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  • Economic Impacts of Beijing Olympic Essay

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    Economic Impacts of Beijing Olympic Bird Nest and Water Cube: We can all recall the opening of Beijing Olympic in Bird Nest where the gorgeous fireworks and fantastic shows were shown. As well as the Water Cube, an exquisite designed water stadium, which all the water competitions were hosted. After the 2008 Beijing Olympic, those multibillions infrastructures were put into use only a few times and for most of the time, they were empty. Some people believe the construction of those infrastructures

  • The Roles Of Drama In Beijing And Opera's Peking Opera

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    During the 17th and 18th century, drama played a huge role in impacting the urban environment of Beijing and Edo, and its citizens. Drama, transcended through the virtuality of fictional play and characters that come to parallel the everyday life of locals. Although Beijing and Edo are two different cultural regions in the East, their similarity could be accounted for in their inclusiveness of the local commoners through applying the worldview of lower rank members of society to execute the play

  • The Function Of The Song Beijing Welcomes You By Ke Zhaolei

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    dynamics as well as keeping in mind the social, cultural and political roles that music falls into. The song “Beijing Welcomes You” is a chinese song composed by Ke Zhaolei for the 2008 Beijing olympics and features many different artists from Asia. This recorded piece of music is a representation of modern day chinese music as well as the incorporation of the Beijing culture. In the song “Beijing Welcomes You”, there is a clear distinction that the song is sung by both female and male artists based on

  • Environmental Issues Before / After Beijing 2008 Olympics

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    Environmental Issues Before/After Beijing 2008 Olympics “Beijing organized the 2008 Olympic Games with the slogan, “Green Olympics, Hi-tech Olympics and People’s Olympics”. This slogan illustrates the determination of the Chinese government to offer an environmentally friendly yet impressive Olympic event.The 2008 Olympics “helped shape and foster a greater environmental awareness among the public and was an opportunity to showcase China’s commitment to growing in an environmentally sustainable

  • Chinese Cultural Issues

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    local recipes are now found all over the world. Cultural activities, like the Temple Fair and the Lantern Festival (Chinese New Year) are special times for locals. Customs - Tipping is NOT part of the Chinese culture, haggling is normal. Beijing though which has many tourists and has become somewhat used to tipping. Greeting each other in China is by bowing or nodding. When addressing people use their title and surname. Acknowledge the oldest person first. In China you should avoid physical

  • Tourism : An Introduction To The Chinese Tourism

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    Hello,everyone! I’m the head of the Beijing tourism department, it’s my pleasure to introduce Beijing to you. As we all know, Beijing is the capital of China, it has been a modern city with the development of economy. Even now, it still has so many historic buildings to visit. Next I will introduce you. If you want to learn China, Beijing is the first choice. Beijing is not only the Chinese capital, but also has many places of interest. By visiting these places, you can be familiar with Chinese

  • Descriptive Essay About Forbidden City

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    Beijing is the capital of the People's Republic of China; Beijing is the nation's political, economic, and cultural center. Meanwhile, as one of the six ancient cities in China, Beijing has been the heart and soul of politics throughout its long history and consequently there is an unparalleled wealth of discovery to delight and intrigue travelers as they explore the city's ancient past and exciting modern development. Now it has become one of the most popular travel destinations in the world, with

  • Characteristics Of The Giant Panda

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    monkeys have multicolored fur. They spend a large majority of their lives in trees. Their diet consists of bamboo buds, tree needles, and fruits and leaves, They also have many chambers in their stomachs which helps with digestion. Plants native to Beijing Spine Cocklebur - Cockleburs can grow to a height of 20-47 inches. The leaves on these plans grow in spirals. The ends of the leaves are very prickly and sticky which means they can grab onto anything that brushes up against it and can be transported

  • My Experience Essay: My Trip To China

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    When I was on middle school, I spent my holiday vacation with my family to go to China. I went to some part of China such as Beijing, Luoyang, Shanghai and the others, but I only remembered the one in the Beijing mostly. I was really surprised that China got many cultures that I had not known before. These cultures include food, history and some local tradition. In this essay, I will tell my experience in China and some China’s culture that I have gotten in my trip. My journey start from Indonesia’s

  • Causes Of Air Pollution In China

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    Air Pollution In China Hazard Overview Air pollution in China is a growing environmental hazard that needs immediate attention in order to save the lives of millions of citizens. Air pollution in China is known to cause over one million premature deaths per year (Zhao et. al., 2017). The Chinese have become accustomed to days when a large fog like cloud covers many of the large cities to a point that the sun is no longer visible. The fog like substance is actually polluted air, and it has the ability