How did Japan plan the attack on Pearl Harbor?
Japanese forces trained for about a year to prepare for the attack. They added wooden fins to their aerial torpedoes and made other modifications, so that they could work on short runs at the 45-foot average depth of Pearl Harbor.
How did the Japanese know about Pearl Harbor?
Whatever projections U.S. naval authorities had about the activities of the IJN in late 1941, they included no sense of an immediate threat to Pearl Harbor by Japanese carriers. Their own radio intelligence confirmed this.
How did the Japanese miscalculate the US response to the attack on Pearl Harbor?
The Japanese thought (or at least hoped) that the US response to the attack on Pearl Harbor would be fairly passive. They hoped that the US would decide that it was not worth it to rebuild their fleet and work their way across the Pacific to retake Guam and the Philippines and eventually to attack Japan.
Why do Chinese copy everything?
First of all, in the Chinese culture, copying has never been neither illegal nor frowned upon or seen as a lack of talent. Never. In fact, the way to learn for a long time ago is the repetition, the exact reproduction of the master’s work and teachings. In China, to copy something is to show respect to the author.
What Chinese Cannot copy?
There are definitely things that Chinese didn’t copy – although not much, I would still provide a short list: Paper. Compass. Rice cultivation.
Does China invent anything?
China has been the source of many innovations, scientific discoveries and inventions. This includes the Four Great Inventions: papermaking, the compass, gunpowder, and printing (both woodblock and movable type).
Why is China so advanced in technology?
Based on the success of the Special Economic Zones of the People’s Republic of China, China has created Economic and Technological Development Zones. They have the purposes of building up high-tech industries, attracting foreign investment, increasing exports, and improve the regional economy.
Which country has the best technology today?
Countries With the Highest Technological Expertise
- South Korea.
- United States.
- United Kingdom.