Essays on Tiger

Tigers, Japan, Europe & America
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Factors that account for the rapid development of these South-East Asian countries -Economic History of the Asian Tigers and Japan between 960-2000 -Meaning of Japanese ( Economic Miracle) -Lessons for the Nigerian Economy Four Asian Tigers The high growth economies of -Hong Kong -Singapore -South Korea -Taiwan The four Asian Tigers consistently maintained high levels of economic growth, since sass's, fuelled by exports and rapid industrialization, which enabled these economies to Join the ranks of the worlds richest nations. However…...
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Tiger Woods
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Tiger's Real Name: Eldrick Woods. The nick-name "Tiger" was given to him by his father. It's the same nick-name of a South Vietnamese combat buddy, Nguyen Phong, who saved Tiger's father's life a few times in the Vietnam War. Rumor had it that Tiger was planning to official change his name to Tiger Woods when he turned 21 this past December but sources say he didn't do it for some reason. Tiger's Dad: Green Beret Lieutenant Colonel Earl Woods served…...
Tiger Beer
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Introduction Launched in 1932, Tiger Beer became Singapore's first locally brewed beer. It is a 5% abv bottled pale lager. As APB's exclusive flagship brand, it is available in more than 60 countries worldwide including the USA, Canada, Australia, New Zealand and various countries in the Middle East, Europe and Latin America. ] Distribution ? APB has breweries in Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand, Vietnam, Cambodia, China, New Zealand, Papua New Guinea, India, Sri Lanka, Laos and Mongolia. The company has a…...
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The Tiger Who Would Be King by James Thurber
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In this story, the tiger is depicted as being selfish. He seeks for his self-interest even though his actions finally make other people in trouble or even die. He does not care for common well-being or general welfare. For example, the tiger wants to be "king of the beasts" so that he battles the current king, Lion, which leads to a confusing battle of all the creatures in the jungle. The tiger is imaginative.From the passage, the tiger even imagines…...
“The Tiger” by S. Rajaratnam
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Introduction Fear conquers the way a person thinks by manipulating their mind to act differently and carry out sudden decisions without giving the idea a second thought. This is shown in the story, “The Tiger” by S. Rajaratnam through two different perspectives from Fatima, a last stage-pregnant lady, and the villagers in her town. Fatima remains calm at an immediate sight of a tiger, but on the other hand, the villagers are restless to rid the tiger without understanding the…...
My Dream Is to Be a Cricket
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Disagreeing with Clarkson’s article
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Dear editor, After reading the Clarkson’s article, I know that in his point of view, human beings do not have the responsibility to protect tigers. Obviously, that’s false. I totally disagree with his view. Protecting the animal resources and keeping the ecological balance matter the human beings existence and development. So, In my opinion, protecting tigers is an unshirkable duty for every earthling. “As the population of China becomes more wealthy, demand for illegal tiger parts is booming.” That is…...
“Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon” Has been described as “Sense and Sensibility” with Martial Arts
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This Film is set in 19th century China. It is well crafted and it is full of Martial Arts action. It is about two love stories and revenge of Li Mu Bai's masters' death. It also has certain scenes which are fantastical for example some characters can fly. The Film is well mastered and is set all over China. It appeals to Young and old audience because it has fantasy and romance in it as well as strong holding female…...
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Conflict in “The Child by Tiger”
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This paper discusses three types of conflict in "The Child by Tiger": Dick's conflict with his environment, Prosser's conflict with society and Dick's intrapersonal conflict."The Child by Tiger" is narrated by a man who is remembering an event from his childhood. The story centers on Dick Prosser, who is a black hired hand for Mr. Shepperton. Dick is involved in several levels of conflict throughout the story.* These include intrapersonal conflicts, a conflict with society, and conflict with his environment.…...
A Rhetorical Analysis Of Tiger Woods English Literature Essay
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A individual is forced to give an Apologia or a address of ego defence when their action is being questioned and they want everyone to cognize the truth about what happened. Similarly, Tiger Wood 's repute was damaged due to the recent studies of his domestic force, criminal conversation and his cheating behaviour. On February 19th 2010, he presented a 14 minute Apologia through a televised intelligence conference supporting his actions because his public and private life was being threatened.…...
“The Third Level”,”The Tiger King” and “Journey to the End of the Earth”
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The first chapter is "The Third Level" by Jack Finney. It is a fictional story which can help broaden students' imagination and raise their curiosity. It teaches a lesson on making the most of opportunities and never passing up a chance available; to make the most of now, the present. The second chapter, "The Tiger King" is a short story by Kalki. It is about a satire on the pride and stubbornness of those in power. This story takes the…...
