外国人眼里的中国

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  我的文章摘自QUORA,初衷是给大家听听老外眼里的中国,是不是中国人熟视无睹的中国? 他们和我们一样,也喜欢和他们的国家对比,对比的同时,他们的祖国又是如何呢。
  他们给我们带来了不同的视角来看东西方。
  我因为有工作,工作也忙,而且美国工作时间最好不要干私活,不要玩手机。所以别指望上班和国内一样聊天看网页了。也犹豫是不是要开个帖子。主要是太浪费时间了。。


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楼主桑田岛 时间:2020-01-13 12:37:06
  随机打开论坛,我的兴趣范围里的第一篇是这个,也算机缘巧合,因为我也来自苏州:



  我在中国(江苏苏州)生活和工作已经两年多了。

  去过51个大大小小的城市。看到乡村和大城市。从一个外国人的角度,让我给你一个快速的视图给你展示中国是如何做得比西方好得多:

  无论白天黑夜,中国都是安全的。
  非暴力是中国的一种文化。
  没有移民危机:需要我解释吗?你不能非法进入中国。可能会有一些例外,但不会像你在英国和美国看到的那样(数千人试图进入美国南部边境)。
  经济增长:尽管有经济放缓的消息,中国的GDP增长率仍然在5%左右,比西方要好得多。
  中国菜:老兄,西方的饮食全是垃圾食品,披萨,汉堡。所有的碳水化合物。令人惊讶的是,以西餐为主的生活方式导致了健康流行病。例如,现在全世界大约有5亿糖尿病患者(一种碳水化合物/糖疾病)。几十年前,这个数字还不到2000万至少,你应该监测你的空腹血糖水平。
  中国文化价值观:中国非常重视家庭制度。中国的离婚率仍然比西方低得多。
  网上购物:嗯,亚马逊很烂。他们仍然不提供与卖家的实时聊天。难怪亚马逊(.cn和。com)在中国的表现非常糟糕。他们就是无法与淘宝这样的本地巨头竞争。
  中国女孩:她们清瘦、甜美、有教养、有女人味。中国是一个寻找爱情和结婚的好地方。高铁:中国基础设施的发展可以从高铁的形式中感受到。如果你在澳大利亚或美国坐过长途火车,你就知道它们有多快。
  付款钱包:在中国你不需要携带现金。用手机扫描二维码就可以了。现在甚至连这个都被人脸识别系统取代了。
  医疗设施:在一家典型的中国医院,我大约要花10元人民币(1.5美元)去看医生。医疗费用比西方国家低得多。每个城市都有很多医院。另外,不要盲目相信西方媒体,他们通常不会告诉你全部真相。就连英国广播公司(BBC)和《卫报》(Guardian)也在进行针对中国的西方宣传。这是不正确的。
  中国是一个可爱的国家。我爱中国!对于像我这样的外国人来说,在中国生活唯一的挑战就是语言。如果你能学习普通话,你将在这里生活得很愉快。

  I have been living and working in China (Suzhou, Jiangsu province) for over two years now. Been to 51 cities, big and small. Seen countrysides and mega cities.

