It has made English proficiency more of an asset as these companies look for employees with good English proficiency. If you look at the job advertisements in newspaper, the number of ads requiring a proficiency in Putonghua has been rising constantly although it never equals the number of ads with a requirement of English proficiency. More jobs also state that the employers look for people proficient in Cantonese but only a few jobs require a proficiency in Portuguese. Conclusion The paper has given an account of the sociolinguistic situation in Macau. Due to its distinctive historical background and recent economic development, Macau becomes a hotbed of language contact.
In fact, the population control policy has been carried out for many years, but still they can’t meet their aims. Although Chinese couples, mostly have had only one child, current government policy, It still needs to nearly two-thirds of all families are no more than every couple has one child. 2. China’s population is ageing the overpopulation will cause high birth rates and the decline in death rates, lead to nature rapid growth. Nowadays, human technology has been improved a lot than before, For example, the medical technology progress, environmental health improvement, and food production increase.
1. Introduction 1.1 Background Resulting from the globalisation and economic integration, an increasing number of individuals started to migrate to other countries and among of those people, a great number of people choose to engage in entrepreneurship after they have relocated and settled in the host country (Decker, A 2015). The Netherlands, among all the western countries, has become one of the most attractive countries for immigrants. According to Vermeulen & Penninx, (2000), immigration exceeded emigration in the Netherlands starting from the beginning of the 1960s. In Ruainovic’s immigration entrepreneurship study (2006), among all the immigrants, Chinese immigrant have been seen as the most active as entrepreneurs in comparison to the other ethnic groups in the Netherlands, accounting for 15.7% of the self-employment rates among non-western immigrants in the Netherlands in the year of 2003 (Bijl et al, 2005, cited in Ruainovic, 2006, p 22).
(Trade, Investment & Economic Cooperation Between China and Southeast Asia: The Case of MALAYSIA, 2004) All in all, the trade relations between Malaysia and China took place very rapidly, which can be seen the two countries are mutually need each other to meet their needs. It turns out trade relations between Malaysia and China is mutually beneficial to each other. Export and import activities between the two countries is increasing every year. Through rapid trade relations will further strengthen ties
1 Introduction Hong Kong is a popular destination in Asia and the world as well; there are many things that attracted tourism when they visited here. Hong Kong has known good place to shopping, mice and casino. According to my research Hong Kong has 5,455,371 people visited in 2014 that is 17,8% more compared to 2013 (HKTB Insight & Research, 2014). Total tourism expenditure was 343.1 billion HK dollars and most of them from shopping inbound because almost tourism to Hong Kong with personal purpose that is shopping (Hong Kong Tourism Board, 2014). Therefore, to develop tourism in Hong Kong while to balance between preservation and sustainability tourism prosperity, it is essential to understand its exclusive geographical features and accurately
In addition, numbers of other immigrants from China provided cheap labor for the industries. Particularly, the competition between those cheap-labor industries was not stiff in the international market so that they could develop rapidly. Accordingly, the impact of English was very little during that period. However, after Chinese “open door” economic policy, Hong Kong’s labor-intensive industries shifted their base to China and thus became dependent on China gradually. But why people still insists that the economic success depended on English?
John Zhang, The entertainment industry is growing very fast in China and it grows 17% every year since 2011. The guesses for the growth of entertainment are also very high. Since this many people watch these movies in China it makes them the 2cd country that sells the most tickets in the world. Because 17% China’s film industry grows every year it will at one point possibly rise to the top leaving america to 2cd, then that would make the Chinese industry even more popular than it was before. Additionally, according to Gordon Orr “Many sectors of the Chinese entertainment industry are growing well into double digits on an annualized basis, despite the slowdown in the overall economy.Because the Chinese Industry has been growing so much they have started growing in the double digits according to research, ignoring how much the economy has been slowing down.
Chinese have immigrated to Thailand since Ayutthaya period and became a part of Thailand. The descendants of Chinese or Thai-Chinese are around 14 percent of all population in Thailand. They have inherited Chinese business and cultures until they were successful and had more influence to Thailand in several fields especially cultures. Therefore, a great deal of Chinese descendants or Thai-Chinese obviously dominate Thai cultures in traditions, foods and arts. Chinese traditions spread all over Thailand and still exist because there are many Thai-Chinese who maintain their cultures around 200 years ago.
Introduction China’s tourism economy has witnessed rapid growth over the past few years. In 2016, the tourism industry catered to 4.44 billion domestic tourist trips, approximately 11% growth compared to the previous year. The total annual tourism revenue reached RMB4,690 billion, representing a 13.6% increase, amongst which 33% of the inbound trips are for sightseeing and leisure (China National Tourism Administration, 2017). While the rise of the shared economy has drawn tremendous attention as the representative of the non-traditional hotel industry and an alternative present and future tourist consumption (S Dong-qi, et al, 2017), the increasing popularity of small-scaled high-amenity boutique hotels as another innovative business model