Essays & Research Reports on the History of Asia

  • Vietnam War History
    Sometime between 200 B.C. and A.D. 200, the intermingling of the Red River Delta's early inhabitants resulted in a distinct Vietnamese people. Virtually from the outset...
  • Vietnam
    The country is approximately 331,688 square kilometers. The topography consists of hills and densely forested mountains, with level land covering no more than 20 percent...
  • History of the Tibetan Genocide
    For 48 years, China has occupied Tibet. In Tibet's history, there has been over 17 percent of the Tibetan people killed, and 6,000 monasteries ruined. For starters...
  • Confucianism
    Matthew Swift THA 379 Dr. Etling Confucianism The teachings of Confucious revolve around living a viruous life. In his view a world in which everyone holds...
  • The Mongolian Wedding
    Stanley Stewart's "From the Empire of Genghis Khan" is a highly inspiring travel writing filled with hilarious plots vividly portrayed in chronological, fully-detailed...
  • Director General

    BIOLOGY Q1. The process of Transcription is involved in the ? (a) Conversation of RNA & DNA (b) Movement of RNA from nucleus (c) Formation of RNA & DNA (d) None of...

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  • What If China Discovered America?
    During the 15th century, the Chinese had one of the most advanced naval fleets known to man. As a result, China was able to establish many trade routes to places such...
  • Dowry as a Problem

    World Literature +ib english Thematic unity in Structural diversity. Different people from distant cultures placed centuries apart need not speak the same languages or...

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  • Dragon's Village

    Dragon’s Village Paper In The Dragon’s Village, Yuan-Tsung Chen recounts her experiences as a...

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  • Not Just a Rising Sun:
    America is a Country based on diversity and immigration of many cultures creating a melting pot people from all over the world living together in freedom. The Asian American...
  • Duan Wu Festival

    Duan wu Festival ,also called “Double Fifth Day” “Duan Yang” “Tian Zhong Jie” “Xia Jie” “Dragon Boat Festival” and so on, is celebrated on the fifth day...

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  • Eco and Asia

    Economics as a discipline has always fascinated me, understanding the forces that affect the world around us is an ever present and inherent part of thoughts that occupy...

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  • Economics

    April Rose Juanitas BSIS Japan Public Still Divided as 2 Reactors to Be Opened TOKYO — Brushing aside widespread public opposition to avoid feared electric power...

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  • Origin of the Triads
    Although in modern times, the Triads are mostly associated with criminal activity, they originated as mutual support organizations for people at the bottom of the social...
  • Economics

    Ethics in business are critical to the longevity of the business, it would make no sense to provide inferior products or make extravagant claims about the furniture or the...

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  • Education in Karnataka Through the Ages

    Vocational Education In ancient and medieval India, the caste determined a particular vocation. Each person of a particular caste followed his or her family profession...

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  • Ekek

    University of Makati J.P. Rizal Extension West Rembo Makati City COLLEGE OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION BACHELOR OF SCIENCE IN OFFICE MANAGEMENT OM110: LEADERSHIP...

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  • English

    八年级上册 Unit 1 How often do you exercise? I. 单项选择。 1. — How often ______ she exercise? — Twice a week. A. do      B...

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  • Ethnic Groups and Discrimination

    Asian Americans originally came to the United States as immigrants. Many of the asian citizens were seeking a better life for themselves...

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  • Examining the Cultural Revolution Through Biographies

    Does a biographical approach limit historical understanding? Throughout history, humans have found hundreds of ways to record the current events of their time so it may...

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  • Explain the Main Reasons for the Outbreak of Protests at Tiananmen Square of 1989.

    Explain the main reasons for the outbreak of protests at Tiananmen Square of 1989. The Tiananmen Square Protests of 1989 was an exhibition of support from the civilians of...

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  • Fiction Story

    Kamran Paracha Yangtze River The longest river in Asia which flows from the glaciers on the Tibetan Plateau  and through China before emptying into the China before East...

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  • Food

    KINE 4360-0001 – Nutrition Department of Kinesiology Our Lady of the Lake University Spring 2016 I: GENERAL INFORMATION Class Instructor: Claudia Voges...

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  • For Mumbai Business

    Mumbai, Maharashtra is the entertainment, fashion and commercial centre of India having nominal GDP of $278 Billion (till Oct 15 from 2014). It is also one of the world's top...

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  • Gandhi

    A3: Nationalism and Independence in India, c. 1900-49 The Morley-Minto Reforms 1909 The reforms were brought about by the Secretary of State for India, John Morley...

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  • Genghis Khan Yata

    Casual Argument Nate Leese Harmony through fierce means Genghis Khan, arguably one of the most influential leaders...

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  • Global Rhodiola Rosea P.E Industry 2015 Market Research Report

    Summary The Global Rhodiola rosea P.E Industry 2015 Market Research Report is a professional and in-depth study on the current state of the Rhodiola rosea P...

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  • Global Stem Cell Therapy Industry Market Research Report 2015

    Global Stem Cell Therapy Industry Market Research Report 2015 Global Stem Cell Therapy Industry Market Research Report 2015 If you have a need or any question...

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  • Cannibalism
    Cannibalism; dating earliest back to the British colonies, was saw as a form of war tactic, or a practice of religion (Arson 1). Though as a form of religion, it was...
  • Chinese Empire: Ming Dynasty
    The Chinese Empire was large and controlled most of Asia at one point in time. One of the dynasties that ruled the empire was the Ming Family. Ruling from 1368-1644, almost...
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