China’s Foreign Policy Towards International Actors

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Term Paper on
China’s Foreign Policy towards International Actors
A Term Paper Presented to the at School of Economics and Management, Southeast University in Partial Fulfillment of the course “International Marketing”
Supervised By:

Professor/ Dr Qiu Bin
Assistant Dean (International) School of Economics and Management
Submitted By:

Mohammad Ali
ID 220113800
Major: International Business

Date of Submission: 30th November 2012

Analysis of China’s Foreign Policy towards International Actors

EXECUTIVE SUMMARY
China has one of the four oldest civilizations in the world and a written history of 4,000 years. China 's long history includes eras of primitive society, slave society, feudalism and semi feudalism, semi-colonialism and the present socialist society. The Chinese are very proud of their society. They value their own culture and religion but are open and pragmatic towards the religions and cultures of others. Chinese people in general are peaceful, hardworking and easily contented. They respect authority and elders and are patient with their fellows. They will, however, push and sacrifice for their children. The Chinese value modesty, reserved behavior and humility. They believe in harmony and tend to avoid confrontation.
Chinese culture gives the Chinese people their basic identity. These core values are unique and consistent, shaped by a tradition of four thousand years of history and maintained by the same language. There is only one set of core values in the Chinese national culture, despite all the differences among these people and their societies. This cultural value system is uniquely Chinese that distinguish itself not only from Western cultures, but also from other Eastern cultures (for example, Japanese culture).
China is now a global actor of significant and growing importance. It is involved in regions and on issues that were once only peripheral to its interests



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