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Employment

  
[ 2005-07-27 22:00:55 pm | Author: Admin ]

Employment presents a great pressure on China due to its huge population, abundant labor resources and economic restructuring. The Chinese government regards increasing employment opportunities as a major strategic task in economic and social development, and controlling the rate of unemployment as a main target in macro-economic regulation and control. It has rationally readjusted
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Chinese People's Consumption

  
[ 2005-07-27 22:00:10 pm | Author: Admin ]
The shortage of daily necessities is now no longer to be found at the Chinese market. Great changes have taken place in the residents' consumption structure. Of the consumption expenditure, the expenses of food, clothing and basic daily utilities have greatly declined; and those of housing, transportation, telecommunications, medical and health care, culture, education and entertainment ...

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Chinese Women

  
[ 2005-07-26 23:05:34 pm | Author: Admin ]
Equal Legal Status

China attaches great importance to providing legal protection for females. Women enjoy equal legal status with men. Now, a comprehensive legal system has come into being to protect the rights and interests of women and promote sexual equality. It takes the Constitution as the basis and the Law on the Protection of Rights and Interests of Women as the core,
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Chinese Population VI

  
[ 2005-07-26 23:04:49 pm | Author: Admin ]
Chinese pay attention to the quality in products and will pay top dollar for it. Chinese newspapers have again and again reported the strict food processing procedures carried out in Kentucky Fried Chicken stores. Therefore, KFC ranks among the best and busiest food outlets in Shanghai. 

Chinese recognize that many of the ways foreigners do things
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Chinese Population V

  
[ 2005-07-26 23:03:55 pm | Author: Admin ]
Chinese don't show emotion easily. They rarely "burst into laughter". A joke that will bring down the house in the West may only get a cordial chuckle out of Chinese. But when your host one day, gives out a hearty laugh with you, you know you are getting a friend. 

Foreigners show their anger but Chinese remember the humiliation. Chinese may know
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Chinese Population IV

  
[ 2005-07-26 23:03:02 pm | Author: Admin ]
Most Chinese are not religious. They are, however, quite superstitious though they will deny this. But you don't give a clock as a gift to a Chinese because the word clock in Chinese is pronounced Zhong, the sound that applies to the meaning of "death". Four is not a lucky number, as it also sounds like "death". Eight is a good number in south China because, in local dialect, ...

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