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  • Chilling

    Chilling

    In this journal entry I will be looking at the Author, Michael Blake, and his style in depicting the tale of Dances With Wolves. Blake is a descriptive writer; his words form amazing images, of a western frontier, and the life of those settling North America at the time. Although I found his sentences were quite long and also that they were not written as well as authors I had read from in the

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    Submitted: December 23, 2009 By: Mike
  • China and Pollution

    China and Pollution

    China is one of the world’s first countries to become more developed than any other country in Asia during the 20th Century. China used to be a very poor country with communism leading most of their lives for survival. Most people in China were peasants and their only way to survive was to follow the commands of Mao Zedong and his thinking of creating “Utopia” for China. Mao however failed his people miserably and left

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    Submitted: February 22, 2010 By: Monika
  • China as a Superpower

    China as a Superpower

    INTRODUCTION The history of China is both fascinating and complex. Its culture has been described as both peaceful and warlike. China was created by conquest and has essentially been ruled by a series of warlords. However, China has also experienced periods of peace and active trade with its neighbors. There have also been extensive periods where China isolated itself from outside influence and became a closed society. These experiences have profoundly shaped Chinese culture and

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    Submitted: June 12, 2010 By: Mike
  • China Fdi

    China Fdi

    Without a doubt, the pollution problem in the mainland has reached an extreme serious level. it will lead adverse effect to china’s economy so the economic transformation from secondary sector to tertiary sector must be taken. The previous slide is suggested that the FDI will obstruct the China’s economic transformation because FDI seems to be more willing focusing on manufacturing industry. However, there are three factors China should keep relying on FDI. Firstly, china is

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    Submitted: December 5, 2017 By: TszKit Ho
  • China one Child Policy

    China one Child Policy

    Abstract China is a land that contains an overpopulation crisis. With a current estimated 1.4billion people living in China, something needed to be done in order to lower the birth rates and control the fast growing population. The solution the Chinese government came up with was called the One-Child Policy, where a couple is only entitled to have one child. They set up number penalties and benefits in order to encourage the Chinese people

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    Submitted: May 10, 2011 By: KyockLee123
  • China Plastics Industry

    China Plastics Industry

    China Plastics Industry Market Report Prepared by : Adsale Exhibition Services Ltd Date : October 23, 2004 PVC 5100 4006.5 2292.4 45.3 PS 1049.6 1009.2 1564.3 53.9 ABS 494.6 475.6 1790.1 21.4 Tota l 14444. 7 13889.1 13071.2 158.4 Table 2: Apparent consumption of 5 major synthetic resin in China in 2003 Unit: ktonnes Type Output Import Export Apparent consumption Import/Apparent consumption (%) PE 412.96 4690.1 25.9 8793.8 53.3 PP 426.82 2734.3 11.9 6990.6

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    Submitted: April 8, 2010 By: Mikki
  • China Population and Natural Resources

    China Population and Natural Resources

    CHINA POPULATION AND NATURAL RESOURCES With more that 1.3 billion people living in China it is one of the most populous countries in the world. With the worlds population currently at aprox 6.6 billion people China makes up 20% of the worlds population. This means one in 5 people in the world are from China. With this huge population China must find ways to sustain their natural resources in order to maintain all of these

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    Submitted: March 16, 2010 By: Tommy
  • China Punches Pause Button for Nuclear Power

    China Punches Pause Button for Nuclear Power

    Five days after the deadly quake March 11 in Japan, an executive meeting of the State Council chaired by Premier Wen Jiabao ended with an order for a full review of all nuclear power plants currently under construction. Moreover, the council declared, any reviewed project found lax in safety standards would be halted. The State Council also ordered adjustments to the government's 2007 Medium and Long-term Plan for Nuclear Development, and said approval permits for

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    Submitted: May 11, 2011 By: rechardzhong
  • China Risk & Strategic Planning

    China Risk & Strategic Planning

    China and other emerging markets in Indo-China are very different in terms of economics. They were once communist, centrally-run or in the case of India highly protected. Thus the classical tools, techniques, methods, frameworks, strategies, ideologies or even the repertoire of skills effective in non-communist and thus freer economies may be less than relevant, (Foo). Besides transitional changes in economics, there is a host of very different institutional, political and regulatory norms that have to

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    Submitted: February 26, 2010 By: Mike
  • China Taiwan

    China Taiwan

    Taiwan opposition leader James Soong urged the island's independence-leaning leaders to take advantage of his "bridge-building" trip to mainland China to seek cross-strait peace. "People from both sides of the strait are longing for peace ... Mainland leaders have also showed sincerity in improving cross-strait relations," Soong told reporters at the airport upon return from his nine-day visit to China. He added Friday that China had announced a number of concrete steps to boost bilateral

