Imperial examination

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  • Causes Of China's Rural Crisis

    The fall of civil examination turned literati to modern intellectual. They rejected the old Confucian humanism for it no longer inspire the moralism that the government needed to represent, and turned to Western countries to model China 's development. The ideas of new nationalism quickly developed into a movement for political activism, urging people to voice their opinions. The country was divided between the politically active liberal nationalist who tried to help build a modern nation with pragmatic governance and students who were highly inspired by the Russian revolution and the communist ideas. Many of the latter students came from bougie families, but ended up joining the communists because they believed in its principles. Peasants from the countryside also…

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  • Chinese Students In The United States

    Chinese students in United States Golden sunlight shines through the clear sky, casts a sharp bright reflection on the top of the mountains in distanced. The airs is tingled up with the sweet smell of summer orange blossom, and with mountains are lining up in one direction, the ocean in the other. The horizon of the blue ocean stretches far and gently vanished little by little, and then finally kisses the skyline. Peer out from the hills over the ocean coast, those palm trees grown tall into…

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  • Similarities Between The Sui Dynasty

    adoption of western dances and songs. This change was due to the success of Tang’s second emperor Taizong and the people's acceptance of foreign culture. After Tang’s end and the fighting warlords, the Song Dynasty had appeared from 960-1279 with an appointed administration and smaller borders. Due to the emperor’s time with the warlords and subjecting them to his rule, Taizo realized from looking at his own experiences and that of others, that his own generals could turn against him. He…

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  • The Internationalization Of Chinese Higher Education Case Study

    The internationalization of Chinese higher education can be traced back almost two centuries. In 1840, following the defeat of the Chinese Empire in the Opium Wars, China was introduced to the concept of modern western education. Chinese higher education started in 1912, with one university and 94 professional staffs. Involvementing inthe World War II against Japan with Japan slowed the development of higher education institutions until 1949. By 1949, there were only 205 colleges and…

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  • Professional School Counseling Experience

    Chae gave us the following information on study guides available at the UNCP Livermore Library: Mastering the National Counselor Examination and the Counselor Preparation Comprehensive Examination by Erford, Hays, Crockett, and Miller, the Encyclopedia of Counseling by Rosenthal, the Study Guide for the National Counselor Examination and CPCE Counselor Preparation Comprehensive Examination by A. A. Helwig, and that additional information about Study Guides: http://www.nbcc.org/Exam/StudyGuides .…

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  • Relationship Between Positive Future Expectations And Symptoms Of Depression

    When thinking positive, you are thinking on the bright side of what can potentially happen. Many people positively fantasize about their futures. Some people who think positive, expect positive results, as we all should. Can those positive thoughts lead to something worse eventually? I have always been taught to think positive, to never let negative thoughts get you down. Always think positive, think it into existence or it will never happen. There are people who have been taught, and…

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  • Student Work Reflective Essay

    Thomas Watson, former chairman of IBM said, “Nothing so conclusively proves a man’s ability to lead others, as what he does from day to day to lead himself.” In my current position, the best things I can do to strengthen and improve the teaching profession are to teach to the best of my abilities, be a professional, maintain a positive attitude, keep my focus student-centered, and influence other teachers to do the same. One of my fellow teachers, Mrs. Pam Parris, and her exceptional…

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  • Comprehensive History

    The comprehensive history and physical examination (H&P) is made up of the following nine major components: history of present illness (HPI), past medical history (PMH), family history, psychosocial, review of systems (ROS), physical examination, laboratory data, problem list, and treatment plan. The HPI section addresses the current problem for which the patient is seeking care for and its chronological development up to the present time. The elements need to be documented are location,…

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  • Teenage Wasteland

    Every day, parents have a fear of their kids and teens going down a “slippery slope”. This slope may include drinking, smoking, taking drugs, and even running away in the extreme situations. Today, the world is facing the extreme problem of millions of teens running . Going down the dangerous path often causes a troubled kid to be formed. Sadly, like millions of teens today, Donny from “Teenage Wasteland” by Anne Taylor falls down his own slope. Donny is a troubled, immature delinquent who heads…

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  • Reflective Essay: A Lessons Learned In High School

    A Lesson Learned My senior year was a complete disaster. I never took anything serious, and I always waited till the last minute to do everything. All throughout my senior year teachers told me I needed to push myself to achieve a higher grade although my stubborn self never listened. I can remember I always was a student who fell under the c to a d range in my grades with homework and tests, and my teachers always told me I could do better. It was not till one day that was towards the last…

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