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    the members or the citizens of the society. The other form of democratic government is also possible and frequently find in modern societies. For a real example: mostly, we can see the legislative councilor on TV broadcast who were elected by the Hong Kong citizens that representative government where public actions lie in the hands to vote of public affairs. And this sounds, for…

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    The global population becomes older and older and it seems, produces a series of issues for society. In the last century, some countries, particularly developed countries, have shifted policy in the direction of low fertility. Combined with the advances in medical technology, people get better assistance, which improves the average age within a short period of time. As a result, people are happy and live longer. However, aging population problem has emerged. Although medical advances and better…

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    the 28th of May 1938, his family had to move to Hong Kong as Shanghai was being invaded by the Japanese. When he was 12 years old, Victor’s mother died of breast cancer. He and his mother shared a strong and unique bond which left him upset upon her death. As this sadness turned into motivation, he didn’t want others to suffer the same pain that he did. This was what made Victor Chang to realize that he had to be a doctor. While he was at Hong Kong, he attended Kowloon Tong Primary School and…

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    Essay On Teenage Activism

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    You have seen young people doing amazing things and have you ever wondered how they got started? Teen activism is started and, caused by different means. Some examples of causes are motivated from a parent, observation of an issue happening to someone, being directly affected by the issue. Some examples of these are Craig Kielburger, Malala Yousafzai Joshua Wong, and others One reason that teen activism is started is when a parent is involved. An example of this is Malala Yousafzi and her…

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    Hofstede

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    and Collectivism plays a total opposite role between China and New Zealand. (David C. Thomas, Kevin, Au., 2002) Hong Kong and New Zealand global managers have a different expectations in regards of the business culture atmoshere. The cultural dimension of hofstede study have identified an extreme opposite positions between both country in the style of management. In a high context of Hong Kees, they are catogerized as collectivism because they focus on group rather than solo interests. The…

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    Current conservation In view of the difficulties faced in conservation, different international parties held measurement to protect the Great White Shark from extinction. The CITES (the Convention on International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Fauna and Flora) is the most popular international agreement in the world. It is not protecting those endangered species only, but also many wildlife species because it makes sure the sustainable development of the trade in order to safeguard the…

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    to understand child development by using case study method along with child observations and parents interview. Given the circumstances of long distance, Skype is used to observe the child and parent interview. Matthew, who is born and raised in Hong Kong, is an outgoing and smart 7th grader. He is a 10 year-old Chinese boy growing up in a middle class family with nuclear family structure, also lives with married parents and a 19 year-old sister who is a college student. Middle childhood is the…

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    badminton player. 2. He used to be ranked no.9 on the world, and now he works as a badminton coach. 3. He used to be in the Indonesian badminton national team. 4. Since he immigrated to Hong Kong, he joined the HK national team. 5. Because he hadn't lived in Hong Kong long enough (7 years), so he could not represent Hong Kong national team to play in 2004 Athens Olympics. 6. Agus has a Chinese name: Lam Kwong Ngai 7. The surname maybe followed his wife; given name Kwong means light, and Ngai…

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    The Mood For Love Analysis

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    Wong Kar Wai is probably the most innovative and avant-garde director to come out of Hong Kong. As part of the second New Wave of Hong Kong cinema, Wai moved far away from the traditional, Jackie Chan and Shaw Brothers style of films, which focused on action, and explored more substantial themes, icnluding human psyche, politics and the social conditions in Hong Kong. His aesthetics are quite similar with Jean-Luc Godard and the French Wave, in general, particularly because he also took apart…

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    1. Introduction The course ‘Classroom Learning and Student Development’ involves various important concepts that are closely related to the roles of teachers in facilitating students learning and guiding student development. One of the most important and inspiring topics is catering for student differences, especially students with special educational needs (SEN). My teaching philosophy emphasizes on meeting student differences and learning difficulties. I believe it is essential to provide…

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