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    Submitted: January 16, 2010 By: Mike
  • China's Brain Drain

    China's Brain Drain

    Abstract Based on China’s status quo of crisis management, the study collects data and information to analyze the reasons for brain drain which is a major problem of Chinese enterprises. Moreover, differences between the U.S. and China system of human resource management will be discussed to provide suggestions for resolutions for improvement of talent maintenance. Introduction In the past two years, continuous emergence of business crises happened at home and abroad giving rise to increasing

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    Submitted: January 6, 2010 By: Mikki
  • China's Population: New Trends and Challenges

    China's Population: New Trends and Challenges

    China's Population: New Trends and Challenges Riley, Nancy E China has been the world's most populous country for centuries and today makes up one-fifth of the world's population. It is no surprise that China's huge population, tumultuous demographic history, and possible future have attracted the world's attention. The country's growing economic strength, combined with its demographic might, ensures it will stay in the limelight for a long time to come. The country has undergone enormous

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    Submitted: March 3, 2010 By: Janna
  • China’s Urbanization

    China’s Urbanization

    China’s Urbanization With a population of 1.3 billion, China faces unprecedented urbanization challenges. The Chinese government, at various levels, strives to accelerate the urbanization process through city expansion and lowering the threshold for farmers to move into cities. Although urbanization is an inevitable consequence of modern economic development, this process has shown signs of “overheating.” Hidden drawbacks, such as intensive pressures on employment and social security, and bubbles in the real estate industry, suggest that

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    Submitted: January 18, 2010 By: David
  • China’s Water Shortage

    China’s Water Shortage

    The Problem China is a region that has experience substantial growth over the years in areas of industry, living standards, and population. But this success has resulted in the depletion of one of the greatest natural resources water. Industrial growth means an increase demand for water used in production processes and much of the water being used is not being reclaimed. A higher living standard means a greater demand for electricity that is lowering water

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    Submitted: April 12, 2010 By: Artur
  • Chine and Taiwan Crisis

    Chine and Taiwan Crisis

    The People's Republic of China has recently passed an anti-secession law aimed at the Republic of China whom they still claim is a rogue province still under the law and subject to rule by Beijing. Taiwan for years has walked a very fine line between fully breaking from China which it began after the Communist revolution shortly after World War II, and full independence which it has so sought for more than a generation. With

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    Submitted: February 22, 2010 By: Yan
  • Chinese Custom

    Chinese Custom

    CHINESE CUSTOM China has long culture and national history. Most Chinese customs and habits are very different from the Western countries, and some festivals are very particular. Chinese traditional marriage custom is very different from the other countries. In Chinese culture, marriage is not simply as a love match between two people, but a big event between two families also. The wedding has several stages, like proposing, birthday matching, presenting wedding gifts, picking wedding

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    Submitted: February 24, 2010 By: Wendy
  • Chinese Economic Reform

    Chinese Economic Reform

    Chinese economic reform (Chinese: 改革开放; pinyin: Găigй kāifаng) refers to the program of economic changes called "Socialism with Chinese characteristics" in the mainland of the People's Republic of China (PRC) that were started in 1978 by pragmatists within the Communist Party of China (CPC) led by Deng Xiaoping and are ongoing as of the early 21st century. The goal of Chinese economic reform was to generate sufficient surplus value to finance the modernization of the

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    Submitted: November 23, 2009 By: Mike
  • Chinese Economic Reform

    Chinese Economic Reform

    In 1978, China formally recognized the deficiencies of Soviet-style planning and adopted a policy to reform its economy (Chow). Through its financial reform, China has embraced a market-based financial system by establishing financial institutions and markets (Ito). The financial reform has aimed to develop the economy by acquiring funds necessary for investment, while simultaneously improving the efficiency of investments by allocating capital effectively (Gen-you). By establishing a central bank, developing a financial market system, and

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    Submitted: February 13, 2010 By: Bred
  • Chinese Foot Binding

    Chinese Foot Binding

    Chinese Foot Binding Girls, you probably think you go through a lot to make yourselves look beautiful, right? And you might think that you do more than any girl to make yourselves look as good as possible, right? Wrong. In China, little girls were required to bind their feet for acceptance in society. The pain and suffering these young women had to go through just to achieve a good life was unbelievable. In order

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    Submitted: December 8, 2009 By: Jack
  • Chinese Web-Fantasy Novels Are Prevalent Overseas

    Chinese Web-Fantasy Novels Are Prevalent Overseas

    Chinese Web-Fantasy Novels are Prevalent Overseas It is reported that an American man named Kevin Kazader who got addicted to drugs when he was broke up with his girlfriend he was with for 2 years. However, one day when he was exposed to Coiling Dragon, a Chinese web-Fantasy Novel, by chance, he was immediately completely obsessed with this fantastic novel. He spent a range of hours reading Coiling Dragon day and night forgetting to eat

