Cultural issues in China

Between the nineteenth and twentieth century, like in the United States and Europe, Japan and China were involved in a transformation in their social and cultural lifestyles as witnessed in the change of dress. One and the major factor that led to nationalism is the economic policy imposed by the colonial rulers that led to […]

Economies of Asia: Consumption, Supply and Demand

East Asian economies have experienced paramount growth over the last decades with the rise of globalization. The liberalization of economies in Asia had paved the way for tourism to flourish which fueled the growth of Asian economies. Three specific industry sectors worth mentioning in this paper showcase the changes brought about by globalization to East […]

China’s Policy Toward the US

The direction that the relationship between the United States and China undertake is believed to outline the prospect of the whole world. For the United States, an increasing power of China progressively distresses American affluence and safety, which calls for a tough diplomatic policy and strong economic, party-political, and safety decisions. As the new century […]

Taiwan’s Transformation

Introduction Taiwan is a small island in Asia. Taiwan location and its economy attract neighboring nations like Japan and China. According to Vickers, the original occupants of the island were aboriginal natives (2008). In the 1800s, Taiwan was a sparsely populated country. This means more farmland was available for agricultural activities. Chinese settlers who discovered […]

East Asia Economic Development

America chose to get involved in nation building efforts in South East Asia by encouraging economic development in order to foster social harmony and regional development. America encouraged the countries to dismantle state-led market systems and implement free market systems. There was however uneven economic growth as some countries such as Thailand and Singapore having […]

Political implication of the Chinese political tradition

Introduction The rise of communism and totalitarianism in modern China was characterized by new technologies and ideologies as the traditional ones were abolished. The significance of modernization had greater impact on certain intellectuals who despite being brought up in the traditional lifestyle had already experienced westernized culture and were educated. Several factors contributed to the […]