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  • Six Reasons To Translate Into Chinese Case Study

    Translation Essential: Six Reasons to Translate Into Chinese Your translation dollars only go so far and you need to maximize your return on investment. Why translate into Chinese? Consider these six arguments: 1. China is a market of 1.3 billion consumers. With the Internet, you have access to the vast majority of them. However, if you want the average Chinese consumer to open their wallet for you, you are going to need to approach them in their native language. This is true whether you are an app developer or selling detergent. Plants vs. Zombies is an app that has made a lot of money. It is very popular in China, but this was not always the case. Leo Liu was responsible for bringing the game to China. "We were amazed by how much support we got from our fans in China after we localized Plants vs. Zombies on iPhone into Chinese. The comment boards were flooded with positive comments, and in only three days, the Chinese version reached the number one paid application spot on the China App Store. We’re selling twice as many copies now, in Chinese, than we ever sold in English," he said. 2. The vast majority of Chinese citizens only speak Mandarin and their local dialect. Most do not speak English, Hindi, Japanese, Portuguese, etc. Those who do speak several languages are centered in the main cities like Beijing, Shanghai, and Hong Kong. Studies have shown, repeatedly, that even when consumers can speak and read another language they prefer to make their purchases in…

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  • Negative Essay On Mudslinging

    Not a day goes by in this 2016 election year without hearing the engraving campaign words and phrases such as “Feel the Bern” and “Make America Great Again.” The television in every single living room across the country blares live debates while updating every single American citizen on the status of each candidate. Although there is a mute button for the television, unfortunately, there is no mute button for politics. Ever since the first televised presidential debate in 1960 between John F.…

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  • The Importance Of Choices In Society

    In the past, present and future, it has always been about choices in society nothing different, but the same choices being made in society-no matter what the century, tradition and culture was. There is a choice that is involved in different situations in life- like what the person should do best. What is the individual options and how to proceed it the correct way in any situation they are in, what will him or her benefit from it. Choices can come from laws that the government functions, jobs…

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  • Competitive Advantage Of Honeywell's Business Strategy?

    Strategic advantage Over the last decade, Honeywell has been able to increase annual sales exponentially and amplify its acquisitions. By diving the organization into three Strategic Business Groups (SBG), Aerospace, Automation and Control Solutions, and Performance Materials and Technologies, they have been able to better execute their strategy and focus on the global market (Honeywell.com, 2016). In an effort to continue the growth globally in the organization and to maintain a strong…

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  • School Uniforms Pros And Cons

    Public schools in the United States have never fully adopted a school uniform like most private and religious schools have. Public schools do have a very descriptive dress code that they add to set the standards for how to properly dress for school. The schools normally involve rules that exclude inappropriate clothing for numerous reasons. Now, schools are starting to adopt the use of school uniforms. The reasoning is because the idea of school uniforms is theorized to benefit the learning…

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  • Importance Of My Story Corps

    When entering this English 101 course, I did not know what to expect. I knew the course was going to be a lot of writing and work, but I would be able to get through it. A nervousness did fall over me while I started my first writing assignment. I knew I had a lot of improvement to do when it came to writing essays. I soon realized that college essays were nowhere near what someone would find in a high school setting. I soon came to the realization that I had very many issues throughout my…

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  • Personal Experience: The First 12 Years Of My Life

    The first 12 years of my life I avoided reading or writing because I associated it with school work and if there was one thing I avoided at all cost it was that. My first year and a half of school was on a tiny island named Guam and the school was probably far, far below any standards back then. The teachers could spank the children in front of the class and my teacher in particular chose a whale bone as the weapon of choice. I think one of the hardest things was that we were not taught in…

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  • Relationship Between Human Dignity And Practical Reason

    The relation between human dignity and practical reason is the justification of practically rational viewpoint which argues for the rationality normative status of the concept of human dignity in the action. The stand of this relation argues for how all human agents must necessarily accept that they are committed and obligated to respecting the dignity of others and that this is a practically rational point of view without rejecting the substantive nature of human dignity as value and the prior…

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  • Compare And Contrasting The Water Market

    Along with the development of the earth is a series of social events need to be addressed, such as population growth, food shortages and water shortages in many parts of the world. Specifically, people in Australia are facing with the threat of water shortage in the future. This problem has created an economic problem and urged the Australian government to find the solutions for this problem. This essay will explain the economic problem and answer the question how do markets attempt to solve the…

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  • Importance Of Principalship Practicum Action Inquiry

    Principalship Practicum Action Inquiry Statement of the Problem After the No Child Left Behind Act (2001) the state of Texas continues raising the academic standards for students as well as the requirements for teachers (TEA, 2014). With these increments, an obvious academic gap it is reflected at L. A. Gililland Elementary. It is important that the administrator pay close attention in how teacher could collaborate among each other to analyze and create goals with the proper teaching strategies…

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