Analysis of the historical background of China has a revelation of three facts; China is land, the vastness of the country is second only to Russia in the largest country in the world. China is people, the…
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Interference with the three pillars that defines the country and the people China would thus lead to an automatic destabilization of the normally peaceful people as was witnessed during the Japanese invasion in the Second World War and the Sino-soviet war (Snow, pp. 44).
China like most other world nations has made vibrant steps in the past in an attempt to protect itself and its people. This has been through military actions for self-defense as well as the development of policies that were geared towards reforms. Analysis of the fundamental relationships within the country China is better achieved by looking at some of the actions taken by the people of China to protect and safeguard their ways of life and livelihood (Chen, pp. 63). In this regard, this paper will analyze the China revolution of 1949 with a focus on the twin goals of the reforms of changing the fundamental nature of social relationships and reforming the ownership of land. Nevertheless, the fundamental questions in this context are the justification of the reforms and the achievement of the core grievances of the twin goals of the revolution.
The Chinese communist revolution saw the turning point of the Chinese communist party drive to power. Mao Zedong on October 1949 proclaimed the establishment of the people’s republic of china and the resultant effect saw a wave of events culminating in revolutions meant to better the living standards of the people of China. By 1949, approximately 200 million Chinese were residing in the rural areas, thus prompting the communist party to declare that the Chinese problems are the rural problems and the rural problems are the land problems. In an effort to solve the rural problems, the ruling communist party of China devised a land reform that ensured land ownership was given to the agricultural tillers.
The land reforms were welcomed by the majority of the Chinese rural folks who had been living under
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In addition, the authorities expanded the corporation’s ability to maintain renminbi deposits along issuing renminbi bonds in the Hong Kong’s offshore renminbi market.
China financial reforms and policies by the
The basic needs include safety, love, and esteem. These needs become stronger when the duration of satisfying the basic needs is long (McLeod, 2014). Growth needs supersede basic needs and include self-actualization.
In some cases, it involves the transfer of assets or public services to other corporations. United States’ companies currently seek out foreign workers and foreign location to achieve their business needs. In most cases, this work is
Such is a strategic conclusion to the play given the fact that it ends in a suspense. The epilogue just as the name suggests is not part of the play but serves to explain the intricate features of the conflict as the play ends. Shaw