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    forcing the Chinese to pay head taxes reveal Canada’s racist and unjust past. There is a significant relationship between the increasing amount of head taxes and the decreasing Chinese population in Canada. With the Gold Rush in the 1860s‚ many Chinese immigrants arrived in Canada to search for a fortune of their own. Little did they know that the head taxes would increase from fifty dollars to five hundred dollars in a matter of three years (n.a.‚ Taxing) to reduce the numbers of Chinese immigrants

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    Three Contributions Of Chinese Immigrants The Chinese started immigrating to the United States in 1849. They left China in search of a better life. Life in China in the 1800’s was very hard. There wasn’t enough food‚ money and the cities were overpopulated. They heard about the United States and believed there was an opportunity to start over again. They hoped to find jobs on the railroad or to strike gold. When they arrived in the United States‚ life was difficult. Laws were made

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    1. Gao su – to tell Guan yu – about Yi tian – one day Wan – finish‚ to complete‚ play Cong lai bu – never Man man – slowly Zhong can – chinese food Xi can – western food Dan shi – but Ming nian – next year Huo zhe – or Da xue – university Yi hou – after Jue ding – decide Ru guo – if Jia ren – family Zhuan ye – major (speciality) He .... yi yang – the same as Jing ji – economic Guan li – management Xian ….. ranhou – first …. Then 2. Wei le - for‚ in order to Na – to take

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    Should Putonghua Be Used to Teach Chinese? The Chinese level of Hong Kong students is declining. The supporters said that using Putonghua as a medium to teach Chinese can greatly improve student’s Chinese proficiency. However‚ the opponents claimed that using Putonghua to teach Chinese will hinder student’s learning effect instead of improving their Chinese level. Putonghua should not be used to teach Chinese because it creates difficulties to local students in learning. Obstacles exists in teachers

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    use of spoken language. Nonverbal communication includes gestures‚ facial expressions‚ and body positions (known collectively as “body language”).In this essay‚ I would like to share my experience having a Chinese friend when I joined the National Services (PLKN) in year 2010. I had found that there were a few differences between my cultural values or nonverbal communication as Malay and her cultural values or nonverbal communication as Chinese. Firstly‚ Even the Malays and the Chinese hold the similar

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    culture greatly by shaped the Chinese thinking and teaching patterns. Another traditional Chinese belief is to worship the souls of their ancestors. Media Throughout China’s history‚ the Chinese government has dictated the media. While in the Chinese constitution‚ citizens are allowed freedom of speech and press‚ authorities use the vague media regulations to claim that the stories could potentially endanger the country by sharing state secrets. In April 2010‚ the Chinese government made a revision

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    A History of the English Language Before the Germanic tribes arrived‚ the Celts were the original inhabitants of Britain. When the Germanic tribes invaded England‚ they pushed the Celt-speaking inhabitants out of England into what is now Scotland‚ Wales‚ Cornwall‚ and Ireland. The Celtic language survives today in the Gaelic languages‚ and some scholars speculate that the Celtic tongue might have influenced the grammatical development of English‚ though the influence would have been minimal

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    in Wanping. To find this man‚ they ordered the Chinese government to let them into the city‚ but the government denied them entry. Today‚ the Japanese‚ infuriated‚ struck the city with full force‚ quickly taking it as their own. For more on this‚ we go to our field correspondent in Wanping‚ Chrysanthemum McButterscotchington. C Mac‚ can you hear me? C Mac: Loud and clear‚ Jon. It is certainly a brutal scene here in Wanping. I’m here with Chinese citizen Wang Xiaowen. Wang‚ how did the Japanese

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    of Elderly Chinese Americans NUR/542 Cultural Assessment of Elderly Chinese Americans Chinese Americans make up the largest subgroup of Asian and Pacific Islanders (APIs)‚ one of the fastest growing ethnic groups‚ currently representing 4% of the total U.S. population [4] (Parikh‚ Fahs‚ Shelley‚ & Yemeni‚ 2009‚ p. 7). This cultural assessment will describe elderly Chinese Americans in Flushing‚ New York‚ their ethnic and cultural health practices‚ religious belief systems‚ language‚ nutrition

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    speak Chinese is a unique and magical language. Natural language processing Chinese data ‚ we will encounter difficulties that many other languages do not have‚ such as segmentation. Between Chinese words‚there are no spaces. So‚ how can computer know this sentence: Married and not married youth must practice family planning. This is the so-called problem of segmentation ambiguities. But now a lot of the language model has more beautiful method to solve this problem. However‚ in the field of

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