How did Mao ze Dung and Deng Xieoping contribute to the history of China

While Mao was in power, he did many things that greatly improved the quality of living for most people in China. Mao especially improved the lives of women. Arranged marriages and child marriages were both made illegal. Mao also made the killing of female babies illegal along with bigamy. Husband and wives jointly owned any […]

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China’s Transformation During the Mongolian Occupation

The extent to which China was transformed by the Mongolian occupation of 1206 to 1369 remains ambiguous. Some reforms were far reaching and lasting, others were minor and transitory. Indeed, many of the changes introduced by the Mongols did not last beyond the Yuan Dynasty, suggesting that they did not take hold and failed to […]

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Outline the background to China’s One Child Family policy and assess its likely success

China has long been a nation with a large populace. By the time the People’s Republic of China (PRC) was founded in 1949 its population totalled 540 million. By July 1990 China’s population reached 1. 16 billion and accounted for 22% of the world’s population (Chen, 1995). In addition to a rapid increase in population, […]

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The Positive and Negative Effects of Globalisation on China

The combination method of local economics, civilisation and sophistication through the worldwide system of communication, transportation and trade is known as globalisation. The combination of the local economy to the foreign economy through different activities such as international trade, investment, international migration and the expansion of new innovation which are related to economic globalisation. It […]

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What was China’s attitude towards Western Traders in the late

During the late Seventeenth and then the Eighteenth Century, the countries of Western Europe were going through an Industrial Revolution that would see their economies and societies radically transform due to industrialisation and an increase in foreign trade. China is traditionally seen as being left out of this or even isolating itself from the Western […]

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The implications of industrial disputes in China in the first half of 2010

China is an East-Asian country governed by the Communist Party of China (CPC) under a single-party system, where the president is Hu Jintao and Wen Jiabao the Premier Minister. The capital is Beijing, a large city of approximately 11 million people. It is one of the biggest countries in the world and its area is […]

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SARS: Impact on China’s Economy

This essay is an assignment to the Business Economics of MCOM. It consists of five parts: introduction, channels through which SARS impacts, the limited impact of SARS, measures to reduce the adverse impact, and conclusion. In this essay, the author tries to utilize the principles of economics to analyse the impact of SARS on China’s […]

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Change in Contemporary China

This essay seeks to evaluate different impacts of the 1989 Tian’anmen incident on China’s domestic and external affairs. Some of the lasting impacts include the Chinese government’s loss of credibility as a government of reform and a ‘Party of the people. ‘ The 1989 incident also afforded unprecedented insight into the authority and command structure […]

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People’s Republic of China called a Party-state country is famous for its unique political structure

There is a close and interlocking relationship between the state’s institution and the Chinese Communist Party’s (CCP’s); however, theoretically, their structures consist of different parts. Political structure of state is mainly composed of National People’s Congress (NPC), Standing Committee of the NPC, the State Council and Provincial People’s Congress while that of the CCP are […]

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Cross-Cultural Communication

Understanding cultures and people’s background with greatly enhance someone marketability and future success with people worldwide. Individuals communicate in many variety of ways based on where individuals where raised, education, and exposure to other cultures. Individuals need to do some research about the country and the country’s culture before traveling in that country or interacting […]

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The Troubles of Education in China

One can say that education is a necessity of life, and without it, one cannot survive in the real world. Is it possible to say that a person cannot survive in the real world if he/she receives too much education? On my vacation to China last summer, I realized just how lucky I was to […]

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Past and nowadays of China

China has changed a lot since Chairman Mao decided to change China from feudalization to socialism in 1940’s. The transformation includes the cognition of people and the economics of the country. The cognitions of people have had a grate change in modern time owing to the 9 years required education system which was a law […]

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The collective examination in China

Early in August of 2000, I stood in front of my school gate and turned back to recall all the incidents that happened in campus. Among those incidents, there was one occasion that was still fresh in my memory. It was a national exam, which would totally affect one person’s future in China. During the […]

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Women’s Rights in France and China

Although the cultures of France and China are a world apart, they do share one similarity (among others of course) and that is the treatment of women. In an age where men were seen as the poles of a standing hierarchy, women were expected to be subservient and obedient to their male counterparts. In all […]

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Why did the Communists win the Civil War

The Chinese Civil War, one of the most prominent events in the Chinese History began at the end of World War II in 1945 up till October 1, 1949. The Civil War has since become a popular topic of debate, attracting many historians and politicians to argue over why the Communists ultimately overthrew the Nationalists, […]

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What is “Socialism with Chinese Characteristics”

In December, 1978, The CPC announced a shift in policy. The focus of work would change from proletarian move and class struggle to economic development and socialist modernization. This marked the new era of “Reform and Openness”.China became a socialist state after 1956. However, the socialism in China is different form the one described in […]

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How Significant Was the Long March to the 1911 Chinese Revolution

The Long March was a military retreat undertaken by the Red Armies of the CCP to evade the pursuit of the KMT. The one hundred thousand troops took nearly a year to cover the six thousand miles. Initially, the Long March appeared as a failure, as only around ten thousand troops completed it. This was […]

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How did Mao Zedong secure control of China in the 1950’s

In 1949, Mao Zedong was appointed the undisputed leader of China. As well as this, he was chairman of the CCP. China became the ‘People’s republic of China. ‘ Mao was still not satisfied. Although he had become the leader of China, this did not mean that he had total control. For that reason, the […]

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Chinese Cultural Revolution was Mao Zedong

The only person to have gained what he wanted from the Chinese Cultural Revolution was Mao Zedong. His goal was to reassert authority in China, and the youth was his way in. Mao used the rebelliousness of adolescents as the vanguard of his revolution. They were the Red Guards the die-hard Maoist that murdered and […]

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Assess Mao’s domestic policies

As the Chairman of the CCP, Mao Tse Tung held the unlimited control of China firmly in his grasp. He addressed domestic issues such as politics, agriculture, and industry, and attempted to meet the needs of the people following his own, mostly inappropriate or insufficient tactics. In an effort to prove China’s equal superiority to […]

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How successful was the great leap forward in achieving Mao’s aims

Only months after Mao Zelong launched the great leap forward, things started to go wrong. Everywhere, party workers urged people to produce more and to produce it faster. As a result, old and overworked machines fell apart under the strain. Factory workers fell asleep at their benches and suffered accidents through careless brought on by […]

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Was the Great Leap Forward a ‘tragedy of good intentions’

The Great Leap Forward is recognized as one of the main distinguishing features of the Maoist paradigm. Ultimately the Great Leap led to famine, where between the years 1958 and 1962 more than 30 million Chinese starved to death. 1 The startling nature of the famine is that for about twenty years after it occurred, […]

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