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Impact of human development toward panthera tigris
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Introduction Felidae is cat biological famil yand its members are called felids. All felids are carnivoresin the Carnivora order. The most common felid sare ordinary cats and other members includeall wild cats including big cats (Baryshnikov ,2011 ). The Panthera is agenus in the Felidae family (cat), which includes four known species, the tiger, lion, jaguar, and leopard. Thisgenus covers half of the Pantherinae subfamily which is the big cat (Diedrich, 2011) .Tigers isone of the species in Panthera genus…...
Analysis of Self Image in Tigers Bride
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In the Tiger's Bride, Carter produces a very feminist view of men's apparent role in human relationships. She suggests to us that men live materialistic lives, and care more about possessions and social status than their partners. Carter also portrays the world that we read about, as very saturated with femininity in the way she often describes elements of the house, or emotions, with links to menstruation, or original sin. Finally, although Beauty is at first, in repulse of the…...
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The Tasmanian Tiger
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The Tasmanian tiger, also called a thylacine, has probably been extinct for about 65 years. In the nineteenth century European settlers hunted these animals due to the fact that they thought the thylacines were primarily responsible for the death of their livestock. This, combined with other elements such as illness and competitors from the dingo, had ultimately resulted in the demise of this mystical species that was feared and misconstrued. The thylacine, formerly discovered in Australia, is in fact a…...
Tiger Energy Drink Marketing Plan
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Executive Summary Tiger Energy Drink offers their consumers “a unique product endowed with different usage alternatives” providing a beverage focused on positive effects of an energy drink and guarana with an amazing sweet taste. Tiger Energy Drink is an alternative to tea and coffee and can be consumed cold or hot depending on the preference. It has a very sweet taste -not too much intense- and can be consumed as a regular beverage. Tiger is positioned itself as an alternative…...
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Tiger Beer Market Plan and Business Analysis
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Executive Summary Asia Pacific Breweries (APB) is the leading beer brewery in the Asia Pacific region. The company’s most iconic product, Tiger Beer, is notably one of Singapore’s most successful brands in the world and is valued at S$820 million. The lucrative beer industry has attracted numerous foreign beers to vie for the market share in Singapore which is valued at S$562. 7 million. As the beer industry in Singapore is reaching maturity, beer companies have to find innovative means…...
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Tiger Beer: Brand History
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Tiger beer is a household name in Singapore and it was a preferred drink for any occasions that cab variety from celebrations to celebrations. The group chose to choose Tiger Beer as their marketing efforts and promos were exceptional, for that reason the group decided to learn what makes Tiger beer marketing efforts and promotions so successful. Launched in 1932, Tiger beer (Tiger) is Asia Pacific Brewery's flagship brand name. Throughout the years, Tiger Beer has actually seen beer drinkers…...
Tiger Beer Marketing Plan
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Executive Summary Asia Pacific Breweries (APB) is the leading beer brewery in the Asia Pacific region. The company’s most iconic product, Tiger Beer, is notably one of Singapore’s most successful brands in the world and is valued at S$820 million. The lucrative beer industry has attracted numerous foreign beers to vie for the market share in Singapore which is valued at S$562.7 million. As the beer industry in Singapore is reaching maturity, beer companies have to find innovative means to…...
Semilarities White Tiger and Slumdog Millionear
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We have read a book called The White Tiger and seen a movie named Slumdog millionaire. These two stories take place in India, a place where the difference between rich and poor is extremely clear. We have learned that a successful life doesn’t come cheap, it often comes with a lot of baggage which reveals in both stories. Slumdog Millionaire and The White Tiger have many things in common, so we are now to compare the similarities between them. In…...
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Digestive Systems of a Rabbit and Tigers System
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The comparison and contrast of a rabbit and tigers digestive systems Rabbits are herbivores that eat grass only. Rabbits can’t eat meat because it’s easier for them to digest grass. Tigers are carnivores that eat meat only. Tigers can’t eat grass because they cannot digest the food fast enough and their digestive system in the stomach is short. The digestive system of a tiger consists of an oesophagus, pancreas, mouth, stomach, small intestine, caecum, Large intestine. The digestive system of…...
