Pioneer of the Chinese Revolution: Zhang Binglin and

Pioneer of the Chinese Revolution: Zhang Binglin and

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However, according to a newly conducted investigation, economic reforms over the past 20 years have created a substantial class of very wealthy Chinese, with more than 5.3 million families boasting annual incomes of US$6,000 or more. The ownership of all of these islands groups is under dispute. CrossRef Google Scholar — 1992b. “The Implications of Modernization for the Education of China’s National Minorities.” Pp. 307–36 in Education and Modernization: The Chinese Experience, edited by R.
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Eating Bitter: A Chinese-american Saga

Eating Bitter: A Chinese-american Saga

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It created disparity in educational achievement and widened the political and economic gaps between northern and southern Nigeria. According to Ethnologue, China has 292 living languages and 1 extinct language. Just as the earlier acceptance of simple theories of modern society led to an overly unquestioning acceptance of the decline of ethnicity, their replacement may equally inappropriately see ethnic minorities, and what has been referred to as the politics of recognition associated with 'multiculturalism' (Taylor, 1994), as inevitably producing ethnic conflict and the disruption of the society and State.
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Memories of Life in Lhasa Under Chinese Rule

Memories of Life in Lhasa Under Chinese Rule

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The main points of the decision were that all urban enterprises would be responsible for their own profits and losses, managers would have greater decisionmaking authority, and national and local governments would relinquish direct control over enterprises and assume a regulatory and supervisory position. In the mid-19th century, Chinese came to "Gold Mountain," as they called America, to join the "Gold Rush" that began at Sutter’s Mill, Sacramento, California.
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A Twentieth-Century Chinese Profile: English and Chinese

A Twentieth-Century Chinese Profile: English and Chinese

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Just over 64,900 people reported in the NHS that they were affiliated with traditional Aboriginal spirituality. According to a 2006 report issued by the International Union for Conservation of Nature and Natural Resources (IUCN), threatened species included 80 types of mammals, 82 species of birds, 31 types of reptiles, 86 species of amphibians, 47 species of fish, 1 type of mollusk, 3 other invertebrates, and 443 species of plants.
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Flight From China

Flight From China

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The country also has substantial petroleum reserves, both on land and offshore. Because of the restrictive admissions policies of formal higher education institutions, the vast majority of high school graduates sought nonformal higher education training. This information also circulates through ethnic-language newspapers, television and radio, allowing working-class immigrant parents to benefit from the ethnic capital that their middle-class peers create.
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Faces of China: From Mao to Now

Faces of China: From Mao to Now

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In Belgium, the fairly equitable distribution of power between the two main ethnic groups helped to ensure that the economic welfare of both communities was protected and supported. There is also a sense that existing policy models are failing. Excuses like "I'm allergic to alcohol" is usually better than "I don't feel like drinking". The remaining disciplines of the old universities were reorganized into separate technical colleges or merged with existing specialized institutes.
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Across Many Mountains: A Tibetan Family's Epic Journey from

Across Many Mountains: A Tibetan Family's Epic Journey from

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China is the most populous country in the world, with 1.25909 billion people at the end of 1999, about 22 percent of the world�s total. However, the Chinese word does not imply that ethnic minorities in China are not Chinese citizens, as in fact they are. [4] Following the dissolution of the Soviet Union, governmental and scholarly publications have retranslated "minzu" in the ethnic minority sense into English as "ethnic groups". The Hong Kong Monetary Authority deputy chief executive declared that the entity had advised all banks to review their existing policies and procedures to ensure compliance with the Race Discrimination Ordinance.
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Vermilion Gate: A Family Story of Communist China

Vermilion Gate: A Family Story of Communist China

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The Taiwan Strait lies between the mainland and the island of Taiwan. In spite of the continued global effort since UNESCO’s “Statements On Race” (1950, 1964, 1967) to dispel the “race fiction”,70 interethnic mistrust and prejudice is still a worldwide phenomenon afflicting countries big and small, rich and poor. China is the world's largest producer of rice, and rice accounts for almost half of the country's total food-crop output. They identity with cultural groups: tribes, ethnic groups, religious communities, nations and at the broadest level, civilizations.
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Japanese Agent in Tibet

Japanese Agent in Tibet

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Publication of economic data ceased at this time, but Western observers estimated a 1% decline in agriculture for the 1958–60 period, an increase in GNP of only 1%, and no more than a 6% increase in industrial output. Combined with subsequent elections for a Constituent Assembly charged with the drafting of a constitution, this considerably defused separatist tendencies among these ethnicities and averted a more catastrophic civil war from developing.
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Chinese Film Stars (Routledge Contemporary China Series)

Chinese Film Stars (Routledge Contemporary China Series)

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The Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has been the ruling political organization in China since 1949. Entry-level jobs available in central cities tend to pay less than similar jobs in the suburbs. 42 At the same time that low-income minorities have been concentrating in central cities, middle-class and affluent minorities have been moving to the suburbs, particularly in large metropolitan areas. There is an alternative now with an Independent Travel Network that has been created by a western company.
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