Wen Jiabao

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  • The Role Of Censorship In China

    Kong’s Umbrella Movement protests in the fall of 2014. So the communist party will Specifically block the material that could be considered a threat to political stability. The government is particularly quick on responding and blocking reports of issues that could stir up social unrest, like official corruption, the economy, health and environmental scandals, certain religious groups, and ethnic strife. The websites of Bloomberg news service, the New York Times, and other major international publications have periodically been blacked out, their journalists harassed and threatened, and visa applications denied. In 2012, Bloomberg and the New York Times both ran reports on the private wealth of then Party Secretary Xi Jinping and Premier Wen Jiabao. How does the Chinese Government manage to censor all this information from the public, The population of China is huge, this means that the internet Police of China has to Patrol almost 253 million web surfers? So how do they do it?well they use a complex computer program to completely filter out any unwanted outside news source. This Complex computer program is called The Golden Shield or The Great Fire Wall. Now that may sound like a great way to keep everyone at ease but The New York Times reported a statement that says only “healthy news” ( things that they want you the see) is allowed to be reported in China. This includes social media sites such as Facebook, Twitter, and Snapchat is not even accessible in China. This…

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  • Influence Of Social Identity In The White Tiger, By Aravind Adiga

    “People leave imprints on our lives, shaping who we become in much the same way that a symbol is pressed into the page of a book to tell you who it comes from" (Lorenza).In the novel The White Tiger, by Aravind Adiga, we follow the emails sent to the premier Wen Jiabao of China, from Balram Halwai. He explains to the premier his life as a successful entrepreneur in India and all the challenges he has faced to achieve that position. In the novel, it shows how our social identity affects how we…

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  • Analysis Of School Day By Jian Ping

    Jian’s mother tells a story about Jian’s sister Wen. Wen became a very famous nurse, and provider for everyone around China. Wen brought great fortune to the family, and showed her mother and other families the pride she has in nursing, and helping the community. This also made Jian and Wen’s mother very proud, when Wen became the Deputy Director of Public Health. She then stated “You did well,” Mother said to Wen. “Keep up with the good work in college.” (Ping 254). Wen then nodded, and Jian…

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  • Self-Preservation And Corruption In The White Tiger, By Aravind Adiga

    The White Tiger, by Aravind Adiga, is a novel that focuses on the life of Balram, the son of an Indian rickshaw driver. Balram is writing a letter to Wen Jiabao, an important Chinese official who has embarked on a diplomatic visit to India. He decides to tell Jiabao his life story in an attempt to educate the man about Indian entrepreneurship, because he truly believes that his story is more accurate than the political accounts he is sure the Chinese official will hear. Balram chronologically…

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  • SARS Epidemical Analysis

    Beijing were dismissed as a consequence of their lack of honest information. However, one major concern is raised by Eckholm when the author blames China’s incompetency without first researching or exploring China’s cultural background and how it influences China’s decision making process. Some questions to ask are: Why did China first hide SARS? Is there more to the surface than meets the eye? What is China’s global social and political standing, and did it influence its actions? Are there more…

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  • Liberal Education Case Study

    imbalance not only undermines Newman’s aspiration for universal knowledge, but also shatters his faith in liberal education. Briefly, the moral absence within Chinese universities derives from the oversight of liberal education urges us to look back and consider what Newman has said about being a gentleman and a good citizen. Furthermore, incapacity for innovation cries out for universal knowledge and critical thinking embedded in the liberal education. In 2005, Hsue-Shen Tsien, the major…

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  • Bangladesh Taka Case Study

    countries to raise their value of their currencies in order to boost U.S. exports. The United States and other trading partners complain Beijing keeps the yuan undervalued and are pressing for it to rise. “Politicizing the exchange rate issue is not helpful to coordination among all parties in the course of fighting the global financial crisis,” spokesman Yao Jian, said at a news briefing. A group of 130 U.S. lawmakers wrote to President Barack Obama, on Monday demanding that he take action,…

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