  From a foreigners perspective, let me give you a quick helicopter view about how China is doing lot better than the West:
  China is safe, day or night. Nonviolence is a culture in China.
  No immigration crisis: need I explain? You just can't enter China illegally. Some exceptions might be there, but nothing like what you see in the UK and USA (a caravan of thousands trying to enter southern border of USA).
  Growing economy: despite all news of slowing economy, Chinese GDP growth rate is still about 5%, much better than the West.
  Chinese food: Man, the whole western diet is full of junk food, pizza, burger. All carbs. What's surprise that the western food oriented lifestyle has lead to health epidemic. For example, now we have about 500 miliion people world wide with diabetes (a carb/sugar disease). A few decades ago, it was hardly 20mn. Go eat more pizza, and the time will teach you lessons. To the least, you should monitor your fasting blood sugar levels.
  Chinese cultural values: in China, there is a huge emphasis on family system. Divorce rates are still much lower in China than that in the west.
  Online shopping: Well, Amazon sucks. They still don't provide live chat with the sellers. No wonder, in China Amazon (both .cn and .com) sucked very badly. They just couldn't compete with the local giants like Taobao.
  Chinese girls: they are skinny, sweet, nurturing and feminine. China is a great place to find love and get married.
  High-speed trains: China's infrastructure development could be felt in the form of the high-speed trains. If you have taken a long distance train in Australia or USA, you know how fast they are.
  Payment wallet: you don't need to carry cash in China. Just scan tbe QR codes using phone. Now even that is being replaced by the face recognition system.
  Medical facilities: in a typical Chinese hospital, it'd cost me about RMB 10 (US$ 1.5) to meet the doctor. The medical expenses are much lower than in the western countries. There are good number of hospitals in each city.
  Also, don't blindly trust the western media, they often don't tell you the whole truth. Even the BBC and Guardian run western propaganda against China. That's not right.
  China is a sweet and loving county.
  I love China!
  The only challenge about living in China, to a foreigner like me, is the language. If you can learn the Mandarin language, you will have a great time living here.
  In case you are still struggling with mysterious Chinese characters, here are some of my personal tips:
  How to Learn Fast Reading Mandarin Chinese Characters?
  If you wanna know more about dating and relationship drama in China, feel free to stop by:
楼主桑田岛 时间:2020-01-13 12:59:46
  我在上海住了三年,在一所大学工作
  。我住在一个普通的公寓里,在一个普通的城区里,坐地铁去上班。我想说这是一种乐趣。
  上海的生活是激动人心的,友好的,有益的。
  我还经常去北京和无锡,那里也有很多呈现。在我看来,中国生活有趣的
  是以下几点:美味的食物,到处都是,你有时间吃;
  中国人很有趣;精力充沛,机智,足智多谋,能很快地分享笑声或微笑;
  我和那里的人玩得很开心!甚至还带了一个回家,先去了英国,然后去了瑞典。
  有趣的外国人随处可见;
  在中国你会遇到比在国内更有趣的人;
  来到中国的西方人通常都是非常有资格的人,有着不同寻常的观点,和他们一起出去玩很好,他们也会想去;
  城市令人心旷神怡;
  巨大的,炫目的,各种机会和奇奇怪怪的东西,将会无休止地娱乐你;
  你可以成为中国的某个人;
  一切都发展得太快了,在你意识到之前,你已经是某个公司的总经理了,有了自己的团队;
  我可以肯定地说,中国“造就了我”,因为我在那里得到了在国内永远得不到的机会。我在九个国家生活过,从新西兰来到中国。当时我没有任何期待,但还是感到惊喜。
  这里有一些我在上海过的非常普通的生活的照片,中国人也可以享受到,而不仅仅是那些签了合同的西方人(我的公寓也可以租给一个普通的中国家庭)。
  (照片 ,食物略)
楼主桑田岛 时间:2020-01-13 13:36:34
  两年前我从芝加哥搬到北京,以前从未离开家乡超过四天。
  我的第一次飞行是带着我所有的东西,来到中国。说实话,我期待的挑战比我实际遇到的要多得多。
  语言很难,我来这里已经两年了,基本上我说话就像一个两岁的孩子。也就是说,我很难学习的部分原因是因为每个人都想和我练习英语,所有的日常工作(地铁、公共汽车、大多数建筑)都有英语和汉语,大多数菜单都有图片。我不必*必须*学中文才能相处得很好。

