"Chinese Language" Essays and Research Papers

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Compare/Contrast Business Practices in Your Native Country to That in the Usa

Secondly, there are differences in management styles. The Chinese are much stricter, more conservative and efficient than Americans. Americans are more humorous, free and open. Different characteristics determine different management styles. The Chinese boss may force the employees to work till night due to an unfinished project, but the American boss may not do that, they clearly consider that, work is work, life is life. And also, the Chinese bosses control more, they do not allow the employees to...

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Different Cultural Identities Dilemma

addition, they largely insisted on their own cultural identities. They were not willing to give up Japanese identities after arriving in America. Chinese immigrants would like to get together and formed Chinatown for the same reason. In the article, "Two worlds, one family," Jen Maldonado was imposed on pressure by her Taiwanese friends who insisted on Chinese culture, when she wanted to develop a cross-cultural relationship with an American. It is hard to successfully balance two different cultural...

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Hung Liu

depicting them as prostitutes, mothers, and warriors. For example, Liu’s paintings give a modern spin on old Chinese values and images. Pollock’s theory of absence symbolizes the lost history of the Chinese women, which explains why Liu uses historic photographs of China as her key theme in all of her paintings. The multiple gazes layered throughout Liu’s painting Odalisque reclaim abandoned Chinese history with the use of traditional western medium. Pollock identifies three separate gazes in Odalisque...

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Ethnic Regional Autonomy Case Study

On the political front, the action plan of the Chinese government has been in limiting free expression by arresting academics, closing newspapers and magazines, strictly controlling the Internet content and utilizing the refurbished Strike Hard campaign to circumvent legal safeguards for criminal suspects and alleged separatists, terrorists, and so-called religious extremists. But the constitutional norms in China particularly Article 4 affirms the equality of the country’s 55 ethnic groups and...

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Lavendery Cafe

into China is moving too far from Levendary’swell defined concepts of store design and menu. Besides that, Mia Foster is also found that Chinese subsidiary submitted all management and financial reports to Denver or likely known as headquarters of Levendary Cafe in its own format. Louis Chen is the president of Levendary China. He is capable of speak Mandarin Chinese and English and had long experience as retail property developer gave him intimate familiarity with neighborhoods in Shanghai and Beijing...

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A pair of tickets

Ayoshna Ganesh Mrs. Stafford—Zero Hour AP English Literature—Comprehension questions 12 September 2013 “A Pair of Tickets” 1. The use of the train ride into a city in China provides and an appropriate introduction to the narrator “becoming Chinese,” because it symbolizes the journey she is having. Plus most people reflect on things during longer trips and it gives her a chance to reflect on things that her mom has said and what her mom has done for her. In turn it provides a reader about the...

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Amway Case Study: Patience Is A Virtue

products. For example, Guadong is Procter and Gamble’s second largest market worldwide for shampoos. Entering the Chinese market Patience is a virtue, creativity is a must! More open than the Japanese market, nevertheless the careful cultivation of special relationships from influential people down to the everyday consumer is important in doing business. The word for this is guanxi-Chinese for connections. Cultivating connections is part of the culture, with word of mouth counting for more than most...

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To What Extent Did Hong Kong Become a Modernized Society in the Period of 1970 - 1997? Explain Your Answer with Reference to the Political and Economic Development of Hong Kong in This Period

1995, all appointed seats in the Urban and Regional Councils were cancelled and all members were elected by geographical consituencies. The voting age was lowered from 21 to 18. In both Councils, there was an increasing number of official and local Chinese members. Second, the Legislative Council became more representative. In 1985, the Legislative Council held its first indirect election. In 1991, it held its first direct election. In 1991, the number of elected members(39) far exceeded the number...

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008 First Draft

China and the U.S.A. about taking a part-time job, this essay uses internet survey, synthesis and induces methods, and analyzes in depth basic conditions of the college students’ part-time jobs. First of all, I will write about the attitude of Chinese students taking part-time. In China, parents are stricter; they will not allow their child to work even the part-time so early. Because they think, it wastes child time on studying and may hurt them. As we can get the information from the internet...

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Confucian Parenting

their leader, Confucius. Traditional Chinese and Confucius culture emphasizes strong interdependent relationship between parents and children. The traditional belief [of Confucian parenting] is that if parents assist children with their educational opportunities and advancement, their children, as adults, will be in a solid position to care for them in old age (New horizons and challenges in China’s public schools for parent involvement). Based on Confucianism, Chinese parental involvement in education...

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