Birthing policy in the People’s Republic of China has been primarily responsible for many of the current demographic trends that shape the Chinese population. Such trends revolve around the application of social welfare and overall economic growth strategies on population dynamics. Healthcare and education policies continue to change as demographics change. In china the one-child policy has contributed to most changes in social policies.
The prospects of another cold war have always been in the wind with the rise of China a tiger and communist based nation. The lessons from the past on cold war and the imminent danger of recurrence have always been a major issue (Brzezinski, 13-14).
Before China initiated the economic reforms 35 years ago, the policies of a planned economy led to the sustenance of an economy that was poor and largely stagnant. The economic policies upheld by the nation were by large ineffective in the substance of the country.
Taoism or Daoism is a religion of the Chinese origins built based on harmonious living with the way or Tao. Tao represents the way or the force or principles that are also found in the other religions or the Chinese decent (Lee, 597-612). Tao is more than a way and path in the Daoism. It also denotes the source or the push behind all aspects in existence.
The conventional term of enlightenment was not universal in the 18th century. The period witnesses many attempts by all the people to create their own contraptions of enlightenment.