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With the influx of immigrants from China to Canada, issues have been raised focusing on the cultural sharing as well as identifying. Against different culture, environment such as language and lifestyle, and under the background of various oppress and discrimination, seeking  identify then became the main goals of immigrants during the process of struggling into the mainstream society. From the perspective of post-colonialism, as two major conflicts in the post-colonial period, oppression and discrimination can be viewed as two aspects in the discussion of the novel ‘The Jade Peony’ as follow.

 

Chinese Canadians in Vancouver’s Chinatown have long been viewed as lower class by the white higher class or middle class from which they suffer oppression a lot. They usually do hard work with the lowest pay and even no pay. In ‘The Jade Peony’, ‘Thousands came in the decades before 1923, when on July 1st the…Dozens went mad; many killed themselves.’ According to the description, it seems that higher class mean to forbid people of lower class to get better jobs and drive them nuts in various ways. What a harsh living condition they lead! Mad men and death bodies only appeal to the condition of oppression and inequity. ‘“Fifteen cents,” Wong Suk proudly announced. It was the Depression. Fifteen cents was equal to an hour of bachelor-man labour.(choy29 )’ The above description shows the hard condition of Chinese Canadians. It can be seen obviously that higher class oppress the lower class a lot that make them having no secure job, no regular salary, not mention promising them to feed their wife and children. Canadians oppress Chinese Canadians on income, which makes Chinese Canadians’ life in Canada become worse and worse. ‘“I’m going on the Empress steamship this afternoon,” I heard him say. “I’m going back to China with the bone shipment.” ’,Since the uncle Wang has to get back to China for unequal treatment(unqualified identity document) , it is obvious to see he has not get the same treatment and status as Canadian since he is not accepted as Canadian citizen. No matter how much they contribute to Canada, they still not granted Canadian citizenship, and they can’t get equal treatment. As the Chinese old saying goes, “oppression is accompanied by resist”, Chinese Canadians have been oppressed for so long that they eager to fight for equality, and then in The Jade Peony, people in Chinatown always try to improve their social status.

 

 

Also discrimination native Canadians give to Chinese immigrants making it hard for the latter to be members of mainstream society. Both the Canadian government and its public have made a series of ways to exclude Chinese which give Chinese immigrants a harsh time. ‘One careless word—perhaps because a mo no girl or a mo no boy was showing off…Then certain “family” members would disappear. House holds would be broken up. Jobs would be lost. Jail and shame and suicides would follow.(152-153)’It seems immigrants living in a very dangerous condition in which even a joke can be a killer. Of course, neither careless word nor joke will get the magic power of killing, but the discrimination itself works a lot. Racial discrimination exclude immigrants from having equal rights and treating as the local people. Also, in the novel, racial discrimination is described frequently. ‘For if you were Chinese, even if you were born in Canada, you were an educated alien—never to be a citizen, never a Canadian with the right to vote—“an educated fool” in the words of some old China men, or a “hopeful fool” in the words of those who knew the world would soon change.’ From above it is easy to see that no matter the immigrants receive education or not, and no matter how well educated Chinese Canadians are, they are still discriminated since the fact that they are alien rather than Canadian cannot be changed. Thus it is concluded that discrimination stops Chinese Canadians from getting better employment. The doctor checked all of us for TB. ‘Everyone passed the tests. I didn’t have TB but my lungs were tight. I had night fevers.“Sek-Lung must stay home until he can breathe clearly,” the doctor said’. If there is no discrimination, this family won’t be force to do the overall check. If things goes to the locals, maybe it will be a big change. Discrimination works a lot.

 

From the above analysis we know as the two aspects of post-colonialism, oppressionand discrimination are viewed as obstacles preventing Chinese Canadians to have social and culture identity and being a member of their mainstream society. Only by solving these two problems, can immigrants get equal social status and the goal to get‘unity through the diversity’ can be achieved.

 

美国医疗改革2010
内容表
1引言............................................................................................................ 3
2目前的文献综述................................................................................... 3
3 ............................................................................................. 4改革的需要
3.1保险的成本和可用性................................................ 4
3.2质量................................................................................... 6
3.3医疗保险........................................... 6缺乏成本
4 ........................................................................................................... 7障碍
5的好处............................................................................................................. 8
6结论............................................................................................................... 10
7参考................................................................................................................. 12
景区简介
总统奥巴马签署的患者保护与平价医疗法案(PPACA)于2010年3月23日,与卫生保健和教育2010和解法案在3月,2010,修改PPACA。医疗体制改革被认为是美国几十年来最重要的社会保障改革。这项改革的主要期望是扩大医疗补助给那些有低收入者和没有医疗保险的人。此外,保险的质量也会提高那些已经有医疗保险的人。然而,这一政策的实施过程中,面临着巨大的障碍,因为卫生保健的每一个创新政策。幸运的是,它成功了。本文的主要目的是分析政策,障碍,和解决方案,通过整体的实现过程。
现行文献综述
圣诞老人巴巴拉列出了总统在她的书中试图改革美国医疗保健系统的历史。由美国总统约翰逊林顿,1965,对国家儿童健康保险计划的第一个介绍由美国政府制定,美国医疗保健系统,虽然取得了巨大的进展,仍然不能令人满意。伦纳德。他在他的文章中指出,美国的医疗保健危机,在美国的医疗保健是生病的。它的成本太高,浪费了太多的错误,太多太多,和辨析。虽然钱放进去,对themreturn对投资小。系统是不可持续的。
美国人是唯一一个生活在发达国家的公民,但是没有医疗保障的人。戴维的看法,哈佛大学,进行了一项研究发现,每年45000人的死亡与缺乏健康保险。当疾病到达时,没有健康保险的人会本能地管理医疗费用,并以较高的死亡率为结果。
同时,医疗保险公司的利润远远超过提供服务。以斯拉克莱因说,在华盛顿邮报,医疗保险费用的增长超过百分之90从2000到2007。保险公司拒绝为一般高费用的预先存在的条件或收取的费用投保人。在65岁以下的成年人中,约有12600000的成年人接受了这些规定的歧视待遇。
显然,制度的改革是刻不容缓的。然而,这个问题已经有很长一段时间了。那么什么让它推迟到2010,这个过程仍然是艰难的?什么是策略,成功地把这一政策通过?这项任务将主要集中在探索这些问题。此外,该系统的改革的好处,估计处理的数据。
改革的需要
保险费用和有效性
从2001到2007,工资增加了百分之19,而家庭保险保费增加百分之78,价格增加了百分之17,根据Kaiser家庭基金会。二月进行的一个调查显示,百分之52名面试官已经削减了医疗费用,百分之19名面试官因医疗费用而遭受严重的财政困难。百分之15的美国人口中,每年约有41000000人缺乏覆盖。美国是唯一没有医疗保险的发达国家。令人惊讶的是,美国在医疗保健方面的花费比其他国家都要少。事实上,美国的人均医疗费用超过了瑞士的百分之52,根据2006。2009,医疗费用具有联邦预算的百分之21,超过百分之20的国防支出。在这种情况

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