Color in Chinese culture

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  • Chinese Culture: The Importance Of Doing Business In China

    conduct business with the Chinese. It is important to understand the cultural differences, different values, and proper etiquette when conducting business in China as an American or it can result in a loss of a potential market that would have been beneficial to the American economy. According to Graham & Lam (2003) “The root cause: a failure on the American side to understand the much broader context of Chinese culture and values, a problem that too often leaves Western negotiators both flummoxed and flailing” (p. 71). This suggests that Americans can solve the main reason for loosing potential business partners in China by…

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  • Panda Express Synthesis Essay

    represent an authentic Chinese culture and cuisine. Yet some who are not very familiar with the authentic Chinese culture and cuisine, and like Panda Express, might want to know more about Chinese culture. With the upcoming Chinese New Year, Panda Express posted an infomercial video that are intended to children who are not familiar with Chinese culture in America. It explains the legend of Chinese New Year with the use of colorful cartoon, a girl as its main character and narrator, along with…

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  • Mother-Daughter Relationships In Amy Tan's The Joy Luck Club

    themselves and their cultures. The St. Clair and Jong mothers, both use the terrible circumstances they faced in their marriages in China to reach…

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  • Honeywell-Bull Negotiation

    important factor in the negotiation process, Chinese people believe that providing personal favors is the cornerstone of the business. The dynamics of face play a role in the interpersonal relationships, which determine people’s willingness to bargain or cooperate in business. During communications, Chinese businessmen use indirectness, praising, intermediaries, shaming, and requests to save face and give face (Cardon & Scott, 2003). Honeywell-Bull offers a good example of the importance of…

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  • Shadowing Experiences And Influences On The Field Of Medicine

    to understand many complex scientific concepts. While I was in Syosset High School, I remember that it did not have any Chinese related club despite the fact that my high school had a relatively high population of chinese people. Thus, in order to make a club that represents the Chinese population of my school, my Chinese friends and I decided to create a club. First we had to find at the very least 15 enthusiastic members who were willing to join. By verbally advertising and persuading people…

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  • Confucian Influence On Business Relations

    impact than the rules or principles on Chinese modern business relations. Under the influence of close interpersonal relationship from Confucianism, traditional moral standards, and historical war stratagems, personal relations become the critical factor instead of legal instruments in the business process. First, Confucianism served as the core value of Chinese society for more than two thousand years and remain its influence on Chinese business behavior today. Interpersonal relationships, a…

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  • Moon Orchid Analysis

    Island, the wives of Chinese immigrants more often than not became a memory of the world these men were leaving behind. American policymakers dictated, “In 1884, a California court interpreted the 1882 Exclusion Act to mean that Chinese immigrants could not send for their wives. As a result, families were separated for years, or even decades.” (AAIJ). This law would not be repealed until 1943, before the husband of Brave Orchid’s sister, Moon Orchid would travel to America with the hopes of…

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  • Cheongsam Fashion Analysis

    China’s most popular celebrities currently flaunting the garment in award shows and public event. With the proliferation of social media and the widespread reach of mainstream communication platforms such as television and newspapers, the Cheongsam has been made part of a revitalization movement of Chinese culture against the prevalent western trends that dominate most of modern Chinese…

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  • Thanksgiving In China

    Not one country has the same customs and cultures as another. The world is very diverse in the sense that there are so many different people that come from all over. During the interview process, I learned many things about China’s special foods, the role of women in society, family life and their educational system. The first thing that Li and I talked about is foods, because each culture has special food. Talking about the special foods in China, Li mentioned that, “they do not celebrate…

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  • Ang Lee's Pushing Hands, Wedding Banquet, And Eat Drink Man Woman

    Pushing Hands (1992), Wedding Banquet (1993), and Eat Drink Man Woman (1994) are Ang Lee’s award-winning trilogy that established his unprecedented success in both film critic and global market. In Ma’s article, he defined Ang Lee’s trilogy as domestic tragicomedy, the word “domestic” refers to not only family, but also nation and Chinese culture; and “tragicomedy” indicates the elaborated melancholic immigrant culture in both Chinese and Chinese diaspora with a light-hearted tone (193). Indeed,…

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