  作为一名高中教师,我有时会感到沮丧,因为我的学生往往不理解批判性思维,或者认为犯错没什么大不了,否则这更多的是一个有趣的发现,而不是挑战。

  有些事我们不谈。有时我的VPN会减慢社交媒体的速度。否则....生活并不比在美国更有挑战性,而且在很多方面(至少对我来说),挑战性要小得多。
楼主桑田岛 时间:2020-01-13 13:45:25
  达伦·休斯,《生活在中国》(2012年至今)2018年2月24日回复

  中国不适合每个人,也不是每个人都应该去中国生活,因为很多人会讨厌中国。

  请注意,我对英国也有同样的看法,很多人也不会适应在那里生活。

  我爱中国,但那花了两年时间才实现——所以要知道你将经历一个适应阶段。耐心点,事情会好起来的。

  每一天都是一场冒险,每一天都有有趣的事情发生或者你看到有趣的事情那里的

  食物很棒——我喜欢中国菜,那是一种很棒的美食,那是我现在吃的所有东西,我甚至不再去肯德基(我的城市里没有马卡)。

  人很好——当然有丁字裤和安全帽,但是到处都有,大多数中国人都很友好

  这是非常非常安全的——妈妈担心她在英国的大儿子,我不得不去‘妈妈,我在这里比在家里安全多了’,这让她放心了。入室抢劫、抢劫之类的事是闻所未闻的。人们很悠闲,没有空气紧张的事情即将开始,在英国,压力无处不在,人们即将爆炸的最小的事情,中国人真的很悠闲,对住在这里的一件事是,压力从我的身体正在慢慢流失,是可爱
  它不是一个沉迷规则的地方——如果你想骑摩托车不戴头盔,那么没有人会阻止你,甚至没有交通警察,但如果你从摩托车上掉下来,你的头裂纹在路上,然后妈妈和爸爸不会得到任何混合涂料支出对你毫无价值的屁股。

  它不是一个警察国家——警察真的很悠闲,而且相当友善、礼貌、有人情味。他们不是恃强凌弱的人——他们也不是很有帮助,但如果有人要犯下重大的重罪,他们就会知道。

  对中国人来说,这是一个激动人心的时代,虽然还没有到来,但我们已经处在“从来没有这么好”的上升阶段。

  目前这是一个好地方,中国人越来越富,能够去更多的地方签证限制解除,他们能够购买的消费品的星球——这使得中国一个非常积极的地方。

  没有说谎的政客们在电视上,我没有听电视上的另一个恶心的政客,因为他们没有给我的谎言让我可以投票给他们

  我不需要忍受毫无价值的政客喷屎--不像在英国,现在我知道为什么我住在那里时我总是心情不好
  我将改写伟大的经典电影《一场蛋奶酥》的开场白,米歇尔·波卡尔德谈论法国的伟大,为什么它是世界上最好的国家(因为它拥有你想要的一切),它是这样说的。
楼主桑田岛 时间:2020-01-13 13:47:53
  最初的回答是:去中国生活的十大理由是什么?

  1. 这是一个美丽、迷人、迷人的地方。

  2. 一旦人们觉得他们认识你了,他们会来帮助你做任何事。

  3.几乎到处都有好吃的食物。

  4. 这里有丰富的历史和文化,可以让你忙上十辈子。

  5. 到处都是美妙的新城市,成千上万的企业家试图娱乐你,喂你吃的,或卖给你一些新的东西。

  6. 这些花园是用高超的艺术和令人难以置信的园艺技术设计的。城市道路两旁都是树篱、树木、灌木和植物。

  7. 在中国城市间开车是一个梦想,拥有一流的高速基础设施,尽管每天都会有一些新东西让你的GPS感到困惑。

  8. 城际列车是世界上最快、最干净、最舒适的列车。

  9. 在教育、餐饮、创意产业和小企业等领域,有很多适合外国人的工作机会。

  10. 年轻人是现代的,智慧的,有乐趣的。
楼主桑田岛 时间:2020-01-13 13:51:37
  太酷了,我刚找到一篇文章,是关于为什么搬到中国是值得的十大原因


