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
However, Chinese immigrants are treated unfairly because more complex reasons. These reasons include historical problems, Chinese-American cultural differences and competitive level (include education level and English level also the specialize skills). For Chinese immigrants, they contribute a lot of America society both in the technology and economy according to the public affairs television; however, many Chinese-Americans think they are “living in the jail” with no civil rights. (Public Affairs Television, Between Two Worlds) signal phrase The conflicts is caused by the competitive. In one way, Chinese are trained to get good grade in the exam.
After 15 years living in Korea, I moved to the United States because my parents wanted me to learn more English. Even though I studied English for so many years, my new environment had a completely new culture and speaking in English was very difficult for me because everyone around me were Americans, who are obviously fluent in speaking English. Studying different
Some people who have misunderstanding or culture shock created by non-verbal behavior. For instance, South American prefer has eye contact, touching or smiling (Davis). But Asian hate having eye contact because they feel uncomfortable of direct eye contact. For family or teacher, they keep eye contact for respect. Other example is Asian is very introverted and restrained.
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.
Global in globalization mean universal and “lization” that mean process. So from globalization can be mean process of spreading new element in the form of information ideas, lifestyle and also technology. People also believe that globalization can change this world, globalization can through every economic and the social aspect also. For develop country they can expand their ideologies and others to richer their country, and for the developing country they also has big opportunity to grow up and develop their country more. From that point we know that because of globalization gap between every country in this world smaller, because globalization can make far relation look near.
Globalization is the circulation of ideas and culture in a global scale. It has made the world become increasingly interconnected as a result of increased trade and cultural exchange. Culture can be defined as shared patterns of learned behaviour, attitudes and knowledge. Some of the positive impacts of globalization is that it helps spread culture globally, exposing other people to different cultures, it also instils common values and interest in people creating a more united society. However, globalization also diminishes the presence of local culture in favour of a more influential one and homogenizes society.
In America during 1978, the average male worker earned $48,000. In contrast, the average member of the one percent earned $390,000, or eight times more. By 2010, male US worker’s wages from the middle-classes had declined to $33,000 whilst the 1 percent earned $1.1 million, or 33 times as much. As the wealthy experience this cumulative income, middle classes’ wages stagnate or weaken. Revenues and benefits go to the wealthy at the expense of everyone else.
The disadvantage that China will face with this mixed market system is that many hundreds of millions of people still remain poor because most of whom live in more isolated interior regions of country away from prosperous coast; therefore creating a gap between rich and poor. Besides that, the taxation money that the government takes from the citizen which is used for development of the country is only done in the prosperous coast leaving out the other regions of the country. Furthermore, the employees the works for foreign company has to pay high tax rate compare to the government employees (Jerry w; 2011), (Nation Master;
This weakness places responsibility on the purchasing function of the micro environment to ensure better quality goods and raw materials are sourced out and negotiate favourable rates. • It has also been associated with being cheap-looking and cluttered with untidy stores. There is also poor assistance to customers in the store. All these factors can be directly linked to management and poor employee supervision within the internal environment. • A lot of the clothing is imported from China resulting in poor quality goods and size issues, as well as an unhealthy association with Chinese Sweatshops and supporting child slavery.