Japan and China Essay

Submitted By megmega
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To achieve this goal, I have organized my paper into four sections, two of which have sub sections. In the first section, I provide an account of three important events in 20th century agricultural history: housing, education, work experiences, and assimilation. In the second section , I discuss 20th century immigration handbooks in connection with the important events described in the first section. I end my paper with a third section that offers research questions that could be answered in future versions of this paper and conclude with a fourth section that discusses the importance of expanding this particular project. I also include an appendix after the works cited that contains images of the three handbooks, however, I need to provide a historical context in which the books and websites were written, and it is to this that I now turn Two groups that I will discuss about Japanese immigrants and Chinese immigrants and how their experiences differ. From the 1776s until now, the Japanese immigrants and Chinese immigrants share many similar as well as different experiences. Both Asia groups are force to become Americanized. The Japanese and Chinese immigration groups dealt with many hardships such as housing, education, assimilation, treatment, and work experiences. Four reasons why China is continue to take place of the United States. China's education is becoming more advanced than America's education due to these four reasons. The first reason that Chinese students do better than American students because they work harder, and not like children in the United States, spend more time in school. For example, in China, the students arrive in school at 6:30 in the morning for extra tutoring and start class at 7:30 in the morning. At 11:20 they go home for lunch and return to school from 2:00 through 5:00 PM. Included every night, weekends, they are given homework. Even during their eight weeks summer vacation they do assignments every day for at least two hours. In contrast, American students spend only 900 hours a year in school. The second reason that teachers are respected and get suffering more because they hold education in such high regard. In twenty years ago when there were no colleges. Now, there have universities. In the United States, teachers are treated in respect and justice. Many educators, especially in New York City are not paid very well, and are even subjected to neglect from some students. More than that, schools all over the City saw an increase in budget cuts in twelve years ago, result in loses of after school programs, music and art classes, supplies, jobs, and school closings.

The third reason that Chinese students have no excuse for failure, and believe that those who get the best grades are the most hardworking. This means that the students who complete any assignments they are given put the most effort. Most Americans said that the best students are the one who are innately more intelligent, this meaning those who always answer questions during class are the one that are likely to pass. The fourth reason that how the Chinese complain about the practices of their education. This has resulted in vast improvements to things like persuade and fees to get into good schools, huge classes of 50 to 60 people, poor quality equipment, and not very good universities. China is the world’s third largest country by land size and part of the continent of Asia. It is the world’s largest country by population. China has almost one-fifth of the world is total population. China has great places to visit such as Mount Everest and the Great Wall of China. China is socialist country ruled by the Communist Party. There are many languages use in China, but the main language is Mandarin which is spoken and used fluently by about 53 percent of the country. Other important languages in China include Cantonese. Since China is