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    Macao Case Study

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    IV. The characteristic of the casino gaming and other entertainments There is no doubt that, Macau's most successful hotel or casino is the massive Las Vegas Sands flagship Venetian Macao resort. The Venetian Macao is considered as one of the most luxurious and largest casinos hotels in Macau. In the Venetian Macao, there are 120,000 square feet of gaming area and provide 850 gaming tables. The Venetian offer variety type of games to gambler. For example, the blackjack, roulette, craps, Spanish…

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    Jacob Riis Research Paper

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    investigative photographer for the National Child Labor Committee. He would photograph children in coal mines, in meatpacking houses, in textile mills, and in canneries. His photos depict children working in the streets as shoe shiners, newsboys, and hawkers. Often would have to trick his way into factories to take the photographs that factory managers did not want the public to see because of the endangerment it could cause to their…

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    Cape Slavery Essay

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    Slavery at the Cape The Cape as we know it today would not be as it is if it weren’t for our past, if it weren’t for slavery. Slavery played a significantly important role in the history of the Cape as many of its inhabitants today have ancestry dating back to when slaves were first brought here. This makes the Cape a particularly interesting place to have come from, but we are looking at the very origins of slavery and how it has impacted the people of the Cape in today’s society. When Dutch…

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    What Is Patriarchy?

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    The Indian social system, with just a few exceptions, is dominated by patriarchy, which advocates male governance and female subordination. The better share has always been in the control of men and women have to be contented with the minor role and have to be restricted to the background. In this system, a woman is projected to mould herself in the pattern of the family into which she is married and ultimately fuses her identity with that of her husband. As Sudir Kumar Arora predicts:…

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    During World War 2(WW2), there were many questions asked about the Japanese Occupation(JO). One of the most frequently asked question was the reason why the Japanese thought that they were superior.The invasion all started due to the following reasons. Firstly, they were having high birth rates during that time. Due to that, the food resources was not sufficient to tally the needs of people in the country and they needed to implement food rationing. Thus, in order to get more food resources,…

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    Space Race In Canada

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    World War II started a technological revolution for Canadian engineers and research. As Canada’s economy started to boom, Canadian development was one step ahead. Canadians insisted on changing their identity to an internationally noted world power. The Cold war ignited Canada’s change of identity. This was the first war where Canada was seriously threatened by attack coming to their territory. Canada changed its identity from being an agriculture and rural place to a strong nation with a…

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    Churrology Case Study

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    There are many types of eateries selling different types of food been established, from casual fast food restaurants, hawker centres to formal and elegant dining restaurants. Cafés are the most popular one these days. According to one of the food blogger websites, every month, there would be at least five new cafés are opened. These cafés are spread evenly all across the…

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    Singctel Case Study

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    Individual Assignment Company Name: SingTel Q1. Introduction of the company operating in the country, the nature of its business and other relevant facts. 1.1 About SingTel The SingTel Group is Asia’s leading communication group providing an extensive range of services to connect the world. These services include “fixed, mobile, data, internet, TV and infocomms technology (ICT) and digital solutions” (SingTel, 2014, p.1). Headquarter in Singapore, SingTel has more than 130 years of operating…

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    Albania Research Paper

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    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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    Executive Summary: Waste has become a global problem. It has become very necessary to address this problem, so that energy problems can be solved. 50 million tonnes of domestic waste is produced every year, and this is a health hazard. Domestic waste is nothing but paper, kitchen waste, and plastic. Plastic is the common term for a wide range of synthetic or semi-synthetic materials used for a huge and growing range of applications. We can find plastic in most of the items that we use today,…

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