Chinese literature

1. In The Three Body Problem, when Ye Wenjie confronts the three survivin” rel=”nofollow”>ing Red Guards who participated in” rel=”nofollow”>in her father’s murder, they refuse to express contrition, sayin” rel=”nofollow”>ing only “It’s a new age now…Everyone will forget all this completely!” This further confirms her belief that humanity is beyond redemption. Does the novel suggest that this is a rational conclusion, or a symptom of her madness? explain” rel=”nofollow”>in.
2. In The Seventh Day both Mouse Girl and Li Qin” rel=”nofollow”>ing seek better, more fulfillin” rel=”nofollow”>ing lives, but in” rel=”nofollow”>in the process, both of them end up committin” rel=”nofollow”>ing suicide. Compare these two women’s tragic fates: do they fail because they are too ambitious or too materialistic, or as a result of the bewilderin” rel=”nofollow”>ing changes takin” rel=”nofollow”>ing place in” rel=”nofollow”>in contemporary Chin” rel=”nofollow”>ina; or, some combin” rel=”nofollow”>ination of the three?
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the role of culture in” rel=”nofollow”>in organisations today
Write an analytical / argumentative essay addressin” rel=”nofollow”>ing the followin” rel=”nofollow”>ing question: What is the role of culture in” rel=”nofollow”>in organisations today?

AML (Anti Money Laundering) laws

Produce an overview of the national (Dubai and DIFC) anti- money launderin” rel=”nofollow”>ing/counter terrorist fin” rel=”nofollow”>inancin” rel=”nofollow”>ing (AMUCFT) framework in” rel=”nofollow”>in place.Explain” rel=”nofollow”>in: The AMUCFT laws in” rel=”nofollow”>in place that lay down the substantive offences of money launderin” rel=”nofollow”>ing and terrorist fin” rel=”nofollow”>inancin” rel=”nofollow”>ing and explain” rel=”nofollow”>in and defin” rel=”nofollow”>ine the nature of predicate offences in” rel=”nofollow”>in the jurisdiction selected -The rules, regulations or orders that contain” rel=”nofollow”>in the procedural requirements of the law.

Clinical nutrition

Produce 2 case study reports of 1250 words on the followin” rel=”nofollow”>ing two case studies
CASE STUDIES

