This paper discusses cultural factors, etiquette, and political and economic issues important for foreign business people conducting business in China.
Discussion of the political factors that fueled the post-1949 Chinese American conflict.
Examines the way the Chinese government uses the media to exert control over its population.
Discusses and compares the changes in the Korean woman’s status with that of the Indian woman’s status.
Analysis of why India has failed to become an economic super power since its independence.
Looks at the viability of opening a business in Japan as a means of foreign investment.
Discusses the position of the author of “Discovering History in China” that American historians need to take a more China-centered approach to studying Chinese history.
This paper compares and contrasts the experience of Asian Indian immigrants with that of other ethnic groups.
Discusses Buddhism and Buddhist art in Vietnam.
Discusses the possible advantages and disadvantages to the people of China if China were to join the WTO.