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    Furthermore, like the samurai of Japan as time went on, success required more than brawn: it required loyalty to his liege-lord in society as well as strategy and ingenuity on the battlefield. Born of Noble blood and birth in the time of Charlemagne, in the 9th and 10th Centuries of France, and his successors. The knight emerged from the cavalry of…

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    Feminism And Functionalism

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    This essay will look at the similarities and differences between the culture and social organisation of Japan and Britain. It will focus on family and education and how the structures, norms and values relate to Feminism and Functionalism. When comparing the education system of the British and Japanese, there are many similarities with regards to attendance and general structure. Japanese schools, like the British, have primary, junior and senior schools and children attend for an average of 6…

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    Sumi-E Painting Analysis

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    is often accompanied with. Japanese, Korean, and Malaysian people learned this beautiful art from the Chinese and created their own unique versions of it. For this paper I will be focusing on the Japanese from of Sumi-e painting, specifically the history and culture behind it. Although modern day sumi-e paintings can include colors, the traditional art of sumi-e paintings involves only the color black. In oriental paintings black is considered the simplest of all colors.…

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    cultures. Japan is located in East Asia on the Pacific Sea. The currency in Japan is the Yen (JPY). It has four main islands, and a large number of active volcanoes that cause the country to have frequent earthquakes. Japan’s Prime Minister is working hard to not only preserve his nation’s landscape but also modernize his government. Foreign trade is Japan’s main economic source, which brings many different people from all over the world coming in and out of the country. Even though Japan…

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    Nt1310 Unit 2 Assignment

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    transition and cultural identity that Japan had at the moment. Through these three movies and especially the ones set during World war two I was able to see the Japan trying to grow to fit a new world with new ideas and standards. It was also clear to see the different expectations and realities that all the different players were seeing or working with. Starting off looking at Hiroshima and a Bridge to the Sun, both of these films really led me to see a Japan that was holding on to its…

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    Battle Of Tsushima War

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    Throughout history, many pivotal events have changed the world into what it is today. Specifically looking into historical battles, one may consider how things might be different with an alternate outcome. Let us look at the Battle of Tsushima and examine how a different outcome could have changed things for Russia as well as Japan. If Russia actually took the Russo-Japanese War, Japan would not have started their rise as a powerhouse . The European nation would have continued its rein for a…

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    6 weeks. 6 weeks is how long it took Japan to commit a heinous crime. 140,000-300,000 innocent were people killed...in a period of 6 weeks. Due to the proximity between China and Japan one might assume that they are on good terms. However, this is not true. Both Japan and China still talk about the Rape of Nanking to this day; also there have been disputes between the two countries which shows that they are not on good terms. It all started when Japan came into China on December 13, 1937, and…

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    System: An Admirable Method Most people would agree that the country of Japan is a world superpower that holds plenty of influence over much of the present world. Of course, the island country did not suddenly hold as much power as it currently does in a single day, nor did it have a lack of struggle to get to its current position. Japan has a long history that leads up to its current events, and a major portion of that history has contributed to the country’s current record of success is its…

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    The Japanese culture Japan well-known as the country that obviously has a unique cultural in the world. In fact, Japanese have been taught by generations that how good their culture is and something it is only they can understand or it can call ‘’nationalism’’. The Japanese culture (customs and communication) is so involve, it is very importance to understand about their culture, their attitudes and some basic values before doing business in Japan. Owing to the Japanese culture, it is…

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    Japan 2011 Tsunami Summary

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    Japan 2011 Tsunami By Jayden Dwyer Summary On March 11, 2011, 231 miles northeast of Japan a 9.1-magnitude earthquake occurred 15.2 miles underwater. This is the biggest earthquake in Japanese history. The earthquake erupted along a subduction zone, this is where two tectonic plates meet and collide (convergent) with each other. Subduction is a process where one of the two plates slides underneath the other plate melting into the mantle, this builds up stress between the two…

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