Essays on Asia

The Issues of Sexism, Racism, and Prejudice Towards the LGBT Community in China
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There are many issues faced by the Chinese in the modern world. Diversity in general is not being met well. There are large issues of sexism, racism, and prejudice towards the LGBT community as well as class separation problems, The sexism in China stems from the age-old Chinese tradition of placing far more value on a man’s life than a woman’s, Throughout their history, Chinese have considered men to be more useful, smarter, more physically fit, and overall better. Because…...
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A Reflection of My Love of the Diversity in China
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I come from China which is a country located in the Asian continent. China is an extremely populous country with diverse traditions, customs and modernism that are all influenced by its ethnic composition and its geographical location. I love the diversity in my country since it makes us a unique group of people due to our contribution to the world economy. I often take time to learn about the different cultures in my country since they all have an impact…...
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Manga and Anime as The Product of Japan’s Culture
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Manga and Anime, as inviting and open as they may seem, are at heart the products of Japan's culture. Despite its technological advancement, Japan somehow manages to retain much of its historical character, in addition to blending in the overwhelming influences of the West. The Japanese treatment of gender and gender relations has taken many turns over the last millennium, and manga and anime reflect those changes. Still, at the core of the culture lies certain fundamental beliefs that are…...
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Chinese Americans – Enduring Community and Increasing Diversity by Wei Li and Wan Yu
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In "Chinese Americans - Enduring Community and Increasing Diversity" by Wei Li and Wan Yu, the two authors introduce the different methods in which the Chinese migrated into the United States. Many Chinese families went after the Gold Rush by splitting households across the Pacific Ocean. Much population, capital, and information led to the growth of Chinese American communities. Nowadays, many Chinese immigrants can be considered "astronaut families" due to families living in both Asian and the U.S. Usually the…...
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The Cultural Differences Between China and America Have Formed My Cultural Identity
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Becoming culturally integrated was, surprisingly, not something I struggled with as a child. Born in China, I immigrated to the United States at a young age of 3 years old. Having been so young, most of my childhood in China is a mere blur. What is remembered is stored in pictures from the past and stories of a past time. Because most of my childhood memories of China is lost, I hold what I do remember very dearly. Moving to…...
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An Argument for the Bombing of the Hiroshima by the United States
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Penalties and rewards came along with the bombing of Hiroshima. This new war weapon steered the world into a new age of advanced technology. This occurrence might have been a good or bad thing that happened; it depends on whose point of view was taken. Some may believe the advancements just corrupted our world more than its current state and brought the end of humanity closer. Others may feel the developments brought about an era with higher intelligence and better…...
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Atomic Archive
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The team of physicists involved with the creation of the atomic bomb realized issues that could potentially lead to many negative outcomes shortly. President Truman was assigned the agenda to end the war with Japan as soon as possible. Armed with this information, President Truman ordered the immediate use of the bomb on the Japanese population. Historical documents and reports. Atomic Archive. (2015) What were President Truman’s true intentions for the bomb’s use after it was completed? President Truman had…...
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The Best Places in Japan for Tourists
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In recent years, through globalization, tourism has been receiving a lot of attention all over the world as a 'Third main industry' after energy and chemical products. Amazingly, 10% of the GDP in the world is in the tourism industry. In 2016, Japan seems to continue a steady increase in tourists from other countries and it is said that the annual number of visitors from abroad will increase to at 20million. Besides, the amount of expenditure by inbound tourists for…...
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The Origin and History of Manga in Japan
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In the West, comics and cartoons are generally for children. There are only a handful of diehard fans that continue basking in this brand of literature after they reach puberty. In Japan, the story is quite different and perhaps it's because their manga, multifaceted comics, is also very unique. But the rest of the world is catching on, with specialty stores catering to manga and anime, sprouting like mushrooms, in major cities everywhere. Check out what all the fuss is…...
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The Similarities and Differences between Traditional and Modern Japanese Artists
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What Japanese things can you imagine at first? Many people say Japanese food, J pop, and so forth. In Japan, there are tremendously great traditions, such as Kimono. Many Japanese people maintain traditions, and they create new things, such as comics. Japanese traditions reflect the times, so things are changing a lot now. Some Japanese traditions fade out, so many people have lost interest in those traditions, such as kites. Traditional Japanese artists are quite different from modern Japanese artists,…...
