Bare survival was the major struggle for many at the bottom of the society and injustice was more than common. And contrary to many people’s expectations, the Republic of China did not dramatically change the situation. Although modern democratic political institutions were introduced, the regime was highly corrupted and incompetent in consolidating power or stabilizing economy. In F arewell My Concubine, we see undisciplined soldiers in opera house, easily bribed judge and acquittal based on a general’s short notice instead of sound evidence. Changes did happen, but there was also remarkable consistency in people’s
As mentioned above, the GMD focused their efforts on gaining the support of wealthy businessmen in big cities. An example of this is that over 90% of revenue raised by the GMD came from areas near Shanghai, the largest international port and financial capital of China . As such, the GMD already did not have support of the peasants, and the party lost even more support with their inability to manage their own economy, spending most their revenue on military expenditures. Faced with economic problems, the GMD printed more money, resulting in the loss of value and leading to hyperinflation (1000% inflation in Shanghai in 1947.) As the GMD economy collapsed, the population of China turned their allegiance towards the only other viable solution to their problems: the CCP.
The middle and wealthy class got their land taken and distributed to the poor. He did help socially because he gave the poor a better living conditions and extended education for the poor he also gave women equal power as men 's. Mao Zedong did not make China a better society economically because he got landlords discriminated and made their economy lower, the middle and wealthy class got their land taken and distributed to the poor. In document #9, it stated that the Chinese economy was low and once Mao stop being China 's leader the economy was able to grow again. Chinese society did not get better under Mao’s rule because there was roadblock preventing the economy from growing and Mao was the problem not allowing it to thrive.
Introduction Industrial revolution has been a controversial topic for debate for many years. Many scholars have been arguing the reasons why China did not manage to take on industrial revolution. What made such a gap in technological innovations between the South East Asia and Europe? In the 14th century, the South East Asia, preferably China, was not lagging behind but doing as well as, or probably better than Europe. According to Kenneth, China was very successful in agricultural aspect and she was more capable in cultivation of land than the European though the livestock per capita of China may not be as high as the European.
2) Companies in China (Baidu, Sougou, 360 search) – Google is the most popular search engine and is given first priority in searching than any other search engine, so there will be high competition between the rival companies which in return will decrease their market value and may have to face some loses. 3) The People of China – they were affected the most. On one hand they benefited from using the Google search engine. However, on the other hand, they did not get the full access to information in the internet. They only got those sites which are approved by the government.
The unprivileged resented the privileged class. Although all these revolutions were led by middle-class enlightened people, it was the peasants who started these revolutions. Without the support of the peasants, Mao Zedong would not have been able to establish the People’s Republic of China. Similarly Lenin first failed to establish a communist state in Russia. It was only a few months later that he won over the support of Soviets, worker’s unions, that he was able to establish the first communist state.
This is because the government printed out even more money so that he could pay off the reparations. However, as the government printed out more money, the money lost it’s value, so it basically became worthless. And because of this, the prices for food became too high. Most people that were unemployed and were now, homeless, could not pay this amount so they starved. When Stresemann took control, the Hyperinflation was a major crisis in Germany.
The decisions made by the public has led Athens into several unnecessary wars that eventually led to its downfall. And after the death of Pericles, the Athens’ democracy began to decline. So, it is reasonable to conclude that Athens had prospered not just because of its freedom, but because of the wisdom of its leader who was able to control the feelings of the masses. On the contrary, Qin in China had a completely different political system compared to Athens. One
During the “Dirty Thirties,” the Dust Bowl took place and affected farmers across the Midwest, resulting in less money and the collapse of business; however, the president enacted the New Deal which solved a lot of the problems. The market crash caused businesses to close and as a result, people wanted to work for any wage. The 1929 market crash caused the Great Depression and closed factories (Worster 5). When
Also, the encouragement policy of China government at the time motivated the fast development of Foxconn in China. The policy such as tax reduction, and extra regional benefit greatly lower the cost of production of the firm. This set up a potential space for the firm to explicit the labor without the supervising of the labor market. And China government at the time want to attract more foreign investors to settle their company in China, it has been turned a blind eye to many labor explicit case. And the local governments have lack of knowledge of