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    What Is Ethical?

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    engaged in business practices that are corrupt, according to the report by the Hong Kong Independent Commission, the executive of the McDonalds restaurant was being given additional money in all his beef patties, lettuce, cheese, and the special sauce. The managing director of McDonalds Restaurant Lau Si-sing was sentenced at the District Court in Hong Kong because of taking approximately 2.5million dollars of Hong Kong from a Thailand supplier in illegal kickbacks and asked him to lie to the…

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    "Honorable Judge.." I began with a nervous smile. I skimmed through the notes I had made during all those hours of research for the past two weeks. Sadly it was of no help; I had to say whatever came to my mind right then. This was debate after all. I glanced up, and caught the eye of my coach at the back. I hated disappointing the people who believed in me, and I knew my coach had more belief in me than I could ever muster. I took a deep breath, and I started to speak. The topic was about…

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    Neespresso Case Study

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    market entry approaches and the levels of involvement in international markets and the peril and control in market entry, it has been concluded that ‘Direct Exporting’ should be applied in exporting the Nespresso coffee to Hong Kong. To be precise, a local distributor in Hong Kong will be chosen as a dire distributor to distribute coffee Nespresso to target leading supermarkets and convenient stores. Marketing Mix Recommendations The Concept of Product Life Cycle Product life cycle (PLC) is the…

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    and indifferent. The authoritarian parenting style has been common and ‘tiger mom’ is very popular in Hong Kong and other Asian countries. In this paper, I will introduce the phenomenon, analyze the negative effects, and share my view on authoritative and authoritarian parenting style. According to Chao (1994), “Chinese parenting has often been described as controlling or authoritarian.” In Hong Kong, many parents want their children to "win at the starting line" in this competitive…

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    face race identity in United States. In my personal experience, I face race identity in United States. My parents immigrated to United States many years ago. I was born in America. At the age of 7, my parents took me and moved to Hong Kong. I have been raised in Hong Kong for many years. I consider and identify myself as Chinese. I came back to America a few years ago. Some people identify me as Chinese-American instead of Chinese. Therefore, I realize…

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    Insecurity Research Paper

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    I don?t really understand myself as a person. I tend not to focus on myself due to my insecurity which makes writing this essay a bit hard to write let alone understand what I need to write. Let me start off by saying that I never really did fit into a certain group of people until around the 8th grade. I never really interacted with people. I always thought that was the norm since no one really talked to me. My background, my ethnicity is pretty basic. Mexican-American with a hint of Indian,…

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    Benefits Of Sweatshops

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    developed. Sweatshops have transformed the economy of many underdeveloped countries to developed ones. Not a long ago, Hong-Kong and Singapore were having a number of sweatshops. These sweatshops improved their condition to the extent that now they are one of the most important economies of world. “Those are precisely the jobs that were the stepping stone for Singapore and Hong Kong, and are the jobs that have…

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    towards China, Hong Kong and some other Asian countries and regions. According from the report of an executive director of Marketing & International, the company planned to carry out further investments to the Asian markets by modernizing the stores, entering more key cities to reach larger range both through the physical stores and the network shops and growing the food stores at city center or some scenic spots (Marks & Spencer Outlines 2015 Investment Plans For China, Hong Kong,2015), which…

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    population with limited public resources, the public services such as health care would lose equity between the wealth and the poor. For example, in Hong Kong, rich people are more health than the poor (Chung, 2015), because they can afford the high expends in private health care and extremely high house price. As for living conditions in Hong Kong, low-income people live in the narrow, damp and dirty places so that people have negative effects on their health, meanwhile the resources of health…

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    2. LITERATURE REVIEW 2.1 Relationship between Job Satisfaction and Turnover Intention Herzberg’s Two-Factor Theory is a remarkable theory which stated that certain factors in the working environment that cause job satisfaction while a separate set of factors causes dissatisfaction. The psychologist Frederick Herzberg was the one who developed this theory and theorized job satisfaction and job dissatisfaction act independently of each other. Most researchers recognize job satisfaction is…

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