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Music/Peony Pavilion
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A 2 page essay that analyzes, very briefly, the music and the use of music in the 400 year old Chinese opera The Peony Pavilion. No bibliography is provided.
Filename: khmpp.rtf

National Identity in 2 Chinese Films
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A 7 page research paper/essay that discusses 2 films in reference to Chinese national identity. Cinema has become one of the main means of societal discourse that expresses how people perceive and define themselves and their society. In other words, national cinemas contribute to the conceptualization of national identity and influence the way in which people perceive their place in the contemporary world, as well as their past. The following examination of this sociological phenomenon focuses on two Chinese films: “The Killer” (1989) directed by John Woo and “The Blue Kite” (1993) directed by Tian Zhangzhuang. The writer also discusses what critics say about the ways in which national cinemas are defined and perceived. Bibliography is incomplete and lists 7 sources.
Filename: kh2chmov.rtf

Nien Cheng’s “Life and Death in Shanghai”
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This 6 page report discusses the autobiographical account of Nien Cheng’s experiences during China’s Cultural Revolution. “Life and Death in Shanghai” by Nien Cheng requires that the reader or student be particularly aware of the unique nuance of time and place and how Cheng causes those aspects of the story to be as essential as the actual characters of the book. Cheng’s crime was that she was born into a wealthy, land-owning Chinese family. As a result of her “privileged” background, she was put into solitary confinement and ordered by Red Guards to confess to the crimes they had trumped up against her. Quite simply and without much fanfare . . . she refused. Throughout the book, the reader sees the honesty, intelligence, and perseverance of one woman in the face of horrific torture and oppression. Bibliography lists only the primary source.
Filename: BWshanhi.rtf

One Aspect of Morgan Stanley's Investment Risk in China
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A 5 page paper discussing Morgan Stanley's first-ever joint venture, and one in which the investment bank in which the company was a partner lost money on telecommunications infrastructure investing in China. Much of the loss incurred later was traced to bribery. Associated risks could have been eliminated from the telecommunications scenario and preserved at least some return for investors. Staunch refusal would have delayed the telecommunications projects in the short term, but those delays likely would have cost less than did the bribes that were paid to effect their completion. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: KSinvest.rtf

Opening up Free Trade With China
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6 pages. A discussion on the aspects of the United States considering free trade with China, as well as why sanctions have been passed, and what it would involve to revoke some of the sanctions. Bibliography lists 5 sources.
Filename: JGAchnfr.wps

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This 5-page paper focuses on the type of business structure and etiquette needed for doing business in China. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: MTcapstrch.rtf

Overview and Review of the Movie “Eat Drink Man Women”
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This 4 page report discusses the 1994 movie by writer-director Ang Lee. The movie tells the story of the story of a master chef who is nearing retirement, named Chu (Sihung Lung), who lives in Taipei with his three unmarried daughters. On Sundays, the sisters and their father catch up on the most intimate, literally, aspects of their lives. Their problems and frictions are somehow resolved, or at least minimized as they share the feast that their father puts before them. No additional sources listed.
Filename: BWyinshi.rtf

Pa Chin's "Family" - Author's Message
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4 pages in length. The alluring tug of Western cultural ideology is pitted against traditional Chinese values in Pa Chin's book entitled Family. With two of three sons firmly planted within the outstretched arms of social and cultural evolution and the eldest struggling to respect his past yet also reach out toward change, Yeh-Yeh finds himself being forced to learn a few lessons about conventional mores and giving way to transformation. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: TLCPaChinFam.rtf

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