In the past ten years, China has created dozens of polluted megacities. The polluted air has endangered the millions of inhabitants in China's overpopulated cities. There are many aspects of the environment that have been polluted or destroyed. The most important one of these is the water in China. China is “polluting the little bit of water they have left” (The Economist).
Air Pollution in China Air pollution is an increasing concern throughout the world. With escalating populations comes the massive growth of air pollution, which is detrimental to a person’s health, especially on the cardiovascular and respiratory systems. Countless countries and cities have been plagued with toxic air and shockingly twelve of the twenty majorly polluted cities throughout the world are located in China (Zhend & Kahn, 2013, p. 732). China’s air pollution is constantly increasing and harming the Chinese population. One population that is increasingly affected by the contaminated air are the children in China.
China being one of the top developing countries is selling fancier things made of plastic which have created vast new business opportunities, but the environmental costs are also on the rise. According to a document by Wang Jiuliang, a local filmmaker who visited more than 400 landfills around Beijing, he clearly writes about the nature of Chinese and their desire to have things. China has embarked on a consumer-based society. It is developing very rapidly but it have not taken strict actions to stop dumping of plastic despite of banning dumping plastic in oceans still more than 8 million ton of plastic is dumped every year only by china which make it top offender.anaged plastic waste China is still very much in the lead and India shows a disturbing
Despite it past, there are still some same phenomenons appear in China. Using extreme violence is a repeat topic, but it does show those old things form the filial piety. Forcing their children is equal to the “child slavery” and the “foot -binding”. All of these things are not very enough for those Chinese parents. Every order said by parents are Chinese children duty.
Because the food issue in China has been a big problem since many news about how merchants added chemical additives to food to make profits were exposure, the news about food is very easy to attract peoples’ attention and make them worried. And also, because it is very easy to write short news on Weibo, sometimes some news media will employ some editors or journalists, who have no too much experience, to manage their accounts and post news for them. In order to be the first one to post the news online to grab peoples’ attention, those editors or journalist won’t check the news strictly but just post online directly, which is very easy to create fake news and cause social panic. In order to crack down on fake news, Chinese government enacted lots of laws, such as spreading fake news may face up to 7 years in prison, and except that, the Chinese government set up Net alarms, or watchdogs to scour the Internet for calls to violence, fake news and pornography (AFP). For some people, the censorship for social media in China is pretty strict, but from the other hand, it is the most helpful way to prevent fake news.
I believe that almost everyone agree with me that the Chinese food is great, not just Chinese but everyone in the world speak highly of Chinese cuisine and there are lots of foreigner travel to China every year only because they are attracted by Chinese cuisine. We all are surprised by its smell and taste. As for a Chinese, I would like to discuss about why the Chinese cuisine so delicious. There causes can be identified and they are followed: long history, varied types and the Chinese attitude toward cooking. At first I would like to talk about the long history of Chinese cuisine, as we all know that China is a country with long history, the beginning of Chinese civilization is about 5000 years ago around the yellow river and since then the
For films, most Chinese audiences have a simple desire which is to relieve stress and have more fun, and they do not mind advertising implanted them as enterprises to enhance visibility (Xiaoqin Zhang, 2008). Having considered the product placement started relatively late in China. For example, first product placement appeared in China was a pen product placement in film "Editorial story," which was actually a popular film. However, it was not fully product placement. However, the first successful product placement was in Feng Xiaogang's film - "Phone".
Every growth comes with a price and in China; the population has paid with the ill effect of pollution on the health of the people in China. The below table shows the different diseases that has prevailed in China due to the increased pollution in China (WHO,
As China started to enjoy rapid economic growth since its reform and opening and developed to become the ‘factory of the world’, foreign professionals have been raising concerns over the environmental sustainability in China since the 20th century. But actually, disputes over economic interests and environmental pollution are not just limited to China; the conflict between economic interests and environmental protection is an unavoidable problem that occurs universally in all developing and
(everyculture.com) Chinese lunches usually include vegetables with bits of meat, and rice or noodles, sometimes accompanied by egg rolls or stuffed dumplings. American lunches can vary greatly, depending on the nutritional views of the family or person, but sometimes consist of pastas or salads. In both China and America, evening meals are often the largest. With record-high obesity rates that are still rising at alarming rates, it is common knowledge that the average American diet is simply unhealthy, likely due to the ubiquity of canned, processed, and fast food, and overuse of sugar and sodium. However, it is more controversial of whether or not the typical Chinese diet can be considered healthy or not; their nutritional intake consists of plenty of vegetable servings, but many common dishes, particularly Shanghainese specialties, are also extremely high in oil, sugar, and monosodium glutamate, a particularly high-sodium taste powder.