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A HARD BALANCE BETWEEN HISTORY AND ACTUALITIES

Started this discussion. Last reply by Valentine Olushola Oyedipe Oct 5, 2013. 1 Reply

The recent disputes on the seas around Asia, which consist of the conflicts on Diaoyu Island (called “Fishing Island” in English) between China and Japan, the South China Sea between China and…Continue

THE GREATEST CHALLENGE: IMBALANCE OF ECONOMY AND CLASH OF CIVILIZATION

Started this discussion. Last reply by Al LeBlanc Jan 1, 2015. 5 Replies

As the introduction I gave to the administrator just now, I’m an undergraduate student in School of International Study of Peking University, interested in ethical topics, this assay based on my…Continue

 

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undergraduate student
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I'm an undergraduate from School of International Study of Peking University. Having read the brief introduction of this contest, I'm really interested in the topic because it's suitable to my major perfectly and I have so many ideas that I can't wait to express. Besides, the New York City is attracting me all the time, if I can take this chance to go on a trip, it can not only broad my horizons but help me to practise my English as well. Therefore, I'd like to spare no effort to seize this opportunity.

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On Mixed marriage between Chinese and Vietnam

Posted on September 2, 2013 at 12:01am 0 Comments

Recently, there is a vexed topic about mixed marriage between Chinese man and Vietnam women extensively discussed in China. It is generally considered that the very mixed marriage is a result from the unbalanced level of development of the two countries, especially the low price of the wedding and bride. The tendency of trans-national However, we can easily discover two main problems behind this issue, which are the foundation as well as security of mixed…

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Solutions to the Disputes on the South China Sea

Posted on August 14, 2013 at 3:40am 0 Comments

Liu Yixuan, School of International Study, Peking University, 5th YiHe Yuan Road, Haidian District, Beijing City, China

 

Abstract: The recent disputes on the seas around Asia, which consist of the conflicts on Diaoyu Island (called “Fishing Island” in English) between China and Japan, the South China Sea between China and Philippines along with Vietnam, the Liancourt Islands…

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THE GREATEST CHALLANGE: IMBALANCE OF DEVELOPMENT AND CLASH OF CIVILIZATION

Posted on May 5, 2013 at 9:50am 0 Comments

As the introduction I gave to the administrator just now, I’m an undergraduate student in School of International Study of Peking University, interested in ethical topics, this assay based on my reading and thinking, trying to look at the ethical challenges from a view of new fruits of today’s international study.

First of all, please permit me to clarify my answer from the very beginning, the greatest ethical challenge facing the planet today is the imbalance of development across…

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