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    Han Dynasty Changes

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    weaken internally, exterior forces, such as invasions from Mongols, Xiongnu, and other groups had overwhelmed the Han Dynasty. Immediately proceeding the fall in 220 CE, a period called the Three Kingdoms was a period of disunity and war between the Wei, Wu, and Shu Han states. This period occurred because of the fall of the Han Dynasty in 220 CE, due to natural disasters and peasant uprisings. It is significant because it led to

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    “When life gets you down, you know what you gotta do? Just keep swimming.” This is a quote that I personally live by. Pixar’s fifth feature film, Finding Nemo was released in theatres on May 30, 2003 and is one of the highest-grossing animated films to ever be created. Ranking number 9 on the list from the year 1980-present, Finding Nemo is definitely a fan favourite. The film was inspired by the director and co-writer, Andrew Stanton’s overprotective nature. As a relatively new father during the

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    the Northern Wei as one of its predecessors since it established itself by inheriting the rulership from the Sui Dynasty, the direct successor of the northern dynasties. That is why Li Yanshou introduces these subtle ways to show his support to the northern dynasties. However, the Northern Wei, as mentioned in previous chapter, did not have a predecessor to provide the legitimate rulership. Moreover, this dynasty is long ruled by the non-Han Chinese people. If set the Northern Wei as the predecessor

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    Zheng He was an explorer, diplomat, and admiral from China that lived during the Ming Dynasty. Throughout centuries and even in recent decades, Zheng He and his expeditions have been politicized and remembered as an envoy of peace. His expeditions were widely praised and moreover exaggerated by nationalistic individuals who were proud of the past (Ptak 1). What those individuals create is the huge romanticzation of Zheng He as an individual and his expeditions. Similar to the story of the Three Kingdoms

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    Cangue (金锁记)" is a novella by female writer Eileen Chang (张爱玲) and remains one of her most famous works. The story is acclaimed for its delicate and authentic psychological description of women 's conditions in China in the 1920s. The story centers on Cao Qiqiao who marries into a wealthy family. Her husband is the second sick son of the family but she falls in love with his young brother. This forbidden love drives her crazy and upon inheriting a large fortune she becomes obsessed with money and destroying

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    Bodhidharma In China

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    Bodhidharma, after giving up his royal life in India, “Put aside his white layman’s robe for the black robe of a monk… and subsequently crossed distant mountains and sea, traveling about and propagating the teaching in Han and Wei.” Han and Wei probably refers to the states of Cao Wei

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    “Have you seen a therapist yourself (Reidbord, 2011)? This was the question raised by a patient to his psychotherapist as reported in the The New York Times (Pope, 2011). Reidbord highlighted some patients may prefer a psychotherapist who has been in therapy, for these therapists would have a greater sense of empathy for their patients. However, others may see it as a personal fault. Those against this practice may find it ironic that a professional therapist, who is supposed to help those vulnerable

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