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    Yueyang Hsia Yung Analysis

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    Since the Tang Dynasty in 716 AD, the Yueyang Tower has guarded the Northern gateway to the Hunan province, the point where the Yangtze River meets the Xiang River at Lake Dongting. The site, once a platform for the Wu Kingdom (222-250 AD) general Lu Su to train his naval troops1, offers a beautiful and strategic panoramic view of the surrounding area and a near bird’s eye view of the lake – one of China’s largest bodies of fresh water. The tower had already been through numerous reconstructions, most recently during the Song Dynasty in 1054, when Hsia Yung (mid 14th century) masterfully depicted an idyllic scene of life in Yueyang: scholars stroll about in the foreground amongst the trees and rocks, people enjoy a meal in the tower, and…

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    Disciplinary Systems For faculty, staff and students who violate related regulations, punishment shall follow proper procedures with sufficient evidence, based on the principles of clarity, qualitative accuracy, and appropriateness, strictly in accordance with relevant regulations at the Business School, Hunan University, and National levels. For faculty and staff who violates regulations, HNUBS will give criticism or take disciplinary actions, which consist of warnings, serious warnings,…

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    HNUBS is fully responsible for formulating and implementing its own strategic plans. In compliance with the premise of the overall planning and related policies of Hunan University, the Business School autonomously works out and implements its strategic plans. Specifically, the long-term strategic plans are discussed and put forward by both the Strategic Advisory Committee and all members of the faculty and staff. For instance, the Business School has made its own Strategic Planning of the 12th…

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    the most representative of China. These eight major cuisines and their corresponding geographical locations are: Chuan (Sichuan and Chongqing), Lu (Shandong), Su (Jiangsu), Min (Fujian), Zhe (Zhejiang), Hunan (Xiang), Hui (Anhui) and Yue or Cantonese (Guangdong), (Zhu et al., 2013). The corresponding regions of origin for each of these cuisines can be seen by referring to Figure 1. Figure 1. Map of Chinese Provinces (“Map of China Provinces & Cities”, 2016). The eight regional cuisines are…

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    because there were more people involved. The only problem was it would rain. Rain would slow down the process because there would be tons of water. When done digging, the workers came across bamboo mats. They removed the mats and found a burial chamber. They lifted the top of the chamber and found the chamber was divided into five sections. In those five sections were a big black coffin, with treasures around the coffin. They unpacked the treasures from the sides before trying to move the…

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    Chinese Gumbo and Schezuan alligator. Leong’s restaurant was bombed prior to opening, but then was loved by the public because the chef served comfort food very similar to their traditional fare, like deep-fried peanut butter egg roles. After President Nixon visited China in 1972 and Americans witnessed him enjoying a Chinese banquet on television, the demand for Chinese food surged in the States. General Tso’s Chicken was introduced during this “golden age of fine dining in the United States,”…

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    The Mao Zedong: Genocide

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    Amanda Burnett 5/4/16 D - Block World History The Mao Zedong (TseTung) Genocide Through his campaign for Industrialization, the Great Leap Forward, Mao Zedong caused the deaths of 45 million civilians living in the People 's Republic of China. Through various events in the life of the chinese communist leader, Mao Zedong, it lead him to the powerful communist leader that he had become. On December 26th, 1893 Mao Zedong or Mao TseTung was born into a family of peasants,…

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    6 Rightist From Small Shop Song Wenzai, my grandfather-in-law, was not tall, but handsome with big, clean eyes and bushy eyebrows, straight nose. The inspiring righteousness flowed in his forehead. The heavy beards were all the way on his both cheeks. With a strong Hunan accent, high voice, smiled all the time, he was a kind man with a cheerful look. With his childhood family poverty, went to apprentice learned hand printing as a teenage in Hunan province. At age of twenty, he came to…

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    Mao Zedong had trouble gaining power and rising through the ranks of the Communist Party in the early nineteen thirties. With Chiang Kai-shek and the Nationalist army closing in on the Communist forces, the Chinese Communist Party was in need of a new leader. The Long March was the event that made Mao Zedong the clear leader of the Chinese Communist Party and later the People’s Republic of China. Mao Zedong, or Tse-tung, was born in a small, isolated village in Hunan Province on December 26th,…

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    The reason why capitalism is full of vitality is the existence of innovators. Entrepreneurs are people who are engaged in "creative destruction (creative-destruction)". One of the biggest hidden dangers of the enterprise is the disappearance of the spirit of innovation. Hunan Taizinai Group is an example of what will happen when a company stop to innovation. In the past, Hunan Taizinai Group Company was the largest group which make ferment lactobacillus milk drink. However, Hunan Taizinai Group…

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