  以下是移居中国的十大理由(我把安全放在首位)。
  时间和金钱。人们搬家的首要原因对中国来说,得到的钱比他们能得到的要多在家里做着同样的工作。

  外国人在中国生活和工作他们所擅长的工作薪水很高,因此,他们不仅有更多的钱,也有更多的自由时间,给他们更多的自由做他们认为合适。

  廉价的产品和服务。不仅会你在中国赚了更多的钱,但是你可以省下更多的钱普通的物品和服务,你通常会花两倍多的钱买回家。

  文化。看到和经历一个不同的世界其中有几千年历史的文化名列前茅移居中国的原因。这就是为什么看到所有这些令人惊奇的东西中国必须提供的视野是最重要的原因之一人们首先会移居中国。

  安全。另一件事是西方人文化不习惯是中国的安全。这并不是说中国没有任何犯罪,尽管美国有三倍的犯罪犯罪率比中国高。另外,速率中国的暴力犯罪很低,而且是零星的,所以只在中国发生罕见的场合。

  性别平等。男人不仅更尊重女人对于女性来说,中国与西方国家相比,反之亦然女性更容易获得高薪的管理职位吗与其他国家相比。这是因为有一种尊重性别平等在中国文化中根深蒂固。

  更少的压力。而不是垂直的微观管理景观的传统西方职业,经理在中国认可员工的技能,给他们自由在没有经常检查他们的进度的情况下完成任务监视他们的进展。

  景色。中国文化是一个丰富的历史,与充满活力的色彩走到一起,从时尚的一切到了晚上,大城市的每个角落都可以看到耀眼的灯光。该建筑还具有一些优雅的mot以其精湛的工艺和精湛的做工而闻名于世细节。

  音乐。中国的音乐也不拘一格。不只有从美国来中国巡演的乐队,但是也有才华横溢的现场音乐家社区谁作出贡献的几乎所有类型的音乐产业。

  食物。正宗的中国菜也是多样化。中国人加入香料的方式创造独特和美味的菜肴往往让外国侨民感到惊讶和保持他们会回来索取更多。

  机会。而美国曾经被称为机会之地,即使是高技能和受过良好教育的人个人经常会发现很难找到和维持工作。由于中国经济的不断发展,这个国家正经历着巨大的变化几乎每个行业都在增长。结果,到处都是公司中国正在寻找有经验、有能力的年轻专业人士以及帮助公司发展的知识。中国经济也是如此其中最友好的企业家谁正在寻求使他们的在中国建立一个新的商业合资企业。
作者:让一切随风去吧1 时间:2020-01-14 10:07:06
  还有更多他们想象不到的事
作者:ty_雨季855 时间:2020-01-14 19:47:39
  写的很好很真实,虽然老外们只是管中窥豹,他们也只是在他所处于的一个身份地位以及工作岗位上,来管窥我们。肯定不能够细腻的了解我们这个社会。
  但是我们确实实现了巨大的飞跃,无论是在制造业,经济活跃度,文化教育,医疗方面都是让人自豪的。
  中国人很善良,热情,就如我们外出旅游的看法是一致的。
  食物方面,我们有灿烂的古文化,各民族的融合,所以我们的饮食是丰富多彩的。这一点,我估计一般国家比不上的,虽然我从没去过其他地方。
  安全方面我们做的很好,这个与遍地开花的摄像头有关系,也和我们国家政府部门的努力有关。
  建设和环境绿化等等也应该是一流,因为在这方面政府对城市的投资更大。
  说到规则,这个绝对是一个负分的存在,我们任重道远。
  说到犯罪,我相信我们的犯罪很少,因为很少有人敢去挑战权威和法律,我们的很善于忍耐。当然这个只能说刚刚及格。

作者:平和恬淡 时间:2020-01-15 16:09:05
  那,为什么出去的人那么多呢?
  • pengpima: 举报  2020-01-15 17:02:45  评论

