Thesis Statement About The Great Wall Of China
The Great Wall of China Research Paper
@Jeffrey: I think that you need a US based payment method to sign up with the US app store.
The need for ordinary Chinese people to have VPN access to the other side of the Great Firewall is greatly exaggerated.
I have used ExpressVPN for years now because I want to use FB and Youtube, but that is because I am a Laowai.
Chinese people are happy with their own SoMe apps and video services. Most people here don’t speak English, so the lack of FB isn’t a big deal for most people.
The younger generation is more interested being connected with the Western SoMe apps.
My ExpressVPN came from the US all store, so I don’t have any problems. The PC version is still available for download.
Chinese made VPN apps seem to be available in the Chinese app store. Just checked on my wife’s phone. They are probably under govt. monitoring though.
Thesis statement on the great wall of china - Team10
The author underlines that the part of the Great Wall of China, which was constructed prior to Ming dynasty, could hardly be viewed as a serious protection from the potential military threat from the North. The parts of the Wall constructed by the predecessors of Ming dynasty create poor fortifications that could not be effective in the protection of China against attack of Mongols1 (Waldron, 133), though it created certain obstacles on the way of Mongols to rapid occupation of a large part of Chinese territory. Arthur Waldron argues that Ming dynasty attempted to improve the existing fortification and introduced sophisticated watchtowers but, as the further history shown, even these fortifications and measures undertaken by Ming dynasty in regard to the strengthening the defensive power of the Great Wall of China were not very effective because the Wall did not stop Mongolian attacks and they broke through the fortification attacking China.