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The Social Problems of the People's Republic of China
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This 5 page paper assess the social problems experienced by the People's Republic of China (PRC), considering some of the underpinnings that occurred during the 1960s and emerging social issues of the current day. Specifically, this paper assess the impact of the 'send-down policy' between 1967-1978, the problem of educational attainment, and the struggles with the integration of recent economic reforms and the impacts this has had on the social structure. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: MHPRC.wps

The Social Side of Poverty in China
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A 10 page research paper that examines the plight of China's poor. Citing documents from the World Bank, the writer presents an overall look at the efforts that are being made to elevate China's poor to a decent standard of living. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: 00chpoor.wps

The Story Of The Stone
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In the reading of The Story of the Stone there is an enormous amount of symbolism inherent in the presentation. The author tells the reader, in the preamble, that many of the names are allegorical. The style of writing, similar to the telling of a myth or fable, and the inclusion of metaphysical thought and paranormal activities (prescient dreams) lends credence to the interpretation of the story in terms of the symbols and the social climate at the time it was written. This is 5 page paper examines the changes in social and class structure in the late Imperialist era of the Qing Dynasty through the auspices of the symbols presented in the story. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Storysto.wps

The Taiping Revolt and the Influence of Daoism
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This 6 page paper explores the collision of beliefs and culture in China. The Taiping revolt is highlighted and the Christianity that the people fought for is evaluated in respect to beliefs held by Daoism. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: SA049Dao.wps

The Tao of Pooh
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A 5 page paper which looks at Benjamin Hoff’s correlation of Winnie-the-Pooh with the Taoist perspective on meaning, and how Pooh’s interaction with the other characters demonstrates the Taoist essence of being. One work cited. Taoism.
Filename: JLpooh.wps

The Three Gorges Dam Project in China
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5 pages in which the writer evaluates the Three Gorges Dam Project in China. China is taking a big risk in the building of this very expensive dam. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: 3gorges.wps

The Trade Relationship Between the U.S. and China
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This 8 page paper looks at the specific relationship between the U.S. and China, but spends some time on the concept of free trade in general. Theories regarding free trade are explored. The agricultural sector in China is also a focus of this paper. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: SA114fre.wps

The True Meaning of the Chinese New Year
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A 4 page paper which presents an informational overview of the Chinese New Year to gain an insightful perspective into its great importance to the Chinese culture and reveal its true meaning. No sources are cited.
Filename: TGcnyear.rtf

Tibetan Culture
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An 11 page overview of Tibetan culture. Discusses the environmental and political factors which have shaped this culture and discusses the changes over time. The author provides substantial details of traditional culture and subsistence patterns as well as details regarding traditional gender roles. Discusses the changes these cultural aspects have experienced as a result of interaction with other cultures, particularly the Chinese. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
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Traditional Chinese Herbal Medicine
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8 pages in length. The recent trend toward alternative therapies, such as traditional Chinese herbal medicine, is one that warrants the attention of the Western medical society. Not only are the herbal therapies valued for their healing abilities, but when used in conjunction with other alternative modalities, they provide a much more comprehensive approach to overall health and healing. The writer discusses the history behind traditional Chinese herbal medicine, as well as addresses its uses in today's American society. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: HerbMed.wps

Training Considerations for Hong Kong Security Guards
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A 5 page discussion of training considerations in Hong Kong security. Delineates the complexities of Hong Kong security as ranging from the mediocre to the highly sensitive. Emphasizes the need for understanding of high-tech equipment as well as the more standard aspects of security. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: PPsecuHK.wps

U.S. Foreign Policy in Respect to China
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This 10 page paper evaluates U.S.-China relations since 1945. Trade as well as other aspects are discussed. Included also is information on how MFN status plays a role and how Tiananmen Square changed things. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: SA113Chn.wps

U.S. Involvement: China and Taiwan
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A 10 page discussion of the historic and contemporary role of the United States in China's conflict with Taiwan over Taiwan's quest for independence. Traces the history of U.S. involvement from 1949 when the Nationalist party relocated to Taiwan from China's mainland. Suggests that the continued involvement of the U.S. in this situation is imperative and that our allegiances should be with Taiwan. Bibliography lists 8 sources.