    评论 平和恬淡:中国也要扩大影响力,中国人去国外的多了,中国的影响力也会大。想当年,英国那么点人,还搞了个日不落。中国人那么多,现在国家强大了,出去的人肯定也会越来越多。
  • ty_雨季855: 举报  2020-01-17 17:07:10  评论

    评论 平和恬淡:伊朗移民到加拿大的人数超过了中国。大都是投资移民。
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楼主桑田岛 时间:2020-01-18 12:28:40
  你怎么看中国人

  当然,就每个人而言,中国人当然也各不相同。根据我的经验,我无法对中国人做出任何普遍性的评论,但这并不能阻止我做出一些概括。需要说明的是,我知道这些东西并不是植根于某种种族差异,也不是在任何时候都以某种方式将所有核心植入所有中国人中。

  我去过印度,例如,印度人见面后就外向得多,邀请我去他们家吃饭。因此,我认为中文虽然友好,但还是有点保留。实际上,与美国人没有什么不同。

  中国人很有礼貌。中国人是很棒的主人,非常慷慨,关心客人的舒适度。有时候,它有点像美国人,而我会更乐意独自一人,但总的来说很好。另外,作为外国人,我很难读懂所有这些背后的真相。他们是否真的不想再给我很棒的芝士蛋糕帮忙,还是只是彬彬有礼?他们是真的要我喝茶还是还是希望我已经走了?

  中国人有相当负面的。这适用于中国大陆。天啊。人们坚信万事万物,万事万物。我很难理解这一点,因为我在过去25年中看到了巨大的进步,但是我一直都在听到一切都充满希望。他们也并不真正信任他们不认识的其他中国人。我对他们的信任远胜于他们彼此的信任。他们告诉我不要。


  总的来说,我发现中国人有些肤浅。并非所有的中国人都只在乎钱,但后来我去了一家购物中心,看到穿着昂贵衣服的人。当然,美国人也可能很肤浅。但是中国有很多丰富而深刻的艺术和哲学传统,我希望有更多的人加入其中。在中国,我倾向于与我可以交往的人-教授,艺术家,居住在国外的人。

  中国人真的是无自我意识的。 (与美国人相比)。即使他们唱歌不好,他们也会很乐意唱卡拉OK。他们在公园里跳舞。一个人会骑着一辆装饰有小马装饰的亮粉色自行车,骑车去上班。他们走来,碰到你的手臂。他们将车停在马路中间,并造成巨大的交通堵塞。他们将在宜家小睡。无论身在何处,他们都将接听电话并大声讲话。他们将在禁止吸烟标志下点亮一支香烟。我发现其中很多令人耳目一新。有时我认为这有点不礼貌。 (真的,您只是要停车挡路?)当他们去美国时,他们必须更加注意社会期望与给公共意识。

  我并不认为中国人非常以家庭为中心(现在我会惹恼别人)。我看到了一个政府的食品计划,为了让中国人比世界上其他人都更爱他们的家人,这一切都是梦dream以求的。中国人在乎自己的家庭,如果每个人都不能在大假期里回家,每个人都会感到难过。但是全世界的人也是如此。我从事老年护理研究。真的不是那样的梦想。通常,这让人感到悲伤。 (美国人原本应该真的非常爱自己的孩子,但有些人仍然是可怕的父母。)我确实发现中国人认为他们以家庭为导向,这对于与外国人互动的中国人来说,是中国人身份认同的重要方面或住在国外的人。

  我最了解的人群是在1970年代出生并仍在中国的城市一代,我发现他们对自己的生活不满意。大多数情况下,他们有家庭和工作,但他们不喜欢自己的工作,常常想知道是否应该与配偶离婚,他们讨厌教育制度,但觉得自己必须坚持下去。他们的生活有些空虚,毫无意义。他们开始感到更多的钱并不能使他们高兴,但似乎不知道该向何处去。 (最幸福的人开始了自己的事业,并正在中国或国际旅行。)

