Education in the People's Republic of China

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  • Deng Xiaoping's Reform In China

    After Mao Zedong’s death in 1976, China started its new reform era. The new era contrasts sharply from its former era. After the failure of the Great Leap Forward and the Cultural Revolution, Deng Xiaoping started a series of reforms that lead to today’s China. There are many aspects that are different from Mao’s regime, but also many aspects they remain constant throughout the years. During the early years of the People’s Republic of China, the communist-lead party was still no part of the international community. It was not until the early 1970s when the country finalized its relations with others, and more significantly with the US and Japan. This might be a cause that indirectly pushes Deng to reform. In the Mao’s years, despite the fact…

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  • Compare And Contrast China After 1911 Revolution

    Compare and contrast China before and after 1911 Revolution The late Qing reform was introduced in the early 20th century. The reform was totally a waste of time as the people started to realize that it was beyond the bounds of possibility for China to survive in the Qing Dynasty. Therefore, many people in China started joining the revolutionary movements led by Dr. Sun Yixian, and as a result, this led to the outbreak of the 1911 Revolution. However, during the Qing Dynasty and after 1911…

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  • China Pros And Cons

    There is but one china, and Taiwan is a part of China.” This statement, otherwise known as the One China Policy is absolutely correct. Today, China is a country divided into two separate governments; Taiwan which is governed by the Republic of China, and the mainland which is governed by The Peoples Republic of China (cfr.org, Michal Roberge and Youkyoung Lee). Here lies the problem; each government claims that they are the true China! To fully understand this highly controversial dilemma, one…

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  • Differences Of Rule Of Law Between Hong Kong And Mainland China

    There has been a huge uproar in recent years about the major differences of rule of law between Hong Kong and Mainland China. The fact that Hong Kong used to be an important colonial port of British Empire for quite a long time has certainly left its mark. Obviously, the laws and accordingly concept of rule of law in both of these countries have a long history and tradition. The problem for Hong Kong is the major differences with which British and Chinese societies were moving forward over the…

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  • Four Asian Tigers Case Study

    The four Asian Tigers: Hong Kong, South Korea, Singapore, and Taiwan have swiftly expanded through economics, industrialization, technology, and education. These countries were the first to transform from a developing nation into a newly industrialized nation (Cateora, 327). These regions, also known as the “East Asian miracles”, highly influenced the creation of China’s economy and trade relations. The four Asian Tigers’ economic boost and trade alliances, motivated the U.S. Trade…

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  • Persecuted In China Essay

    In China there are currently 500,000 people being detained without charge or trial. China also holds the most executions out of any country in the world. Though the exact number of executions is classified by the state, but an estimate of 3,000 executions were made in 2014 alone (AmnestyUSA.org & Telegraph.co.uk). Ever since the Communist Party of China took control of the government in 2012, the Chinese government has locked down on citizen’s rights and violating their privacy. Those who speak…

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  • The Impact Of The Cultural Revolution In China

    Since the late 1970s, China has experienced unprecedented economic growth and development. Established in 1949, the People’s Republic of China, under the governance of Mao Zedong and the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) set forth to achieve national unity, social and economic change and freedom from foreign interference (Cienciala, 1999). Mao’s economy was established by 1952, and was a socialist, command economy (Mitter, 2008). Started on the simple principle frequently stated by Deng Xiaoping,…

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  • Nanjing Government After 1911 Essay

    This essay is about analysing the policies and decision that the Nanjing Government made after the 1911 revolution in 1937.There are real reforms after the 1911 revolution until the Nanjing government in 1937. The period was far more stable than the preceding warlord era. There was enough stability to allow economic growth and the start of ambitious government projects, some of which were taken up again by the new government of the People's Republic after 1949. Nationalist foreign service…

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  • How Did Mao Zedong Influence The World

    political and economic systems work. Today, China is one of the world’s most powerful nations. They dominate the world’s economy because of the political and economic foundations that Mao Zedong laid down during the Communist revolutions that he led as leader of The People’s Republic of China. Mao Zedong was born into a village in the Hunan Mountains, a mountain range west of Shanghai in central provinces of China, in the year 1893. Working as a peasant farmer, he saw the extreme…

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  • Albania Research Paper

    ROLE PLAY - ALBANIA LINK TO THE COUNTRIES UNDER CONSIDERATION From 1994-1992 Albania had a government structure which had characteristics features of the rule in China, Soviet Union and Germany. The country was then known as the People's Socialist Republic of China(1976-1991) and the form of government existing in the nation was Single-Party Marxist-Leninist Hoxhaist Socialistic republic under totalitarian dictatorship. Albania's rulers implemented elements of the Stalinist economic system in…

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