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    Submitted: May 6, 2017 By: 绮程 田
  • Chiquita Environmental Issues

    Chiquita Environmental Issues

    I. Company Profile Description of Type of Business Chiquita Brands International, Inc. is a Cincinnati, Ohio-based producer and distributor of fresh produce most widely recognized for its famed Chiquita banana. The company has been marketing and distributing bananas since 1899. In 1903, Chiquita debuted on the NYSE and has remained listed under various ticker symbols for over 100 years. Fernando Aguirre is current Chairman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Chiquita.3 Chiquita is a conglomerate

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    Submitted: January 14, 2010 By: Yan
  • Chocolates Bittersweet Economy

    Chocolates Bittersweet Economy

    Chocolate’s Bittersweet Economy Issues involved The main issue discussed in this article is that of illegal child labor in the cocoa industry in the South Western Ivory Coast, Africa, mainly illustrated with the example of the small village Sinikosson. 70 percent of all cocoa beans are grown in Africa, and 40 percent alone in the Ivory Coast, making it the number one profit of the country. Villages lack electricity, running water, health services and schools,

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    Submitted: November 11, 2009 By: Steve
  • Choices

    Choices

    Choices that we make can either be good or bad. There are many things that affect the choices that we make, and one factor that plays into the choices that we make is Peer Pressure. Peer Pressure is the affect that your friends have on you to take an action that you earlier had not planned on. As teens we try to fit in with the “crowd”, even the most focused teens can even be

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    Submitted: January 16, 2010 By: Stenly
  • Choices

    Choices

    Choices Who would you blame if you had a gun pointed in your face and lived to tell about it, the gun or the person holding the gun? This is one of the questions this paper made me ask myself. I found that I was mostly a republican, but on a couple I lean more towards the democratic side. On two of these issues I found that I am in the middle and agree

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    Submitted: February 24, 2010 By: Jessica
  • Cholrine

    Cholrine

    Remember to write your name and student number. Deposit your completed assignment in box outside SW-223. You should use a word processor for your written responses. Your document should conform to the following: 25.4 mm margins, single-spaced, 12-point print size, Q #3 no longer than two pages. 1. What are the FIVE major risks you face from: i. Your lifestyle. Explain (5 point) ii. Where you live. Explain (5 point) iii. What you do for

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    Submitted: February 18, 2010 By: Victor
  • Choosing an Alternative to Animal Testing

    Choosing an Alternative to Animal Testing

    Choosing an Alternative to Animal Testing Animal Testing is something that we have all heard of, but we never really come to terms with it. The harsh reality is that between 25 and 50 billion animals are killed in laboratory test each year. The truth hurts, but imagine how these animals must feel. What hurts the most is that there are alternatives to animal testing, but these alternatives are rarely used. What is animal

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    Submitted: December 27, 2009 By: Anna
  • Chores

    Chores

    Chores Long before man even invented the wheel, woman cooked and cleaned while the husband hunted and did all the physical hands on work. As time goes by woman are still doing most of the housework but the bridge is getting narrower. Women nowadays they want to do more then just cook and clean, they more then just house hold chores. they want to get their hands dirty and now some dads are no longer

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    Submitted: May 19, 2010 By: Steve
  • Christian

    Christian

    MLA LIST OF WORKS CITED An alphabetized list of works cited, which appears at the end of your research paper, gives publication information for each of the sources you have cited in the paper. (For information about preparing the list, click here; for a sample list of works cited, click here.) NOTE: Unless your instructor asks for them, omit sources not actually cited in the paper, even if you read them. MLA works cited

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    Submitted: April 20, 2010 By: Tasha
  • Christian Upbringing

    Christian Upbringing

    DMS 455 Koebel Christian Upbringing The forum that drew the most attention to me was that of Robert Knox Dentan. He spoke about the thoughts of Christian parents on the punishment of their children. Most of the opinion was straight from Michael and Debi Pearl. The reason that I feel this forum was so strong is because of the fact that it is a form of torture that goes on in households here in this

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    Submitted: January 18, 2010 By: Max
  • Christianity and Women's Liberation Movement

    Christianity and Women's Liberation Movement

    Christianity and Women's liberation movement The current Women's Liberation Movement is heralded by many as the primary social issue of the day. It seems that there is an attempt to muddle the roles of male and female until we have "she" men and ''he" women. Some urge the importance of "de-sexing" any language that makes a distinction between male and female roles. Words like "chairman," and phrases like "a man-sized job," and descriptions like "housewife"--are

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    Essay Length: 2,346 Words / 10 Pages
    Submitted: November 30, 2009 By: Edward
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