Nevertheless, the poor countries like Sri Lanka can benefit from Chinese investment. Developing countries lack capital for investment, and China becomes a huge source of capital for them, especially when other western countries are reluctant to invest due to various reasons. That is why the present government of Mr. RW that criticized the former government for taking Chinese loans when in the opposition does the same thing after assuming office. Also, it helps transfer of technology from China to Sri Lanka.
As the foreigners, the Chinese first avoided the interaction with the Americans, while suffering various ways of discrimination. The Chinese that worked in gold fields brought their own method for mining of gold to the United States, which improved their efficiency a lot . This caught the local Americans’ attention. Some landowners and merchants preferred Chinese coolie, which means ‘kidnapped, enslaved, or indentured servants’, and they started to employ more Chinese than the Americans. The immediate loss of job and financial support pissed the American citizens off.
The only problem with this wall, was that if it was worth the money and the lives that were lost for the possible benefits that would come. From various documents, it showed that the cost of building the wall, does outweigh the benefits of it. Document C shows that the Han had paid tribute to the Xiongnu Mongols to stop them from raiding China, but it happened anyways. Also, Document E shows the amount of harsh conditions and people who were laid to work for this wall.
However, in the other hands, it brought big revenue to Kokujin, whoever was able to deceive his Shogo and central government. Even though only central government were able to manage national trade, Kokujin did not give upon this huge benefit, especially if Nagato and Sue province are close to China or Korea peninsula. From this geographical reason, they are the first province to contact this new culture and inventions, so that reduced the interest on these civilization product less than other province, who has fascinated by. This factor prevented the obsession on new culture, but focused on the market and economic situation. Consequently, Kokujin and Shogo 's interest correlation became weaken, due to unequal economic and political influence in their
China had fallen into disarray and became a trading target for other countries. Instead of competing they all had their own zones to trade, use ports, and take territories. This was much easier than taking over all of China because they got all of the benefits without trying to conquer the many people and massive country. But America didn’t have a zone and were jealous. John Hay wrote letters to all the influencing countries to sat that the US was going to trade in China.
The Byzantine Empire was not a continuation of the Roman Empire because the Romans would have never thought of learning the skill. The Byzantines learned how to make silk and then they no longer relied on the Persians for silk. (Document
(Ancient.com) It could have started when Romans invaded China and wanted to know how silk was made silk while China wanted to sell it for gold, so Rome tried to get the formula from the Emperor of the Han empire but did not succeed. So they sold silk to them for gold and that’s how the trade route basically started with China to Rome. They continued to trade with Empires so, diseases and barbarians started to spread. "
Although China did not become industrialized, pushing the limits of the old biological regime with old technology and their growing population size forced China to become a very labour-intensive agricultural giant in order to support themselves. Overall, although the world had left behind an old and insufficient biological regime, the Industrial Revolution brought with it its own challenges for mankind. Things like cotton, tea, silver, opium, iron, and steam were all items that dominated the Industrial Era. Tea and opium were mass produced by the Chinese, and England stripped silver from the New World to pay for these goods.
The author argue that China-Africa trade does not improve and sustain the living conditions of African residents, instead is it damaging efforts for Sub-Saharan Africa to improve their development. Lyons and Brown states that the increasing number of imports from China affect local businesses because China import cheap products and sell them at a lower price. Therefore, there is a competition, and this competition lowers the profit margins and income for some trader. As a result of this the African traders lose their businesses as their consumer go for Chinese products. The author also address the benefits of China imports to Africa.
The Mongols did not trust the Chinese, so they had foreigners come in to govern the people. They took away the traditional Confucian way of government. In the Middle East, the Mongols took the highest positions, but gave the lower positions to the people showing that there was more trust. The Mongols didn 't disrupt the original government, instead they used it to their advantage. Mongols