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  • Beijing Olympic Economy

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    On July 13, 2001, Beijing delegation of application for organizing the Olympic Game made its last statement in Moscow. Deng Yaping, the image messenger for applying for the Olympic Games and famous Ping-pang player, stated in her report,“in the torch relay in Sydney, a little boy came up to me, when he touched the torch, his eyes immediately became bright. I can feel that at that time his whole life has changed…” Someone sums up Deng Yaping’s statement as: The Olympic Games can change the whole

  • Mao Zedong Research Paper

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    Mao Zedong was born December 26, 1893 and lived until September 9 in 1976 when he died in Beijing China. Mao Zedong died from the Motor neuron disease. Mao Zedong was born into a peasant family in the place Shoshanna near Hunan. During the years of 1928 throughout 1931. Mao Zedong and others that worked with Mao Zedong established armies in the hinterlands and created the Red Army which was known as the most feared “army” in china during the time of the revolution. During the Cultural Revolution

  • The Five Major Characteristics Of The Culture Of China

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    Culture China has the oldest, continuous, civilization in the world that dates more than four thousand years of existence, and has passed its culture through generations. Culture is a “dynamic social system,” containing the values, beliefs, behaviors, and norms of a “specific group, organization, or society”. (FM 3-24 COUNTERINSURGENCY, 2016). The five major characteristics that define a culture are learned, shared, based on symbols, integrated, and dynamic. The first is a characteristic in

  • Should Twitter and Facebook be Banned in China?

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    Twitter and Facebook are banned in China, because these social tools are deemed sensitive by China government. To be honest, Chinese people do not want Twitter and Facebook are banned in China, because, they want to know the world, furthermore, these social tools can bring other countries people truly know about China. Firstly, there are only four countries in the world cannot use Facebook: Cuba, Iran, North Korea and China. China has the largest population and the third large acreage country in

  • Should the Gaokao Regional Policy Be Abolished?

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    territory, we have the regional protection policy to protect the students from some areas. As showed in the Chronicle of Higher Education (2010), people who are the residents of the four municipalities directly under the Central Government, including Beijing, Tianjin, Shanghai, and Chongqing or the special area such like Tibet and Xinjiang can enter a good university with a lower score (“Chronicle of Higher Edu... ... middle of paper ... ...st universities just because we don’t like our cities more

  • Shanghai Case Study

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    China is a very beautiful country to visit. They have the Great Wall of China to see, they’ve hosted the 2008 summer Olympics in Beijing which is the country capital. Also when people start talking about china they talk about the different dynasties that was going on during the B.C and A.D years, but one thing I learn more about china is that they have a beautiful city of Shanghai. I really learn a lot about Shanghai. Learning that they would have to fight to protect their city over the years. No

  • Globalization

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    Everyone is blinded by their personal enjoyment and needs to realize the damages that are slowly occurring. We are consuming and using resources greedily and we are taking it for granted. We must stop this action before we create further damage to our world. Globalization is not sustainable because the earth’s population is increasing which means the resources are decreasing, and we rely too much on resources that we are slowly creating a dark hole for our future. In places such as China, population

  • Crime And The Black Market In Modern Day China

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    Crime and the Black Market in Modern Day China With a population of approximately 1,203,097,268 people , China, who has the world's largest population, also has the world's fastest growing black market and crime problem. In China, crime rates have been climbing an estimated 10 percent a year since the early 1980s . China is a country that is currently experiencing both political and economic instability. Economic reforms that have been put in place by the government have only widened the income

  • The Unknown Rebel from Tiananmen Square

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    The Unknown Rebel from Tiananmen Square It's hard to sit down and write about one great leader alone, there are many great ones out there who need to be mentioned. Although, if you were to go back and ask anyone of them if they would care to have a paper written about them, I can almost rest assure that they would decline. That single act is what makes a great leader. They're not out to seek fame, they're not out to take all the credit. They're there to make a difference, and most of the time

  • Study Abroad Case Study

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    pollution is as bad as it comes, the smog is extremely thick that the beautiful buildings cannot be seen. The air pollution is measured in parts per million and the World health organization measures china to have 20ppm, the global average is 71 and Beijing tops at 500. This can compromise the health of citizens; so to prevent it majority of the citizens wear surgical mask or stay inside. The air pollution is something that scares me a little, but I have talked to some people who visit and live in Shanghai