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A Report on the Tomb of the Warriors in the Early Chinese Society
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  In 1947 two Chinese farmers accidentally stumbled onto a huge tomb of a king that died over c.2200 years ago the kings name was Qin Shi Huang. The special thing about this tomb is that it is guarded by several self firing cross bows and approximately 6000 fully armed terracotta life size statues containing archers, cavalry troop, charioteers, infantry and even horses guarding the tomb. State of the find and the treatment of the find A lot of the…...
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An Analysis of the Artistic Prowess in the Terracotta Army Picture
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The Terracotta Army Picture, is one of the most artistic pictures that exists in art galleries. My choice for this picture derives essence from the fact that, the picture arouses many connotations that could paint a detailed description of the past. For instance, the contrast in the background illumination and the shadow cast face is intriguing. One may be quick to wonder what past the army man in the picture is involved in, and what impact it will have in…...
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A Look at the Political Unification in Japan from the 17th Through the 19th Centuries
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Political unification in Japan from the 17th through the 19th centuries was due to Tokugawa Ieyasu and the Tokugawa shogunate. They set up a bafuku a militarily run government, that enabled them to prevent rebellion. In addition, the Tokugawa shogunate was careful in its dealings with ruling elites such as daimyos and samurais. They made sure to exercise control over daimyos by making them spend time in the Japanese court so that the shoguns could keep an eye on them.…...
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A Comparative Criticism of Ukiyo-e ArtsL Hokusai’s Behind the Wave off Kanagawa and Hiroshige’s Nagakubo
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I like Katsushika Hokusai's Behind the Wave off Kanagawa (The Great Wave) in comparison to Utagawa Hiroshige's Nagakubo, no 28 series The 69 Stations of the Kisokaido because of the pieces representation of the artist's nationalistic struggles and rich color palette. The dominant focus of Ukiyo-e art is on the lives and interests of Japan's merchant class shown through the motif of landscape. Embodied through Hokusai's works, prominent aspects of the eras successes and struggles can be seen, especially within…...
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An Analysis of the Topic of the Tokugawa Shogunate’s Power
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The Tokugawa Shogunate came into power in 1603 when Tokugawa leyasu, after winning the great battle of Sekigahara, was able to claim the much sought after position of Shogun. They continued to rule Japan for the next 250 years. There was a combination of factors that led to the demise of the Tokugawa Shogunate. The advantages that the rule of the Tokugawa bought to Japan, such as extended periods of peace and therefore the growth of trade and commerce was…...
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A History of the Tokugawa Shogunate in Japan
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Life in Tokugawa Japan was strictly hierarchical with the population divided among four distinct classes: samurai, farmers, craftspeople, and traders. Prior to the Tokugawa period there was some movement among these classes, but the Tokugawa shoguns, intent upon maintaining their power and privilege, restricted this movement. As economic conditions changed, the shoguns were less successful, however, in maintaining the rigid boundaries separating the other classes. The Tokugawa shoguns did not promote change like many of the emperors of China did.…...
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Japanese Cuisine Culture 
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Food is vital for our nutrition, but you can also pick up a lot about different cultures by exploring different cuisines. Every dish has a story. This is especially true when considering Japanese cuisine as a reflection of their culture. To understand how Japan’s cuisine is correlated to their culture we must explore their geography, seasons, beliefs, traditions, and customs. The types of food produced in Japan have a lot to do with its geographical situation. Japan has long been…...
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All About China Its Culture and Holidays
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This was a result of climate differences in the two regions, making it easy to classify the soils into groups. China is the producer of over 95% of the world’s rare earth minerals. China also ranks first in the abundance of minerals like tin and titanium. Coal is in abundance there as well, naturally seating China as a country with very wealthy reserves. China owns more than 15 billion tons of exportable oil reserves, as well. The economy in fishing…...
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Chinese Culture and Its Origins
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China is known for its great foods, economic standing and tourism however, there are a lot of issues in China many don’t know about such as their population and pollution problem. The Chinese culture is very different compared to the United States which makes the country very interesting to those who are not native. China’s current population is 1.44 billion people, twenty percent of the entire world’s population, making it the most populated country in the world. This amount of…...
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Qin Dynasty
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The Qin Dynasty of China was a very important dynasty that helped China in a variety of ways. It did many things that no other dynasty has even attempted. The dynasty brought new inventions, and their accomplishments were astounding. Their government and military were exemplary. The Qin Dynasty is a perfect example of a fantastic civilization that is one step ahead of the rest. The Qin Dynasty’s location and climate helped shape the dynasty in many ways. The dynasty is…...
