Global Economic Environment
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Problem Set 2
WU Ka Ho, Michael 16053538D
Zheng yuncong, Kyle 16032762D
Tsang Hin Nam, Hilary 16107956D
Accepted principles of right or wrong governing the
Question 1: Background information of Making Toys Globally1
In 1978, lead was banned in house paint, on toys marketed to children and in dishes or
cookware in the United States. In 2007, The Chinese agreed to eliminate the use of
lead paint on Chinese man
Thank you David. Before answering question 2, I will first introduce
what is bitcoin.
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by mining process. Its value only depends on demand & supply
economic with an ultimat
AF2602 Global Economic Environment
Lau Hun To (16051825D)
Tsang Hin Nam, Hilary (16107956D)
Wu Ka Ho (16053538D)
Zheng yuncong (16032762D)
Dr. Yi Ping Shea
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but was unable to force the thought of Kiera from his mind. Go and rest, Uncle. I know you
little enough as it is.
A final warning, ARan. The dhjan nishani must willingly accept her place at your side and
her role in helping the planet. If she does no
she must voluntarily accept her role and Anshan as her home, had struck him as odd, for why
would she not when he honored her with the greatest honor ever bestowed upon a non-ruling
Only now was he beginning to understand that her staying depended
monster to inhabit the brutal planet. One took her hands while another shined the glowing orb
on her bindings. He released them with a touch of his thumb. Furious, she threw them and
turned to find two of the beings kneeling by the grass, touching them.
Nishani, you must make a choice.
You must choose to remain with me or to return to your home.
You would send me home? she asked, puzzled. But I thought I was supposed to save the
You must choose to stay or return, he repeated.
Council would cost him dearly in another way. Restless, ARan rose and paced.
She fears me, Uncle, he said with difficulty. Shes not ready to take her place.
Nishani was brave with me.
It was not her choice to come here.
What choice does a woman have?
She didnt think it was possible to sleep in such discomfort, but a stiff, hot breeze tossed hair
into her face awhile later, tickling her awake. She swiped it away, soaked with sweat, and
opened her eyes.
She shifted with a grimace and looked down at the
Two warriors stood hidden in the dark on either side of the doorway. She jumped when one
moved, her heart flipping. The warrior opened the door wider and motioned her in. She
a narrow, well-lit hall and followed it through smoothly hewn walls. Sev
Her look of soul-deep sorrow touched him, and he recalled what he felt as a youth to find his
father and mother dead and his family hunted and forced out of their own home. She turned
leave, and he caught her arm. Nishani didnt resist when he wrapped h
She rolled her eyes. He started past her, then paused, returning to her side to remove the
translator from her ear. She said nothing and turned to watch them jog back to the house.
Satisfied they were gone, she withdrew the spare in her pocket, placed it
any chance he had at keeping her. He complied and kissed her deeply, enjoying the taste and
feel of her despite the mix of salty tears. Their kiss grew more passionate, the feel of her body
against him not enough to sate his growing need. The connection b
Surprised, he looked at her more fully.
How are the people? she asked. Aside from the battles.
War-torn and weary.
I would like to travel there.
It is not a place for one such as you.
She looked up at him, unable to determine his tone. His face was unread
Here, let me, she said. She took the book from him and carefully pulled the page free. Its
not my best. You dont want another one?
He folded it in fourths, rose, and strode away, leaving her alone. She stared after him,
uncertain what to think.
somewhere until she could think straight.
How are you, nishani? Jetr asked.
I apologize if I am being too direct. I have a concern to discuss with you.
My warriors have intercepted a message that may reference you as an intended victim
What is it you fear of me? he demanded, lowering his sword and pacing closer to her.
Surprised, she said nothing. He took a step closer. She retreated a step, regretting drawing
his intensity. ARan compelled the sword into the ground deep e
strength, prosperity, stability. From the dhjan nishani comes growth, birth, restoration. If a
chooses incorrectly, his world suffers. If a dhjan chooses well, his world flourishes.
Wow, she murmured. I guess that means youll never let me go home. S
you know how many of my people have starved this moon-cycle alone? All he had to do was
choose a nishani- my sister!- and the planet would be healed! His words were
by a squeeze on her arm painful enough to make her gasp. She said nothing and
He thought her crazy. She rolled her eyes and finished her breakfast. The dwelling was
warm already in the midmorning, and she wondered how shed survive another day of heat
yesterdays. Drained despite her long night of rest, she didnt look forward to
I dont know that I want to learn, she said, troubled. If I must learn to be dutiful from you,
what will you learn from me, or am I expected to be the only one to compromise?
He faced her fully, studying her for a long moment.
What would you have me learn?
more. If there were something more between them, would he ever entertain letting her go
Travel well, she said, and turned away again.
She walked towards her quarters, uncertain why his departure bothered her. She expected
to be left behind many more
messengers brought him vague news of unrest from the battlefront and news of there being
opponents at the battle. He suspected the Council members knew more and that this night of
relative peace was the last he would know for a very long time.
rose, and her chest clenched.
He wanted her dead. Hed not considered sending her home- no, hed decided to kill her!
Panic seized her at the thought of floating through space until her air ran out. She looked at
control panel, trying to decipher any of
ARan dropped his feet from the table and rose to face his uncle. Mansr appeared more
haggard every time they met. His uncle bowed.
The people are already starving. They cannot await the results of another planting, ARan
They cannot, nephew. Mansrs
There has been only war as long as I can remember. Anshan needs her, but she cant stay
where its so unsafe, and she isnt adapting the way she should be, ARan said.
Maybe you must change just as she must. You must grow beyond your role as a battle
Theres no saving NeRin from whatever his issue is? she asked, upset.
ARans already acted.
What do you mean?
I mean, NeRin is no longer a threat.
She shivered. She didnt doubt ARan could be ruthless if he felt his family was threatened.
She didnt like to t
The memory was achingly beautiful, and he remembered seeing his war-weary father
approach from the house. His whole face had changed upon seeing his nishani and children,
had gone from tired to hopeful.
ARan hissed as he released his breath and op
as it fought gravity.
Cmon, cmon, she whispered desperately, her throat burning with acid as she struggled to
hold down her stomach.
Of all the things she could be thinking about, she thought only of ARan. His face was in her
thoughts, and the idea of nev