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  • Ikea's Entry Into The Chinese Market

    IKEA entered the Chinese market as a joint venture in order to comply with Chinese laws, establishing their first store in Shanghai in 1998. IKEA entered the Chinese market in order to expand beyond the western markets it had already saturated, and take advantage of the growing middle-class of younger Chinese consumers who were more receptive to foreign products and brands. Upon market entry, IKEA faced many similar issues to those encountered by U.S. stores, except in China many of the…

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  • Restaurants As Cultural Ambassadors

    satiating physical hunger. The Din Tai Fung Dumpling House creates an opportunity for interactions with different people from different backgrounds. The restaurant carries the Chinese cultural themes of the respective ethnic group. Because of their nature and setting, the restaurants expose the patrons to a wide range of detailed Chinese cultural insight. The customers have the opportunity of learning about the other cultures through the setting, the language and most importantly the types of…

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  • Gambling In China Essay

    American communities, which usually struggles with poverty and unemployment, Chinese international students in America is one of the extremely unique groups. They tend to come from wealthy families and the number of these Chinese international students in the US is increasing exponentially every year. However, the community does face some issues that could potentially affect this huge population in the US. For instance, the Chinese love to gamble so much that it had been a part of the orient…

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  • Community Care Center Plan Essay

    The Case of Community Care Centre Plan The emergence and development of the community care centre Background The Community Care Centre Plan (CCCP) was implemented in Taiwan because of the social conditions and pressures of the ageing population in the 1990s. The CCCP was based on the unique social conditions in Taiwan, namely the Community Development Associations (CDAs) system. In Taiwan, CDAs are widespread grassroots organizations. Most CDAs were established by the Community Development Plan,…

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  • Joy Luck Club Character Analysis

    founded by her in Kweilin, China in 1944. Suyuan and three other women used to gather once a week to play mahjong and to share food in order to cope with the Japanese invasion of China. Unfortunately, the circumstances get worse and worse as the Chinese army loses the war. When the Japanese army marches into the city, Suyun is forced to leave for her and her twins’ safety. On her way to Chongqing where she believes her husband is, Suyuan becomes very sick. Before she collapses, she puts her home…

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  • Yueyang Hsia Yung Analysis

    Since the Tang Dynasty in 716 AD, the Yueyang Tower has guarded the Northern gateway to the Hunan province, the point where the Yangtze River meets the Xiang River at Lake Dongting. The site, once a platform for the Wu Kingdom (222-250 AD) general Lu Su to train his naval troops1, offers a beautiful and strategic panoramic view of the surrounding area and a near bird’s eye view of the lake – one of China’s largest bodies of fresh water. The tower had already been through numerous…

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  • Chinese Cultural Diet Essay

    Today I begin to discuss about Chinese cultural diet which is the one of the most different cultural diet compare to other types of the cultural diet countries. The main meals in China contains carbs and starch. Moreover, the food also like rice, noodles, fish and mantou are the main part of the Chinese cultural diet which are helpful in dieting and also aware from the diseases and infection. However, I’m going to research about Chinese cultural diet which contains some steps to look about the…

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  • Math Like Me Essay

    qualified mathematicians, Gu had to do janitorial jobs and Hu had to stay at home. Once this was over in 1976, they both returned to their research. In 1991, she was elected as an academician of the Chinese Academy of Science and was the first female to do so. She was also the former vice president of the Chinese Mathematical Society and president of the Shanghai Mathematical Society. In 2002, Hu gave the Noether Lecture during the International Congress of…

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  • Anna May Wong's Influence In Hollywood

    Anna May Wong, considered to be the first Chinese-American movie star, was very influential in the rise of Asian-American prominence in film. She was born as her chinese name Wong Liu Tsong, meaning ‘frosted yellow willow’, and told those around her, “I represent one considerable spot of yellow that’s come to stay in the silver of the screen” (Corliss 2, “Anna May Wong: In Her Own Words”). Through her work, Wong has helped to normalize the image of Asian Americans on screen, and proved the…

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  • Essay On The Nanjing Massacre

    took place in China during the second Shino-Japanese war. The massacre was a series of war crimes committed by the Japanese soldiers upon taking over the city, Nanjing. The Japanese soldiers raped, murdered, and looted the Chinese citizens that were left abandoned by the Chinese military forces. The figure of the atrocities ranges from 150,000 to 200,000 that is claimed by China and 25,000 to 50,000 people that is claimed by the Japanese. Therefore, this massacre became a weapon, in the figure…

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