But the expansion of land weakened China’s ‘central government’, and made it vulnerable against any disloyal citizens. Because of this, the Zhou began to promote the idea of cultural and linguistic unity. Although a single language was established and cultural creativity flourished throughout, the dynasty was not united enough to prevent the development of independent armies and was eventually overthrown. The Zhou dynasty was followed by the Qin dynasty, which managed to significantly strengthen the weakened government and establish a new form of protection against intruders. The power of the central government increased tremendously when a national census was ordered, giving the government more information concerning tax revenue.
The patent was invalidated in the UK in November 2000, Pfizer tried to appeal but it was unsuccessful. However, Viagra was still patent-protected in many large markets. Despite its success in other countries, Pfizer faced many obstacles in China, especially related to intellectual property rights. Pfizer launched Viagra in China in the early 2000s but couldn’t succeed as it was expecting. This was due to two main factors: competition from cheaper generic drugs and fakes and patent litigations from a group of Chinese generic drugs companies.
“Reasons why the CPC took control over China instead of the KMT” Historians throughout the years have argued the point. Why was the CPC able to take control over China? I believe there are a few reasons. The luck factor helped the CPC by giving them time and resources to complete its mission of taking complete control of China. Also, the corruption factor made the KMT look unfavorably amongst its citizens and allies which led to apprehension in the party.
Sometime, other races may say the Chinese having too much superstitious belief. But I think the Chinese trusted that the spirit remains whenever their ancestors passed away. And they believed if they respect to ghost and ancestors, it will pass a lots blessing to them. While, for the emperor and the seniors, loyalty is highly stressed in a traditional
However, they did help unite China and form the Yuan Empire. Additionally, the Mongols moved the capital to Beijing in an attempt to make it the center of politics and commerce in China. They made other improvements to encourage trade, such as reorganizing and rebuilding roads, irrigation, and plumbing, building granaries to prevent famines, and extending the Great Canal. These improvements proved successful, as it helped them export in large amounts and become a lucrative center for trade. Nevertheless, their excessive spending severely depleted China’s economy.
These Chinese explorations were really helpful, but also really expensive because of the large timber ships that they built. The government put a policy shift against voyages, and put a greater focus on domestic matters. The Members of the Ming Court advocated a greater focus on domestic and continental matters, emphasizing agricultural production, internal stability, a military buildup and colonization at the edges of the Central Asian steppe, and refurbishment of the Great Wall, designed to repel invaders (DOC 3, 4). Even though China had earlier technological innovations than Europe did (DOC 2) Europe still succeeded because China was governed by ignorant
Anti-discrimination law in China?! After learning anti-discrimination law in America, which gave me a sense that the legal system in American had been very completely. This made me can’t help thinking the legal system especially in anti-discrimination area in my home country China because global business has been increasing rapidly over the decade and the relationship between employees and employer has become extremely complicated in current labor market. However, what makes me surprising is that there is no any specific anti-discrimination law in China which makes me really confusing and wants to find out the reasons. There are two biggest problems.
Many people believe that big companies who have entities in under-developed countries actually harm the societies and cultures in those countries and there may be evidence to support that. However, the authors of "Why Globalization is Good", Robyn Meredith and Suzanne Hoppough, try to argue that instead they are actually helping boost a majority of things within their respective economies. Currently and for the past several years, China and India have progressed immensely to become economic super powers. That's great and all, but what about their citizens? How do they fair after the invasion that is foreign interest has risen in the recent past?
Furthermore, Chinese people also believe in Feng Shui and Yin Yang; basically, these two concepts are based on the balance between good and bad. Yin Yang theory is "the concept of two opposing, yet complementary, forces that shape the world and all life" (Sutton, 2010, P.104). Many people believe that the health of people depends on Feng Shui and Yin Yang theories. "Health is an ongoing process of maintaining balance and harmony in the circulation of qi" (Sutton, 2010, P.104). Qi (or Chi) is a kind of life force; therefore, Qi is held inside any living thing.
In order to understand Confucius’s way of thinking, it is crucial to analyse these basic elements are find the relationship between them. By doing so, we can understand why many people still follow his teachings today, millenniums later. Among all four of these basic values, which value did Confucius value the most? Ren: authoritative conduct There are two answers by Confucius about “Ren” in “The Analects of Confucius” written by Ames Roger.T. One is “to act authoritatively” (Ames, 1999, p. 48) and the other one is the “observance of ritual propriety (Li)” (citation, p50).