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  1. 1. CHINA<br />Michelle Hilliard<br />Team 6<br />CR 1<br />flagspot.net; blog.chinatraveldepot.com<br />
  2. 2. CHINESE GOVERNMENT<br />The Communist Party of China (CPC) is the party in power in the country. The CPC has both central and local organizations. At the top is the Central Committee and, while when it is not in session, the Political Bureau and its Standing Committee exercise the power of the Central Committee. <br />China’s system of local government is divided into four tiers: provinces, prefectures, counties, and townships. <br />China.org.cn; www.mlit.go.jp; dalailamafilm.com; <br />
  3. 3. The Communist Party of China<br />HuJintao was born in the city of Jiangyan, central Jiangsu Province, on December 21, 1942. <br />1964 – joined the Chinese Communist Party, just as the Cultural Revolution was being born.<br />1974 – became the Secretary of the Construction Department of Gansu.<br />1980 – became Deputy Director of the Gansu Ministry of Construction. <br />1985 – became provincial governor of Guizhou. <br />1988 – promoted once more to Party Chief of the restive Tibet Autonomous Region.<br />1993 – appointed the leader of the Secretariat of the Central Committee and the Central Party School.<br />1998 – became Vice President of China<br />2002 – became Party General Secretary (President)<br />asianhistory.about.com; chinadigitaltimes.net<br />HuJintao<br />General Secretary of the CPC Central Committee<br />
  4. 4. CHINESE LAWS<br />The Chinese Criminal Law takes the concept of Marxism, Leninism and Mao Zedong as its guide. <br />Article 28 of the Constitution stipulates that "The State maintains public order and suppresses treasonable and other counter-revolutionary activities; it penalizes acts that endanger public security and disrupt the socialist economy and other criminal activities, and punishes and reforms criminals".<br />Tiananmen Square Massacre – June 4, 1989<br />lectlaw.com; trendsupdates.com<br />
  5. 5. CHINESE LAWS cont’d<br />Under the Minors Protection Law, “minors” are defined as citizens less than eighteen years old.<br />The civil law of China provides that people above eighteen years old and those from sixteen to eighteen who make a living on their own have full civil conduct capacity. <br />People aged from ten to eighteen have limited capacity of civil conduct, and may only engage in civil activities appropriate to the age range and intellect. <br />People under ten years old have no civil conduct capacity.<br />loc.gov; chineselaw.biz; news.bbc.co.uk<br />
  6. 6. CHINESE ECONOMY<br />China is the fourth largest country in the world in terms of area, spanning 5,500 km from north to south and 5,000 km east to west. It shares borders with 14 other countries. Though it has the largest population in the world, China is liberating and opening up its economy at a phenomenal pace. Capitalism has taken particularly firm root among residents of urban areas.<br />The tradeoff of China’s remarkable economic growth, however, has been emerging problems of economic disparity between urban and rural areas and the widening gap between the affluent and the poor. Furthermore, the western inland regions have lagged behind the eastern coastal regions in levels of economic development and urbanizations, and the income gap between the two continues to broaden.<br />mlit.go.jp; guardian.co.uk<br />
  7. 7. CHINESE ECONOMIC MEASURES<br />China will work to introduce financial institutions to another 500 villages and towns that currently have no financial services establishments in them<br />Those first building financial institutions in rural areas where financial services are not available will get priorities in the fields including preferential access to the local financial market and lower requirements in operating capital and supervisory standards<br /><ul><li>China will cut or completely eliminate tariffs on 33 commodities, ranging from fuel to textiles.
  8. 8. In an effort to restructure the country's economy, the Chinese government has vowed to expand imports while stabilizing exports over the coming five years</li></ul>english.gov.cn; english.peopledaily.com; shutterstock.com; etftrends.com<br />
  9. 9. CHINESE CULTURE<br />China boasts a wide variety of arts and crafts renowned for excellent workmanship. <br />Special arts and crafts, a combination of precious or special materials, elaborate design and process, are elegant and graceful. <br />Jade carving craftsmen, ingeniously match the shape of the craft-piece to that of the jade, fully displaying the glory of nature. <br />Jingtai cloisonné enamel, well known at home and abroad, gets its name from the fine blue glaze variety produced during the Jingtai reign of the Ming Dynasty. <br />China boasts more than 300 kinds of traditional opera, mainly using singing and dancing to express the plot.<br />At present, thousands of plays are performed on the stage every year, adding variety to people's cultural life. <br />english.gov.cn; china.org<br />
  10. 10. REFERENCES<br />Structure of the State. (n.d.) Retrieved June 25, 2011, from China.org.cn website. http://www.china.org.cn/english/features/state_structure/64401.htm<br />Country Profile. (n.d.) Retrieved June 25, 2011, from Ministry of Land, Infrastructure, Travel and Tourism (Japan) website. http://www.mlit.go.jp/kokudokeikaku/international/spw/general/china/index_e.html<br />The Central People’s Government of the People’s Republic of China. (n.d.) Retrieved June 25, 2011, from the Central People’s Government of the People’s Republic of China website. http://english.gov.cn/2007-10/22/content_923081.htm<br />Culture. (n.d.) Retrieved June 25, 2011, from Chinese Government’s Official Web Portal website. http://english.gov.cn/2006-02/08/content_182615.htm<br />People’s Republic of China’s Criminal Justice System. (n.d.) Retrieved June 25, 2011, from The ‘Lectric Law Library website. http://www.lectlaw.com/files/int10.htm<br />Children’s Rights: China. (n.d.) Retrieved June 25, 2011, from The Law Library of Congress website. http://www.loc.gov/law/help/child-rights/china.php<br />China Aims to Establish Financial Services to 500 More Villages, Towns. (June 23, 2011). Retrieved June 25, 2011 from Chinese Government’s Official Web Portal website. http://english.gov.cn/2011-06/23/content_1891324.htm<br />China to Cut Import Tariffs on 33 Commodities. (June 25, 2011). Retrieved June 25, 2011 from People’s Daily Online website. http://english.peopledaily.com.cn/90001/90778/90862/7420439.html<br />HuJintao Biography. (n.d.) Retrieved June 25, 2011, from the About.com website. : http://asianhistory.about.com/od/profilesofasianleaders/p/HuJinTaoProfile.htm<br />
  11. 11. PHOTO REFERENCES<br />flagspot.net<br />blog.chinatraveldepot.com<br />mlit.go.jp<br />dalailamafilm.com<br />chinadigitaltimes.net<br />trendsupdates.net<br />chineselaw.biz<br />news.bbc.co.uk<br />guardian.co.uk<br />shutterstock.com<br />etftrends.com<br />english.gov.cn<br />china.org<br />

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