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    The Painter

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    Suddenly, he woke up. He sensed that the train had stopped. “Am I in Beijing?” John Gwen thought. He looked around and saw Tianjing signs on the pillars in the train station. “Looks like this is it. Well I better hop off and glance around. After he hopped off, he saw two security guards hurrying toward him. Uh-oh. Two strong security guards rushed to him and grabbed him. The other one took his painting. They sent him to the office to confront their chief. The chief was sitting down behind a large

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    meteorologically disadvantaged (e.g. cold, snowy, rainy) regions. Through an intense observation of China ’s weather patterns, as well as those specifically found in the capital city of Beijing, similar relationships involving its weather, climate and society were found, although it is not as fortunate as its Mexican peers. Beijing and China both have a storied past dating back hundreds of years with claim to such masterpieces and historical artifacts as the Great Wall of China and Tiananmen Square. In

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    years or so, having it all seems to be what Lu ZhenHua is all about. Starting out as one of the part-time reporters of Beijing Evening News when he was twenties, this 28-year-old hotel manager, triathlete, photographer and football player oversized the self and is definitely one of the busiest people today. ZhenHua was born in TianJin on October 19, 1973 and grew up in Beijing City. He looks like a prestigious man and is about 180cm tall. He wears thick and dark glasses which are slightly taped

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    Nike's Plan for China

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    currently the number one brand with the number one market share while competitors Reebok and Adidas are in 4th and 5th places respectively. They have tripled revenue in the last two years. With 2000 points of sale, 400 stores in the top three cities (Beijing, Shanghai, Guangzhou) and 50 cities with 3 or more stores, Nike is primed to begin pushing into the second tier cities. Let’s examine “why China? “ Socially, China presents a portrait of change. The attitudes and preferences of today's generation

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    china

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    Sino-Indian border did not automatically translate into increased trust between Beijing and New Delhi. Even as both sides sought to derive tactical advantages from the confi-dence- building measures they had negotiated since 1993—for ex-ample, the drawdown of forces along the utterly inhospitable LAC in the Himalayas—each ended up pursuing larger grand strategies that effectively undercut the other’s interests. Beijing, for example, per-sisted in covertly assisting the nuclear and missile programs

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    China's Railway

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    of railway was about 9400 km. Imperialism, which directly accounts for about 41% of the construction business; imperialist control through loans, about 39%; state-owned railways, including China's Beijing-Zhangjiakou Railway was built as self-reliance, the business head office was redemption of the Beijing-Hankou Railway; and Guangzhou third rail only accounted for about 20%. From 1881 to 1911 the railway built in the Tang Xu, which collapsed the Qing government for 30 years, is the first phase of

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    Report: Dream Analysis

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    I had a dream that I was in the time period when there was just swords and shields, (none of the advanced automatic weapons we have now). In that time period, I woke up in my bunk to find that I had been enlisted in the military by my father for the past five years. In those five years, I had risen through the ranks of the army. When I had woke up, I forgot who I was, until it hit me. I am a lieutenant in the army, commanding a seven-person unit (four men and three women), their training regimen

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    6. The Impact of Volkswagen on Cultural and Educational Exchanges between China and Germany Chinese Ambassador to Germany Mr. Shi Mingde once indicates that educational and cultural exchanges between China and German have become one of the most important parts in the bilateral relations. They are the social and cultural foundation for promoting the sustainable development for bilateral relations and also the most efficiency way to enhance the mutual understanding between Germany and Chinese (Hein

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    The Great Wall of China

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    The Great Wall of China is an assemblage of smaller walls built by various dynasties over many years. Builders erected these walls for protection from invasions by those from the north. The Great Wall itself, with a history lasting over 2000 years, measures approximately 5,500 miles in length, although some of the sections lie in ruin or have disappeared altogether. It is about 25 feet high and is 15-30 feet wide. It is the longest man-made structure in the world. In the 7th century B.C. the first

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    been restricted. Hence after a tumultuous pro-democracy protest the students decided to boycott classes with the hope for a better result. Nearly 15,000 students at Beijing University and many students from other universities were also absent from class on 24th April 1989 in the beginning of the organized boycott. On 5th May 1989 in Beijing University there was a voting conducted by the student whether to resume classes or continue to boycott classes, most of the students wanted to continue to boycott

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