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  • IKEA Management In China

    IKEA in China and not Chinese IKEA because they believed that Swinishness will make different in China due to no home furnishing companies in China at that time able to do it. The products they introduced to China market with taste and flavor of Swedish. Example the Swedish dishes. With this strong value, IKEA facing the challenge in human resource management and recruitment. They tough to look for right people in China who…

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  • Case Study Roaring Dragon Hotel

    recruited into RDH based on guanxi; primary source of business income was made through guanxi connections and discounts. Jobs at RDH were undemanding, accompanied with all kinds of employee benefits. The organization culture at RDH summoned heedless people. HI’s meteoric introduction of radical changes shocked numberless. Once, the culture started transforming, the nonchalant did not want to muddle through the change and so applied for transfers. RDH started losing aspiring employees, along…

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  • Neo-Confucianism In Ancient China

    consideration of how to write and speak the Confucian tradition” (Prof. Magagna, 07/13) After different ideologies emerged and change, Confucianism became more complicated in its language; therefore, they tried to transparent and make it simple for all people in the world can be read and understand. It was the first step to access to Neo-Confucian renovation. Neo-Confucianism becomes standardization since it is the first time when Confucianism introduce into the canon which is called “Four…

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  • Korean Wave And Pop Culture

    The Korean Wave refers to the cultural phenomenon in which people in the world are willing to adopt and consume Korean popular culture (Jung, 2006). The Korean Wave is the term coined by the Chinese media for the first time to describe the sudden surge in the popularity of Korean culture in China in 2002 (Hogarth, 2013). The Korean Wave usually includes Korean music, dramas, films and games and is a hot cultural change and trend especially in Asian nations today. Korean television drama has been…

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  • Traditional Chinese Medicine Book Review

    3. Traditional Chinese Medicine: The Human Dimension Leung holds a PhD in Health Sociology and currently works as a clinician in Queensland Government in Australia. She grew up in Macau and Hong Kong where TCM was an integral part of people’s daily life. Therefore, her research is from a perspective of social science, emphasising the human expression and connection via TCM, in order to present the best core values of Chinese culture (p. viii). Her primary sources are the interviews with 48…

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  • Joan And Lena Character Analysis

    the daughter of a Chinese immigrant: her mother, Ying-ying, was born and raised in China and married an American man. Lena’s role in the household is that of a translator and peace-keeper for her parents. Like Joan, Lena also lied: not to her spouse, but to her mother. Her mother could not speak fluent English, so Lena was able to embellish stories or tell her mother anything she wanted in order to get what she wanted. For example, Lena once told her mother that Chinese people “were not…

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  • The Joy Luck Club Identity Analysis

    Luck Club tells the story of four pairs of mothers and daughter connecting with their inner self through the difficulties in culture and family. The novel takes place in pre-revolution China and twentieth century San Francisco. The American- born Chinese daughters, Jing-mei (June) Woo, Rose Hsu, Waverly Jong, Lena St. Clair, their immigrant mothers Suyuan Woo, An-mei Hsu, Lindo Jong, Ying-ying St. Clair in the novel The Joy Luck Club all have their own identities in each one of their stories.…

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  • College Admissions Essay: Traveling To Italy

    My flight has been booked, my wardrobe is just about complete, my classes have been picked, and my visa is on its way back from the Chinese consulate. While in Shanghai I hope to become more confident in my speaking and listening skills. I want to be able to confidently have conversations with natives whether it be if I am asking for directions and if I overhear a stranger talking about…

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  • The Influence Of Artificial Intelligence

    Artificial intelligence is “the capability of a machine to imitate intelligent human behavior” (“Artificial Intelligence” par. 2). Artificial intelligence is being used in the modern world for several jobs and uses that humans rely on or come across almost every single day. For example, artificial intelligence is used to write simple reports about sports and other factual topics. In addition, it is also used in technological security in financial industries like credit card fraud security and…

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  • Confucian Beliefs

    Autumn Annals) - extracts from the history of the state of Lu 722-484, said to be compiled by Confucius, Li Ching (Classic of Rites) - consists of three books on the Li (Rites of Propriety)” ( Religionfacts). Confucianism is often represented by the chinese symbol “water” because it is use to represent the…

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