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Essay Plans - "The Future of Asia" and "Japan"

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Introduction

ESSAY OUTLINE : THE FUTURE OF ASIA Introduction: What is Asia? The factor of unity among Asian countries. Mention names of the countries. * Integration among different Asian nations that are woven together economically and politically. * Asian countries are committed to advancement in various fields such as trade, science technology and education. * Asian leaders meet periodically to discuss issues of importance and progression. The idea is to seek the co-operation of several countries to aid each other in trying times. * Economic development through a network of business that involves co-operation of Asian countries. * To promote peace and stability among nations. Para 1 : Economic Progression * Commitment of China and Japan in fostering ties with each other to build an East Asia community involving China, Japan and South Korea to develop a co-operative framework involving regional, political, security and social issues. * The South Asian countries will need to adjust their trade and economic policies and build better relations to avoid being crushed by bigger market rulers like China and India. ...read more.

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The idea is to have a 16 nation framework by involving the US. * Recently visits by the Japanese and Chinese leaders to each other's country have helped to resolve disputes and strengthen bilateral ties. * Political upheaval in Thailand is a major concern for the ASEAN. Para 3 : Commodities , security and the environment * In order to deal with uncertainty in the Middle East, the Asian countries have decided to share their oil reserves. Japan and South Korea have facilities for storing oil, and China and India are moving toward securing reserves. This will help reduce the dependency on the Middle East. * The creation of a multilateral security framework such as an Organization for Security is being proposed to counter the growing threat of terrorism and weapons of mass destruction as well as the spread of organized crime. * The proposal to reduce emissions of global warming gases is in the pipeline for discussion and the Asian countries have been actively involved in speeding up forestation projects. ...read more.

Conclusion

* Traditional clothing: kimono. Still worn for special occasions, such as the Shichi-go-san (Seven-five-three) ceremony (a time when parents pray for the health of their children) and the New Year. A lightweight, informal kimono known as yukata is worn by children and young adults at summer festivals, fireworks, and other special occasions. * Traditional dwelling: A typical Japanese house does not involve furniture like chairs or beds. You sit and sleep on the floor using cushions and futon bedding. Also add tatami mats, paper screen doors -fusuma/shoji and the guest room -zashiki. Para 3 and 4 : Modern culture and technology * Introduction of classical music from the West. * Japanese cinema advances to other country-eg: Ju-On popularity, awards, film festivals etc. * Japanese anime - comic books * Literature: emergence of modern authors * Economic and Industrial advancement -technology giants like Toyota, Fujifilm, Sony etc. * ASIMO the humanoid robot developed by Honda. * Automated cars and highly developed transport system. Conclusion: : Japan has bridged the gap between traditional and modern cultural aspects and yet retained a balance to uphold its diversity and integrity and thereby has become one of the fastest developing nations in the world. ...read more.

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