In both places he was lambasted and severely beaten. Later, his corpse was quietly retrieved from the water and cremated, but the mystery of his death still confuse nowadays Chinese deeply. There are dozens of guesses about the cause of his death. The only certain fact people know about it is Lao-She’s body was full of scars and wounded badly. The government declared Lao-She suicided, but his wife and children suspected it.
Currently, countries legalizing euthanasia are economically developed, social stabilized and welfare countries. In contrast to them, China is still a developing countries with unsound medical security system and large pockets of poverty. Legislation for euthanasia is running through a stagnant situation in which the heat discussion in public couldn’t help. The legislation of euthanasia has to come together with the changes of people’s moral thoughts and a more pervasive public support. Besides, an improved medical care system can only promote the process of legislation when euthanasia is practiced more as a “can do” than a “have to do” thing.
Political Impacts of Fake Food Industries Fake food industries politically undermine Chinese government both locally and internationally. In China, the credibility of the government is shrinking and brings difficulty in governance. Globally, the worldwide consumers lose confidence in food products from China and tarnishes China’s image. Loss of Government’s Credibility In the recent years, there is an increase in fake food scandals in China, jeopardizing public health, and thus impairing the credibility of the government. Despite the government effort in law and regulation establishment, fake food scandals are frequently revealed and widespread through media.
South Korean scientists clone a human cell successfully and try to show the advantage and disadvantage of cloning. They said stem cell research and cloning have also been shown to be dangerous. The animals that have been cloned so far suffer from genetic disorders . Stem cells implanted in the wrong area could cause seizures in patients. It is altogether too much of a risk, and too much of a cost to pay in life to consider these options.
There is a widespread viewpoint in the world: Chinese are introvert and mot much directly. Those stereotypes come from Chinese culture. In China, the Confucius’ thought has affecting Chinese culture and mind thousand years, which encourages people be patient and harmonious. Under this culture, outgoing will be regarded as impolite. The emperor used this thought to control his citizens’ mind so that society can be stable.
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
The police, who had formerly attracted members with the allure of getting away with corruption and individual gain, enforced their new anti-corruption law by giving the police who did want to adjust to a new political environment a second chance. It is said by some experts that, “Hong Kong became an international finance hub – receiving more than $HK 82 billion in overseas investment since 2000 - because of the commission’s work”(Lam). So, what can China learn from this? On the flip side, how will an infiltrating China affect the political culture of Hong Kong in the future?
British for flooding the Chinese market with opium. In the end, it was the herculean effort by the PRC government in the 1950s that succeeded in weeding out the opium problem in China. She attributed the success of the PRC government to its incorruptibility, determination, and also a lockdown in international trade that stemmed the inflow of drugs to China. Important to note too that for both Li Yangfan and Xia Guomei, the implied understanding is that China’s drug problems were always a result of negative foreign influences. Xia Guomei lamented how today’s China is “surrounded on all four directions by drugs.” There is a tendency for Chinese scholars to downplay the autonomy of Chinese themselves in contributing to their own drug problems.
In this case, an employee working from home accidentally left medical information belonging to 192 patients on a public subway (Carol, n.d.). While major cases are accidental, some healthcare professions violate the law purposely. Cardiovascular surgeon Huping Zhou was sentenced to four months in prison “pleading guilty in January to four misdemeanor counts of accessing and reading the confidential medical records of his supervisors and high-profile celebrities…Zhou was also fined $2,000” (Dimick, 2010). Whether the situation is accidental or on purpose, the consequences of the violation are present. It is therefore up
And what are the consequences? In the case on whether selling parts of the human body is ethical or not, opinions differ. Iran has introduced regulated paid kidney donation, in order to eliminate the waiting list for a kidney transplantation, and succeeded, while in western society this is illegal. The purpose of this text is to sketch a clear image of the argument about selling bodyparts, and will conclude that