Chinese Essay Topics

Worth is or Not

Even though China’s economy develops so quickly, thousands of Chinese from the Fujian province of China risk their lives to enter the U. S. illegally each year in search of a better life, a gamble that may not be worth the risk. Most of the illegal Fujianese immigrants’ situations in the U. S. are a… View Article

Pearl Harbor

When we were asked to consider a question to answer, which would have been suitable for our personal study, I knew straight away that I would want to structure my question around Pearl Harbor. Since childhood, watching movies about Pearl Harbor always caught my attention. From most movies and books it seemed to me as… View Article

Chinese government

Ai WeiWei blurred the lines between the aesthetic and the political. According to the internet, aesthetic is defined as concerned with beauty or the appreciation of beauty. Ai WeiWei used art to “protest” against the Chinese government. Ai Weiwei was a creative man who thought of ideas how to represent the names of all the… View Article

Surviving influences with sense of self

Although many people tend to think that media and advertising are two of the worst culprits that are destroying good moral values, what is right and wrong has always been a subject of debate in history depending on who perceives it. The cowboys and the Indians both had reasons to live in the same territory… View Article

Chinese and European Civilizations

The histories of the Chinese and European civilizations are not separate histories. These civilizations have greatly influenced the course of the development of the societies in the world since the ancient times and in the modern geo-political landscape. Understanding the complexities of these societies and how these have developed into advanced models of human civilizations… View Article

Chinese chopsticks

In ancient times, the Chinese were far ahead of the rest of the world. They are credited with many important inventions like, paper and paper money, the umbrella, eye glasses, fireworks, woodblock printing, the magnetic compass, and some foods like noodles, rice, tea, and even ice cream. They invented chopsticks in the 11th century BC… View Article

Chinese language and literature

Chinese is a unique language. Anyone who learns it will find it difficult to really understand and master the language if he/she does not completely cast away the habits and concepts acquired from his/her mother tongue or other foreign languages. Chinese is a language of great international importance in the present world of globalization. Modern… View Article

Chinese religions

The Chinese like any other race, had their own conceptual perspective of things that they cannot fathom or explain. Like their contemporaries they tend to “simplify things” by trying to attribute the unexplainable to the supernatural. They try to look deeper into things, taking into consideration the physicality and spirituality of objects, be they animate… View Article

How China became Chinese

Jared’s Diamond’s “Guns, Germ and Steel” is an historical narrative that focuses on alternate explanations to the rise and fall of civilizations and the development of cultures and societies by tracing evolutions and nuances in world and human history dating as far back as 13,000 years ago to the present. It is an historical treatise… View Article

Dream and Reality in Chinese Literature

Myths and legends had always been a part of early Chinese literature. With the integration of Buddhism and spirituality into the culture, more fables on fantasy, dream and reality, and even spirits and ghosts, were produced as evident in writings from the six dynasties that ensued. The two tales discussed in this paper were written… View Article

Chinese thrilling economy

One of my Chinese class-fellow persuaded me to accept that China is emerging as a world super-power. He tried to convince by proving arguments that were based on misconceived notions. He also provides certain facts about Chinese thrilling economy, military might, its geo-strategic location. He further told me that China is capturing the world markets… View Article

Response Mc Graw-Hill

With respect to the topic about the role of perception in a conflict, I am going to relate this to my personal conflict with a neighbor in the community that I live. I experience this conflict when our neighbor reprimanded my brother in a humiliating twice in different times for the reason that the latter… View Article

Chinese Modernist fiction

Chinese Modernist fiction is very complicated in terms of imagery and literary expression used by the author, as well as in terms of dual or multiple meanings of the works, but in general they express the mood of the epoch. Mu’s stories are to great extent experimental and vary between purely proletarian fiction and ‘dialect’… View Article

Chinese culture

Chinese culture is known to value education as one of the most important things that you can have in the world. This historical importance of education in the Chinese culture dates back from the teachings of Confucius. China is also rich in great thinkers and philosophers, all having important contributions for China and in the… View Article

Chinese fiction

“No Longer Human” is a Japanese novel written by Osamu Dazai. It is considered as Dazai’s masterpiece and categorized as the second-best selling novel in Japan, whereas “To Live” was written by Yu Hua is a Chinese fiction. “No Longer Human” is describe as a labor of fiction, the novel is recited in the first… View Article