It is a tool that the Chinese government employs to regulate information flow within the country as she opens her doors to the World. “China will become the next major player in geopolitics, making China a responsible member of the international community or an economic superpower that is capable of shaping the world” (Herrington, 2011). The dispute between Google and China has surfaced weaknesses in China’s authoritarian regime to control information. However, China, a state-controlled society for centuries cannot be forced to accept and adopt concepts like freedom of expression in similar fashion as Western societies have done. China cannot be subjected to hegemonic domination by Google and has to adopt it on her own terms and pace.
However, Chinese side is not that willing to move into such platform. U.S.-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue is a good platform to discuss such problems bilaterally and improving into higher levels of diplomacy could lead to global and regional stability at unexpectedly good levels. Also human rights is still a huge concern between United States and China since Americans accusing China by underestimating human rights and various violations on political and social fields. These political problems are occurring due to different regimes between two sides and American misunderstanding of Chinese structure and lack of transparency between Chinese government institutions. For the transparency issues, White Papers of the People’s Liberation Army are very important.
In the past few years, Multinational Corporation has become the most important character in globalization topic. Multinational corporation means an organization that owns sale their goods or service to more than single countries are rising at this age, moreover, these corporations almost come from developed countries (Allen Sens, 2012). In 20 to 21 centuries, considerably multinational corporations have chosen developing countries like China or India for continuous their business. However, is it bring economic benefit to developing country or make that worse? The aim of this essay is to examine some arguments for and against of multinational corporations in developing country First of all, the developing countries will gain the technology
2.2.2 Analysis of Chinese stereotypes It is usually hard to avoid stereotypes in any representation of China or Chinese people in Western film. As argued in Part 1 of this thesis, stereotype is necessary in representation of the “Other” because we need ordered, fixed and simplified information for things we are not familiar with; we want to exclude things that are different to free ourselves from anxiety; it is always inequalities of power behind stereotypes. In Marco Polo themed films, there are many Chinese characters appear when Marco Polo travelled to China. However, the character Marco Polo in both films does not see Chinese people as stereotypes. In Montaldo’s Marco Polo, Marco observes many differences among different locations and he
Later, it became more popular over the many countries that don’t even surround China Such as the middle East, and Egypt. Increasing the popularity of this porcelain, China started to build factories and production centers, and developing new technologies of coloring. Also, porcelain was developed in special orders for agents of companies that considered European taste of porcelain. The spread of porcelain shows the significance and the contribution of it to China’s economy. Porcelain in shaped China in a more powerful way since it was the only country that produced this product at the time.
Additionally, they came together with other countries for one purpose and that was to pass the Open Door Policy to allow everyone to access China. Thus humanitarian reasons for imperialism is invalid because the U.S. wanted to trade with China to improve their economy. Overall, out of the three theories, humanitarian, defense, and economic, economic is the main reason for American imperialism. This is shown in many case studies like Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, and China. The U.S. looked for opportunities to gain economic benefits
The rapid expansion of China 's economic strength has begun to have an impact on the southern hemisphere. Chinese home appliance giant Haier Group (Haier) decided the acquisition of its rival New Zealand Fisher & Paykel Appliances. Fisher & Paykel is a New Zealand manufacturer of high-end appliances; products include cooker, refrigerator, washing machine and dishwasher. The 78-year-old Fisher & Paykel in New Zealand has been considered a successful example. In New Zealand appliance market it has a monopoly advantage.
Chinese culture and practices weather its business or culture are different than that of west. To successfully expand business in china knowing and practicing common customs will help in relaxing, avoiding embarrassment, and focus on critical occasions. China’s history has outlived all other great empires in Eurasia including the Egyptian, roman, ottoman and many great empires. It is said that china’s history can be dated back to 4000 years ago, the history has been well documented in both official annals and private historical records. The origin of the word ‘China’ is associated with an ancient Chinese empire, the first united Chinese dynasty of Ch’in (221-206BC).
Knowing this, does Xiaomi meet the criteria for being a disruptive innovation? We feel that some criteria from both “new market” and “low-end” fits Xiaomi. When they first entered the smartphone market with their low price and e-commerce distribution strategy, they enabled the middleclass in China to access high-end smartphones. Xiaomi created low-end disruptive growth by targeting the price sensitive middleclass in China that did not need all of the functionality and could not afford the products that were available by the bigger companies. Furthermore, when Xiaomi expanded to new high-volume countries like India, Singapore and Malaysia, the market for high-end phones were rather non existent.
China needs resources for new industries, which it can extract from the land it acquires from poor countries. For its products, China needs market, and the purchasing of land allows China an easy access to local markets. However, the most important advantage is its ability to expand the strategic interest. For example, China must keep sea lines of communication open in case of exigencies, which requires it to establish a foothold in the Indian Ocean. Consequently, the powerful countries are the main beneficiaries of the land lease.