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  • Shanghai Essay

    the first city they think of is Shanghai. Shanghai has been one of the most important cities for hundreds years because of its seaports. Nowadays, with the economic growth of China, Shanghai has become one of the most important financial centers around the world. Therefore, more and more people are willing to come to visit this ever-bright city. As a native resident, I would recommend tourists to visit three places, which are Lujiazui Financial Center, People’s Square, and Tian Zi Fang. To begin with, Lujiazui Financial Center is the most significant area in Shanghai, which contains thousands of companies from diverse countries such as Bayer, Mitsubishi, and ThyssenKrupp. Every time I enter the area,…

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  • Geographical Coverage Of Care Agencies In Shanghai

    These 21 managers come from 13 care agencies in Shanghai. These care agencies vary in size and geographical coverage of service provision. As Figure 1 shows, 3 of them only provide services in one sub-district, 7 agencies have care stations over several districts in Shanghai, and 3 agencies provide care services in several cities in China (e.g. Shanghai, Beijing, and Chengdu). The sizes of recruited agencies vary from small local station to big chain companies, which represent different models…

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  • How Did Tesco Enter China

    the start, but China and the home country have different regulations, rules and cultures. As a result, the lesson we can learn from the experience of Tesco is that foreign retailers should adjust their plan and strategies according to the different market environment of China. E-mart E-mart (Hangul: 이마트) is the largest retailer and the first discount retailer in South Korea. It is a young supermarket which was founded in 1993 belongs to an old retailer— Shinsegae. By acquisition of Wal-Mart…

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  • Irrational Tectonic Definition

    or mood…Sou Fujimoto’s Serpentine Pavilion is grey. He expanded the component arbitrary, and the transparency turn to opaque by stake the components. The transparency of the building also is changing when your personal perspective changes. Otherwise, the component could expand to anywhere, the building is an endless grey space which is created by the Irrational Tectonic. Irrational Tectonic is not efficiency… Not like rational tectonic pursuing maximum value of space, Irrational Tectonic don’t…

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  • Advantages Of Irrational Tectonic

    Irrational Tectonic is not efficiency. Not like rational tectonic pursuing maximum commercial value of space, Irrational Tectonic doesn’t care about the commercial value of space, which is enclosed by itself, it’s more like a representation of architect’s ideal world. No skyscraper allows Irrational Tectonic because it would reduce the space but increase the difficulty of construction. UK Pavilion for Shanghai world expo 2010 is no model of “efficiency” because of its Irrational thick wall,…

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  • Flowers Of Shanghai Theme

    8. Flowers of Shanghai (Hou Hsiao Hsen, 1998) At the finale of the 19th century, Shanghai is divides among zones of foreign influence. In the British one, a number of luxurious "Flower Houses" address the needs of the male elite. The Chinese dignitaries were forbidden to attend brothels and the aforementioned houses are their sole choice for pleasure. However, those men visit the Flower Houses not solely for the companionship of the courtesans, but also to smoke opium, dine and play Mahjong. The…

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  • Democracy In China

    There is a longstanding notion within political science that democracy takes root and thrives where levels of economic development and education are high China however, presents itself as an anomaly if such a notion is true. China is representative of a deviant case within Comparative Politics; the theory states that as a country progresses economically, policies reform and democracy will follow. While they are often considered one of the worlds leading economy, China remains an authoritarian…

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  • Invasion Of Shanghai Essay

    The invasion of Shanghai lead to the Nanjing Massacre, which was also known as Nanking Massacre, and began in the end of 1937. This massacre involved the Chinese and the Japanese. Japanese forces killed around 300,000 Chinese people. The Japanese cruelty was incomparable, There were numerous ways that the Japanese took advantage of the Nanjing citizens. One example is how a large number of girls and women were raped, which lead to another name for the Nanjing Massacre, “Rape of Nanjing”.…

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  • Motion Pictures Industry

    1.Introduction In retrospect, the Chinese motion pictures industry has been growing exponentially from 2012 to 2015.Drived by the integration of the whole cultural industry, penetration of financial capital and participation of Internet economy, the Chinese movie industry has been stepping into an era with vigor and vibrancy. The overall box office reached to 5.1 billion in 2014 from 2.2 billion in 2010 and the trend of national box office is still upward as shown in Fig.1.1.below.…

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  • Shanghai Research Paper

    Shanghai, China Shanghai is located on the central coast of China. It is the country’s biggest city and a global financial hub. The heart of the city is the Bund, a popular waterfront promenade that is lined with colonial-era buildings. When you take a look across the Huangpu River you can see the fantastic futuristic skyline rising high into the sky in the Pudong district. The city also has many green spaces for rest and relaxation. A most symbolic part of the city is the Bund which at one…

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