An examination of the battle and its significance to American politics and military tactics
Presents China as perhaps the only viable communist state. Looks at history, economy, & society of China.
An in depth look at the social, political, geographic and economic influences on being Japanese.
Describes the history, growth, & spread of the Buddhism. Examines the reasons for the religion’s popularity & unpopularity. Discusses the prospects for Buddhism in the future.
Development since 1949, focusing on 1990s, industrialization, international trade & investment, political relations with Taiwan.
Examines crime rates, types & guns (compared to U.S.), gangs, drugs, police, courts, prisons, rehabilitation and cultural factors (religion, politics, social control).
A paper whch studies the the forces that affected the human and non-human world in ancient Chinese religion.
This paper examines the economic development of the nation of Malaysia in the years after independence in 1957 until the present.
A discussion of the concepts of sovereignty and security in South East Asia and their importance to stability in the region.
Examines memoir’s portrayal of gender, cultural & familial difficulties of growing up for Chinese girl in America.
A look at how Western film making styles impact traditional Japanese film making.
Tests the speculation that China may soon have the world’s largest economy by comparing and contrasting the three geographical economic elements: Special Economic Zones, Open Cities and Open Coastal Areas.
A brief history of the ancient civilizations of the Near East, India and China.
Historical background, politics, pragmatism vs. ideology, agriculture, quotas, incentives, demographics, foreign investment.
This paper investigates the issue of multi racial Asians living in different countries.
This paper summarizes and critiques the book “Can Japan Compete?”
An in-depth look at the Peter Brook production of the “Mahabharata”.
This paper provides an examination of the soaring career, culture, and works of Chinese-American author Amy Tan with a special emphasis on her novel, “The Hundred Secret Senses”.
Examines ethnobotanical healing recipes for joints and gout, bronchitis, digestion problems, flu and constipation.
An analysis of retirement plans and government policies regarding funding and social welfare.
This essay examines the importance of the Great Wall of China as one of a handful of human creations around the world that encompasses an entire national identity.
An examination of the conflicts over ownership of the two islands between Korea and Japan.
A paper which discusses that despite the severe limits placed on Chinese women throughout their history, they still managed to demonstrate tenacity and courage and the power of decision within these restrictions.
An overview of global marketing issues and their application to Indonesia. Discusses labor, communications, role of government and keys to success.
This is a paper that looks at the many different female images in Taoism. It looks at what they are and the importance they have to the religion as a whole.
History of Japanese immigration, occupations, economics, quotas, gender issues, social contributions. Tables.
Critical review of work arguing that war was started & continued by U.S. officials seeking confrontation with communist forces.
Examining the history of the city since the Opium Wars (1939-1942) and the British rule. Looks at issues of economic & political development, trade, its relations with China and treaties. Focusing on turnover of city to Chinese in 1997.
This paper is a summary of how industry, transportation, and gender and development are impacting the development of the Southeast Asian region. The paper includes a special look at how tourism is impacting the region. “Southeast Asia is a very diverse region, and its countries are among the most dynamic in the developing world. By […]
A comparison of Japanese and Chinese society through the films “My Neighbor Totoro” and “The Tai Chi Master.”
A study of the preconditions and policies required for economic growth and why some Asia-Pacific countries have failed to achieve sustainable long-term growth.
Compares insights into Japanese culture, value systems, roles of Japanese & Amer. women, ethnocentrism, ethics, modernization. “The Chrysanthemum & The Sword” ( Ruth Benedict ) & “The Japanese Mind” (Robert C Christopher )
This paper uses two sources, “The Story of Noriko” and “Golden Arches East” to examine how the younger generations from Japan and China, standing between the traditional identity and the new identity, are reacting to new cultures and mindsets.
History of discrimination against the Chinese. Looking at the public policy, assimilation, politics, the role of President Suharto, the 1994 Medan riot and the future.
Compares mother’s & daughter’s experiences in cultural (Chinese & Chinese-Amer.), historical & narrative contexts.Tan, Amy
A study on the Asian films Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and Princess Mononok.
A look at the how globalization containment impacted the entire world.
History & evolution since WWII, national interests, treaties, military aspects, Chinese perspective, Asian economic expansion.
A review of the novel “Donald Duk” by Frank Chin describing race relations in the United States.
An examination of the transformation from Han Nationalism to Republicanism in early modern China.
This paper details the cultural struggle of the Chinese-American daughters in Gish Jen’s Mona in the `Promised Land` and Amy Tan’s Joy Luck Club to accept and assimilate American culture in tandem with the lessons of their immigrant parents. The lives of the characters within the novels Mona in the Promised Land by Gish Jen […]