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    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 Representative to develop a free trade agreement. Singapore and South Korea were the first to consent to the U.S. Trade Representative's offer and become apart of the free trade agreement (Cateora, 328). In turn, this arrangement has expanded not only China’s growth but has helped to develop surrounding nations as well. How did the four Asian Tigers rise out of a developing state? In general, each of the nation's government concentrated on economic expansion and knew a motivated and educated society played an important role in their development (Cateora, 329). Considering China is broken up into regions and each requires its own expansion and strategy, respectively, the regions had their own methods of development (Cateora, 319).…

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    2.1. The Developmental State Theory 2.1.1. A Recipe for Sustained Economic Growth Proliferation of literatures on comparative development studies revolving around the DS paradigm are attributable to rise of the East Asian countries known for their success in sustaining high economic growth over a long period of time coupled with a relatively stable political regime taking a proactive approach in its economic development initiatives. Indeed, this East Asian Miracle has frequently been cited as a…

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    A zebra, an orangutan a hyena and a tiger? Or, a Taiwanese sailor, a mother, a French cook, and Pi? These are two stories that give the same meaning, but one tells a better story. In Life of Pi by: Yann Martel, Pi gets stuck on a lifeboat for 227 days after he is the victim of a shipwreck. He is forced to survive the harshness of the sea. After a truly incredible journey to ultimate survival, Pi tells the story of his miraculous survival in the company of a tiger to Japanese men from the…

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    “The Difference between Alligators and Crocodiles” Plenty of people confuse the alligators and crocodiles, as they are both large, scaly animals of prey. What most people do not think of is that while they are very alike in some ways, they are two extremely different, yet super frightening hunters. Both of these reptiles are members of the reptilian family Crocodylia, however they are from two different families. There are a sum of 25 types of crocodilians (belonging to the Crocodylia family),…

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    Capparis deciduas. Today the abundance of palatable grasses and tree species like Acacia and Salvadora spe have significantly decreased due to massive invasion and dominance of Prosopis juliflora. The fauna of Banni includes: the blue bull, chinkara, black-naped hare, wild boar, golden jackal, Indian wolf, Caracal, striped hyena, Indian fox, desert fox, jungle cat, and desert cat. It also supports a rich diversity of avifauna, herpetofauna and invertebrates. During a good rainfall water bodies…

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    A fish, confined to the small waters of a round glass bowl, encompasses something much larger than itself. The same as a tiger, unrestrained, roaming the vast jungle. And the same as a human. Every living thing must meet some form of an end. Whether this pause is believed to be peaceful and positive or painful and agonizing is based upon experience; nevertheless, it is an inevitable limit that is one day attained by all. Siddhartha, a book of self discovery by author Hermann Hesse,…

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    Personal Narrative Before we get into the story, let me explain to you what is a white-headed langur. A white-headed langur is a special species of monkey that lives in Chong Zuo, China. This species is one of those endangered species in China just like the panda. Professor Pan from the University of Beijing was sent to research and rescue the monkey from danger. Professor Pan was a famous scientist of animals. He was sent to save both pandas and dolphins and had honored by the government.…

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    Makenzie Jensen 10/19/17 3rd hour/Barker Personal Narrative Lions and Tigers and Bears, Oh My!!!! The birds are singing from the tops of the trees. Butterflies fluttering around me. The stream babbling in the distance. All I can see is green for miles. And beyond that are the mountain tops painted in snow. The chilly air blows my long, luscious golden hair out of my face. Shivering, I wrap the thick wool blanket I’m holding around me tightly. I am staring at what would be the most perfect…

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    There is an old story about a lion that was raised by sheep. This lion would eat grass like sheep and graze the landside like sheep because in its mind, the lion was a sheep. Regardless of the surroundings, the lion attended to its identity as if it was a sheep. But, one day while they were moving through the valley, the lion heard a roar from the top of the mountain. When the lion looked up from the mountain and saw the lion it recognized something in the lion that was similar to itself that…

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    When imagining the deadliest animal in the world, the faces that usually come to mind are that of a tiger, a snake, or maybe a shark. However, the most dangerous animal in the world does not have the claws of a tiger, the venom of a snake, or the teeth of a shark. This animal is measured in millimeters, produces hundreds of offspring from a single mother, and feeds off human blood. It is the mosquito. The most common species is culex pipiens, but there are others such as aedes aegypti, aedes…

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