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Papers On China & Chinese Issues
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“Race and culture in Chinese American society”
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A paper which looks at the interaction of race and culture as exemplified by the Chinese communities in the USA, particularly those in the older Chinatowns and those who formed the second wave of immigration and adopted a more international cultural perspective whilst retaining many traditional social behaviours.
Filename: JLchincult.wps

“Red China Blues”: Unique Insight Into China’s Revolution
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An 8 page overview of the book by Jan Wong. Wong, a Canadian ethnic Chinese, lived in China during the 1960s and 1970s. Although she had lived a life of privilege in Canada and could not even speak the Chinese language, she manages to provide a unique and unmatched account of one of the most turbulent time in Chinese history. The author of this paper balances out her account with the facts and figures of more traditional historic sources. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: PPchnRe2.rtf

“Rickshaw” by Lao She
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This 5 page report discusses the major character’s of Lao She’s (pseudonym of Shu Ch'ing-ch'un) novel “Rickshaw.” His writing is known for its humorous and satirical approach and for its elegant use of the Peking dialect. His best-known work “Camel Xiangzi” was originally translated into English as “Rickshaw” and became a best -seller in America. The characters and events of “Rickshaw” are examined in the context of the many social, cultural, and economic influences China experienced in the 20th century. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: BWlaoshe.wps

“Survival Rights” in the People’s Republic of China
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This 5 page report discusses the fact that the government leaders of the People’s Republic of China insists that “survival rights” are the most important element of human rights and the primary human right is simply the right of existence. History has demonstrated that in China, there are enormous difficulties involved in guaranteeing survival rights and that “rights” to subjective concerns such as life, liberty or the “pursuit of happiness” are of secondary, perhaps tertiary, concern. After all, humans must be able to survive in order to even consider human “rights. Bibliography lists 2 sources.
Filename: BWsurrts.wps

“The Joy Luck Club”: A Review of the Novel by Amy Tan
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A 5 page review of the feminist implications of this novel depicting the trials and tribulations of Chinese American daughters as they are impacted by the past experiences of their mothers in pre-Communist China. The feminist overtones of “The Joy Club” are impossible to miss. It is replete with sexism and also such issues as racism, stereotyping, and ethnocentricity. The cry of Asian women all over the world that for centuries the society within which they lived had bound their feet but no longer would that society be allowed to bind their minds is eloquently voiced by Amy Tan. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPjoyLck.rtf

“The Nanjing Massacre” by Honda Katsuichi
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A 5 page paper which examines Honda Katsuichi’s “The Nanjing Massacre.” The paper examines the significance of the work and also examines the strengths and weaknesses of Katsuichi’s work. Bibliography lists 3 additional sources.
Filename: RAnanjng.rtf

“The Rape of Nanking” by Iris Chang
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A 3 page analysis of Iris Chang’s “The Rape of Nanking.” Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: RArpechn.rtf

“The Wild Swans”: A Discussion of Twentieth Century China as Seen Through the Book by Jung Chang
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A 6 page discussion of the political evolution which occurred in twentieth century China. Written largely from a biographical standpoint using the lives of the author’s family and herself, this book also provides an excellent historical basis for an understanding of the impacts of politics on the Chinese people. This paper elucidates on several key points in the book by addressing fifteen specific questions. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPwldSwn.wps

“The World Inside a Pillow” and “The Fox Fairy”: An Analysis of Two Examples of Chinese Literature
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A 6 page examination of these two examples of Chinese literature. This paper presents a brief outline of the key points of each of these stories and discusses the interblending of actual historical events, geography, and time with fiction. An emphasis is placed on the unique role of intertextualization. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: PPlitChn.rtf

“Tiananmen Massacre”
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A twenty four page paper which considers the events and implications of the uprising and massacre of Tiananmen Square in 1989 and the subsequent effect on China’s diplomatic relations with the US. The paper looks at the historical background to Tiananmen and the reasons why the dissident movement has led to greater rapport with Western nations than was the case in earlier alliances between China and the West. The changed perception of Deng Xioping’s government in the light of recent revelations regarding Tiananmen is also considered. Bibliography lists 10 sources
Filename: JLtiananmen.wps

“Western Elements in the Films of Zhang Yimou”
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A ten page paper which looks at the work of Chinese film director Zhang Yimou, the most commercially successful of the Fifth Generation of film-makers. The way in which Zhang combines elements of traditional Chinese cultures and narrative structures with a Western perspective is analysed, and also the influence of both Imperial Chinese history and the Cultural Revolution on Zhang’s generation. Bibliography lists 4 sources.
Filename: JLzhang.wps

“When China Ruled the Seas”
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The author uses the material presented in Louise Levathes’ “When China Ruled the Seas : The Treasure Fleet of the Dragon Throne, 1405-1433” to illustrate the factors which were at play in the fifteenth century in regard to naval expeditions. During this century China would undertake the chore of building one of the world’s most impressive naval fleets. This fleet of ships, and the men who sailed them, would bring China to the brink of a new world direction. Unfortunately, however, that direction would end abruptly as the leadership of China fell from one man’s hands to that of his son’s. No additional sources are listed.
Filename: PPchnSea.rtf

"Going Global:" China as an Expansion Site
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A 7 page paper providing country information, market screening and rationale for exporting cosmetics to China. Chinese women are not known for being particularly interested in "makeup" as it refers to color items, eye enhancement and producing illusions, but they always have been greatly interested in skin care. As greater numbers of Chinese women gain access to increased discretionary income, many indulge in cosmetics when they do not indulge in anything else. Overall retail sales increased 12% November 2004 to November 2005; cosmetic sales increased 19.4% during the same period. Bibliography lists 8 sources.
Filename: KSintlBizChina.rtf

"Peony Pavilion" & Confucianism
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A 4 page research paper that analyzes the 400 year-old Chinese opera, The Peony Pavilion, in regards to how it reflects Confucianism. Also the writer discusses the music and style of this work. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: khpeony.rtf

"Peony Pavilion"/Confucianism & Daoism
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A 4 page research paper/essay that analyzes The Peony Pavilion, a 400-year-old masterpiece in the style of Chinese Kunju opera, China's oldest surviving theatrical style. Written in the late sixteenth century by Tang Xianzu (1550-1617), this work demonstrates how both Confucianism and Daoism had become intertwined in the fabric of Chinese culture. The writer discusses how the focus on issues of respect and ritual derive directly from Confucianism. Such issues are extremely significant to the male characters. The women in the opera, however, express a more Daoist view of life. Examination of this work demonstrates that both philosophies co-existed in sixteenth century Chinese culture. Bibliography lists 3 sources.
Filename: khppcd.rtf

"The Colors of the Mountain"
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A 4 page paper which provides a book review of "The Colors of the Mountain" by Da Chen. No additional sources cited.
Filename: RAclrda.rtf


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