephant encounter in a much more ethical way. They share their stories and spread awareness in the hopes that one day, the elephants won 't face the same troubles…

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  • Air Pollution In Chiang Mai Essay

    How to solve air pollution problem in Chiang Mai “Go green”, “Think green”, or “Save the world” are some of slogans that people know. Several years ago, the world faced many environmental issues. One of them is the problem of air pollution. This aspect is a very dangerous problem in our world today. Some people think that air pollution is not harming the earth or the people. This is why it has become a very dangerous problem in Chiang Mai today. According to CityNews, Particulate matter…

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  • Chiang Malaysia Case Study: The Case Of Chiang Mai Case

    Not to our surprise, the ICS results of Chiang Mai case are different from other 3 cases in several aspects. We will try to elaborate and discuss about those different accordingly in each section. Figure 5.1 shows the distribution of the ICS samplings according to their country of origin as follow, among 100 respondents, the majority is from Myanmar (34%) following by Japan (14%), USA (10%) and Lao (10%). 10 people are from Cambodia, 8 people are from China a, 7% of the respondents are from…

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  • Chinese Civil War: The Rise Of The Chinese Communist Party

    During the mid-1930’s Mao spoke out against Chiang Kaishek, the leader of the GMD, and his continuing attacks on the Red Army. Even as the Japanese were invading main land China (Karl 54). This decision to put the responsibility for the Japanese conquest of China was successful in gaining popular support for the communist, and while also weakening the nationalist (Lecture 10/29). It was during this period that the two sides formed the second united front to confront the coming Japanese invasion…

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  • Farewell My Concubine Film Analysis

    Farewell, My Concubine is a Chinese film that presents the lives of two men who found great fame in Peking opera in 20th century China. While the film shows their skill within the art and the successful lives they gained with it, it also shows the hardships that they had to face as children, then later as adults when the government and society of China changes before them as they age. This film is not only a great introduction to the vibrant and beautiful art of Peking opera, but also provides a…

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  • Manhua Journey To The Western Analysis

    Manhua Journey to the West, a graphic novel by Zhang Guangyu in 1945, is a nod to the Chinese classic Journey to the Wets by Wu Cheng'en written in the year 1592. It is written around the reign of the KMT and during the second Sino-Japanese War. From which Zhang uses the style in which Journey to the West was written to "implicate" poke fun of the government and their policies. How does Zhang Guang use the classic Journey to the west to explain the events around 1945 circa China? Why does he…

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  • Long March Essay

    How Significant was the Long March in order for the CCP to establish power in 1949? Intro Before the Long March, there was a conflicting and war torn infrastructure between political parties and warlords. At the time of the creation of the communist party in 1921, the Guomindang, the most powerful single force in China, were seeking to unite the county under Chiang Kai-Shek’s leadership. The Communists who were on the brink of annihilation, had been persecuted and forced into the countryside by…

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  • Mao Zedong Hundred Flowers Movement Analysis

    Introduction China in the early 1900s was living under an unstable economy due to poverty and a weak government. China was ruled by warlords and landlords, they took whatever was needed to help themselves. When the people of a nation are unhappily ruled by a dominant force, without aid from foreign allies, they will most likely become influenced by the ideas communism. China developed the Chinese Communist Party, in 1921, to unify the nation to stop poverty and become an independent country. …

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  • Chiang Kai-Shek And The Defeat Of Mao II

    In the 1945, Chiang Kai-shek was respected by the Chinese people and the international community as a national leader who leaded China victory toward Japan. However, three years later, Chiang was defeated by Mao Ze-dong and withdrew his army to Taiwan. This power transformation was not done overnight. Since the success of the Northern Expedition, Chiang’s government had been facing many difficult issues. In 1937, the Anti-Japanese War was weaken Chiang’s government even more. Around the same…

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  • Essay About Drug War

    Douglas Valentine, author of The Strength of the Wolf: The Secret History of America’s War on Drugs, documented how the U.S. government began blocking high level drug trafficking investigations before Harry Anslinger even took office with the Federal Bureau of Narcotics (FBN). Ralph Oyler, a top federal narcotics detective, traveled to China in 1926 to pursue a major heroin trafficking organization, but the U.S. War Department and State Department interfered with his investigation. They did so…

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