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  • 請幫我糾正文法錯誤 part 2

    The Chinese Beiyang government permitted of to the foreigners so that the government could get money and weapon support to fight their rivals. Because the Beiyang government was too weak, the Beiyang government was decided by the imperialist foreign countries. Some Chinese scholars disagreed with the Treaty of Versailles settlement so they were called the “Shandong Problem”. Some scholars could not see this kind of situation so that they made the movement. Hsu and Chen had the same point of view for Mao Zedong who thinks about the May Fourth movement. Mao Zedong described this movement which was an “anti-imperialist and anti-feudal bourgeois-democratic revolution of China” and was based on the workers, students, and bourgeoisie (Hsu 510). Also, Mao performed that this movement was leaded by the intelligentsias and differed the point of view with Ch’en and Li Ta-chao. Also, Mao described the movement which had divided a line between the “old democracy” and the “new democracy” (Chen 66-67). The “old democracy” was controlled by the Chinese bourgeoisies and was struggled the Chinese culture between the bourgeoisie and the feudal class (Chen 66-67) before the movement. The “new democracy” was controlled by the Chinese proletariats who were the main force under the leadership of the Communist Party (Chen 66-67).

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  • 請幫我糾正文法錯誤 part 1

    May Fourth movement

    In 1911, Dr. Sum Yat-sen overthrew the Qing dynasty and established the Republic of China. This revolution made thousand of years of the powerful imperialism to the end and took China to the new era that the people had the political power. However, the Republic of China could not look at the situation that China was a fragmented nation and controlled under the warlords who had their own political powers and own private armies and more political power than the Beiyang government. When the Beiyang government had met the foreign problems, the government could not raise their hands to get their ideas.

    This movement began on May 4th, 1919 in Beijing so that the movement was called the May Fourth movement. There were over three thousand students of Peking University who stood in front of Tiananmen and held the exposition on May 4th. This movement was against the traditional Chinese cultural moral such as Confucianism. Teng describes that the May Fourth movement and coming out of the New Culture Movement were “anti-imperialist and anti-feudal” in nature (Li 146). Also, the conference of this movement wanted to say their anger and sad about the Beiyang government who could not protect the Chinese benefits. The Beiyang government wanted to stop this conference so that the government arrested many students. However, one student was died in this event. This movement was based on the college students and workers, craftsmen, businessman, and the other Chinese individuals. Also, the May Fourth movement influenced the change of the Chinese society that made the rise of the Communist Party.

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  • 幫我訂正英文 part 4

    Why did the Chinese men have the argument about foot-binding women during the 20th century?

    When you looked at the history of China, we have two dynasties which were not established by Han nation. That is the Yuan and Qing dynasties. Both nations were not take care too much about the rules. Both of them took about equality for men and women. The first reason is that Chinese men want to against the Manchu’s custom or culture because Manchu’s women were the nature feet to work. When Mongols and Manchus conquered China and established Yuan and Qing dynasties, Mackie improved difference between Chinese women and other barbaric women (Mackie 1001). Mackie used Blake’s idea that the nature feet of women trusted to have good health and fertility (Mackie 1001).

    Antithesis: the Chinese men wanted women bind their feet because the Chinese men had the sexual appetite bound feet of these women with large hips. Also, Pang pointed that the Chinese women have had a good marriage with bound feet more chance than nature feet of women (Pang 105).

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  • 幫我訂正英文 part 3

    Why did the Chinese men have the argument about foot-binding women during the 20th century?

    Thesis: the men did not want the women who had the foot-binding because these people got the Western education and studied abroad outside of China such as Kang Youwei. The footbinding was the barbaric custom to the foreigner. During the 20th century, the biggest women emancipation was May Fourth movement which helped women unbound their feet. These people were made by the college students in May Fourth movement. They advanced freedom and equality for women and country. Hong pointed that the May Fourth Movements reflected the Western theories which are brought democracy, equality and freedom for Chinese women (293). He described the anti-footbinding doubted Confucianism and spread the Chinese women social eyesight in society. Hong showed May Fourth movement gave the women future and new possibilities ways to go, but the movement could not cover all women of “physical, economic, cultural and political liberation” (291).

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