The Chinese family education is a serious problem in China because that causes too many pressure to the most of Chinese children, and to make them being a man who does not like talking with somebody. There are many Chinese parents who would like to use violence to educate their children, and forcing them to study everything without any consideration. All of Chinese parents want their children to be the best in the world, and their children have to accept this kind of expectation everyday that they must stand those pain given by the parents. This kind of phenomenon need to be changed Chinese family education does show many extreme sides to a lot of children. Recently, there are many problems about the education, especially the family
Women not only in China but also all over the world have made huge progress in the workplace. On the other side, it should take a note that women cluster in occupations and industries pay lower salaries overall than men in China, which is based on a fact that women are less likely than men to reach higher-level positions. In ancient Chinese society, the traditional Confucianism regard women as lowly and weak belongings of man, even in modern China, such beliefs still affect Chinese society. For example, women naturally take on more responsibility for house care. This pattern means that men get a better shot at a pay rise or a promotion than their female colleagues and are less likely to be in jobs for which they are overqualified.
Controlling one’s emotions, showing restraint, acting with obedience towards authority, conforming and “face” are highly valued and deemed to be very important. Traditionally Chinese values put the family and society over the individual. In some cases, during interactions people may nod, which can be an indication that they understand you, but they are trying to seem obedient to authority, rather than to come off as deviant. Chinese politeness strategies and etiquette – Spoken/linguistic, social and pragmatic- Pragmatic politeness within china can be extremely different from politeness within the UK, Chinese politeness revolves around Face, the social hierarchy (五论) and age. Politeness is a social practise that reflects the historical developments and political environment within a country.
Chinese women can make family proud of them if they have sons and be a good wife. Moreover, the influence of Confucianism obstructs ancient women right. The Three Obediences and the Four Virtues derived from Confucianism to control and tyrannize female. Confucianism classifies male and female’s proper role by heaven-ordained explanations more than two thousand years ago. (Hays, 2008).
And the story of their ancestor and legacy tells of what kind of people they were, and what they honored. “It is ingrained deeply in the Chinese mind that once there was a time when everything worked according to an ideal pattern” (Corduan, 2012). The meaning to this passage is why contemporary Chinese culture holds on to the tradition because it could happen again. This also reveal the union of governmental community with religion. Although there has been countless time that China’s government ruled over the religion, and now there is hope that id does not need to be that same way again because it was different back then.
Based on the literature review, United States with the individualism score of 91 are considered much more independent than are China with the score of 20. According to study of Gong, Maddox & Stump (2012), people in the heavily individualistic nations such as the United States generally straightly convey their and thought and directly express information in precise meanings, hence reducing complexity in communication and allowing simplified use of online facility. On the contrary, Chinese people, regarded as more collective, generally rely on face-to-face communication. Surrounding context in conversation is crucial in the interpretation, while non-verbal communication is not common for them. Based on the given evidences, Chinese people find it more complex to use online facility than do American people.
Chinese teachers have the authority and they deserve respect from students. Instructors are treated as authority figures second to students’ parents and their authority is not challenged (Siu, 1992). The principle of filial piety teaches students to keep silent and be passiveness in front of authority figures (Ho, 1996). “Chinese instructors demand silence in class; no questions” (Alon & McIntyre, 2005, p. 200). The collectivistic societal orientation is also a typical feature of Chinese education and it affects educational practices.
In gender terms, men are always perceived as ‘protectors’ of women too – this is a very condescending view,” opined Zi Hao. Furthermore, he said that “the book is intended to make people think about the form of Chinese character; to make people question the ideas behind the creation of a Chinese character. What moral values were embedded in the production of language and expression? Morality is historical too. Chinese feudalist thinking is historically specific.
Meanwhile, Eighteenth Central Committee of the Communist Party of China Third Plenary Session focused on social governance structure and ecological protection. About the role of Chinese enterprises, it should change their purposes from the simple pursuit of economic interests but ignoring the corporate social responsibility to understanding the environmental impact, and actively participate in social management to help build an ecological
In essence, contemporary Chinese families with conservative perspectives towards a wide spectrum of issues remain adamant that marriages are primarily to foster procreations and ensure the continuance of the paternal bloodline (Wang, Kok and Chuang 2008), instead of being an authentic manifestation of genuine romance (Wang 2016). As a consequence, not only that the Chinese have been constrained by an authoritarian form of parental conviction in the selection of spouses (), but also various marriage steps, especially dowry negotiations and the settings of wedding ceremonies, have been arranged beyond the arguments of the engaged couples. In fact, parental intervention of the custom can be justified with two beliefs of cultural importance. Firstly, while questionable marital partnership may jeopardise the reputation of a family within a community, the selection of a new family member (husband or wife) remains regarded as a decision of familial importance to the Chinese family institution as a collective even in contemporary society (Zang 2008). Moreover, the deeply assimilated Confucius concept of family relations – particularly the inculcation of filial piety that is still ubiquitous in Chinese families – means that conformity to parental decisions remains a heavily promulgated virtue across the entire ethnic (Deutsch 2006).