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Comparing China, the West and Global Industrialization
A look at China's place in global industrialization.
# 143336 | 1,000 words | 5 sources | MLA | 2009 | US
Published on Dec 01, 2009 in Asian Studies (East Asian Cultures)

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This paper analyzes the current dominance of China in terms of global industrialization. It further suggests that no one should be surprised about this. The paper further contends that China was at least as innovative and progressive as England in the Eighteenth century. However, the paper notes that comments in some readings seem to fault various historians for being literally "culturally snobbish" in maintaining Europe's dominance.

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"China- that huge land mass we used to think of in connection with the Great Wall, the Long March, the Red Guards, Kung Fu and Jackie Chan, feng shui and chow mein. Now, it has become a super-power, outstripping India in Asia and on its way to becoming the world's leading industrial power. Two events on TV news this past week quickened the perception weeks of classroom readings and discussions have brought to mind: NBC News showed a group tour of Chinese millionaires touring major American cities, looking to buy homes. Money was no object. Location (near "good schools" for example) was. The other news item was a stark reminder of how the U.S. has..."

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