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The Uprising of China



                                  Dr. Janice Yu, TutorChinese, June 22, 2009



China, the world’...
Nevertheless, the inland and the coastal provinces are being severed in


waves of development. Newly constructed industri...
Dr. Janice Yu, is a senior e-learning analyst of TutorChinese with focus on


online language education research. She is a...
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The Uprising Of China

Facing the uprising power of China is ineluctable nowadays, and this essay clearly tells you how and why China's power uprised.

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The Uprising Of China

  1. 1. The Uprising of China Dr. Janice Yu, TutorChinese, June 22, 2009 China, the world’s most populous country, has emerged as a regional economic power in East Asia despite the current financial downturn. And its outlook to be a powerful player in the business market worldwide is also a phenomenon catching attention from surrounding nations. As the trend of globalization evoked the transition from communism to capitalism in China after the reform in the early 1980s, China witnessed changes in all the professional fields. People no longer take state-run economy as the only way of gathering fortune, the rise of middle-class gives the market a vitality that is never experienced previously. For the Chinese people who grew up after the Cultural Revolution, they had a hard time understanding how the communist ideology had shaped the Chinese society. Chinese people now realized that development and modernization are their real way out. And upward growing in business profits can guarantee them better life and more prosperous economy.
  2. 2. Nevertheless, the inland and the coastal provinces are being severed in waves of development. Newly constructed industrialize zones along the sea and ocean enjoyed much more rapid growth and their swift pace left the inlanders far behind in terms of living standards. This increasing gap of the wealthy and the poor proves to be a major economic concern for the Chinese society nowadays. The dissimilitude can unbalance the business framework and cause people to suffer injustice in the time to come. Therefore, education, especially distant education, may provide a solution to the poverty-stricken countryside. As long as people received information widely from outside as the computer revolution kept China abreast with the world, we can foresee that in the near future, China will become much more advanced in its influence around the world. Biography
  3. 3. Dr. Janice Yu, is a senior e-learning analyst of TutorChinese with focus on online language education research. She is also a news editor of the Government Information Office in Taiwan. Previously she wrote columns on international politics and economy in the Central Daily News. In 1998, Yu was a Jefferson Fellow at the East-West Center in Hawaii and she won the 1999 Distinguished Women Journalist Award from Friends of the East-West Center Foundation. Yu completed her PhD at the University of Iowa and served as a news editor at the China Television Company. Yu has published around 30 books.

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