Essays & Research Reports on the History of Asia

  • Origami
    Origami (折り紙, from ori meaning "folding", and kami meaning "paper"; kami changes to gami due to rendaku) is the traditional Japanese art of paper folding, which started...
  • A Study of Chunese Coins
    A STUDY OF CHINESE COINS Abstract The aim of this paper is to study the ancient Chinese coins, which were found in Sri Lanka. There are records of Chinese coins in Sri Lanka...
  • Li Bai Poem Analysis
    Dialogue in a Mountain You ask me why I live among the hills green, I smile without reply, my heart serene. Peach blossoms flow away with running streams. It’s a world...
  • Groups or Teams What Is the Difference?
    Groups or Teams What is the Difference? LaNise L. Heath Group Behavior in Organizations MGT 415 Prof Vera L. Davis, MPA, MATD December 20, 2010 Groups or...
  • Western Han Era
    Western Han Dynasty, also named the Former Han Dynasty, was established by Emperor Gaozu - Liu Bang in 202 BC, with Chang'an (Xian today) as its capital city. Historians...
  • Muslim Ummah

    ECONOMIC PROGRESSION OF MUSLIM UMMAH In the current global environment, strength and power potential of any country or region is directly associated to its, economic...

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  • Nalleppilly Demographics

    As of 2001 India census, Nalleppilly had a population of 13839 with 6704 males and 7135 females.[1] It was part of Cochin state before independence. Originally it was ruled...

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  • Nation Building

    Southeast Asia Reading Seminar Professor Eric Jones Tuesday, October 13, 2009 Michelle Mason The Meaning of Nation for Citizens through Language The concept and...

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  • Nationalism in India

    Gandhi is viewed today by the high school educated individual as a hero for his nonviolent methods in resisting the British Imperial government and a prophet of peace for...

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  • Need for the Enactment of the Regulating Act of 1773

    (1.1) Conditions prior to the act of 1773 The conditions or the state of places like Bihar, Bengal and Orissa was the main reason for which the regulating act was...

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  • Ni-Huanzhi

    Ye Shengtao is an important writer in modern Chinese literary history. His keen interest and passion in education and literature make him an outstanding modern Chinese...

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  • Note from Steve

    Steve Williams March 4 2010 Dr. E. Cook Book Review # 3 History of Alabama Author Jack Welsh Two Confederate Hospitals and Patients...

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  • Parenting

    The history of the Maldives is as mysterious as the country itself. The moving hand of time has made it difficult to separate facts from legend, but has historical evidence...

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  • Partition of India

    For over three hundred years the Indian subcontinent was tightly managed a Western superpower. Following World War II, England was simply unequipped with the...

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  • Poop

    ENDANGERED SPECIES REPORT DUE Friday, April 9-10th We have been reading about the environment, pollution, and endangered species in class. You will choose an...

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  • Pop Culture

    of 1830s Clothing * all clothing had to be sewed by hand by the women. * didn’t have many clothes, one outfit for every day of the week. * some ordered...

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  • Himalaya
    The Himalaya Range or Himalaya Mountains : usually called the Himalayas or Himalaya, is a mountain rangeimmediately to the north of the Indian subcontinent. By...
  • Poverty

    Poverty Alleviation in Pakistan POVERTY ALLEVIATION IN PAKISTAN By Dr. Akmal Hussain VANGUARD All rights reserved. No part of this publication may be reproduced...

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  • Practice Dbq

    Religious Attitudes and Traditions from 600 B.C.E. to 600 C.E. – DBQ There is 1 main similarity and 1 main difference in the documents given. There’s the similarity of...

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  • Project Managment

    GOOD LUCK GOOD LUCK 12)What do you call some one who is usually calm? 12)What do you call some one who is usually calm? 10)Who is your closest friend?Why do you get...

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  • Qutab Minar

    is an exquisite example of Indo-Islamic Afgan architecture. Mughals used to build victory towers to proclaim and celebrate victories. This tower also said as a...

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  • Translation
    OUTLINE Abstract Key Words I. Introduction II. Overview of Public Signs 2.1 Definition of Public Signs 2.2 Categorization of...
  • Racial and Ethnic Groups

    ETH/125 Racial and Ethnic Groups The following is a summary of Mexican American, Puerto Rican American, Central/South American, and Cuban...

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  • Rammohun Roy's Memorial to the Supreme Court

    In 1823, Thomas Munro , Governor-General of Madras, brought into force regulations which sought to restrict press freedom by stating that; a daily or periodical paper...

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  • Red Army

    Hope As the song goes, “Without the Communist Party, there would have been no New China.” The same may be said for the Red Army: without the dedicated Red Army...

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  • Mongols
    DBQ: Attitudes Toward the Mongols Mongol invaders from the Central Asian steppe burst into relevance in the 1200s C.E. Driven by their leader, Genghis Khan, to conquer the...
  • Mongol Empire
    Sean Turner and Jerry Ferguson Mongols: From Nomads to a Feared Empire. The Mongols are arguably the best conquerors the world has ever seen. Through brutal military...
  • Notes
    notes Pastoral nomads are producers of food, and the size of their tribal or ethnic units increases accordingly. These groups raise... Rate This Answer Pastoralists or...
  • Referencing

    THE CHICAGO MANUAL OF STYLE REFERENCING SYSTEM Dissertation writers need a referencing system whereby other works can be referred to briefly in the text so as not...

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  • Regulating Act

    By 1773 the East India Company was in dire financial straits. The Company was important to Britain because it was a monopoly trading company in India and in the east and...

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