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  • Why I Want To Study

    I was brought to the United States at a young age with my mother hoping to reunite with my father who had left China years earlier to pursue his vision of the “American dream”. Like many immigrant parents, my father recognized early on that he would have the chance to enjoy the “dream” that he worked so hard and sacrificed so much for. My parents abandoned their personal aspirations to ensure that both my brother and I would be able to live a life filled with opportunities that they could never…

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  • Fahrenheit 451, By Ray Bradbury: An Analysis

    resemblance to reality, let along to the media censorship in China. Yet that assumption could not be more wrong. Fahrenheit 451 symbolizes the reality of censorship that many in China live with during political unrests. But first, try to imagine living in Hong Kong with the following…

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  • Cheongsam Fashion Analysis

    The Cheongsam was first considered as ‘cool’ in the 1920s in Shanghai, and its audiences were the “students, teachers, and ladies from wealthy families” (Hong Kong Museum of History). Because the Cheongsam was a luxury garment in the 1920s, it was only affordable for members of the upper class, including celebrities and public figures. Looking at this from a rhetorical perspective and relating it to the logos…

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  • Monopolies In China

    the mainland does have some degree of capitalism, Hong Kong especially exemplifies this. From 1842 to 1997, the British were in control of Hong Kong. When it did rejoin China in 1997, it did so with the agreement that for 50 years after it rejoined China, Hong Kong would keep its capitalist economic system and voting system (bbc.com). The island 's companies made almost twice the amount of money that was made on the mainland since 2012. Hong Kong is the main center for investment in China.…

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  • Foreign Domestic Helper Case Study

    Is the foreign domestic helper/worker and integral part to the Hong Kong family? Introduction: Hong Kong, the city that never sleeps, shadowing a thriving economy and rigid workforce system. As the years have gone by Hong Kong has created several job opportunities, from sweeping the streets, to being an investment banker. It is undisputed that people pursue job opportunities everywhere, these people, even include, parents. Parents have responsibilities when it comes to family, providing for…

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  • The Functions Of Board Of Directors Of China Primary Energy Holding Limited

    board of directors of China Primary Energy Holding Limited in terms of the communication and other forms of engagement with shareholders. The following passage will discuss the topic above in three main areas that are the degree of compliance with Hong Kong GEM Corporate Governance codes, the impact of ownership structure on company’s performance and the effectiveness of communication with shareholders. BACKGROUND INFORMATION China Primary Energy Holding Limited (China Primary) is an investment…

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  • Michael Bay's Transformers: Age Of Extinction

    “It is a fact, blessedly confirmed, that the American movie is affectionately received by audiences of all races, cultures, and creeds on all continents”, was said by the President of MPPA Jack Valenti and he was correct in saying so. The fourth installment of the Transformers: Age of Extinction, may have missed the mark at U.S. box offices, but there are many countries around the world where the film profits did not disappoint specifically China. The international success found in China from…

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  • The Opium Wars In China

    The Opium Wars were two wars in the 19th century which forced China to trade with the world. The first opium war was between Great Britain and China in the 19th century, this was also called the Anglo-Chinese War. War had begun due to the different viewpoints they had on diplomatic relations, trade, and administration of justice for foreign nationals in China. An imbalance in the European market was created when the Europeans demanded for Chinese goods (silk,porcelain, and tea). In the 17th and…

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  • Chinese Cinderella

    ”Gone With the Locusts” because of Ye Ye’s inspirational words, ”It was announced today that 14-year-old Hong Kong schoolgirl Adeline Jun-Ling Yen of Sacred Heart Canossian School, Caine Road, Hong Kong, has won first place in the International Play-writing Competition held in London, England, for the 1951-1952 school year. Our sincere congratulations, Adeline, for bringing honor to Hong Kong” (191). This is what gets Father’s attention and eventually her acceptance into college in England. Ye…

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  • Multiculturalism In America

    America is a multicultural country. People came from all around the world that are living in this big society. You can see people are combining two or more different cultures together. They are trying to learn and accept different things. Like, chopsticks are no longer a patent of Chinese, most people know how to use chopsticks. Most immigrants are fitting into American society. Likewise, most Americans are willing to become allies or family with foreigners. Most people accepted the concept of…

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