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China's Foreign Policy Towards Southeast Asia
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This 12 page paper discusses a number of issues concerning China's foreign policy beginning with the objectives for policy. For example, one primary concern is periphery stability and security. The next section discusses drivers of policy development, such as reunification of Taiwan and the need for energy resources. Steps China has taken towards policy development are discussed, such as signing the TAC and their emphasis on diplomacy. The essay ends with comments. Essay include table of contents. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: PGchpol.rtf

China's Left-Wing Writers
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7 pages in length. The left-wing writings of Mao Dun's "Spring Silkworms," Lao She's "A Hired Wife," Ye Zi's "Harvest," Ba Jin's "A Moonlit Night" and Shen Congwen's "The Husband" all reflect different approaches to the same conclusion: defining the rural problems in China throughout the 1920s and 1930s. Clearly, the problems were both grand and far-reaching, with solutions so extreme that it was not only politically incorrect for the authors to suggest any, but that was the very reason they did so within the safety of their literary worlds. Correspondingly, one cannot easily ignore the blatant bias projected from the sometimes angered authors, whose primary objectives are to present a politically, socially and economically volatile concern to the very foreground of public consciousness, even if these selective biases serve to sometimes limit the use of said documents as primary sources. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: TLCLftWg.rtf

China's Modern Transformation
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A 7 page paper which examine how China's Republic differs from the Ming-Qing predecessor. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: RAchnmo.rtf

China's New Economy for the New Millennium
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A 12 page paper discussing China's great economic gains since the end of the late-1990s Asian currency crisis. China has proven itself to be more than "just" another developing nation seeking to take advantage of temporary advantages for short-term gain. Rather, indicators point toward a nation taking concrete steps to building positive and long-term benefits, taking into account the needs of both the government and the people. China led the world in advances for centuries, but its intended isolation and later full embrace of communism stymied the economic growth it could have enjoyed long ago. It seems now to be poised to rectify past oversights, creating a hybrid of economic reality and ideology that can satisfy ingrained and long-standing philosophy. The paper examines such factors such as GDP, balance of trade, private ownership, and others. Bibliography lists 20 sources.
Filename: KSChinaEcon00.wps

China's Nuclear Weaponry Proliferation
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10 pages in length. Since the time of Hiroshima, there has been an overwhelming sense of comfort and safety associated with the nuclear bomb, just as long as one is on the side with such fierce power. The United States has paved the way for China when it comes to yielding the political strength that inherently comes with nuclear weapons, attempting to educate the world about the pros and cons of such cataclysmic implements of war. Bibliography lists 20 sources.
Filename: TLCchnuc.wps

China's One Child Policy
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An 8 page paper which examines China's one child policy as it relates to law and society. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: RAchnone.rtf

China's One-Child Policy
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This 5 page paper first provides a historical look at population control policies in China since the 1950s and how the first three were abandoned for specific reasons. The last one, the one-child policy, is explained, including its exceptions and where it has been most successful. The policy is evaluated in terms of intended and unintended outcomes. The harsh enforcement methods are also discussed. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PGchnp.rtf

China's One-Child Policy / Economic Perspective On Governmental Control
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A 10 page paper that provides an overview of the issues related to China's limitations on child rearing and considers the impacts in terms of national economics. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: Chinaone.doc

China's One-Child Policy Act
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10 pages in length. The explosive opposition to China's one-child policy act has been supported by incidents of inhumane proportions. Given the fact that large families are representative of China's inherent history, imposing restrictions that allow only one child per family --otherwise leaving the parents to face fines, taxes and the absence of governmental support -- has been looked upon as barbarous for such a developed nation. Issues of hostility toward women and the overwhelming statistical evidence of abortion-related medical concerns have turned what once might have been a reasonably good idea into one that carries with it significant drawbacks with regard to human life. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: TLCChin1.rtf

China's Political Structure
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6 pages in length. The writer discusses China's quest for democracy and how its people participate in the political process. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: TLCChinP.rtf

China's Railroads
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A 5 page research paper that examines the growth of China's railroads and relates this to the industrial development of the country as a whole. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: 99chrr.wps

China's Self-Strengthening Movement
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An 8 page paper discussing China's efforts to benefit from contact with the West in the late 19th century, for the purposes of learning about the Western technology in which China was lacking. One historian notes that most attempts to explain the China of today stems from examination of events of the 20th century only, but that the introspection, realizations and ultimate failure of the self-strengthening movement likely have had greater impact in shaping China today. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: KSchinSelfStren.rtf

China’s Golden Age and Europe
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A 3 page paper which compares the Tang and Song Dynasty period of China with Europe at that time. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: RAsngeu.rtf

China’s Involvement with Tibet
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In three pages this paper examines Tibet’s history in an overview of China’s involvement with the region, its location, why it was important for China to take Tibet, and the controversy surrounding the carrying of the torch as it relates to China’s hosting of the 2008 Summer Olympic Games to be held in Beijing. Two sources are cited in the bibliography.
Filename: TGchitib.rtf

China’s National Minorities
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China’s National Minorities: This 16-page essay explores the significance relevant to the disparities between the Hui and Uighur, two of China’s minority groups. In addition, images of Islam in Han cultural politics is discussed. Although China’s minorities represent a small proportion of the total population, their significance goes beyond numbers because of the strategic territories they occupy -- and the strategic alliances that they have the potential to form. Bibliography lists 12 sources. SNIslam1.doc
Filename: SNIslam1.doc

China’s Pollution and the United States
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A 3 page paper which examines the pollution in China, and then discusses what affect this pollution has on the United States. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: RAchusp.rtf

China’s Revolution of 1911 and the Path Through the Twentieth Century
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A 10 page discussion of the formative events resulting from the Revolution of 1911 which shaped China’s face for the entirety of the Twentieth Century. Identifies Mao’s choice of Communism, and of the U.S.S.R. as an ally as the most instrumental factor in putting China where she is today. Emphasizes that while some of the human injustices which necessitated the revolution of 1911 were resolved, numerous other injustices continue. Bibliography lists 9 sources.
Filename: PPChnRev.wps

CHINA, EXPANSION AND SYNERGIES
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This 10-page paper examines the rapid expansion of China's economy and its impact on its neighbors (as well as synergies created through expansion). Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: MTchisyn.rtf

China, Hong Kong Thailand and Malaysia; An Analysis
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This 20 page paper consider these four countries and the different factors that will influence business. The paper starts with a comprehensive look at the economic factors such as GDP, inflation and interest rates, and then goes on to consider other macro economic factors at work in the countries, such as the social and cultural influences as ell as the language and educational levels. The paper also list some relocation services. The bibliography cites 10 sources.
Filename: TEchmltw.wps


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