greater exposure to Southeast Asian, European and American culture and media.3.4 Alcoholic drinks in Vietnam Home-made alcoholThis kind of alcohol is very popular in Vietnam. It is normally made by a great number of households in the countryside and widely consumed by the majority of people, especially those in the countryside or with low income.The total production of this type of alcoho
or a person.3. Shamanism (샤마니즘, 무속)A religious phenomenon centered on the shaman; an ecstatic figure believed to have power to heal the sick and to communicate with the world beyond. The term applies primarily to the religious systems and phenomena of the northern Asian, Ural-Altaic (e.g., Mansi, Khanty, Samoyed, Tungue), and Pale0-Asian (eg., Yukaghir, Chukchi, Koryak) peoples.
East, India, and China) and development of ties with new partner Putin were supported by a special policy of promoting their interests, with state-controlled and private businesses establishing ties in nearly all countries.FailuresRussia had no ability to become a global leader in lifestyle, culture and arts. In this sphere Russias foreign policy is lagging far behind many other countries, whi
East Asian Savings. Review of International Economics, 16:–498. doi:0.1111/j.1467-9396.2008.007414. IMF WEO database (2010.4)5. e.g., Kraay and Ventura (2005) on the link between asset bubbles and the current account6. OECD (2005) and IMF (2005a).7. Alan Ahearne, William R. Cline, Kyung Tae Lee, Yung Chul Park, Jean Pisani-Ferry and John Williamson, Global Imbalance: Time for Action, Washin
부제 : introductionnation and nationalism in the greater east asia co-prosperity spherethe issue of the greater east asia co-prosperity sphere as dealt with in japanese post-1945 east asian studieshierarchies of the east asian nationsthe cGreater East Asia Co-Prosperity Sphere after the end of the war. Against the backdrop of the Japanese reappearance in Southeast Asian countries after the war and the normalization of Korean-Japanese diplomatic relations, these scholars continued the
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부제 : transformations and residues in greater east asian co-property sphere국문초록Ⅰ. ‘서양’ 중심의 일본제국주의에서 “대동아 공영권”의 제국일본으로Ⅱ. 제국주의의 ‘박람회’에서 제국의 1940년대 초 일본은 “대동아 공영권론”에 기반하여 통치범위를 아시아 블록 전체로 확장하고, 각 지역을 포섭/관리하는 시스템을 구축하기 시작한다. 그에 따라 식민지배의 방식도 “차