The media also increased Korean immigration. As more Koreans are persuaded that America is the land of prosperity, they are likely to go there. Moreover, the strong military ties between the United States and Korea encouraged more Korean Immigration into America. However, in the 1990, Korean immigration decreased. First, economic and political conditions improved in Korea.
Japan and Korea were able to advance their way of life due to the broad acceptance of the Chinese culture. The cultural exchange resulted from immigration and trade within the region of East Asia. Japan and Korea were very assertive in maintaining the relationship among countries within the continent which assisted in maintaining strong and consistent trading. Trade originated in East Asia as early as the first century. Trade in China began in the regions of Han; the downfall of the Han dynasty resulted in regional division within East Asia.
One of the unifiers, Toyotomi Hideyoshi, had shifted the rights to control shipping to the “broader public authority” in the north, which ultimately increased intra-Asian trade by connecting Japan with Korea, the Ainu, and northern China. As a result, the Matsume Clan became the head of “the centre of the region’s trade activity”, ultimately proving that the Japanese did not simply reject the Ainu, but instead utilized their presence to further expand trade. Furthermore, Walker also notes the positive outcome, in which “these political and commercial developments in northeastern Japan ushered in the full-blown emergence of Ainu culture”. In relation to the Europeans, it is undeniable that Christianity was banned in Japan, but that did not mean it disappeared completely. “Kakure Kirishitans”, or “Hidden Christians”, continued to practice the religion underground after the government began to arrest, and even execute, others.
A new fashion world was opened by the cultural revolution of the 1960s. New forms of pop music, pop art, more leisure time, more free attitude, of course, the sudden "generation gap", are combined so that fashion and young people are closely related. This phenomenon reflects the new words appear like "trendy" and "fashion sense". The general impulse seen as "hip" or "cool" stimulates the need for new styles, shapes, materials and colors. Other important effects on fashion include the Vietnam War, the NASA Space Program, the Women's Liberation Movement and the "Race" issue.
The revolution of modern fashion tradition has its aims to show the important contribution of non-western fashion in historical and socio-cultural development of the world. One of the objectives of the volume is the idea that successful fashion is outside Europe and North America, but for the rest of the world they are just a recent phenomenon of globalization and imitation. Jansen in her book, ”Modern Fashion Traditions” concerned the development of three areas over the Crouse of a century; focusing on the cultural, social, economic changes that shift the way in which fashion production has received. The first generation of fashion designers, working in the 1960-80s including Zhor Sebti, Tamy Tazi and Naima Bennis, emerged from a class of Moroccan designers who lead the revolution of Moroccan fashion. Those designers want to show that woman can be Moroccan and modern simultaneously.
The Japanese administration vastly enhanced the infrastructures (mainly setting up railroads and communications) to assist an intense industrialization and the accaparement of resources to the benefit of the metropole. Core society was equally profoundly modified, as the interference of Japan created new social classes, introduced new cultural concepts and ideas, and induced large population movements from rural areas to industrialized cities. The idea of minjok is especially interesting as it is the first conceptualization of the Korean people as a unified ethnic race and is still used today is nationalist discourse. Now, as Bruce Cummings' The legacy of Japanese Colonialism in Korea states, beyond the obvious materialistic developments, this period had a great influence on the workings of the state apparatus in itself, and this well after liberation. Starting with the obvious, all the politicians, from the North or the South, that shaped the country from the liberation onwards are tied in one way or another to the Japanese era – Kim Il Sung comes from the resistance movements in Manchuria, Syngmann Rhee was an anti-Japanese exile, Park Chung-Hee was an officer in the Japanese Kwantung army,
The Chinese development of technological advances, allowed the era of the Tang, and the Song dynasty to bring about a social, political, and urban change. The Chinese found new techniques in Agriculture and farming rice. This allowed for more growth and spreading of population in the regions. As the population grew, people were interest in new jobs and careers in the markets. So, they sought out jobs such as shop sellers, blacksmiths, metallurgy, fishing, and government work.
The creation of programs such as the American Green Card Lottery has also resulted in an increase in the number of foreigners in the USA. Individuals have moved to the USA in pursuit of higher education or employment opportunities. In their article, Birthplace Diversity and Economic Prosperity from the National Bureau of Economic Research, authors note that the number of students in the country is high compared to other nations. They also claim that the move can be attributed to the improved education and social structures (Alesina et al. 3).
The critiques stimulated Japan to strengthen his cultural activities in Asia. Moreover, establishment Japan Foundation offices in most of the countries of Southeast Asia they were a clear evidence of the new policy, in order to improve the knowledge and Japanese interest in the Southeast Asian region. The next stage in the evolution of Japan 's cultural diplomacy began in the late 1980s. The Japanese economy matured and the importance of the country on the international stage increased. Moreover, a new concept of "cultural cooperation" began to play a role in Japan 's cultural diplomacy during this
• Vietnam has been a member of WTO and a TTP trade agreement: these practices promote more competition and provide more mode of entry alternatives for new firms into Vietnam markets (KPMG, 2015). • Private consumption is developing strongly; enhanced by increased consumer confidence and low inflation (Asian Develop Bank, 2015). • Sales in retail sector increased 9.8% in January – September 2015 compared with previous year (Bloomberg,