Save Our Wildlife and Forest for Our Future Generations
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Wildlife includes wild animals and plants collectively. As a human being, we need to live in amity with other living things on the Earth. It is glorious that Malaysia is a habitat of much wildlife such as tigers, elephants, lions, leopards and many more. We have to appreciate that our country has such balance ecosystem. It is reported that some wild animals encounter extinction. Those animals mentioned are white tigers. Humans should be blamed causing this problem occurs. Cutting down…...
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Save the Tigers
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Someday, we may never see tigers again because tigers are on the critically endangered list, which is why the National Zoo was celebrating Global Tiger Day. This is happening because of poaching and habitat changes. Large plantations have replaced a lot of tiger habitat in several tropical range countries. Tigers occupy only around 7 percent of their historic range. The current wild tiger population is at as few as 3,200 tigers, including only about 400 Sumatran tigers, which are listed…...
Wildlife Conservation in India
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Nature is the major part that gave plenty of chances to flourish mankind. When it comes about doing justice, it’s all what nature do, but not us. We learnt from childhood to save others, to think for others first, and rest all the things. In fact, we are living all because of the nature. And when our turn came to save the nature, we are simply sitting back, relaxing as if nothing has happened. Therefore, the government of India started…...
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Stop Poaching
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A cute little tiger cub is drinking water from the river with its mother, and then BAM! a cute little bullet pierces the tigers' brains and kills. Oh, the inhumanity! This inhumane and illegal act of killing animals is called poaching. Many animals have been endangered or even extinct from poaching. The animal is mainly killed for its fur, ivory, or even its body parts. Poaching and selling animal parts illegal, that's why it is sold in the black market…...
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Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon Film Editing
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Compare the ways the distinctively visual is created in Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon and in one other related text of your choosing The use of distinctively visual images allows an audience to perceive and distinguish the composer’s specific representation. From these distinctive visuals, the audience’s perceptions force them to respond in a particular way. In ‘Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon’, Ang Lee utilises a range of film techniques to position his audience through a combination of quiet, dramatic scenes and choreographed…...
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Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon
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Crouching Tiger Hidden Dragon is a motion picture fantasy drama that falls under the category of wuxia, which means chivalric martial arts film. The film gained so much popularity in Asia, it managed to make its way to the states and win four Academy Awards, including best foreign film. The film was made on a $15 million budget using Mandarin dialogue, and it grossed $128 million. The plot of the film is set in the Qing Dynasty in China during…...
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The White Tiger
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Similar to carvings in wood, character is molded by indents- through pain and suffrage. This notion is evident in Aravind Adiga's novel, The White Tiger, in which Balram Halwaii seeks to create his own destiny. Having no role models within his family to help to guide him along his fated path, Balram quickly becomes determined to free himself of the corruptness embedded in India's system. In order to escape, however, he must be ambitious, risky, and even unethical. Balram must…...
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Gender Analysis of “The Tigers Bride” by Angela Carter
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The short story_The Tigers Bride_ raises thought provoking concepts around gender through a plot both alike and unlike traditional Beauty and the Beast. The role of both genders is explored and true freedom questioned within the bounds of society. The text delivers a powerful and even handed message to the genders that constraints are merely a construct, a mask which can slip and shatter when pressure is applied. Angela Carter sketches a bleak setting, and equally bleak outlook for the…...
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“The Most Dangerous Game” And “The Child By Tiger”
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Though written by different authors, Richard Connell's "The Most Dangerous Game" and Thomas Wolfe's "The Child by Tiger" have many aspects in common. They also have some distinct differences. Despite the fact that Richard Connell and Thomas Wolfe lived at about the same times, their lives were very different. Connell was born in New York, graduated from Harvard, and fought in World War I in France for the United States Army. On the other hand, Wolfe was born in Ashville,…...
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Short story “The Lady or the Tiger”
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The young man "turned, and with a firm and rapid step he walked across the empty space. Every heart stopped beating, every breath was held, and every eye was fixed immovably upon that man. Without the slightest hesitation, he went up to the door on the right, and opened it." Now what was behind the door may be a surprise. The princess loved the man very much, did she not? She loved him so much that she would only want…...
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Women Abuse in A Poem Aunt Jennifer’s Tigers
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Adrienne Rich did a wonderful job portraying the trials of abused and battered women in this poem. These trials could possibly be explained by Rich being the niece of Aunt Jennifer; therefore, personal feelings are exposed throughout the piece. The speaker speaks in an admiring, sincere, tone and her sympathy is apparent because she herself is a female. Rich's poem, "Aunt Jennifer's Tigers" is about the trials of an older woman in distress because her marriage is in trouble, and…...