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Nationalist Pride of the Emperor
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It all began when Qin Shi Huang ordered for the construction of His Mausoleum. Construction began had begun roughly estimated during 246 BCE with about 700,000 workers involved with the construction. Emperor Qin Shi Huang was buried with a terracotta army guarding his tomb for thousands of years till its eventual discovery in March 29th of 1974. With the eventually discovery of The Mausoleum gave new light of Chinese culture and the magnitude a what china’s first empire was capable…...
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Archeological Monument of Ancient China
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Underground lay one of the most consequential leaders of China, and he will remain there for hundreds of years undisturbed. He is protected in both the physical and metaphysical world by his Terracotta Army, which is an estimated 8,000 lifesize clay soldiers that were buried with the emperor to protect his spirit. During his reign, in early 220 BCE, he and other royal figures were consumed with immortality and the preservation of royalty in the afterlife. Lavish graves were customary…...
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Curing the Opium ‘Addict’: Hazards of Prohibition
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“China was turned into a nation of opium addicts by the pernicious forces of imperialist trade.”To this day the perception persists that China enabled opium addiction, only to be saved by Western prohibition power and Christianity. This ideology was fueled by prejudice, as many historians brushed aside or completely ignored the complex culture of opium consumption and the ages of confirmed medicinal benefits. All things considered, as Narcotics Culture by Frank Dikotter, Lars Laamann, and Zhou Xun brilliantly shows, the…...
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Ukiyo-e Prints Reflect the Popular Culture of Edo
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The minds of people, though complex and different from their fellow humans in many ways, often find beauty in the same places, attempting to reproduce it into a more portable form. Sometimes, it will happen that their methods of bringing about these imitations occur through similar thought processes. Such was the case in seventeenth-century Europe and Japan, both innovative with their different techniques for printing. In the archipelago of Japan, resources were constricted to little more than trees and ink.…...
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Sexual ideology in China through movies
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Ever since the People’s Republic of China was established in 1949, there were drastic shifts in ideologies. While politics, the economy, and social ideologies are indisputable signs of transformation, the same cannot be said for sexual ideology. Sexual abuse and sexual repressions were generally swept under social ideologies and hardly spoken of. Films such as Blind Shaft, Wedding Banquet, Not Pan Jinlian, and Lost in Beijing can be used to discuss the signs of sexual ideology in China. Each of the…...
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Starting a Business in the US and in Japan
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Starting a business in the United States is a difficult process that requires the owner to think about many things before starting their business. They need to consider the demand for their good or service, the location of their business, the pricing of their good or service and many other factors that go into making a business successful. Starting a business in the United States might seem like there is a lot to consider but starting an international business brings…...
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Shanghai Disneyland theme park
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Shanghai Disneyland, China's largest theme park, has also been severely affected by the outbreak. In order to reduce the spread of the epidemic, Shanghai authorities decided to close, but the trouble with this is ahead of many tourists bought tickets for the Disney park on the day of the closed or close stage, can't use and not cheap Disney tickets for consumers is a huge loss, Shanghai Disneyland officials did not solve this kind of problem in the first time, when…...
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The Methods and Causes of Imperialism in Africa
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From the mid to late 19th century, the Industrial Revolution brought many changes for European countries as they became advanced compared to the rest of the world. The Industrial Revolution led to progress in the naval and military power of Europe, enabling Europeans to demonstrate their power worldwide through a strong military base. Before imperialism, Africa and China had kingdoms and dynasties, for example, Africa had the Zulu kingdom and China had changed from the Ming dynasty to the Qing…...
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A Trip to Beijing to Explore New Cultures
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There is a continuous amount of different cultures, beliefs, languages, etc. Basically, there’s much diversity in the world. With that being said it’s obvious that not one will be the same and there are significant differences. Culture is arbitrary, which is what’s acceptable in one culture may not be accepted in another. Some people don’t have a problem with accepting how different one culture might be from theirs, but then there are others who question and criticize it. The tv…...
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Japanese Culture
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Introduction to Japanese Culture Japanese culture is a culture where community and respect are key to living a sustainable lifestyle. After visiting Japan, I gained the upmost respect for their culture and their people on how they treated each other and foreigners. Communities are familiar with each other and there is a natural harmony when exploring Japan. Family Patterns The family structure begins with including the father, the father is the primary male in charge. Then there is the oldest…...
