Ming the Merciless

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  • Iceville: A Short Story

    was out at Las Vegas. Which that left Torro, an archaeologist, Bobby, a weapon salesman, a pizza lover, and a pickle lover. Their names are not in the story for security reasons. Then, Torro stumbled upon something amazing. A triple cheese burger. He also discovered an ancient tablet. He was like ¨ Woah! This looks amazing! ¨ Torro was walking around in his cool robes he made which look like aztec robes, looking for Bobby. Then, He saw Bobby running. ¨Bobby! ¨ Torro yelled. Then he saw it. All the cats in the town of Iceville chasing him. Then Torro saw a dog, which made the population 110. Then the dog chased the cats away. The dog returned to Torro. Torro said ¨You need a name. How about Ming the merciless? No? Ooh, Starkiller! No? How about Zoltar! Like that? No? How about Fluffy, Destroyer of worlds! Like that? You do? Great! ¨ Than Torro and Fluffy, the russian bear dog ( They grow bigger than bears. I am not joking. ) went looking for Bobby. They found Bobby at the 111th vault. ¨ Bobby! No stealing money from the vault. Our vault was the 101st, remember? ¨ Torro yelled. Bobby replied ¨ Oh yeah , that is why it is not, OH MY GOODNESS!!!!!! What is that?!?!?!?! ¨ ¨ It's Fluffy. Look, i will explain later, but i found an ancient tablet. I just wanted to tell you that I am going to go study it, okay? ¨ ¨ Okay. ¨ The next day Bobby, Torro, the pizza lover, and the pickle lover, were at the 501st bank.…

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  • Footbinding Symbolism

    foot binding recalled, “ It [was] extremely painful to bind, and at first it [made] you sick… you are unable to walk at all” , when another girl “ couldn’t sleep at night” . From the memories of those who had bend their feet, it is clearly that the process of Footbinding was extremely painful. Despite of it, Footbinding was prevailed since Ming dynasty and wasn’t fade away until 20th century. Anthropologist and historians had different predictions of reasoning. Dorothy Ko hold her own…

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  • Injustice To Dou E Analysis

    Guan Hanqing was an acclaimed Zaju dramatist of the Yuan Dynasty, and one of the delegate figures of old Chinese musical show play essayists too(West, Stephen H.70). His best-known work is Injustice to Dou E, which is one of the four extraordinary tragedies of the Yuan Drama, the other three pieces of his work are; Autumn in the Han Palace by Ma Zhiyuan, The Firmiana Rain by Bai Pu and The Orphan of Zhao by Ji Junxiang. The Injustice to Dou remains one of Guan’s greatest pieces of writing. The…

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  • The Great Wall Of China Summary

    Introduction A vigorous indication of the country’s abiding durability was an exclusive configuration known as the Great Wall of China. The Great Wall was assembled and established by a man named Qin, the first emperor of China. He conceived this complex as a forcible blockade to defend the Chinese and their homeland as well. Much of the Chinese society became endeavored to death in the development of this unforgettable wall in China. Qin was frightened that one of his rivals of the other six…

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  • The Importance Of Food In India

    yeasted breads usually appear in the form of steamed buns. The lack of crop-producing lands instead provides value as grazing areas for farm animals, pork and mutton among the favourites. The Shandong region has always been a cultural hub within China, and its foods often referred to as the Imperial Cuisine. Ruling dynasts did so from Beijing (formerly Peking). While styles of cooking varied among ruling parties, the two most distinguished occurred during the Ming and Qing eras. Food of the…

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  • Essay On Lao Te Ching

    “When the Master governs, the people are hardly aware that he exists” wrote Lao Tzu. This passage highlights how Taoist view passivity to govern. “Tao Te Ching” written by Lao Tzu is a classic book on Chinese philosophy that was completed in the 4th century BC. Tao Te Ching translates to “The book of the Way of Virtues” in English. This book has 81 extremely short yet poetic chapters, which are filled with a variety of meaningful messages conveyed in a riddle-like form that takes readers into…

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  • Shanghai Research Paper

    It was once the private garden of the Pan family in the Ming Dynasty. It is uniquely designed with elaborate pavilions, shimmering pools, zigzag bridges, pagodas and impressive rockeries. Visit the famed Jade Rock, a 5-ton beautifully-shaped rock or climb to the top of the Great Rockery. Here you can see Shanghai’s flower the Magnolia grandiflora. Among the trees here are the luohan pine, willows, gingkos, cherry trees and…

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  • Sheng Xuanhuai's Contribution To Modernizing China

    Weeks prior to the procession, Sheng Xuanhuai’s family had engaged in a grueling lobbying campaign to seek a permit for the funeral cortege to go through Nanjing 南京 Road and other major streets in the International Settlement. On October 25, 1917, the Chinese General Chamber of Commerce (Shanghai zong shanghui 上海總商會) filed a written request to the SMC at the behest of the Sheng family for the use of Nanjing Road for the procession. In the letter, Sheng was portrayed as a highly accomplished…

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  • Qing Dynasty Dbq Analysis

    In 1479 the Ming dynasty of China established the laws of isolationism (Doc 1). These laws proved to be crippling for China as they caused a lack of important progressions. In Europe, they had gone through important progressions in agriculture, science and most importantly industry. Due to a lack of incoming ideas the Chinese were limited to their agrarian systems (Doc 1). China was being surpassed by the rest of the world and there was little they could do about it. Due to a lack in progression…

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  • The Categorical Imperative In Immanuel Kant's The Stranger

    The categorical imperative, to Immanuel Kant, is an overarching principle of acting towards others the way you would like for them to treat everybody else; a slight furtherance of the ‘Golden Rule’(Where your actions are based upon the way you would like them to treat you). The categorical imperative creates a moral basis based upon one’s understanding of their own individuality coupled with an empathetic understanding of those around them, based upon their precepts that they’ve come to…

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