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  • The Importance Of My Life

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    caught to be sold within the local markets and perhaps even commercially. Nanping is also somewhat of a train station hub in China. There are three different railways going out of Nanping, so I would think I could have bought a train ticket for perhaps Fuzhou, which is a larger city in China, and looked for more work there or to some of the surrounding villages and worked on some of the local farms. While this is all after I would be out of the orphanage, I do think about how my childhood would have been

  • My Vacation Experience

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    The most incredible summer that I would never forget began on June 22, 2016. It was about 4:30 in the morning when my aunt and parents woke me up so we can catch our first flight at the Richmond International Airport. This was my first time in nine years that I could go back to China to visit my relatives and grandparents. On this trip, I was going with my Aunt Ying and my grandmother because my parents were too busy with work to take me. Unfortunately, when we arrived at the Richmond International

  • Xi Jinping : The Father Of Fuping Country

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    Background Xi Jinping is a native of Fuping County in Shaanxi province but was born in Beijing on 15 June 1953. Xi’s father, Xi Zhongxun, was a renowned revolutionary and a political leader of the country who was serving as the director of the Central Propaganda Department in Beijing when his son was born. Xi Zhongxun’s legacy looms large in CCP history, his contributions include the establishment of communist guerrilla bases in the northwestern China in the 1930s, fighting against the Japanese and

  • My Family Originated From China

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    My family originated from China. China is located in Southeast Asia, bordering India, Russia, Afghanistan, and other countries. China is the third largest country after Canada and Russia. However, China is the world 's most populated country with the population of 1.357 billion. The official language spoken in Mainland China is Mandarin. However, there are seven main dialects in China including Mandarin, Cantonese, Hakka, Wu, Min, Xiang, and Gan. The Chinese climate differs from region to region

  • The Korean War : The Forgotten War

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    The Korean War, also known as the “Forgotten War” began on June 25, 1950. On that day, about 75,000 soldiers from North Korean, with the help and advice from the Soviet Union, cross the 38th parallel. The 38th parallel is “the boundary between the Soviet-backed Democratic People’s Republic of Korea to the north and the pro-Western Republic of Korea to the south” (History.com). Within three days, the North Korean People’s Army was able to capture Seoul, the capital of South Korea. This invasion marked

  • Life Of My Grandmother

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    before and only heard her voices through the phone. I knew how important she was to my family because after all she's my grandma; however, I couldn't connect with her. She lived 7,739 miles across the world in the province in Fuzhou,China from me. I knew nothing about Fuzhou, China besides the fact that it was located in the southeast. On Tuesday, June 25th 2013, I made the journey to finally join her and experiences a completely different lifestyle. There I end up learning a valuable lesson that

  • The Pros And Cons Of Alcohol

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    Alcohol is the world’s fifth leading risk factor for disease burden; however, alcohol consumption among adults is still a critical public health concern around the world (WHO, 2015b). There are many studies investigated alcohol use among university students in developed countries, but it still lags far behind in low and middle-income countries. A most comprehensive study of 17,592 students from 140 campuses by Henry Wechsler, a professor at the College of Alcohol Study (CAS), the Harvard School of

  • Immigration Of The United States Essay

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    In the United States, when “illegal immigrants” are mentioned, the first thing that would come to most people’s mind is the word “Hispanic”, due to Mexico and the United States’ geographic proximity. However, in spite of the country often being referred to as a “melting pot”, few Americans ever think of where the rest of the people in the States originally came from. For this particular reason, this paper will be contributing to the understanding of immigration to the United States, specifically

  • How E-Commerce Has Become Vital to World Economics

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    Now e-commerce is become so vital to world’s economics. E-commerce is an vital driving force of the world economic growth. The development of modern logistics in e- commerce environment, made the logistics in the development of in validation, networking, smart direction. The logistics manufacturing in China happening late, not modern enough, controlling the development of e-commerce logistics in China. This article research base on the domestic and international study of e-commerce logistics, analyze

  • College Admission Essay: The Value Of Education

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    Being the product of immigrant parents, I’ve never taken education for granted. When my father was younger, he grew up in the countryside of Fuzhou. It was separate from the rest of China in that laws, such as those limiting the number of children a family could have, and an a proper education system didn’t apply. Where he was from, they grew what they ate and ate what they grew, living day to day. When he came to America, he didn’t speak a lick of English and struggled to receive the education needed