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    topics)? I learned that in China live a lot of animals as well as people. Most are common animals that live in other countries but some of the animals that live in China I have never even heard of. Some other thing I learned were the sports of China. I never knew anything or much less heard of anything such as Shadow boxing. Before taking this Mandarin Class or listening from the presentations I never even heard anything called a Mid-Autumn festival even though I have heard of the Chinese New Year. I also learned about many new athletes and politicians. I learned more about famous people heard of and I also learned about new people I have never even heard of before. I also learned a ton of new things about the Chinese Government. I never knew that there was a People’s Republic of China and the Imperial China. Lastly, I learned a lot about chinese culture. Its culture including its language was fastinating and interesting. I was amazed and facinated by the statues, temples and other places its people created like the Terricotta Army and the Forbidden City.…

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    Within the People’s Republic of China, Chairman Mao Zedong during the latter years of his reign, mid-1960’s to mid-1970’s, implemented a series of reforms that attempted to further guide China towards a socialist society vis-à-vis a communist society. These reforms that Mao implemented were in regards to the increase corruption found within local leadership and underdevelopment found within villages, for example: Chen Village. Chen Village, a village within the People’s Republic of China,…

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    The Communist party is the one party in control currently, created in 1921 the communist party of china finally accepted the people’s republic of china in 1949 after years of armed struggle. The Party's 85-million membership makes it the largest political party on earth. Every important choice affecting China is first debated and permitted by a handful of men who sit on the party's Political Bureau or Politburo which is the nexus of all rule in this land of 1.3 billion. The 25-member Politburo…

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    Mao Zedong Dbq Analysis

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    invaded China and occupied large parts of it until 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…

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    Totalitarian China

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    The world has observed some of the greatest balance of powers in history between countries that have dominated economically and politically. The People’s Republic of China (of which will be referred to as its conventional short form China) has remained powerful for an extensive period of time, having a far-reaching impact on the political and economic atmospheres of the world. China has seen a vast history, especially during the Communist era and the former leader Chairman Mao Zedong, founder of…

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    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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    The characters Chiang Kai-shek, Mao Zedong, and Wang Jingwei formed the triumvirate leadership established at the onset of the 20th century, that would forever set China on a transformational path towards modernity and further establish its stature in the international community as a modernized progressive superpower. Yet, the establishment of China today as an economic, geographic, and political powerhouse was not a sudden formative moment in history that led to China’s rapid development. In…

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    Australia • China-born people in Australia predominately speak Mandarin, Cantonese and Chinese at home (Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2011). • The majority of China-born people speak English well or very well (67.1%), whilst approximately 32% do not speak English well or at all (Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2011). China • Mandarin is the official language of the People’s Republic of China and Taiwan. • Chinese people from Hong Kong and the Guangdong province of the People’s Republic of…

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    There has been a huge uproar in recent years about the major differences of rule of law between Hong Kong and Mainland China. The fact that Hong Kong used to be an important colonial port of British Empire for quite a long time has certainly left its mark. Obviously, the laws and accordingly concept of rule of law in both of these countries have a long history and tradition. The problem for Hong Kong is the major differences with which British and Chinese societies were moving forward over the…

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    discover that it was “Made In China.” About 21.1% of our manufactured products from China are exported to the United States. From the end of the Chinese Civil War to such events like the Tiananmen Massacre, our relationship with China improved to the point where we can call it an economically-based relationship. President Richard Nixon’s foreign policy with China has shaped the United States’ economy. Not only does the United States and China have the largest economies in the world, the global…

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