Part of the Mythic Creatures exhibition. His blessing power is not a false one. He can be smaller than small, bigger than big, higher than high, and lower than low. The dragons of East Asian legend have sweeping powers. They breathe clouds, move the seasons, and control the waters of rivers, lakes, and seas.
Four Asian Tigers
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The Four Asian Tigers , Four Asian Dragons or Four Little Dragons , in Chinese and Korean , only the "dragon" terms are used , are the economies of Hong Kong , Singapore , South Korea and Taiwan , which underwent rapid industrialization and maintained exceptionally high growth rates in excess of 7 percent a year between the early s mids for Hong Kong and s. By the early 21st century, all four had developed into high-income economies developed countries , specializing in areas of competitive advantage. Hong Kong and Singapore have become world-leading international financial centres , whereas South Korea and Taiwan are world leaders in manufacturing electronic components and devices. Their economic success stories have served as role models for many developing countries , especially the Tiger Cub Economies of southeast Asia. A controversial World Bank report The East Asian Miracle credited neoliberal policies with the responsibility for the boom, including maintenance of export-oriented policies , low taxes, and minimal welfare states ; institutional analysis also states some state intervention was involved. Prior to the Asian financial crisis , the growth of the Four Asian Tiger economies commonly referred to as "the Asian Miracle" has been attributed to export oriented policies and strong development policies.
The recent strikes and economic difficulties in South Korea have overturned one of the bourgeoisies arguments in its ideological campaign to refute marxism. And how many times have we been shown striking workers who carry on with their work while wearing an armband to mark their discontent? More than ever, the bourgeoisie urgently needs models of success in order to keep its myths alive and hide the historic bankruptcy of its system. It has to do all it can to prevent the proletariat, its mortal enemy, from becoming aware of the real roots of the crisis, from understanding that capitalism has no other future than one which drags humanity into growing impoverishment and into increasingly murderous military conflicts. This is why, after the more and more evident exposure of its German and Japanese models, the ideological pimps of the bourgeoisie have been promoting the south east Asian examples as new poles of growth.
Chinese dragon , also known as East Asian dragon or Long , are legendary creatures in Chinese mythology , Chinese folklore , and East Asian culture at large. Chinese dragons have many animal-like forms such as turtles and fish , but are most commonly depicted as snake -like with four legs. They traditionally symbolize potent and auspicious powers, particularly control over water, rainfall, typhoons, and floods.