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  • Li Ning Running Case Study

    1. Executive Summary Despite Li Ning current tactics enhancing the structure and the profit of the group, the Chairman and CEO hope Lining can be the leading sports brand in China. This report will using the “Integrated Marketing Communications (IMC) RABOSTIC Planning Model” devised by Pickton and Broderick (2005, p.1), which helps to planned, organized and managed marketing communications, the following report will guide the implementation of new methods of contacting target especially the…

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  • The Contributions Of Confucianism In The Han Dynasty

    tradition, and a way of life (Welming, 1). The Confucian ideology focused on piety, humaneness, ritual, and support for the hierarchy (Westergard, 2). Although there were writings of Confucianism as early as the 4 century, it rose to dominance in the Han Dynasty (206 B.C.E-220 C.E.). Reigning for more than 400 years with a brief interruption of the Xin dynasty (9-25 C.E.), it was undoubtedly one of the most successful dynasties in Ancient China. Throughout the dynasty, Confucianism was clearly…

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  • Wudang Character Analysis

    hold on and protect. Yu Shu Lien Yu Shu Lien is shocked by this act and does not realize at first why he would do such a thing as Wudang was his life. Wudang is one type of Kung Fu in China. His longing for a life with Yu Shu Lien is felt without being directly said. Yu Shu Lien goes to Beijing to visit Sir Te and bring him the Green Destiny. She explains the story to him on Master Li mu Bai wants to give up the green destiny the symbol of a great warrior and his traditions. The Green…

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  • Yan Fu Translation Studies: A Case Study In Chinese Translation Studies

    I. Introduction Yan Fu (1854-1921)is regarded as a great translator and an important translation theorist in China, for his translations and his proposition of Xin-Da-Ya. Since the formal publication of his Tiah Yan Lun in 1898, a "translation" (Dazhi or rendition) of Evolution and Ethics by Huxley, Yan Fu has undoubtedly served as a case study in Chinese Translation Studies. Gradually, Yan Fu Translation Studies becomes an indispensable part of Chinese Translation Studies. Provided a term Yan…

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  • Tibetan Language Case Study

    From the news article “Clampdown in Tibetan Schools”, it is obvious that there are fundamentally two institutional problems with the current education policy: firstly the incoherent bilingual education policy with Han-Chinese chauvinism and secondly the manipulation of education as a political tool for patriotic campaign. Nevertheless, it is obvious that education is not the only domain in which the mistreatment of Tibetan language is ubiquitous, as one can discern…

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  • Hot Air Balloon Essay

    BRADEY HEATHFIELD CLASS 11 PROJECT. JANUARY 2015 THE HISTORY OF HOT AIR BALLOONS Hot air balloons date back to Zhuge Liang of the Shu Han kingdom (220-280AD) in China. These were used for signaling in the military and are known as Kongming lanterns. Albert’s Magnus who was a German philosopher also contributed with his theory of relative weights. In the 1500s Giovanni de Fontana made a object from cloth and rings of wood. His theory was if a burning brand that made lots of smoke was placed…

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  • Korean Wave And Pop Culture

    The Korean Wave refers to the cultural phenomenon in which people in the world are willing to adopt and consume Korean popular culture (Jung, 2006). The Korean Wave is the term coined by the Chinese media for the first time to describe the sudden surge in the popularity of Korean culture in China in 2002 (Hogarth, 2013). The Korean Wave usually includes Korean music, dramas, films and games and is a hot cultural change and trend especially in Asian nations today. Korean television drama has been…

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  • The Joy Luck Club By Amy

    The Joy Luck Club by Amy Tan showcases the disconnections between mother and daughters, particularly those of immigrants. In the book Mothers and Daughters: Complicated Connections Across Cultures, Alice H. Deakins, Rebecca Bryant Lockridge, and Helen M. Sterk make the argument that all women share one experience in common, being a daughter (90). While that argument is true, it is a little more complicated, each daughter goes through different experiences than others, as shown in The Joy Luck…

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  • Confucian Influence On Business Relations

    Empirical focus The empirical focus of this paper is that the role of personal relations has more impact than the rules or principles on Chinese modern business relations. Under the influence of close interpersonal relationship from Confucianism, traditional moral standards, and historical war stratagems, personal relations become the critical factor instead of legal instruments in the business process. First, Confucianism served as the core value of Chinese society for more than two thousand…

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  • Mongolian And Han Architecture

    The practicing and thinking in design came a long way, because the Silk Road was a period which the Mongolia and Han culture deeply exchanged and influenced the practicing and thinking in design; in the Yuan dynasty, although the Mongols governed the Han, its ethnic policies promoted cultural exchange and encouraged the development of the Han culture (). The concept of the Silk Road was first by Ferdinand Freiherr von Richthofen from Germany in 1877(). Biaomian it is a trade…

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