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Comparing Kenya and Japan

think Japan has been the most interesting country out of Kenya and Japan simply because of their advanced technology, culture, architecture, food and fighting styles. In this essay I will be going through the key interest points of Japan and do a conclusion on which country I would prefer to visit and why. Firstly, I think the most interesting thing about Japan is their advanced technology. Japan is the world leaders in technology and are way ahead of us. The reason for this is because Japan Company’s...

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Dbq Japan and England

England and Japan were indeed quite different. Workers in Japan had lower incomes and there were more young female workers. England had higher wages and the ages varied. Through the eleven documents, one can see that they can be broken into four categories, showing the differences between the two countries. The four categories being background information, gender and age, wages and hours, and working conditions. Through these eleven documents one can see that Female Mill Workers in Japan and England...

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Commodore Perry's Journey to Japan

with Commodore Matthew Calbraith Perry’s journey to Japan. The journey had its immediate impact, including the signing of a comprehensive treaty that established trade relations with Japan and provided protection for sailors and their ships.1 Perry’s expedition also had the impact of serving as a precursor for the change in what the Navy’s responsibilities encompassed, which even carry on to the present day Navy. Commodore Perry left for Japan with the objectives of opening up Japanese ports to...

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Compare And Contrast Japan And China

Compare and Contrast China and Japan China and Japan, both with thousand years of ancient culture and civilization history, share numerous similarities and differences. Confucianism is a collectivist based value system which embraces a set of moral codes of behavior designed to regulate the relationships between ruler and subject, father and son, friend and neighbor, husband and wife, and brother and brother. Even though both China and Japan employed Confucianism as the state ideology...

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Feudalism in Europe and Japan

Feudalism in Europe and Japan Throughout history, the system of feudalism is used several times in different areas in the world. Because of this form of government, the European lifestyle changed dramatically as the Japanese culture began to form. Although feudalism in Europe had started earlier, the feudal systems of Japan and Europe are somewhat alike. However, they are much more different than they are comparable. It is surprising that the feudal system in Japan is similar to the feudalism...

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The Rise of Modern Japan

Thesis statement: how the rise of modern Japan resulted in the Second World War. Among countries outside Europe and the US, Japan recorded a high rise to modernity. The high rate of modernization put the Japanese on a tight rope as far as there cultural and social values were concerned. For them it meant losing some of their values to embrace modernity especially those that were not in line with modernity. During the first quarter of the 19th century, Japan was ruled by a class of people from the...

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Development Strategy for Japan

Development Strategy for Japan The country of Japan has many characteristics that indicate its high ranking of development. On a 1 to 10 scale of development, with 1 being the lowest and 10 being the highest, I would give Japan a ranking of 8. Japan deserves such a high ranking because of the following four reasons; 1) Human Development Index (HDI), 2) Import/Export, 3) Industrial Sector, 4) Economic Activity. Japan has a respectably high account of progress for the overall population...

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Conflicts between China and Japan

similarities, their relationships with each other may not be on the best terms. The primary issues that separate China and Japan go way back in history. I know Japan has always felt that they are superior to China. According to ibiblio.org, “the series of wars and conflicts between China and Japan are known as the Sino-Japanese Wars. These wars weakened China, while helping Japan gain more power; that is, until the final war, in which China finally gained allies, most notably the United States and Great...

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Japan - Against All Odds

Japan Against All Odds Japan is one now of the most advanced countries in the world and but it hasn’t always been this way. It has had to overcome many problems to succeed against all odds. This essay will be finding out how it has managed this. One of Japan’s many problems was its physical geography. Japan’s land is over 75% mountainous and has over 80 active volcanoes. The lack of flat land means that is difficult for them to build vital roads for transport. Its weather and climate can cause...

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How Christianity Spread in Japan

Christianity in Japan Christianity as a whole idea began at the beginning of time. This entire world was founded on the basis of this concept. Through time it has tremendously expanded and has been passed down from generation to generation. As new lands were discovered and established, this notion of Christianity spread rapidly with it. As explorers traveled, they took this with them and began to incorporate it into these new cultures. Thus, we have the example of the country of Japan. Christianity...

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