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    The Boxer Rebellion

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    boxers would set out killing anyone who followed or promoted Christianity. “Not only were missionaries killed, but also numerous Chinese pastors lost their lives as well as more than 32,000”( The Alliance 1). In the summer of 1900 the boxer rebellers targeted Beijing. This would be a major attack on the feigners and they planned to seize it. “the foreign compound in Beijing where all of the foreign diplomats and many of the foreign business people live and in the early summer of 1900 they lay siege to this foreign compound” (PBS 1). Their motives were to slaughter everyone who foreign or plan to defend foreigners. Witness Luella Mine descries he experience, she says “About ten o'clock the most horrible noise began in the southern city, just on the opposite side of the city wall. It was a horde of Boxers going through their rites, burning incense, crying, "Kill the foreign devils! Kill the secondary foreign devils!”( A Prisoner of the Boxer Rebellion, 1900). There lives were at danger and this sent foreign powers into a panic and forced them to take action. The Boxers would face a retaliation that would change china…

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    “Nothing of me is original. I am the combined effort of everyone I 've ever known.”- Chuck Palahniuk. Chuck Palahniuk states that our own identities are not only formed by ourselves, but also by the culture around us. Gene Luen Yang 's Boxers & Saints follows the lives of Bao and Four during the Boxer uprising in China, as they struggle to find their identities. The uprising forces Bao and Four to chose whom they identify with, their fellow countrymen or the foreigners and christians. Through…

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    The Boxer Rebellion in the 1900s was a group of northern Chinese peasants who aimed to drive out any foreign influences from Japan and the West. They killed Christians, destroyed property, and claimed to work with magic that would protect them. They were rebelling against the upper class, by whom they felt threatened. They used natural causes, like the lack of rainfall and fierce winds, to justify their mission and expand their influences and destruction. Attracting mainly young men to join them…

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    Boxer Rebellion Summary

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    I. Anti-Imperialist uprisings in China had torn the country apart and the Boxer Rebellion initiated a nationalist movement against the invasion of foreigners and foreign dogmas during the Qing Dynasty. This text detailed the intricate origins this rebellion with explicit detail and support for its claims of origin. While this rebellion ended in the defeat of Chinese rebels because of the intervention of the Great powers , it remains an important part of Chinese nationalistic history. The…

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    of the enterprise and shareholders of US Airways would get the remaining 28%. The US Airways administration, inclusive of CEO Doug Parker, will certainly maintain most functional administrative rankings. On 27 March, 2013, Judge Sean Lane confirmed the merger. On July 12, US Airways stakeholders accepted the recommended merger (Lee & Geddie, 2006). Benefits of the Merger Airline companies merger promised to bring a number of benefits to stakeholders: • With the American Airlines, US Airways…

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    Star Wars VI and Avatar are both examples of consisting of a primitive and portrayal of natives. Avatar is a movie that focused on the indigenous inhabitants called the Na’vi. The Na’vi are the extraterrestrial humanoids. Jack took place of his brother when he was killed and became a part of the mission in a world of Pandora. Star Wars VI is a movie that involves a civil war that is within the Galactic Empire. Star Wars VI was set in the past. Being primitive is someone that is preserving the…

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    mysterious adventure with the power to bestow boons on his fellow man.” Having lost his dear family and home, Luke finally accepts that his destiny was to not stay at home on Tatooine and live out his days on being a moisture farmer, but to embark on a journey that would forever change his ordinary life. Throughout the films, Luke’s journey to becoming a Jedi Knight was met with hardships and trials, but by the end of the original trilogy, Luke was finally able to fulfill has destiny and save…

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    Star Alliance Case Study

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    Background Star Alliance has approximately 250,000 questionnaires that have been collected from Alliance carriers. To put the value of this data in perspective, many life-saving drugs on sale today with a value in the billions of dollars, have been analyzed with less than 1/10th or less of data that Star Alliance has available. Although many predictive analysis and modeling techniques have been available for decades, the time and resources to internally plot all of the potential relationships…

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    resulted to a fair competition which leads to efficiency, strategic innovations and lower airfares. Many company join up and the increase in demand raises. The networks of airline show an example of continual progressive complex network. The air transportation set up has witnessed a lot of changes in the past years. One of these changes is the airline alliance. The main reason why some airlines formed alliance is to come up with a way that can reduce cost. It is important to note that this…

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    The Star Wars Saga

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    would happen if they were done really well." George Lucas got his idea and inspiration of galactic fantasy from Flash Gordon movie, since childhood. His fascinating with Flash Gordon movie contributed to the creation of the Star Wars saga. Furthermore, because of the Flash Gordon Movie, today we have Since there are two parts of the Star Wars saga, the first Star Wars film which was released in 1977 was A New Hope, The Empire Strikes Back in 1980, and Return of the Jedi in 1983. “The…

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