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Michael Ondaatje's "Running In The Family": Heritage
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6 pages in length. Characteristically reminiscent of Ondaatje's heritage, "Running in the Family" clearly represents the author's personal perception of reality as it not only exists within his own mind, but also how it resides within the confines of society. While the story is intricately intertwined with both past and present, Ondaatje relishes the opportunity to weave a web of secrecy and illusion, not unlike the appearance of his own life. The writer discusses how the student might compare Ondaatje's story with her own. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: TLCondaa.doc

Military Strategists / Sun Tzu vs. Carl Von Clausewitz
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A 4 page paper that considers the military philosophies presented by Sun Tzu and Clausewitz and the similarities and differences that can be inferred from a comparison of their works. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: Artofwar.wps

Military Strength of 21st Century China
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This 5 page report discusses whether or not China’s modernization and its partnership in global enterprises and market opportunities demonstrates a true commitment to modernization and advancement of its society and the Chinese people or to an advancement of its military capabilities. Focus on the people of China by its government in modern times has always been in terms of the people’s ability, if not always willingness, to support its military machine. There is no substantive reason to believe that such a mindset no longer exists. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: BWmilchi.wps

Millenarian Movements in Chinese History
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A 6 page research paper that examines the relationship of eschatology and millenarian movements in Chinese history. The writer discusses the Taiping Rebellion of 1850-64 as an example. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: khmille.wps

Modern China -- Economics, Human Rights, and the “Mandate of Heaven”
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This 7 page report discusses the People’s Republic of China in terms of its foreign and domestic economic policies, its human rights problems, and the fact that regardless of the many changes that have altered China in the past two decades, it still remains a primarily communist nation. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: BWchin01.wps

Modern Confucianism -- Adaptable Throughout All Times
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This 5 page report discusses the thinking of the ancient Chinese philosopher Confucius or, more accurately, Kung-fu-tzu. Critics of Confucian thinking consider it to be a static philosophy which has constrained Chinese civilizations to maintain traditional thinking and behavior at all costs. The author of this paper suggests that such is not the case and that Confucianism is as applicable in modern life as it was thousands of years ago. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: BWconfu.rtf

Most Favored Nation Trade Status for China
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This 12 page paper supports the argument that the United States should continue to trade with China and grant the nation MFN status. Both sides of the argument are provided. Politician's views are duly noted. Bibliography lists 11 sources.
Filename: SA015MFN.rtf

Mother-Daughter Relationships and Identity in Amy Tan’s “The Joy Luck Club”
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This is an 18 page paper discussing the mother-daughter relationships in Tan’s “The Joy Luck Club” and the importance of the acceptance of the daughters’ Chinese heritage in order to gain their full identity. Cultural identity and familial relationships are very much a part of the growing conflicts, misunderstandings and collective memory in Amy Tan’s “The Joy Luck Club”. Throughout the novel, the mothers’ stories and memories about their heritage and past which are considered excessive initially by their daughters are eventually accepted through maturity and in doing the daughters who have acknowledged their importance not only gain a better understanding of their mothers but also of their Chinese heritage and therefore gain their full identity. The daughters are not able to gain a grasp of their full identity until they finally accept and are rewarded by their knowledge of their Chinese heritage and culture; elements causing conflict throughout the novel. Bibliography lists 14 sources.
Filename: TJJoyLC1.rtf


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