While the Shanghai expansion is the smaller of the two expansions, it is an important change and will provide executive leaders information related to the effects of change within their company and the knowledge to help make the larger expansion project successful. By following Kotter’s Eight-Step change process model, XYZ, Inc. will secure a global presence and provide untouched revenue streams for the company from the international
Latifah McCollough Dr. B. Jack HIS 1302-08 April 20, 2010 Primary Source Analysis In 1949 China, under the leadership of Mao Zedong, China passed a law that granted women the same rights as men in a marriage. This was a big step in China because China’s traditional values grant men all authority. Because it was a law that broke the traditional values of the Chinese, Chinese men and women of the 1940’s may not have respected the law as well as they did others. This was the beginning of China moving forward and catching up with countries such as the United States and Europe. Many women in China were typical house wives in the 1940’s.
Hong Kong became an international city that can handle a large number of capital and goods from all over the world. The Special Economic Zones like Shenzhen, have the convenience access to Hong Kong, therefore, they are developing a better economic market than inner periphery. These are the preconditions make the economic development of China’s inner periphery left behind. Chinese interior periphery development is left behind, which is because some obstacles
In other words, one-child policy is another way to reduce the resources. Chinese government encourages people “late marriage, late childbirth”, which make a big effect for young couples’ thoughts. In today’s China, some young couples choose to have children late or do not want to have a child. Some new styles of family are growing in China. For a big country like China, one important thing is being responsible to the world.
Legalism, Confucianism, and Daoism was practiced, hoping to use different ways of thought to restore China. Confucianism, being continuously influential, caused the continuity of filial piety. On the other hand, Buddhism was newly introduced during this time by Indian missionaries, and became very widespread among the Chinese. Another continuity was the keeping of The Mandate of Heaven the whole era, giving rulers more power and respect. The expansion of China was also a change, and gain in political power along with new inventions such as paper and tea.
But after the announcement it rose to 49.7%, an increase of almost ten percent!17 It is clear that the Nixon administration wished for the visit to China to affect the voting preferences of the American people and to make them see their President in a new light. Communists cannot be trusted. They have never been truthful. Why should they be truthful now? What would they gain by having the United States of America as an ally?
With current successful operations in Hangzhou, China, Riordan now has plans on continually expand its manufacturing operations in China. Although it may sound and potentially be a swell idea, there are many political risks that Riordan Manufacturing will have to overcome. The number one political risk Riordan will be faced with will be government interference due to being a foreign company. The major interferences can be from nationalization of industries through asset confiscation, currency inconvertibility, to contract repudiation with respect to government owned firms. Just these three political interferences could eventually seal the fate of Riordan Manufacturing operating abroad.
I never knew how much of an impact this immigration stage had on America itself today. In conclusion, The Chinese immigration was huge to America. The Chinese contributed to the production and growth to the industrial era of America. They had a struggle to get themselves fit in, but in the end it was worth it for many reasons. The California Gold Rush was the ticket for the Chinese to even come over here and get a better life and the Chinamen who went through the hardship came out with the best results.
China was completely contrary from Central Africa on economic, political, and cultural bases during the 1500-1800. From 1000-1500 China led the world in economic development and there after experiencing the trauma of rule by the Yuan Dynasty, China adopted policies that favoured Chinese political and cultural tradition. On the other hand, the kingdoms of central Africa had initiated commercial relations with Portuguese merchants and diplomatic relations with Portuguese monarchy. Portuguese traded for slaves and slave trade undetermined the authority of the King. The Kings were converts of Christianity just to establish closer relations with Portuguese whereas Chinese has great problems with the exclusivity of Christianity but the Jesuits were respectful of Chinese culture and won a few converts.
When Chinese immigrants came to America they brought with them old world traditions, such as the Chinese New Year. In San Francisco Chinatown during the Cold War, ethnic leaders began trying to assimilate and become more accepted separating themselves from communist China. They attempted to accomplish this through modernization of their festival and the adoption of the model minority ideal. This was in the hopes of attracting tourists, bolstering businesses and have the Chinese themselves become part of the powerful white middle class. To further push western middle class ideals Chinese leaders implemented a beauty pageant to showcase which pushed them to be more associated with whites than other minorities.