Even when Chinese business people visit Western countries, they will mostly walk in the room with the most senior person leading the party. This custom is a matter of respect and honour, these two words are probably the most important in Chinese culture. Normally when you are shaking the hand of a Chinese official or business person it is polite to slightly bow your head forward, but not your whole body. Chinese prefers to be formally introduced to someone new. Always stand up when being introduced and remain standing throughout the introductions.
The youngsters need to pay special attention to the tone of speech, putting a low profile, listening carefully, and showing the respect for their elders. Listening is a kind of respect for people, which is dramatically important to the development of interpersonal relationships, especially in government system. Subordinates should obey the instructions from their superiors, responding accordingly rather than have irresponsible remarks. In China, leaders talk most of time while followers only have the choice to listen. The relationships mentioned above show the Chinese value of zun bei you xu, which means ordering relationships by status and observing this order (Fang,
In spite of that, some people think that Chinese is one of the most lively and superior language in the world so there is no need borrowing any new elements from another language. The People’s Daily even pointed out that lexical borrowing would hurt the health of Chinese. They take Chinese young generation as a negative example, arguing that they are not in line with native speech norms, more worse, they have more passion on foreign festivals, Christmas, for example, rather than traditional festivals and culture. Indeed, loanwords will shock native language and culture to some extent, the benefits Chinese gain from loanwords cannot be neglected. As far as I am concerned, the government and mainstream media should reasonably guide the public and take good advantage of language contacts instead of totally
The measures have worked well to a certain extent. However, there are still several aspects needed to be noticed, improved, and developed. It is necessary for Chinese public to know how to protect Chinese classical music in modern society. (Qianni 2010) The reasons of the Chinese
In many cultures, filial piety may take different forms and has various expressions, but the essence of it has never changed, which is being good or kind and showing respect for one’s parents, elders, and even ancestors (Kwan, 2000). Regardless so-called cultural difference and situational distinction, most people would evaluate filial piety as a good thing to proceed even though they don 't necessarily put that virtue on the top of their standard morality list. Among all kinds of cultures, Chinese culture always puts filial piety in a crucial place on the list. Indeed, a well-known political, researcher and philosopher Confucius once said to his disciples, “Filial Piety is the most important of all virtues.” Confucius’s saying obviously reflects how important the filial piety means to Chinese culture and the necessity for Chinese
So, what are the effects of the development of contemporary Chinese art? It’s hard to pin a direct effect here because art is incredibly subjective. Nevertheless, these are the impacts I drew: On an economic standpoint, contemporary Chinese art is incredibly valuable. The unique insight of modern Chinese artists has drawn the attention of people from around the world. Artprice.com, a world renowned source for art market information, reported that China is ‘the world’s largest art marketplace’.
The Chinese, like other Eastern cultures, are quite protocol, but not as much as might be Japanese. However we must maintain at all times a great care and consideration to people with whom we are dealing. The Chinese people are very hard working and intelligent; They are very hospitable and gracious people; offer and show all their culture to visitors who come to the country, but the eastern courtesy has nothing to do with the West, as is usually always very protocol. The Chinese have a peculiar variety of ways: for example, when greeting is not well seen giving kisses and hugging, because they do not like expressing their feelings in public. The greetings are made with a slight nod, although they are quite westernized and is also increasingly accepted the handshake.
Construction business in China is important, because China need the construction business to improve their economy. According Lovells, H. (2014), some companies did not follow the environmental protection regulation which would be fined and penalties because they always use ‘relationship’ or simply paid for the penalties and fines. Government should be more strict to protect the environment in China. Government should be more alert for the air pollution, and be more attention for their people
It can be said that China have a high ethnocentrism due to their way of living such as their living place. As China was the greatest and most grounded nation in its locale, joined with the way that it is moderately secluded from some other solid nations, this could have supported sentiments of ethnocentrism among them. When the people is used to only have their own kind around them, it will likely make the people know better only about their own culture and will lead them into having the perception that their culture is the best and above all other in understanding anything or getting the work done. Other than that, the sentiments of ethnocentrism could have been imbedded in the people’s mind as they see other nations as less capable. China is known for their big market in all around the world.
The religion means the culture and the society is developing it is a society special form It is start from lowest stratum of society.it is also the collection of the culture systems it is the way to help them to get rid of the suffering, against the rule their spirit bailment, but gradually it become the government problem and then they the religion become more and more popular and then they have the religious belief it is differs from private belief in that it has a public aspect. Most religions have organized behavious , Confucianism is created by the Confucius it is our own Chinese own culture religion we are proud of it this and Buddhism and Taoism is be called three religious the Confucianism is the representative of the civilization