I have researched several consequences and aftermaths of the Xinhai revolution, specifically on political and social changes. For example, the establishment of Chinese communist and nationalist party. Honestly, researching didn’t go so well, because i cannot find most of the relevant information, and all the information are not that specific at all. However, I still sought out some parts which are important. I still need to find out more examples of how exactly did the society change from that period of time. I will look up at some china-based organizations (webpage).
I have decided that my driven question which is in what aspects did the Xinhai revolution change China? I am more interesting in Chinese revolution more than anything else, because I have never learned Chinese history before. I have an idea of making either a newspaper or a brochure. This kind of learning style is sort of new for me.
Revolution looks like a soccer game. At the beginning of the game or revolution, both teams or sides are crazy about invasion. At the middle of the revolution, both sides would often reach a deadlock or stalemate. At the last minute of the game, there is always one side win the game, and one side lose the game.
As promised from its TGS appearance, Bandai Namco announced that the next game based on the Sword Art Onlineanime series would be detailed today. The game, now officially titled Sword Art Online: Lost Song, will be released on Playstation 3 and Vita in 2015.
The release trailer shows that the game will take place in Alfheim Online, the second virtual world from the series’ first season, and will feature characters from the second half of the season like Kirito and Suguha. The game will also have airborne combat, similar to the anime.
Sword Art Online: Lost Song is currently only announced for Japan, but with the series growing in popularity in North America, don’t count out a localized version just yet.