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  • The Beginnings Of Inclusion In The People's Republic Of Chin Analysis

    Among every society within the world, there has been a common choice to not include certain groups within the school educations such as women and those who are disabled. Some societies choose to ignore these conflicts and continue educating the healthy men among their societies viewing this form of educating a greater strength for the societies. However, some societies have worked hard to change their education system to not only accommodate those who are healthy and fast, but those who may learn differently or need extra attention. A prime example of this hard work is the change attempt in school education within the Chinese culture that is seen within the article “The Beginnings of Inclusion in the People’s Republic of China.” Education…

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  • Personal Essay: The Earthquake In China

    An unexpectedly accident, no one is ready to do any to escape. This earthquake is the most destructive seism, since the founding of the people 's Republic of China. It is also one of the most serious casualties after the earthquake in Tangshan. This accident caused a total of 69,227 deaths; 17,923 missing population; 374,643 injured; and children lost their lovely of home and family member ; destroyed an entire Sichuan. When the headlines coming out being a Chinese, we are mournful. After this…

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  • Mao Zedong Dbq Analysis

    Japan’s defeat in WW2. The Chinese Communist Party established the People’s Republic of China. This caused the relationship between Chinese peasants and the Chinese Communist Party to change greatly. The peasant class developed a nationalistic movement for themselves, peasants gained social equality and the anti-Japanese beliefs grew. In this time period, the Japanese peasant class fought for nationalistic movements. Mao Zedong, a rising leader of the Chinese Communist Party (Doc. 1), talks…

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  • Deng Xiaoping's Reform In China

    After Mao Zedong’s death in 1976, China started its new reform era. The new era contrasts sharply from its former era. After the failure of the Great Leap Forward and the Cultural Revolution, Deng Xiaoping started a series of reforms that lead to today’s China. There are many aspects that are different from Mao’s regime, but also many aspects they remain constant throughout the years. During the early years of the People’s Republic of China, the communist-lead party was still no part of the…

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  • Differences Of Rule Of Law Between Hong Kong And Mainland China

    seen from the incredibly rise of Chinese GDP and PPP, this point can easily be dismissed. What Hong Kong truly benefits from, is the brain influx from various Asian as well as European and American countries. This gives it the edge over the competitors and we have seen how scared European and US authorities are of prosecuting the financial sector CEOs despite their multiple crimes in the fear that Hong Kong with its great location could become the center for the international banking industry.…

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  • Political System In China

    The first level, which is also the highest level of power, is the supreme law - the Constitution of the People 's Republic of China. The Constitution is the fundamental law of the state; it stipulates that the country 's fundamental political system, economic system, the basic rights and obligations of citizens, which has the highest legal effect, is the core of China 's legal system and commander in chief. The second level is the sum of laws from seven legal branches. These seven legal branches…

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  • Compare And Contrast China After 1911 Revolution

    of the 1911 revolution. After The Late Qing Reform was implemented, the Republic of China was established. Doctor Sun Yixian was the one who introduced the Republic of China in order to improve the situation in China. There was a lot a corruption in China before that and China’s international relationship was also really poor. Doctor Sun’s best friend Yuan Shikai helped him to abolish the Dynasty, as he was a Chinese general. Moreover, he was also well known for his influence during the Late…

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  • Monopolies In China

    of the influence of Capitalism on the Communist country, China’s economic system allows for the existence of monopolies. China’s economy is more successful than those of other communist countries. Background: In the 20th century, China went through tremendous changes in the way its government was run and its economy was structured. The last dynasty of China, The Qing Dynasty, disapproved of trading with other countries. Because of this, the technologies China possessed when they began…

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  • President Richard Nixon's Relationship With China

    Nixon, he stated that the week he stayed in China was “the week that changed the world, as what we have said in that Communique is not nearly as important as what we will do in the years ahead to build a bridge across 16,000 miles and 22 years of hostilities which have divided us in the past. And what we have said today is that we shall build that bridge" (Encyclopedia: “Nixon Foreign Trade,” page 8). The interpretation of this quote is revolved around Nixon’s mentioning of “the bridge.” Richard…

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  • China's One Child Policy Research Paper

    repercussions of the policy is a plethora of bachelors with no hope of marrying in a culture where marriage is widely expected. Chinese men who are unable to marry, ultimately cutting off their legacy, are called “bare branches.” The mental health implications the family planning policy has burdened the male population of China are staggering; it shapes the lonely future for these “bare branches” as one filled with depression, more thoughts of suicide, and higher levels of aggression than that…

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