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Creative Destruction and Manipulation: The Metamorphosis of China's Rare Earth Elements Industry
This paper will attempt to bring together a history of rare earth elements, in general terms but more importantly in the case of the Chinese industry, as well as current events reporting, analysis, and forecasting. This ...
Kung Fu Struggles : How Martial Arts Films Continue to Perpetuate East Asian Stereotypes in the US
The martial arts films that were analyzed in this paper have shown that East Asian and African American stereotypes are perpetuated. The concepts of mysticism, revenge, honor and dishonor have all been presented in ways ...
Comfortably Out of Place : Living as a Foreigner in Japan
The author explores her experience with the Japanese attitude to foreigners during her study abroad at the Japan Center for Michigan Universities in Shiga Prefecture. She concludes “I was not simply a person to anyone I ...
Friend or Food : An Examination of Western Orientalism and its Effect on China's Relationship with Dogs
The author focuses on how the human relationship with dogs has developed differently over time in the West and China, how the West has always presented Chinese tradition in an Orientalist, biased light, and how recently, ...