"Chinese Language" Essays and Research Papers

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Being A Tiger Mom

who uses tough love, discipline, and strict rules towards their children in order to reach academic excellence. This type of parenting is typically found in Chinese parents and is a traditional Chinese way of parenting. Amy Chua, who is a lawyer and author, as well as, professor of Law at Yale Law School, explains in her article “Why Chinese Mothers Are Superior” about her experience and rules of being a tiger mom. Although it is not common in Western moms, Chau stresses certain rules of being a...

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International Strategy(Starbucks Global Expansion Strategy with a Focus on China)

China. China seems to be a hot destination for many U.S. based businesses. Starbucks sees the vision of huge profits if it becomes successful in penetrating the Chinese market. When Starbucks looks at China as a new venture, it has to think of many different variables. The Chinese government can be a very difficult partner. The Chinese culture is much different from the Western culture Starbucks officials are used to. The geographic barriers that it faces must be studied as well. Aneki.com lists...

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China Becoming a Superpower?

Endowment for International Peace predicts that by 2050, China's economy will be just 20 percent larger than that of the United States. China's military power has been around since the late Qing Dynasty. Their power continued to play a role after the Chinese Republican leader Sun Yatsen strengthened power and created the Whampoa Military Academy to train a new army in 1924. With every new leader, the army continued to become stronger. China's history has shown that whoever could control the military,...

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Censorship and the Internet

firewalls the Chinese government runs in their country. While China defends their practice of internet censorship, based on “protecting” the people, heavy internet censorship is a block to free speech and impedes economic and social development in the 21st century. China says it has its reasons for censoring its internet. Wang Chen, minister for the State Council Information Office, defends China’s position, stating, “There is an ever-increasing need to ‘guide public opinion’ on the Chinese Internet...

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The Forbidden City Essay

major role on tourism today. It has a rich History because it was home to fourth-teen Ming emperors and ten Qing emperors. The Forbidden City has an exquisite architecture because it has been a topic of fascination for many years in the field of Chinese architecture. It plays a big role on tourism today because more than 8 million people a year visit it. The Forbidden City has a rich history because it has served several emperors as a palace and it was made by a tremendous amount of people. It was...

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Compare and Contrast Place Where People Live and Work

we can see a lot of job websites can offer various part time job for students, but there are some differences between different countries, especially China. The report will talk about part time job and compare and contrast the difference between Chinese and American students’ part time job. From my research, working while studying in school will become a precious memory. Why? Because there are lots of benefits of part time job, like enrich students campus life, apply students ’ knowledge, bring...

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Sociology Paper

Nations, 2012). As a result, Hong Kongers had the view that they were of higher class than their Mainland Chinese counterparts, who were often described as “country bumpkins” (BBC News, 2012). However in recent years, the huge economic growth in China has resulted in a lot more wealthy Chinese individuals going to Hong Kong as tourists. In fact, shopping expenditures from the Mainland Chinese alone contributed to 6% of Hong Kong’s GDP in 2011 (South China Morning Post, 2012). Adopting the conflict...

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Chinse Case Study

the political environment is really important for the Darby Company. As the phone doesn’t contain the state of art technology and it can produce it at cheaper price, the Chinese government has higher chances to walk away with the agreement done with Darby Company and start producing the phone by themselves. This is because the Chinese government has a different political environment compared to other countries. Their economy differs from the economies of most countries belonging to the organization...

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Internet Restriction in China

government regarding the matter, but in vise versa with the Chinese government controlled Internet services, were always criticized, by foreign government that deemed unfair and manipulative. • Large US corporations attempt to enter the largest technology market in the world has failed, because of the government control, it created an unhealthy competitive advantage for china, that portrait a strong national protectionism for the Chinese competitions. Such as, Google vs. Baidu • Information in...

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Japanese Immigrants In California

opened the country’s borders in 18681, allowing for both immigration and ushering in a new age for the country. Like Chinese immigrants, the Japanese came to this country looking for work. Oddly enough, their presence could largely be contributed to reactionary government efforts against Chinese immigrants known as the Chinese Exclusion Act of 1882, forbidding the hire of Chinese laborers2. As expected, thousands of Japanese were hired as contract workers by people needing low-cost labor, largely...

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