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  • Take a Trip Project

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    three countries I will be visiting are the Philippines, China, and Japan. I have chosen these countries to visit because of their different ways of living and to explore where my ancestors once lived. Some places i am excited to visit are Tokyo and Beijing because they are supposedly ahead of their time; in some places. I am also excited to eat some new foods that i have never tried before such as balut and little insects that you can buy on the streets in some cities. B. Travel Necessities and

  • Labor Abuse in China

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    Labor Abuse in China “Inside the factory, amid clattering machinery and clouds of sawdust, men without earplugs or protective goggles feed wood into screaming electric saws, making cabinets for stereo speakers” (Goodman and Pan 1). In the article Chinese Workers Pay for Wal-Mart’s Low Prices by Peter Goodman and Philip Pan the mistreatment of the migrant workers in China is evident. These kinds of behaviors are taking place all over in China. The abuse of the Chinese work force has reached terrible

  • Tian An Men Square Killings Diary

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    exaggerated. It reads the way it happened. April 3rd As we arrived in Beijing, we were by met Lao Xu our guide and personal VIP pass to all of China's interesting and exiting places. He approached us and introduced himself and gave us a warm, but slightly hesitant welcome. Lao Xu found it difficult to say my name, so he decided he would give me a Chinese name, Shan Da, which means "tall mountain". He delivered us straight to the Beijing Hotel, where we met Eddie Nowlan. My dad was ecstatic to meet him

  • The History Of China

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    Geography China as we know it today is a relatively new country. It became the People’s Republic of China on October 1st, 1949. China’s history isn’t nearly as short though, with a history dating over 4000 years, China is one of the oldest countries on the planet. It is located in East Asia. Obviously known for its population, China has approximately 1,356,000,000 people, making it the most populous country in the world. Land area wise, China is 4th in the world, after the United States. (4, 5) China

  • The Impact Of Volkswagen On Cultural And Educational Exchanges Between China And Germany: A Report

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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

  • Tienanmen Square: Where was the Violence?

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    Were civilian casualties more extensive inside or outside of Tiananmen Square on June 4th, 1989? A) Plan of Investigation The bloodshed at Tiananmen Square in Beijing shocked the world. As a result of large-scale Chinese cover-up the public knew little about the deaths that occurred on the morning of June 4th 1989. The aim of this investigation is to find out where the casualties were most extensive. The information needed to answer this question would not be provided for 11 years after which documents

  • Sun Yat-Sen A Chinese Revolutionary

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    “To understand is hard. Once one understands, action is easy.” (Lifequoteslib, 2011, p. 1) These symbolic words were spoken by Sun Yat-Sen at one of his many speeches. Sun Yat-Sen was a Chinese revolutionary who sought to make China into a republic so he could end the suppressive Qing dynasty, and was elected by officials to become the first president in 1911. Sun Yat-Sen was born on November 12, 1866 in the village of Cuiheng, Guangdong, China. He was born into a peasant farming family that was

  • Overview and History of the Great Wall of China

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    Xiaoping recognized that the great Wall was a symbol of national heritage and cultural value and in 1987, UNESCO declared a section of the Great Wall at Badaling, a World Cultural Heritage Site. Works Cited Evans, Thammy. Great Wall of China: Beijing & Northern China. Connecticut: Bradt Travel Guides, 2006. O'Donnell, Kerri. The Great Wall of China. New York, NY: The Rosen Publishing Group, 2002. O’Neill, Joseph R. Great Wall of China. Minnesota: ABDO, 2010. Richardson, Adele. The Great

  • The Rape of Nanking and Tiananmen Square

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    contempt towards the Chinese and thought of them to be inferior. The Japanese soldiers and the Japanese government were at fault for all the crimes committed against the Chinese people. Another infamous genocide is the Tiananmen Square Massacre in Beijing. On June 3, 1989, the Chinese army moved into Tiananmen Square and opened fire at peaceful protesters and innocent civilians. The victims of this massacre were unarmed protesters, mainly students, protesting against China’s Communist administration

  • What Is China In China

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    China is located in the east of the Asian continent, on the western shore of the Pacific Ocean. Beijing is the capital of China. Approximately 1.351 billion people live in China. America is .046 million square miles larger than China. China is the fourth largest country. China exports seafood to The United States of America, Germany, United Kingdom, Japan, South Korea, and Hong Kong. Mostly China exports electronics and machinery. Electrical machinery, oil, mineral fuels, medical equipment, metal