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    Free Speech, Censorship, and Self Determination Issues in Protests against the Chinese Government Introduction As a Chinese American, I have long admired the African American culture that spawned the civil rights movement. Here was a people buffeted by a history of discrimination that asserted its equal rights as men and women. Whether advocating nonviolence and integration or separation and violence if necessary, these men and women used and asserted their freedom of speech on the streets

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    connections of influence to capital and resources across the globe. Regarding this potential, contributions of Diasporas to their countries of origin and ancestry have many features. However, this text focuses on three of the main contributions that the Chinese Diasporas has towards the People Republic of China (PRC). These contributions include remittances and foreign direct investment, state discourse, and state investment in human capital. Through discussing these three main features, this text will try

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    First (and only?) post! Or i’m in the wrong place. My summary: China is currently ruled by a group of nine autocrats, who reached this position through personal connections. They were not elected in a competitive election. Their formal power comes from their positions in the Politburo, which is also an elite group of individuals. The politburo controls the Military Affairs Commission, the National Peoples Congress, and the State Council. The MAC is ANOTHER group of elite individuals (pattern

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    Recently, Taiwan government announced that the daily quota of incoming mainland Chinese tourists will be 5000 people in the next year. The action of Taiwan government has aroused a great deal of controversy on whether Hong Kong government should imitate Taiwan to limit the incoming mainland Chinese tourists. Some people pointed out that it may have drawbacks on the Hong Kong economy. However, some local residents argue that it benefits Hong Kong local people. The pro and con will be dissected in

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    environmental problems, then evaluate the claim that the Chinese government and people, are tackling these environmental problems. First, crop farming techniques over the last hundred years, and their consequences will be explained. Followed by, how peoples choice in food has changed over the last hundred years, and how this indirectly affects the environment. Then, how a capitalist economy is linked to agriculture, and finally what the Chinese government and people are doing to tackle these problems. In

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    Who is watching us on the web?

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    in mainland China - puts a new challenge to our Chinese government, who was used to have fully control over newspapers, television, and any other media. In 2001, approximately 52.38 million Chinese visited world famous searching websites google and AltaVista according to CNN. In Jun 2002, China blocked Google and AltaVista along with other famous Chinese websites hosted in the United States like Wenxuecity, Chinesenewsnet, and Dajiyuan. Chinese officials announced that Google logs all search

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    Censorship Laws and Practices in China

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    joined the global Internet age in 1994, and has been commercially available since 1995. Since then, Chinese Internet usage has seen explosive growth, doubling every six months, and the number of online users is only second to the US. The Internet age ushered in the information age with a new world of freedom and expression for the Chinese. However, soon after its inception, the Chinese government has reined in the free wheeling Internet users and has imposed new laws and restrictions to access and

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    Iron Shamrock

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    although many westerners believed their government to be highly bureaucratic and centralized in nature. An additional layer of bureaucracy was added by the communistic government. With this additional layer, the provincial and local governments were given a very significant sway of affairs in there province or region. When speaking of an understated hierarchy of power, a party must realize that not only do the government officials in the Chinese government hold power, but that the local and provincial

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    China and Tibet

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    controlled Tibet in the Early 1700’s. The British arrived in Tibet in 1904 to help them overcome China. They signed a treaty, and set up trading posts. China controlled Tibet until 1911, when Tibet kicked out Chinese troops. Even after 1911, China still claimed Tibet as an area within the Chinese domain. In the 1920’s the Dalai Lama and the Panchen Lama fought over political affairs. Panchen Lama left Tibet and went to China with his court and stayed there until he died in 1937. A new Panchen Lama was

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    in China and Africa The treatment of the Chinese by the British, during the take over of their country, was just like that of the Africans. The British took over the land and the government, took advantage of the people and exploited them for their resources. The English accomplished these things differently in each situation, but each time, the results were the same. One of the most important aspects of imperialism is the take over of government. The English accomplished this in several ways

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