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  • Arctic Ocean Soda Case Study

    Ocean soda publicized for its ""taste of our childhood" is popular among consumers. Consumers buying the soda indeed aim at recalling the taste of the childhood. At present, canned Arctic Ocean sodas are sold at the supermarkets of Ito Yokado, Lotus, Wu-Mart and Merry Mart…

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  • Rise Of Buddhism And Christianity

    China’s great esteem for literature and the popularity of calligraphy and poetry when they first arrived in China. Gaining the attention of scholars and teachers, Buddhist themes appeared in work produced outside of monasteries. Famous artist Wang Wei (701-761) drew on Buddhist themes and symbols in his poetry, and gradually Buddhist beliefs such as karmic energy and reincarnation became accepted as universal truths for all Chinese citizens. With the spread of artwork and esteem…

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  • Hunger In Africa

    The history of Africa also reminds me of the three kingdom of China (25AD-28AD). A huge territory with many diversity groups of people, speaking different languages. Three kingdom (Wei, Shu, and Wu) tried their best to conquer one other. Finally, Wei defeat them and Qin became the first king of the China. It is also the first time to unify China territory and everyone speaks the same language. Africa has 54 countries and 1500-2000 languages, but they got conquer…

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  • Confucius's Influence On Chinese Society

    for them, the beauty of women represented bad virtue and could be very harmful. Sima Qian wrote a story about how Confucius disdained the beautiful women in chapter “The House of Confucius” in the Shiji. When Confucius went to the State of Wei, Duke Ling of Wei sent a messenger, telling Confucius that Ling’s wife Nanzi was eager to meet with him. Confucius tried to refuse but he eventually went to meet Nanzi. Nanzi behaved in rituals and bowed twice; however, the jade pendants she wore collided…

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  • The Impact Of Globalization In China

    the World Trade Organization (WTO) was an important modification in 2001. Meanwhile, as long as the market economy has been increased, the rising gap between the poor and rich has becoming taking the attention from social mass media. Therefore, Wei and WU (2001) argue that the benefits of development economy only for the people who have a chance to trade with others, such as working on finance facilities or startup a company. But separately, the people who are living in China’s rural provinces…

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  • Laozi In Daodejing Analysis

    Moral virtue and the purpose of life have been the theme of ancient philosophical writings and the center of life debates, with a diversity of perspectives that reflect time and culture. The earliest great thinkers include Kong Qiu 孔丘, who is more commonly referred to as Confucius; and Daoist sage, Lao Tzu 老子, commonly referred to as the Daodejing (Penny & Ryden, 2008). Here, intellect and logic combined to produce profound, guiding principles that have expanded beyond the Asian culture and…

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  • Chinese Philosophies

    In China the cultural golden age of philosophy was the spring and autumn period as well as the warring states period, many of Chinas most famous philosophies were conceived of in these periods, including; Confucianism, Taoism and Legalism. There are countless other schools of thought of this era hence why it is commonly known as the hundred schools of thought period, which includes both the times of the spring and autumn and warring states. The majority of Chinese Philosophies are concerned with…

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  • Far East Religion

    Eightfold path to liberation, they have a Wheel of birth and death which is a guide to life. Nirvana is the goal of practice. Unlike the other religions, Jainism is non theistic with no soul to continue on or be reborn. Similarly, in Daoism, they practice wu wei (noninterference) which means the world is naturally in harmony and people must live in this harmony. The emperors created a Mandate of Heaven which justified their rules. Yijing is their classic text which they follow. One of their…

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  • Human Resource Management In Modern Enterprises

    enterprises’ core competencies. Good HRM will help enterprises create a better outcome. Works Cited: Anthony W P, Kumar K M, Perrewe P L, ZHAO Wei, XU Jianjun (Trans.), 2004, Human Resource Management: A Strategic Approach. Jin Yueqin, Liu Rui. 2009, Low-carbon Economy and the Transformation of the Economic Development Mode in China. Research of Economic Issues. Wei Jinxiu, Liu Xiu. 2006, Green Human Resource Management: A New Management Theory. Gansu Science and Technology Aspect. ME…

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  • Attitudinal Daoism I: Anarchism

    The Origins of Daoism It is explained in three different theories listed below. Attitudinal Daoism I: Anarchism Attitudinal Daoism II: Authoritarian Intuitionism Pre-Laozi Daoist Theory Much of the thrust of Daoism, as we have seen, naturally motivates a reaction against the moralistic and elitist inclinations of Confucianism. Confucianism stood for a rigid, detailed, traditional pattern of hierarchical social behavior. Duties were assigned to all of one's social roles—and a person typically…

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