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The Secret of China's Success
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This 10 page paper talks about why China is successful and what things have contributed to that success. The Open door policy and economic trade zones are discussed. Tourism and industry within China's borders is also a topic of contemplation. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: SA150Cna.rtf

The Social Problems of the People's Republic of China
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This 5 page paper assess the social problems experienced by the People's Republic of China (PRC), considering some of the underpinnings that occurred during the 1960s and emerging social issues of the current day. Specifically, this paper assess the impact of the 'send-down policy' between 1967-1978, the problem of educational attainment, and the struggles with the integration of recent economic reforms and the impacts this has had on the social structure. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: MHPRC.wps

The Social Side of Poverty in China
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A 10 page research paper that examines the plight of China's poor. Citing documents from the World Bank, the writer presents an overall look at the efforts that are being made to elevate China's poor to a decent standard of living. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: 00chpoor.rtf

The Soong Dynasty of China
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An 8 page overview of the accomplishments and shortcomings of the Soong Dynasty of the twentieth century. This was a period which was largely under control of the powerful Soong family. The Soong family came to power in China during the Chinese Revolution of 1911. This revolution would set in motion a series of political and cultural changes which would extend, at least in remnant form, through the Twentieth Century. Many of these changes would relate to the choices which China would make after the revolution, choices centering around their political alliances and ideologies. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: PPchSoon.rtf

The Stability of the Agrarian Society in the Sung and Ming Dynasties in China
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This is a 6 page paper describing the stability of the agrarian societies of the Sung and Ming Dynasties in China. The Sung Dynasty (960-1279) and the Ming Dynasty (1368-1644) were the two dynasties which provided centuries of stability, prosperity and contentment among the general population of China. The dynasties of the T’ang and Yuan (Mongols) which preceded each the Sung and the Ming did not develop the agricultural classes and were largely unstable and short-lived. The Sung Dynasty allowed for the farmers and commoners to prosper within society by allowing the farmers to buying their own land and the commoners became dominant within the government system. The aristocracy which was basically ousted from the government fled into the urban centers leaving their land behind which was bought by the farmers. The agricultural system soon flourished which brought new stability and prosperity to the general population and the government. The social, political and educational sectors all reflected the growing equality which existed in China and the positive psychological and sociological factors from Confucian thought added to the perfect civilization which was created. The Sung Dynasty fell to the Mongols and after a century of turmoil, China was again recovered during the Ming Dynasty which reestablished the agricultural base, the strength of the government and Neo-Confucian influence. The Ming Dynasty in itself reflected the prosperity of the Sung Dynasty again based on the strength and stability of its agrarian society. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: TJChina1.rtf

The Story Of The Stone
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In the reading of The Story of the Stone there is an enormous amount of symbolism inherent in the presentation. The author tells the reader, in the preamble, that many of the names are allegorical. The style of writing, similar to the telling of a myth or fable, and the inclusion of metaphysical thought and paranormal activities (prescient dreams) lends credence to the interpretation of the story in terms of the symbols and the social climate at the time it was written. This is 5 page paper examines the changes in social and class structure in the late Imperialist era of the Qing Dynasty through the auspices of the symbols presented in the story. No additional sources cited.
Filename: Storysto.rtf

The Story of the Stone by Cao Xuegin, The True Story of Ah Q by Lu Hsun, Diary of a Madman by Lu Xun and Raise the Red Lantern
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This 10 page paper looks at four Chinese works dealing with different issues concerning Chinese history, culture, class struggle and inequality. The works; The Story of the Stone by Cao Xuegin (Tsao Hsueh-chin), The True Story of Ah Q by Lu Hsun, Diary of a Madman by Lu Xun and Raise the Red Lantern by Su Tong are considered from a Marxist perspective. The bibliography cites 6 sources.
Filename: TEchinalit.rtf

The Sung Dynasty:
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This 5 page paper discusses the Sung Dynasty and how this particular dynasty avoided the standard problems of the six dynasties which preceeded it. Furthermore, this paper explores the features of a dynasty in decline. Bibliography lists 1 source.
Filename: GSDynast.rtf


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