This could only take place with a highly-unlikely radical change in the political structure of China, but to already have a solid user base leading into that situation would be highly advantageous. The arguments against entering into business with China are more complicated. China is a highly repressive Communist regime that has been accused of numerous human rights violations. The recent liberalization of their economic system has made doing business with this giant a "necessary evil" for many businesses around the world. They must adhere to rules that their home nations would find offensive and oppressive.
The ultimate goal of helping the common-people to become educated and thus prosper. Harsh laws and severe punishments, which were common in Confucius’ day, should be abolished. In short, his theories of governing were in complete contrast to those in power at the time. The solution to these problems was to awaken the people to the necessity of reason, and reinforce the thought of morality and harmony. One of the reasons that many Chinese do not formally object to human rights violations is that the collective wellbeing and not the self has been part of their culture for hundreds of years.
Many people disagree with the one-child policy because it infringes on the rights of couples and their choices to have children. Many western cultures such as the United States have activist groups, and charities that protest the law. Several American couples adopt Chinese orphans to give them a “better life”. In defense of the policy it has fulfilled its purpose and slowed the population growth of China. It is the responsibility of China’s government to ensure the future wellbeing of the country and prevent tragedies such as famine that would have been enviable with over population.
The great firewall of China is a manifestation of the oppressive regime that denies the Chinese people their basic rights to life, liberty and pursuit of happiness. The recent action taken by Google to leave China is a move in the right direction. However, Google, like other U.S firms in China, played a deceitful role in abetting the injustice perpetrated by the Chinese government. Google as a company enjoyed the rights guaranteed by the U.S constitution, while they helped an oppressive regime deny it to billions of citizens. Furthermore, abetting an oppressive regime suppress and subjugate its citizens is unethical from any moral standpoint.
Because China is a communist nation, many controversial policies that are considered to be inhumane have been enacted within the government in an attempt to preserve control within the people. For example, one major policy that China has enacted in its history is the One Child Policy. The One Child Policy is a law with the intent to decrease the growth of the large population of China. Basically, the law restricts married couples in China to have only one child. Any violation to the One Child Policy by married couples can lead to heavy taxes or even prison.
The one child policy is known for being restrictive and cruel in its implementation and that those who have an “unplanned” second pregnancy could not have another child. Those who find a way to avoid detection by having a second “illegal” child face many dangers that come with trying to keep the child. Though the novel depicts the life on the run from the authorities, it is wise to be cautious when using this novel and using it as a hard primary source as proof of those harsh realities. The novel is just that, a novel, a fictitious story based on the reality many face in China. It would be best to use a diary as a more realistic account for those who are looking for a more concrete source.
This law was enacted to keep the population from growing. Many people are starting to rebel and protests brake out and take innocent lives. The “One Child Policy” should be abolished because it violates human rights and creates other problems for China. Although there are some positive effects to this law, the negative effects outweigh the positive ones. During the rein of Mao Tse-tung China’s population was almost at one million.
There are many countries, which do not permit polygamy; a person who marries more than one spouse commits bigamy. Most Americans argue that polygamy is morally wrong and should not be legalized however; discrimination against people who chose to do something that has no negative effect on others is unjust. Laws are created to have a positive effect on society and prevent crime, yet polygamy affects neither. Polygamist are fined and can be sentenced to five years in jail. A polygamy relationship overall benefit couples and people that lack of confidence and are insecure.
The factors that caused the Chinese exclusion was the mindset of most whites in that time. They were afraid that the Chinese were taking too many jobs for the whites. Another factor is that congress wanted to maintain racial purity. In other words, whites did not like the idea of people who did not look like them come to the united states and apply for citizenship and be able to take their job and able to live like they belong in the united states. I wouldn’t go as far as saying whites were afraid of the Chinese’s it was just they only wanted them for a short time to help build the things they needed and then they wanted them to go back.
"Mutual coercion, mutually agreed upon" is a misnomer as Hardin routinely supports the actions of authoritarian governments who rarely seek consent for their actions. When asked about the one child policy Hardin said that the Chinese government didn't go far enough. He gave the Chinese credit for officially recognizing that they have a problem and for having the nerve to propose the single-child program .. he thought the failure was by not making the directive universal throughout the country. The one-child policy is only enforced in congested urban areas. People in rural regions continue to have too many children -- so the Chinese haven't solved their problems at all.