The purpose of this report is to find out more about China communication style and social behaviour. This report will contain both research as well as personal observations and encounters. It describes what and how communication style here can affect the people living in China and tourists as well as how do they react socially in their daily life. Unless foreigners are Chinese and can speak Mandarin, which is the most common and basic language in China apart from their dialect, communicating with the locals can be difficult when we are trying to get things done in many part of China without the aid of a translator (for non-Mandarin speaking foreigner) or someone who understand Singapore living and culture. English language are very patchy
Morphine for Medication Morphine has been known as a drug, a devil people mustn’t interfere with, but they never think about its benefits as a medical treatment. There are so many painful health conditions that people face nowadays, such as cancer pain, a pain after a major surgery, a pain after major trauma or injury, or a heart attack. Morphine is a strong opioid painkiller that is used to treat those conditions to relieve the pain. Although morphine is addictive and can ruin a user’s health, it also has benefits as a medication. In the 18th century, Europe had a high demand for Chinese goods but the Chinese didn’t have a high demand for European goods.
Similar to painting, interest in Asian-style architecture came about late in Europe (as compared to ceramics and engravings), and for a long time the Chinese architectural style, forms and principles were not well understood. Even when Chinese architecture became more popular in the Western world, Europeans were very meticulous in their selection of Chinese architectural types, and their choices regarding which buildings would be constructed in this manner. Asian-style architecture was ill-received for similar reasons as painting, being that information about Chinese architecture was scarce (mostly because Chinese monuments and buildings couldn’t be shipped to Europe like ceramics or engravings could be). As well as the lack of knowledge about Chinese architecture, there was again the feeling that European architecture was prestigious. Though, in my opinion, possibly the biggest reason that Chinese architecture didn’t take off in Europe until later is due to a true clash of cultures.
While Chinese medicinal beliefs have their upsides, they also have their downsides. Concerning traditional Chinese medicine, specifically with Chinese herbal medicine, my family holds too many expectations. They believe almost anything can be fixed with Chinese herbal medicine, but in some cases, is untrue. According to Traditional Chinese Medicine, some herbal medicines are marketed in the United States are marketed as dietary supplements, where FDA regulations are less stringent and strict. Therefore, some Chinese herbal products may be unsafe.
Introduction Being the country with the largest population in the world, China is becoming a famous tourist hot spot for its unique culture and scenery. However, as more and more people come to China, many people find the habit of spitting of the Chinese people extremely unpleasant. However, the Chinese are not aware of this as it is a common practice. Chinese believe that by spitting it will help them to clean their inspiratory system and not swallowing the sputum. Besides, with the serious air pollution, people can easily get irritated throat and this makes the situation worse.
• Geely 's management agreed to allow Volvo operate independently but due to not having operations in China they could not take advantage of Chinese government 's new decision that the government agencies must have cars of local automakers. As Volvo cannot be considered as local automaker, this left them out of huge potential market. • Another issue is language and cultural differences between the two. In Asia, people give more value to society as a whole while in West people give more emphasis on individualism. Also Chinese use mandarin for communication while the people in West use English language as their main language and unlike them very few Chinese fortunate to study abroad speak English.
They also possess great, enviable qualities other people wish they had. For example, introverts are great listeners. They don’t need to do the talking, yet people will still love speaking with introverts. Another advantage is that introverts do not need external rewards to keep their minds in focus. Because they love and desire to be alone, that itself is the best reward they can give to himself.
Detective Dee insisted on the truth in the process of handing the case, even if he offended the ruler. In today's society, people do not uphold the truth so as not to violate the authority of the rulers and they have a favorable position for themselves. This is an obvious difference between the film and the reality. In conclusion, Detective Dee and the mystery of the phantom flame gained considerable fame because the plot of the film is compact, the heroine, Carina Lau, is very famous in China, and the film always has a sense of justice. A good movie is not only to the audience feel a strong visual and auditory effects, but after watching the movie people want to express the social significance.
But I don’t quite agree with them. Design stage accounts for 70% of a product’s environmental impact. So if they do decide to design new products for Chinese costumers specially, it would add a lot more impact on the earth and the environment. Besides, is new design really necessary? I do admit that one of the reasons that Ikea had a hard time emerging to Chinese market was that their design and style do not match with traditional Chinese style.
Well, there is a general consensus that this is because of the lack of independent judiciary and the failure of the execution of regulations and laws. It is said that deeper systemic issues need to be addressed or these problems can’t be permanently solved. Some social customs such as exchanging favors, gift-giving and securing patrons for career advancement are the normal part of Chinese people’s life. Although these behaviors may be seen as corrupt through a strict legal perspective, the case would be totally different from a cultural standpoint. It is true that etiquette is very important in daily life as Chinese people believe one never lose anything by politeness, but I think it is necessary to consider if it is suitable to receive or give any benefit.