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education

women

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inequality

environment

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child labor

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Tibet (Dalai Lama, Tibetan, Tibetan Plateau, Lhasa, Buddhism)

Japan (WWII, Rape of Nanking, East China Sea)

one child policy (birth planning, overpopulation, abortion)

Taiwan ("anti-secession law", recognition, Democracy)

xinjiang

Three Gorges Dam

economy (capitalism, trade, industry, industrial, market economy, Hong Kong)

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    • Gale Global Issues in Context
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    • CultureGrams: China
      From the CultureGrams database.
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    • Britannica (Higher Level): China
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