Hui Shi

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  • Resettling China's Ecological Migrants Summary

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    resettling of the Hui Muslims, from the Ningxia Hui stand out boldly. The first concept that stands out in this article is the moral panic that was created by the Chinese government. By using various reports that address climate change, the Chinese government created reports that targeted impoverished communities, convincing them that the land they were living on was unstable, and that they needed to move to new land that would make them rich. The Chinese government

  • Pascal 's Triangle And The Triangle

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    arithmetical triangle that is easy to construct and that gives the coefficients of the expansion of the algebraic expression expression (a + b)n for different integer values of n. Pascal’s Triangle was first discovered by Chinese mathematician, Yang Hui, and rediscovered 500 years later by the French mathematician, Blaise Pascal (1623-62). The Chinese mathematician, Chu Shih Chieh, depicted the triangle and indicated its use in providing coefficients for the binomial expansion of (a + b)n in his 1303

  • As Mentioned, The Chinese Muslims Are Different From Other

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    other Muslim minorities in other countries because they have another identity—they are ethnic minorities in China. In addition to their Islamic identity, their ethnic identity is also another cause of their violence towards the Han. Except for the Hui, all other Muslim ethnic groups are ethnically very different from the Han. Linguistically, six of them speak Turkish-Altaic language, two speak Mongolian, one speaks Iranian. Geographically, all of them dwell in the northwest of China for hundreds

  • The Qin Dynasty And The Chinese Empire Essay

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    the civilization of education, it created a strong bureaucratic system that limited feudal power and developed a cooperative population. Each Warring state followed a different political system, before it was conquered by Qin. The First Emperor, Qin Shi Huang, felt it was necessary to legitimize his power to unify the city states and for a cooperative population. In the Qin Dynasty, “the institution of emperor had a special meaning in China as the repository of imperial legitimacy” (Feng 2013, 249)

  • The Tang Dynasty : The Rise Of The Tang Empire

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    The Tang Dynasty is the most powerful dynasty, why and how did they become the most powerful dynasty? After the Anshi Rebellion broke out – the turning point of Tang Dynasty from prosperity to decline, the road started on its downhill path. The western regions were successfully controlled by the Tubo (Tibetan Empire), Uyghurs (Huihu) and the Karakhan Empire. With its prosperity, many boomtowns and market centers appeared along the Northern Route. In 702, the Protectorate General of Beiting was installed

  • Zombiess And Zombies In Movies, Comedy, Fiction And Fiction?

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    Nowadays, movie is the most entertainment to people. There is comedy, fiction and horror makes people to enjoy the life and stimulate them to find themselves. Many people may know that words are “zombies” and “vampires”. They are not only appear from movie and novel, they also show in games and toys shop. When you ask a kid likes zombies or vampires, he /she all can give you an answer. Why they are fashionable? For the following reasons zombies and vampires are so popular. First of all, “zombies”

  • Gun Control & Mentall Illness

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    discharged from correctional facilities and hospitals and expected to exist in society with no follow-up services to help them, this is a reflection of the poor knowledge society has about people with mental health issues (The Nation 4). Cho Seung Hui had a mental illness, and that he had been untreated for it despite repeated referrals to counseling services. The article

  • Mass Shootings : An Act Of Terrorism

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    Mass Shootings (Overview) Mass shootings have become a disturbing trend that is on the rise. They can happen in places like Sports stadiums, Clubs, Schools, shopping centers, movie theaters, and even concerts. A mass shooting can be committed by either an individual or an organization. In recent times terrorist groups have used the tactic of mass shootings to fulfill their political aim. A person who commits a mass shooting could be a terrorist or a random stranger. Ironically, some people can mistake

  • Safety And Violence In School Shootings

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    movies, and sensationalized on network TV. Although, mass shootings are rare, the TV and conversation coverage of the event tend to be attractive to people who suffer from feeling isolated or insignificant in the world. Such is the case of Seung Hui Cho, an angry and disturbed student, who shot to death 32 students and faculty of Virginia Tech University, and wounded 17 more before killing himself. This case study will analyze the massacre with the purpose in mind of understanding the “why” of

  • Understanding Violence: The Virginia Tech University Shootings

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    On April 16, 2007, Seung-Hui Cho, a 23-year-old college student, shocked the nation when he perpetrated the deadliest shooting massacre in U.S. history. The violent rampage took place on the Virginia Tech University campus in Blacksburg, Virginia, where Cho was a senior majoring in English. Before turning the gun on himself and delivering a fatal gunshot to the head, Cho murdered more than 30 of his classmates and University faculty; numerous others were injured. In a strange twist, several days