Uniforms for Students Make a Better Learning Environment
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Implementation of uniforms in public schools means that all students are wearing the same thing as everyone else - what are the positive points for doing this? This 5 page paper looks at the positive aspects of school uniforms for students. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: JGAunfrm.wps

Western Influence on Asia and Africa
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A 6 page overview of the varying interactions of African and Asian countries to Western influence. Provides specific examples from Sudan, Gold Coast (Ghana), Kenya, Morocco, Japan, China, Ethiopia, and elsewhere. Emphasizes that these reactions varied from almost total cooperation to armed resistance and were dependent on a number of factors including time period, previous interrelationships, degree of Western penetration, and economics. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PPAsiaAf.wps

Wild Swans: Jung Chang's View of Quanxi
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This 5 page paper considers the concept of quanxi and defines how it works as a strategy in the book Wild Swans by Jung Chang. This paper considers how quanxi works as a strategy for individuals to get around rigid state control. This paper also considers the creative perspectives presented in David Wank's study of business groups in Xiamen in his article called Private Business, Bureaucracy and Political Alliance in a Chinese City. In addition, this paper also determines why entrepreneurs are more interested in cultivating quanxi ties with the government than in developing their own autonomous business associations to protect themselves from state control. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: MHChang.wps

William Duiker's "Ho Chi Minh"
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6 pages in length. William Duiker's Ho Chi Minh provides an in-depth and comprehensive chronicle of Vietnam's premiere leader and the struggles he faced attempting to gain independence for his people. From the beginning of his political career through his thirty-year isolation to his re-entry into political society with a change of name, Duiker provides one of the most detailed accounts about Minh's political strife. No additional sources cited.
Filename: TLChochi.wps

Women Warriors in Hong Kong Films
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An 8 page research paper on the women warrior genre in Hong Kong films. The writer details the history of the genre, its main features, and describes several examples. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Hongfilm.wps

“Fiction in China under the Communist regime”
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A nine page paper which looks at three stories from the Maoist period in China, in terms of the way that they use metaphorical narratives to criticise the flaws in the regime, such as the way in which women were treated within the community and the difficulties faced by those who tried to improve their own socio-economic status under Communism. Bibliography lists 4 sources
Filename: JLChinafic.wps

“Mona in the Promised Land”: Fiction Parallels Fact in The Immigrant Experience and the Quest for Cultural Belonging
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A 5 page discussion of the cultural implications found in the fictional novel by Gish Jen. Contends that the pressure to conform which confronts the teenage heroine of the book and her more traditional Asian American parents is that which has faced immigrants throughout the history of this country. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: PPmona.wps

“Political elites in China, Japan and Korea”
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A ten page paper which compares the composition of the political elites in China, Japan and the republic of Korea and looks at the ways in which political reforms are attempting to address the problems of corruption at the higher echelons of government in the three countries. Bibliography lists 7 sources
Filename: JLpolelites.wps

“Race and culture in Chinese American society”
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A paper which looks at the interaction of race and culture as exemplified by the Chinese communities in the USA, particularly those in the older Chinatowns and those who formed the second wave of immigration and adopted a more international cultural perspective whilst retaining many traditional social behaviours.
Filename: JLchincult.wps

“Rickshaw” by Lao She
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This 5 page report discusses the major character’s of Lao She’s (pseudonym of Shu Ch'ing-ch'un) novel “Rickshaw.” His writing is known for its humorous and satirical approach and for its elegant use of the Peking dialect. His best-known work “Camel Xiangzi” was originally translated into English as “Rickshaw” and became a best -seller in America. The characters and events of “Rickshaw” are examined in the context of the many social, cultural, and economic influences China experienced in the 20th century. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: BWlaoshe.wps

“Survival Rights” in the People’s Republic of China
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This 5 page report discusses the fact that the government leaders of the People’s Republic of China insists that “survival rights” are the most important element of human rights and the primary human right is simply the right of existence. History has demonstrated that in China, there are enormous difficulties involved in guaranteeing survival rights and that “rights” to subjective concerns such as life, liberty or the “pursuit of happiness” are of secondary, perhaps tertiary, concern. After all, humans must be able to survive in order to even consider human “rights. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: BWsurrts.wps

“The Wild Swans”: A Discussion of Twentieth Century China as Seen Through the Book by Jung Chang
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A 6 page discussion of the political evolution which occurred in twentieth century China. Written largely from a biographical standpoint using the lives of the author’s family and herself, this book also provides an excellent historical basis for an understanding of the impacts of politics on the Chinese people. This paper elucidates on several key points in the book by addressing fifteen specific questions. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPwldSwn.wps

“Tiananmen Massacre”
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A twenty four page paper which considers the events and implications of the uprising and massacre of Tiananmen Square in 1989 and the subsequent effect on China’s diplomatic relations with the US. The paper looks at the historical background to Tiananmen and the reasons why the dissident movement has led to greater rapport with Western nations than was the case in earlier alliances between China and the West. The changed perception of Deng Xioping’s government in the light of recent revelations regarding Tiananmen is also considered. Bibliography lists 10 sources
Filename: JLtiananmen.wps

“Western Elements in the Films of Zhang Yimou”
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A ten page paper which looks at the work of Chinese film director Zhang Yimou, the most commercially successful of the Fifth Generation of film-makers. The way in which Zhang combines elements of traditional Chinese cultures and narrative structures with a Western perspective is analysed, and also the influence of both Imperial Chinese history and the Cultural Revolution on Zhang’s generation. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: JLzhang.wps

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