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  • European Domination In China

    In this event, China lost its political independence as it cannot use its Chinese Law to punish the criminal Europeans in China. For example, as what we discussed in lecture, if a British raped a Chinese girl in China, he will be charged based on British Law and punished in British. The criminals, therefore, may escape from the Chinese punishment that they deserve. As a result, Europeans became dominative group and bold to do anything such as commit crime in China. The European domination…

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  • How Did The Song Dynasty Affect China

    From AD 1000 to AD 1600, China was united under the Song dynasty. The Song dynasty began in 960 and persisted until 1279. During this era, China became the first government in world history to nationally issue banknotes and was the first government in China to establish a permanent-standing navy. The Song dynasty is divided into two distinct periods, Northern and Southern. Following the Song dynasty was the Yuan dynasty, also known as the Great Yuan. This dynasty lasted from 1271 to 1368 and was…

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  • Ethnicity And Ethnicity In China

    The difference between “nationality” and “ethnicity” is that the former treats the minorities of China as societies with “a fully functional division of labor”, history, and territory, while the latter treats minorities as a “category” and focuses on their maintenance of boundaries and their self-definition in relation to the majority group. The major minority ethnic groups in China are Zhuang (16.9 million), Uyghur (11.5 million), Hui (10.5 million), Manchu (10.3 million), Miao (9.4 million)…

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  • Chinese Censorship In China

    Issues Over the last several years, Google and China have been locked in a battle over censorship. In addition to filtering its citizen’s internet searches, the Chinese government routinely restricts access to, or outright blocks, several of Google’s products. Products such as Gmail, Google Drive, Google Calendar, and Google Translate are the most affected. These actions by the Chinese government have a direct effect on Google’s market share in China and overall revenue. In early 2010, just…

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  • Imperialism In Ancient China Summary

    Precis: Hevia in “Introduction” examines the way in which perspectives on imperialism in Asia and change in Imperial China gave changed from a traditional to more modern view, and plans to apply these changes to the encounter between the British and Chinese during the MaCartney Embassy. First off, Hevia cites events throughout twentieth-century history that have identified motivations of imperialism as more than economic but instead as aims to create social hegemony throughout a state. He also…

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  • The Three Philosophies Of Daoism, Legalism, And Confucianism In China?

    Towards the end of the Zhou Dynasty (1100-221 BCE), three main philosophies emerged in response to the disorder of the warring states period: Daoism, Legalism, and Confucianism. These three philosophies played a great role in the development of China and were all utilized at some point in Chinese history. Of the three, Confucism has easily been the most influential in the development of the Chinese state through history. Confucism developed almost 2,500 years ago as a social and political…

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  • Chinese Culture In China

    November 5, 2016, China has a population of over 1.37 billion people (Livepopulation). That number is expected to increase to 1.39 billion in just four years. With so many people occupying one country, there are many different traditions and a very diverse culture. China has over 56 ethnic groups, with the largest one being the Hans. A culture is the way a country’s people act and interact. This usually includes religion, language, food, etiquettes, art, ceremonies, etc. China has a culture that…

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  • Internationalization In China Essay

    of the internationalization process of the firms, particularly the usefulness of the three main theories including Dunning’s eclectic paradigm, Uppsala Model and Porter’s Diamond Theory, to explain why and how Galanz to have internationalization. China dominates world manufacturing…

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  • Corruption In China Essay

    ran in Macau in the previous years. In 2008, Mainland China ran an anti-corruption drive that coincided with an effort to limit the amount of mainland tourists to Macau in an attempt to decrease corruption (The Huffington Post). As a result, Macau’s economy shrank by an overwhelming 17.2% (CNN). This drastic economic decrease is proof of how much of Macau’s economy is truly based on its gambling…

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  • China-Indi Differences

    China-India: Differences Asia is home to two of the biggest countries in the world in regards to population. Those countries are no other than India and China. These two countries both have a population of 1.3 billion, and are often regarded as very similar countries. However, India has a population of 1.324 billion, while China has a population of 1.379 billion. They may be on the same continent, but they're both poles apart. China and India are two countries that appear to be similar, but in…

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