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China’s Social Environment and How It Relates to Doing Business in China.

Social environment refers to the immediate physical and social setting in which people live or something develops. It involves the culture that the people have learnt or live in together with the institutions with which they interact. In other words, it is the way of life that the people are...

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Effects of Japanese Culture on Writing

Cultural orientations are very important in the social dynamics. Every nation in the world has its culture. Culture is defined by various aspects. One of the most common identities of culture is language. Cultural setups are very influential towards the acquisition of various language skills. Writing is one of the...

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One-Country-One System’ Policy

"One country, two systems" is a constitutional guideline proposed by Deng Xiaoping, who recommended that there would be just a single China, yet particular Chinese locales such as Hong Kong and Macau could hold their own financial and administrative frameworks, while the rest of China uses the communism system (Fong...

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Can A Park Statue Destabilize Northeast Asian Regional Relations?

The Park statue concept incepted in the North East Asian country is one of the mechanisms that have been incepted towards ensuring a regional biodiversity corridor pre-exists in the region. The main aim of the park was to preserve and consequently maintain biological property falling within the demilitarized area. These...

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South East Asian Art

Although South East Asia was a haven for Buddhists, Hindus, Muslims and Christians centuries ago, there was no real infighting amongst these religious groups. The area is actually known for religious syncretism, which simply means when new ideas are introduced, each group simply expands upon them, alters them or places...

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The Future Of Cooperation Between China And South Asian Cities

Good morning, National Delegates. I am honored to be speaking with you today about the future and what it holds for our industrial entities. We are all privileged to be potential instigators of an innovative era attributed to our collaborative administrations. The smart city basically entails administration of technological cities...

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South Asia

South Asia is made up of 9 countries: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, British Indian Ocean Territory, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan, and Sri Lanka. Afghanistan Afghanistan was founded by Durrani through the unification of the Pashtun tribes in 1747. It won independence from Britain in 1919. Democracy was used until 1973, as...

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Treatment of Asian Americans during the Conservative Counterrevolution in the Era of Ronald Reagan and G.W Bush

Introduction During the Conservative Counterrevolution in the 1980s, the United States experienced a plethora of changes especially while Ronald Reagan and G.W Bush were in presidency. This part of American history is widely known for the passage of the Civil Liberties Act due to the treatment of Asian Americans within...

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Tourist Evaluations of Destination Image and Satisfaction on Revisit Intention: Case of Mongolia

Hypothesis result analysis The research reveals tangible findings on the importance understanding consumer behavior in the tourism business. Investigations justify that the ability to understand consumer behavior aids in the ability of a destination to meets their requirements as well as achieve proactive relationships. Destination image is a significant element...

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The War In/On Syria: Russia and America Intervention

The Russian president Putin has continued his support to Syrian leader Bashar al-Assad by constantly launching series of attacks on the rebels rather than the terrorists as planned. The intervention by Russia in the ongoing civil war in Syria has made matters worse. The country has constantly vetoed the move...

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The Destination Image of Mongolia

To begin with, tourism can be characterized as a product that unites different industries and spheres: infrastructure, natural landscapes, services, and shopping. It is worth noting that tourism is many times tour-based. When it comes to destination image, it affects tourist experiences and interests in numerous ways. As studies show,...

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The Crossing: My Journey to the Shattered Heart of Syria

The Crossing: My Journey to the Shattered Heart of Syria is a novel written by Samar Yazbek as a powerful and moving account of her homeland, currently shrouded in terror, destruction and war. Yazbek is a Syrian exile living in Paris and a fervent supporter of the revolution, yet as...

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Issues in Bangladesh Garment Industry

With the rise of fast fashion, it has become normal for consumers across the developed world to buy cheaply-made affordable clothes which can only be worn a limited number of times before they go out of fashion. As Whitehead observes, fast fashion brands like Zara, Forever 21 and H&M have...

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France’s View on Syria

France and Syria have had a storied past beginning with France being the colonial ruler over Syria to today when the two countries are not even trying to forge some sort of relationship. In fact, France has always backed Syria’s opposition as a means to oust President Bashar al-Assaad. France...

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Dhaka Bangladesh

While Dhaka, Bangladesh, is the fastest growing city in the world, being a home to around 15 million of people, it is also one of the least developed cities in the world with regard to sanitation and water facilities, population settlement, employment conditions, and healthcare provision (Mizanur 2). Based on...

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Bangladesh and US

The lives of young adults in different areas of the world can be vastly different, yet even across cultural boundaries, young people still have some similarities. The society that people grow up in couldn’t be any more different than between the United States and Bangladesh yet some of the experiences...

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Shakuhachi Instrument

As a solo meditation instrument, it is no doubt that the Shakuhachi has a soothing and consistent tone. Typically made with a wooden pipe (usually bamboo in this case), the tone is wholesome. It can be considered “wooden”, which would involve a purer sound, something that is occasionally airy and...

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Ways to Reduce Karoshi and Karo-Jisatsu in Japan

Overwork is an extremely serious social issue in Japan which causes thousands of deaths. This problem is so widespread that separate words were created to describe it. “Karoshi” means death from heart failure or stroke caused by overwork (Weller). “Karo-jisatsu” stands for suicide because of depression and physical and emotional...

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Political Analysis of Japan

The following analysis continues an evaluation of Japan's democracy, which is a constitutional monarchy, by following Chapters 10-12 of the Patterns in Democracy text. Japan's placement on the two-dimensional conceptual map of democracy is also explored. Japan is identified as being both unitary and decentralized. Unitary is defined as majoritarian,...

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Japanese Internment

The Japanese American internment occurred during World War II. This happened immediately after the attack of the Pearl Harbor, in which President Roosevelt decided to issue an Executive Order that designated the military zones within the United States. It is argued that the internment never targeted any specific group but...

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