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    Animal euthanasia is not a hot topic in Hong Kong but in fact it is an issue that we need to care about. In Hong Kong, pet is known as the “asset” of the owner, so pet euthanasia is legal in law. Although the action is legalized, there are two different voices in the society. Pet lovers believed that the pets have their own feeling and should not deprive their lives and it is not ethical. While some pet owners claimed that it is a method to release the pets’ pain and it can reduce the financial…

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    Human Smuggling Essay

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    Routes According to the role of transporters, there are totally three different kinds of route for human smuggling. First, water transportation. It is the most difficult way for transporting. Several factors during the transportation bring risks, for example, the physical conditions, unhygienic conditions and other factors. Physical conditions, like seasick of clients. Unhygienic conditions, like clients vomit with seasick. For the other factors, like the transporters close all the doors of the…

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    Krave Better: Case Study

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    Argentina? I chose Argentina because of their culture for meat. Argentina consumes the most amount of meat per capita in the world. Occaulaity, Argentina falls into second to Hong Kong, and Uruguay because of the loss of culture and meat is linked to cancer research. The reason I chose Argentina over the United States, Hong Kong, or Uruguay is because the culture and population. Argentina culture is strongly influenced with meat consumption by comparison to the world. A man in Argentina was…

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    Why the United States is the most obese country in the world? Many people think obesity only cause by personal habits, including laziness, and bad food choice. However, that is not the only factor. My weight has increased more than ten pounds after I have moved to the US. My daily routine did not change much compared to the routine I used to, but my weight kept increasing. I realized that my personal habits were not the reason for my weight gain, when in fact it was the society’s problem. Many…

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    LVMH Case Study

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    weight of customers from emerging countries will reach 60%. In fact, the purchases in Europe of this group are exploding, although, in the emerging countries, these big firms have their own points of sale. For example, at Queen's Road Central in Hong Kong, rent, according to Business Week, is vertiginous: European brands can pay up to a million Euros a month to ensure a presence in the shopping area. Why, then, do the Russians, the Chinese, or the Brazilians queue up to buy in Paris, London or…

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    Bernard Leech Essay

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    of the styles from Japan, China, Korea, and England. Many of his works are functional, yet highly decorated pieces. Bernard Leach was born on January 5, 1887 in Hong Kong. Though his mother died while giving birth to him, Leach lived with his grandparents on his mother’s side in Kyoto, Japan for a few years before returning to Hong Kong with his father. Eventually they moved to Singapore, then to England. While living in England, Leach attended school and went on to study art…

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    Citizenfour Film Summary

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    conversations they had with foreign affairs. After multiple meetings, Snowden finally released his identity in June. He was wanted in the United States and being overseas in Hong Kong did not help the government. Snowden was smart to apply for the refugee status with the United Nations Commissioner of the Refugees. He started to escape Hong Kong when he heard they were trying to send him back. There a multiple people who are in this movie such as Glenn Greenwild, the investigative journalist,…

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    I hold an open attitude toward the cultural differences and respect different values. Before college, I lived in Mainland China and developed my value system based on the eastern culture. Later, I moved to Hong Kong for college. Because of the British colonialism, Hong Kong developed a unique identity with a mixture of eastern culture and western culture. The four years I spent there not only shaped my worldviews but also enhanced my capability of dealing with culture diversity. I can imagine…

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    or fate. During the time that they were staying in the US, they were sent back to Mexico for several times with the same reason. The identity of the foreigner was their burden. Compare to my own experience, I couldn’t get into any Universities in Hong Kong along with that my parents also sent me to the US to acquire high education, job and fate.…

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    English civilizations were the world's banking and trading systems, they were invented by the british, (they invented Capitalism), and important cities founded or built by the British across the world including New York, Boston, Sydney, Mumbai, Hong Kong, Singapore, Vancouver. They also established parliamentary democracy. The civilizations in the Renaissance also accomplished a lot. One of the Renaissance achievements was the beginning of ’’ a ‘rebirth’ of (literal translation of…

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