Why should we conserve plants and animals?
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I am arguing for conserving plants and animals. I will discuss how plants and animals have an impact on our lives and how this would be dramatically changed if they weren't conserved. The word "conserve" means preservation, especially of the natural environment. In plants and animals case, it means, To keep in existence, to retain and to keep safe from harm or loss.1 Thousands of plant and animal species are being terminated every year due to many factors such as:…...
“The Child By Tiger” By Thomas Wolfe
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"Insane Slave Murders Citizens!" The headlines would boldly exclaim this phrase if an event such as that happened today. The central event of the plot is a violent action in "The Child by Tiger" by Thomas Wolfe. The author gives significance to the occurrence by making it reveal a general truth about human experience. This universal theme becomes evident through many aspects of the story, which can be analyzed and evaluated to discern their purpose. These following paragraphs will support…...
Tiger Airways- Singapore
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Our marketing team ran a market investigation in Guangzhou, China. The aim of this research is to understand who are the core users, what are their flight experience and which values define them. The answers will lead us to comprehend their purchasing behaviour, hence allow us to plan a strategy for our company’s expansion. We will conduct our research with in mind Tiger Airway’s mission and vision: Mission To address the needs of our budget conscious travellers looking for a…...
Tiger Brands Limited Company Analysis
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Tiger Brands Limited, a Top 40 JSE Limited company whose footprint extends across the African continent and beyond, is one of the largest manufacturers and marketers of FMCG products in Southern Africa, and has been for several decades. Tiger Brands has been built over several decades through the acquisition and clustering of businesses which own leading food, home and personal care brands. It's success is grown and maintained through the perpetual renovation and innovation of its brands, while its approach…...
Comparison and Contrast of “The Most Dangerous Game” and “The Child by Tiger”
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Thesis: In these 2 stories we observe a few of guy's darker nature. We observe two seemingly normal individuals with dark sides to each of them and will describe how each one is similar and likewise really various from one another. I. The lead character, General Zaroff is the primary focus of the essay, since of his darker nature and his inspirations. A. At first, General Zaroff comes off as welcoming and kind in nature for taking Rainsford in. He…...
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The United Nations: Paper Tiger?
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A paper tiger? The United Nations (U.N.) represents almost every nation in the world, with close to 200 member nations. Formed by world leaders a few months after the end of World War II, in 1945, the United Nations set world peace as its primary objective. While international tensions continued to run high throughout the Cold War, the U.N. helped world leaders negotiate differences and avoid another war on the scale of World War II. Over time, the U.N. has…...
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The Themes in Tiger in the Tunnel
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Ruskin Bond is an Indian author of British descent. He was born in Kasauli, Himachal Pradesh, on May 19, 1934 and grew up in Jamnanagar, Shimla and Dehra Dun. He is considered to be an icon among Indian writers, children’s authors and a top novelist. He wrote his first novel, The Room on the Roof, when he was seventeen. For this, he won John Llewellyn Rhys Memorial Prize in 1957. Since then he has written several novels, over 500 short…...
The White Tiger: Significance of the Darkness and the Light
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The significance of the Darkness and the Light in the book The White Tiger by Aravind Adiga The contrast between the Darkness and the Light is often mentioned in this book. The darkness is described as the poor and miserable areas of the rural India, while the light is the opposite. In the light there are often flourishing cities crawling with entrepreneurs and hard workers. In The White Tiger one gets to follow Balram Halwai’s journey from the darkness to…...
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White Tiger
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The novel “The White Tiger” by Aravind Adiga is a powerful piece of writing about the economic system, social classes and corruption in India. The protagonist in the novel is Balram, a poor rickshaw puller's son who lives in a small village from the darkness. He has alway wanted to break out of the caste system, where a person’s fate was determined at birth by the position of his or her family. He wants to become rich. The darkness is…...
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The Tiger Who Would Be King by James Thurber
...From the passage, the tiger even imagines that the moon will be "yellow" with "stripes" in his honor. The tiger is greedy for power. The tiger is proud of himself. He also is arrogant. According to the passage, the tiger said that "I'll be king of be...
Why should we conserve plants and animals?
...In drawing a summary to these arguments I conclude that we should conserve animals for many reasons. One of them mainly being because of the effect it would have on the world and its surrounding creatures. Food chains would be highly displaced, for e...

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