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Economy of China
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The economy of China seems to be, from afar, thriving off of the world’s needs and demands using what China’s communist party refers to as “socialist market economy”. While capitalists take a large part in China’s economy the Chinese party does not believe the capitalists run the economy. This is a topic of debate in China and will be one for the foreseeable future unless China changes their political and economic views as a whole, which without a groundbreaking event…...
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HIST 1302- Mid Term exam – Part A
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Hoang Quoc VoProfessor Kevin TuckerHIST 130215th October 2019Mid Term Exam – Part AIn 1899, there was a big event that caused a non-stopped controversial in American society. It was the Philippines annexation. Despite many objections, some explanations advocated for the annexation. From the standpoint of annexation supporters, two historians, Nell Irvin Painter and Kristin L. Hoganson, showed a different insight into the American society at that time. By their arguments, economic, political and cultural explanations were listed as main reasons…...
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In Chapter 39 of the novel after the death of Simoun Father
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In Chapter 39 of the novel, after the death of Simoun, Father Florentino threw all his possessions such as his jewelries in the Pacific Ocean for the purpose of putting an end to the corruption and bribery that comes along with his possessions as it may once again start a revolt. Simoun represents the ideology that the only way to bring back what was stolen or taken from the Philippines is through violence and aggression.BasilioBasilio was introduced in Rizal’s first…...
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The ??i M?i period began in Vietnam in 1986 This period started
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The “??i M?i” period began in Vietnam in 1986. This period started many economic reforms with the main goal of creating a "socialist-oriented market economy". It was introduced by the Communist Party of Vietnam at its Sixth National Party Congress. This transition of the economy of Vietnam achieved remarkable progress in the beginning of this economic renovation from 1986 to 2006. Since the adoption of Doi Moi to present day, Quan Vuong states that “Vietnam's economy has transformed from a…...
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Asia Pacific Nations Online Shopping
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As indicated by the 2014 examination, which secured 13 other Asia Pacific nations including the Philippines, demonstrated that around three in each five or 59 level of the online populace in the Philippines getting to the Internet to shop, up from 40 percent in 2013. Investigation focuses to "the significance of web based shopping" to the Philippine market, According to MasterCard's examination, likewise found out that Filipinos swing online to buy the accompanying: Airline tickets (38.4 percent), home apparatuses and…...
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International Marketing Report for Sephora
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Introduction Sephora, acquired by Louis Vuitton Mo?t Hennessy, is a worldwide leading retailer of beauty, fragrance, and cosmetic products. First founded in 1970 by Dominique Mandonnaud, Sephora began as a fragrance store in France. By 1997, Sephora was bought over by LVMH, offering a wide array of cosmetic products and expanded into the United States and rest of Europe. Today, Sephora operates in 33 countries globally, with an estimated 1700 stores across Europe, America, Australia, and Asia (Sephora report). Dawson…...
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Philippines and Cambodia Culture in New Zealand
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Introduction Culture aids as an identity in a community or society. It also talks roughly the particular set of persons, language, religion, food, social habits, composition and arts. This report will discuss some of the culture, values and attitudes of two different countries specifically Philippines and Cambodia. It aims also to give you some knowledge on how this culture will be practice here in New Zealand. Diverse Culture Cultural Identity: Cambodian Cambodia is the 64th-largest salt producing country (80,000 metric loads) in the…...
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Political issues
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The following sample essay on "Political issues": general assessment has been an essential job in the public eye ever because of the way that the Vietnam war, and it shows us how policymakers changed the manner in which they contribute approaches. It affirmed that two. The vitality of popular sentiment in China is very much perceived paying little mind to the evident deficiency of capacity for its enrollment or preparation. For instance, the Kuomintang triumphed in 1926-28 mainly because of…...
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Judge A Country By How It Treats Its Prisoners
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This essay sample essay on Judge A Country By How It Treats Its Prisoners offers an extensive list of facts and arguments related to it. The essay's introduction, body paragraphs and the conclusion are provided below.This says a lot about how Canada is governed; by the way Canada treats its prisoners, its impel to see that this is a country of forgiveness rather that punishment. Food Dostoevsky once stated “You can judge a society by how well it treats its…...
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Summary Of El Presidente Movie
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This essay sample on Summary Of El Presidente Movie provides all necessary basic info on this matter, including the most common "for and against" arguments. Below are the introduction, body and conclusion parts of this essay.E. Own Synopsis The narrative is told in flashbacks as Emilio Aguinaldo thanks the US authorities for giving him the chance to go to the full Restoration of Philippine independency on July 4. 1946. The movie begins with his gaining control by Philippine and US…...
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