Chinese Population And Its Effect On China

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If “democracy” is a term that sounds so familiar to many Western countries, the concept, on the other hand, does not adhere a same value in developing countries, especially for China. In fact, Chinese population is heavily under the effect of democratization resistance for many reasons, including but not limit to (1) the government’s own definition and version of democracy (2) Chinese’s long historical factors and unique cultures, (3) different political philosophy and (4) whether is developed or still developing status. With the growth of globalization, the concept of democratization has been encouraged and discouraged in many ways.
Unlike many nations, China is a country with at least 5000-year-long civilization, a long rich history with many traditions. China today may be regarded as having different civilizations, and is located on various countries with multiple languages. (Chinese Government 's Official Web Portal, 2004). On October 1st, 1949, People 's Republic of China was formally established, with its national capital at Beijing (Mecholsky, 2009). Shortly after the declaration of independence, the Chinese’s economy had shown signs of growths and developments. However, it was so unstable and even faced severe crises, especially after the Great Leap Forward movement and the Great Cultural Revolution. The reasons were varied, but was mainly because of the structure of the government and its controversy “democracy” version. According to the Comparative Politics of the…
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