The Mongols also contributed legal codes to china that were a lot more innovative. The Mongol came up with Orthro to make it easier for long distant trade. They also contributed to Square script. This was use by officials only. Theater, Hunting, Art all was contributed but not favored by china.
The culture of each ethnic group is not the same at all, so it is hard to replace the character in Asian movie. Another example is a Last Airbender movie, it is a very famous movie and popular in Asia. However, M. Night Shyamalan decided to choose Noah Ringer to play Aang, it was receiving a lot of opposite response from the audiences. Therefore, it got a very low rating with only 2.8/10. Generally, the writers and directors have a social responsibility to avoid stereotyping ethnic character to make a good rate for their
In China Mahayana Buddhism was greatly excepted by people who didn’t have a lot of stuff or people who wanted to reach nirvana but was greatly hated by others no only because it went against everything Confucianism believed in but also since it wasn 't a native religion. However, some people didn’t care if the two religions co-existed or blended together. Mahayana Buddhism in China was profoundly accepted by the lower class people who didn’t have much and liked the idea of giving up materialistic things to reach nirvana. In document 2 Zhi Dun supports Buddhism and talks about how Buddhism was the way to reach
The reasons why it failed miserably were that forced taxation was near impossible, very hard to hold a strong military appearance, and that each state over powered the nation its self in power. In the time period of the publication of the Articles, the authors were most likely suffering from remembrance of England’s taxes. Clearly showing why they wanted to cut the federal governments power to tax. This idea ended up coming back to bite the US. It was bad because “taxes not only raise revenue but they can regulate too.” For instance, if a government raised taxes on tobacco products, it will show the governments distastes towards tobacco and make less people buy it.
The sponsorship would not be appropriate since it could lead to underage drinking and drunk driving. Non-profits should do in-depth research, such as reading news articles and viewing advertisements, of the for-profits that want to sponsor them by checking their mission statements, business practices, and their overall public image. Phoenix University is not an inherently bad corporate citizen, but it would be a stretch to consider them the model corporate citizen. The main issue is the lack of social responsibility in their targeting of a specific demographic using the sponsorship like an advertisement for a service that many low-income families will not be able to afford (Patterson & Wilkins, 2014, p. 59). Motives matter since they influence how a corporation will conduct business and the overall character of the corporate
For decades, social activists were unsuccessful in stopping companies from selling Native inspired designs (Trevor, 2016). Appropriation in fashion has affected the spiritual significance and livelihood of these indigenous people. This paper aims to examine how cultural appropriation has negatively affected the Native Americans, evaluate the effectiveness of present solutions and suggest better ways to alleviate the problem in future. Cultural appropriation in the fashion industry is a problem because it is a threat to the livelihood of the Native Americans. For example, revenue was lost when companies such as Urban Outfitters falsely claimed that their products were made by the Navajo Natives (Fowler, 2013).
The general consensus is that the model minority stereotype was created only to retain American stability (ocampo,et. al,683). There are many reasons why pinning Asian Americans as the model minority was convenient for Americans. In the 1870’s, Chinese people migrated to America, mainly California. Asian Americans were suspicious to Californians because there was a thriving vice economy in Chinatown and most Asians were not Christian.
The largest contributor to the problems plaguing the Eastman Kodak Company is its failure to predict, innovate, and establish market share in the imaging industry’s change to the digital sector. The success experienced by Kodak in the last 100 years was a direct result of their ability to adopt disruptive technology with regards to film sales and development to stay one step ahead of its competitors. Their refusal to do the same at the start of the digital age slashed any chance of major success down the road for the company. Table A1. SWOT Analysis.
In this fast-paced industry, Samsung Electronics Company (SEC) has done a remarkable job in turning the company around and reaching a top-of-mind brand awareness over the past few years. The Samsung brand identity and values were poorly regarded up until the early 90s. The brand was positioned as a low-end electronics company that was mainly manufacturing consumer televisions and VCRs. Samsung was not able to compete with the industry’s leaders (i.e. Sony) in the global market.
Their focus on technical excellence, their approach to convergence and their deep product range are examples of core competencies transforming into core rigidities. Having a look at the Nokia N97, this becomes rather clear. The phone was a failure at many levels. It was not ready to be released but Nokia had no choice but to throw it in the market anyway, because it had already been delayed for too long. Instead of being focused on design and user experience as it was now required in the smartphone market, the N97 kept Nokia's old recipe, what used to make a good smartphone, what used to make Nokia's phones the best ones.