Tag Archives: Hong Kong

Ghosts in Chinese Films

Dolan Metcalf COR 330- Gods, Ghosts, and Ancestors Abstract Noonan   Character names and descriptions- When naming the characters, I tried to find something that either sounded “right” for the character or something that meant something. For example, Zeng and Lei were not named after anything in particular but they way the names sounded seemed […]

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Hong Kong Independence: Why Hong Kong Will Not Remain a Part of China

hong-kong-independence-slideshow My research topic is centered around the question, “Will Hong Kong secede from China by 2047”? What began as somewhat of a far-fetched idea, due to China’s current global standing and the reluctance of other nations to agitate its sensibilities, now does seem possible, even if not probable. There are many current events at […]

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Will Hong Kong Have Democratic Elections in 2020?

Cody Peters Sharing the Stage COR 330 14 The central thesis in my paper was: will Hong Kong have democratic elections in 2020? It is a timely thesis considering that Hong Kong just had the biggest protests in China since Tiananmen Square. The protests were organized in an effort to implement democracy in the city-state […]

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Censorship of Democracy in China by 2020

By the year 2020, what will the state of censorship over democracy be in China? China’s form of government, while officially Communist, actually functions with a mixture of aspects of Capitalism and Communism. This mixture is a delicate balance. One aspect that the Chinese Communist Party, the ruling party of the Chinese Government, has been […]

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