Actin” rel=”nofollow”>ing as a clin” rel=”nofollow”>inical nutrition practitioner you have been asked to see the followin” rel=”nofollow”>ing two clients.
Client 1: Mr Effiong is a 55-year-old Nigerian man who lives with his wife and three teenage children in” rel=”nofollow”>in a three bedroom council flat. He works a 12-hour shift as a security guard in” rel=”nofollow”>in a local warehouse from 8am to 8pm, 6 days a week. He was diagnosed with type 2 diabetes on presentin” rel=”nofollow”>ing with extreme tiredness and other symptoms of hyperglycaemia, which he attributed to his long workin” rel=”nofollow”>ing hours and irregular and unhealthy diet. He had been managin” rel=”nofollow”>ing his symptoms by himself at home for 6 months until his wife in” rel=”nofollow”>insisted that he saw a doctor. His current weight is 85kg, height 1.64m and waist circumference 99 cm. His blood pressure was 166/88mmHg. He is now takin” rel=”nofollow”>ing metformin” rel=”nofollow”>in bd and the relevant biochemistry results from time of diagnosis were:
• Fastin” rel=”nofollow”>ing glucose 7 mmol/L
• HbA1c 54 mmol/mol
• TC 4.2 mmol/
• HDL 1.1 mmol/L
• LDL 2.2 mmol/L
• TG 0.7 mmol/L
Client 2: Miss Jones is a 19-year-old university student who has mild ileal Crohn’s disease and has been referred to you for her coexistin” rel=”nofollow”>ing IBS. Her current daily symptoms are moderate abdomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal pain” rel=”nofollow”>in and bloatin” rel=”nofollow”>ing, mild win” rel=”nofollow”>ind, no urgency, severe sense of in” rel=”nofollow”>incomplete evacuation and some tiredness. Her bowels open every 2–3 days [Bristol Stool Form Scale (BSFS) T1 or 2, occasionally T5. She is currently prescribed adalimumab and is also takin” rel=”nofollow”>ing a multivitamin” rel=”nofollow”>in and min” rel=”nofollow”>ineral complex. Her weight has in” rel=”nofollow”>increased from 45.8 kg to 47 kg in” rel=”nofollow”>in the last 2 weeks and her BMI is 17kg/m2. She runs 6 days a week and is keen to participate in” rel=”nofollow”>in a half marathon in” rel=”nofollow”>in 3 months. She reports that she is avoidin” rel=”nofollow”>ing bread and pasta as they trigger abdomin” rel=”nofollow”>inal discomfort and bloatin” rel=”nofollow”>ing. Rich food triggers vomitin” rel=”nofollow”>ing, onion gives her bloatin” rel=”nofollow”>ing, lentils give her lots of bloatin” rel=”nofollow”>ing and win” rel=”nofollow”>ind and coffee leads to diarrhoea. She is eatin” rel=”nofollow”>ing regular meals and snacks, but has a very light lunch, as shown below:
Breakfast: One cup of coffee, gluten free (GF) muesli with full fat goat’s milk or two eggs and sultanas
Lunch: Fruit and goat’s milk
Din” rel=”nofollow”>inner: White rice or potatoes (no skin” rel=”nofollow”>in) Sweet potato GF pasta Meat or fish and vegetables Leek and garlic used in” rel=”nofollow”>instead of onion Snacks GF seed bar or apple, grapes, pear, blueberries, mango
Drin” rel=”nofollow”>inks: One cup of coffee/day, one cup of tea/day, herbal teas, smoothies, water

For each of the above patients, provide a dietary assessment and management plan by usin” rel=”nofollow”>ing current research and clin” rel=”nofollow”>inical guidelin” rel=”nofollow”>ines. Write your clin” rel=”nofollow”>inical management plan, in” rel=”nofollow”>includin” rel=”nofollow”>ing scientific rationale, as a case study report.

IT staff for Coastline Systems Consulting

Assume you were an IT staff for Coastlin” rel=”nofollow”>ine Systems Consultin” rel=”nofollow”>ing. Your president wants you to develop a system that is both responsive to clients and helpful to technicians.
(1)defin” rel=”nofollow”>ine the scope of the project and the perceived problems. opportunities and directives that triggered the project. (2) create a Problem Statement Matrix by usin” rel=”nofollow”>ing the followin” rel=”nofollow”>ing fields: Brief Statements of Problem. Opportunity. or Directive Urgency Benefits Priority Proposed Solution

Critiquing the NIP

Critique the National Infrastructure Protection Plan in” rel=”nofollow”>in the context of strategic targets. Explain” rel=”nofollow”>in why the plan is or is not effective. . Argue whether a bottom-up or top-down approach to creatin” rel=”nofollow”>ing the National Infrastructure Protection Plan is most suitable with the current setup of the nation’s security protections. Support your response.

Career Development

Provide a 135 word response to the followin” rel=”nofollow”>ing:1. How would you go about retain” rel=”nofollow”>inin” rel=”nofollow”>ing and developin” rel=”nofollow”>ing older employees who are part of a dual-career couple?

2. Today’s organizations are flatter and offer fewer opportunities for advancement. How do you thin” rel=”nofollow”>ink careers should be developed in” rel=”nofollow”>in this tyi organizational environment?
3. What challenges do nontraditional family units pose to company career development plans? How can companies meet these challenges:
4. As a manager, what could you do to offer career development for your workers? Do you thin” rel=”nofollow”>ink it would be worth it? Why or why not?