President of the Republic of China

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  • Yuan Shikai: Character Study

    Yuan Shikai was a man of great intellect in a different way that most people saw back in that time period and culture. Although he could not pass the examinations, he was blessed with other talents such as leading men into battle and also leading the country of China as the first president. This is why he is an interesting character study because he influenced China in many ways. He served in the army and was promoted up to one of the most prestigious positions and how the opportunity to become the first president of the Republic of China. In the article from the Encyclopedia Britannica titled “Yuan Shi-k’ai” whose primary contributor was Jerome Ch’en, and books “Yuan Shih-k’ai” by Jerome Ch’en as well, and “The Presedency of Yuan Shih-k’ai”…

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  • Essay On China's Cultural Awareness

    China’s Cultural Awareness The People’s Republic of China is the third largest country in the world and considered the Middle Kingdom. With bordering thirteen countries to include Russia, Mongolia, India, Myanmar, Laos, and Korea. It also borders the Yellow Sea, the South China Sea, and the East China Sea. The People’s Republic of China is composed with many different terrains such as tropical, desert, mountains, plains, and hills. The highest point being Mt. Everest between Tibet and…

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  • Reasons For Us Involvement In Vietnam

    south, a democratic republic. During this time, the United States (US), China, and the Soviet Union were engaged in the Cold War. The Soviet Union and China sided with North Vietnam and the United States sided with South Vietnam. Historians disagree about the reasons for the involvement of the United States, the Soviet Union, and China in Vietnam, but ultimately…

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  • Vietnam Dbq Analysis

    of communism through areas of Southeast Asia, including China and Korea, the establishment of the Viet Cong in South Vietnam, the election of President Ngo Dinh Diem, and Congress’s decision to give President Johnson utmost authority over the military. The importance of Southeast Asia’s susceptibility to communism is demonstrated when, in Document B, McGeorge Bundy says, “It is recommended that you make a Presidential decision that the U.S. will use … military force against North Vietnam… this…

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  • President Xi Jinping's Anti-Corruption Campaign

    Upon President Xi Jinping took office, China’s anti-corruption campaign has progressively carried out under his leadership. The campaign has caused controversy in its effectiveness as guanxi leadership is deeply-seated in China. Guanxi, in Chinese context, refers to “reciprocal relationship between people, and preferential treatment given to the partners in an exchange, in the form of easy access to limited resources, increased access to controlled information, credit grants, and protection from…

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  • Ping Pong Diplomacy

    was invited to the Chinese capital in April of 1971. During their visit the group was treated as though they were dignitaries or royalty. They played matches against the Chinese team but also visited important landmarks through out China. The American delegation was accompanied by members of the press and was closely watched by the American public. At a banquet for the visiting Americans, Chou En-Lai, the Chinese Premier told the group, “Exchanges between our two countries have been cut off for…

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  • History: The Cold War

    Sydney Carter Civ 202-06 Gao Final 12-7-16 Question Number 2: The Cold War was the battle between two of the world’s strongest powers, the USA and the USSR. It began in 1947 after the end of World War II and until the dissolution of the Soviet Union on December 26 of 1991. The cold war started for a list of reasons; American fear of communist attack, USSR’s fear of American attack, Stalin’s dislike by President Truman, USSR’s fear of the US’s atomic bomb, USSR’s disagreement of capitalism…

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  • Richard Nixon Foreign Policy

    Like all presidents of the United States, Richard M. Nixon left behind a legacy. His diplomatic relations with China and the Soviet Union benefitted the United States in many ways. However, the Watergate scandal marred Nixon’s presidency and clouded over all the good that he had done for the country. If placed on a scale, Nixon’s successes would definitely outweigh his failures. Nixon’s actions concerning the United States’ foreign policy proved to be beneficial. During his administration,…

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  • Taiwan And Taiwan Case Study

    end of the Chinese Communist Revolution in 1949, Republic of China (ROC), also known as Taiwan, and mainland China, People’s Republic of China (PRC) had been in a state of conflict for the rightful control of the nation. The Nationalist party that retreated to ROC had established a new democracy and had the political recognition as China until 1979 when PRC was recognized as the official political head by the United States and most countries. The Taiwanese democracy provided many constitutional…

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  • China And Russia Swot Analysis

    Historical Characteristics To start off China and Russia are two of the most biggest land masses in the world. China’s land mass is approximately 3,706,386 square miles, with Russia being the winner with 6,593,000 square miles with both being in the Asia. China for centuries as a top leading civilization, outpacing all of the rest of the world in sciences, and art, but during the 19th century the country was best by civil unrest, with major famines and military defeats. After World war 2, Mao…

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