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However, things have significantly changed during the twentieth century where traditions have been greatly rejected by the Chinese. Instead, they are turning to modern life by abandoning indigenous ways of dressing and practices for the modern way of life. This paper will try to describe the meaning of a nation according to empires, outline the revolution of making a new citizen in China, implications of the same, the techniques used as well as participants of the revolution process.
The nation of China was long time ago composed of small communities until when transformation took place over the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. The kind of leadership that was in place was quite different to the current one since centralization was in practice as opposed to decentralized leadership practiced today. The ruler of the state was an emperor the Son of Heaven who held the central position of cosmos (Harrison 2). Besides the emperor, there existed bureaucracy education with characteristics that clearly portrayed existence of modern China. However, it is worth noting that, the emperor was then perceived as world but not as a country. Nevertheless, this did not mean that the Qing courts could not recognize the presence of other nations since they could have negotiation with foreigners only that the negotiations could never be allowed to erase Chinese culture. Transition is no longer embraced by everyone especially illiterate ones, for example, primitive people could eat a little human fresh but later after realizing that it was not right, some stopped the ordeal completely while others behaved as if they had stopped but still they could eat human fresh (Lu and Yang 9). The same happed during China transition where some people were ready to abandon culture and embrace new life style while others could not. However, failure to wholly allow foreign culture have impact on the Republic of China economy,
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BILATERAL TRADE FLOW BETWEEN CHINA AND AUSTRALIA THROUGH TRADITIONAL AND MODERN TRADE THEORIES. The country of China is one of the biggest and stands at third position among the countries of the world. The population of China is largest of all. The country has gone through a number of crucial events but the enthusiastic and painstaking people of this country never gave up their determination in being the fastest growing economy in the world.
The women in China were not allowed to leave their homes without the permission of their spouse or other male family members. They were not even given freedom and had to do what was asked of them. Especially those people who were religious and political, tried to manipulate the status of women by granting them lesser freedom and opportunities for growth.
The Chinese people have been under oppression from the communist government which objects to any sign of change harshly. This is because China is ruled by a communist government, which sees any introduction of new economic, political, and cultural practices as an assimilation of capitalism which the government is very against (Tienery 23).
The economic reforms are the most important and key aspect of the Chinese overall performance. Being the fifth largest population of the world, the Chinese changed their economic uphold and on the same time they performed optimally to inculcate this shift.
Many such as Zhang Shandi maintain that he was responsible for laying the foundation for economic reform & development. Many are also of the opinion that the quality & sincerity of the leaders has degenerated since his death & say that corruption was minimum during his time.
This paper will explore the similarities of the 13 century Hangzhuo City in China to the modern day New York City. It should be noted that even though these cities did not coexist in a same era, these cities share common features from the people's lifestyle, geographical structure, economy, and physical structures.
Chang frequently used food to describe the relationship between women and men while Xun used food to metaphorically present the relationship between people and society.
Chinese people always put emotion into food more than other countries. As such,