  我对中国人有什么看法?我认为他们是人,就像任何地方的人一样。大多数都很好。有些是混蛋。他们受到生活在特定时间和地点的环境的影响,这在一定程度上有所不同
楼主桑田岛 时间:2020-01-18 12:51:24
  好吧,这是我第三年在中国居住/工作(江苏苏州)。我现在的老板是中国人。当然,所有同事也是中国人。来中国之前,我在新加坡获得博士学位,而我的博士导师也是中国人。实际上,大约十年来,我一直与华人社区有着密切的联系。因此,我认为我有资格回答这个问题。

  坦白地说,我对中国和中国人民有很好的看法。通常它们有甜有酸,但从不坏。因此,我可以写一些关于它们的书(请参阅个人资料)。这是我个人观察的快速清单:

  中国人民善于彼此交流问题。他们快速有效地沟通。他们很快解决了他们的问题。大声的争论很少见。
  他们往往很热情,欢迎外国人。
  他们通常对外国和文化感到好奇。因此,如果他们用问题轰炸您,请不要感到惊讶。其中一些问题可能非常个人化(年龄,工资)。如果您不满意回答,请一开始就礼貌地告诉他们。相关:中国问年龄文化。
  他们没有吹牛的习惯(就像我们外国人在Facebook,Instagram等上那样)
  太忙于生活,工作,学习等
  对政治问题不太感兴趣
  几乎是杂食动物。这也是他们能够在世界不同地区生存和发展的原因。
  宗教不多
  结婚对他们来说非常重要,最好在30岁之前结婚。
  中国女人像男人一样控制自己的男人。一方面,他们说男人和女人是平等的;另一方面,他们希望自己潜在的男朋友/丈夫买房子,汽车等。电影《虎妈》值得一看。
  这里的男人经常用贷款买房,并在未来几十年每月分期付款。这是一种完善的文化。
  一般以家庭为导向
  努力工作,勤奋。他们经常在周末工作。
  通常在晚上睡觉前洗个澡
  在赚钱方面非常实用
  他们向您询问有关工作的实际问题,但经常询问有关婚姻和家庭的老派问题。很难找到中国人质疑婚姻和家庭(在他/她实际结婚之前)
  他们为自己的文化感到自豪
  八卦。他们一直试图寻找新话题来八卦。他们经常对彼此造成巨大的社会压力。
  中国人是非暴力的。我从未在中国感到不安全。
  中国女性通常很漂亮。
  在中国,发胖并不常见。
  尽管中国人想结交新朋友,但他们似乎并不擅长。他们通常与同一群人闲逛多年。这也是大多数同事都嫁给前同学的原因。 ;)
楼主桑田岛 时间:2020-01-18 13:00:27
  他们中的大多数人通过经验,中国谚语,传统药物以及与家庭的不间断联系,代代相传。
  尊重父母和祖父母。
  他们中的大多数人都在经营自己的生意,他们通常没有时间参与其他世界的滋扰和干扰。
  用钱很明智。
  他们大多数都是非常好的学生,
  他们喜欢外出就餐,主要是在家庭环境中。
  他们大多数人不喝酒,
  所有人都喜欢绿茶。
  一开始与他们开展业务非常困难,
  最爱麻将
  大多数女性喜欢绿色的真正翡翠手镯和珠宝。
  他们中的大多数人喜欢真丝绸和养殖珍珠。
  他们确实知道所有美味的食物。
  相信由于语言障碍,大多数中国大陆人都非常储备。
  上帝非常乐意给她们的女孩以极大的灵活性,而不是增加体重,在大多数情况下,她们的皮肤和丝滑的头发都很美。
  通常,大多数中国女孩都很有礼貌,温柔而害羞。
  他们几乎所有人都爱他们的孩子,这为他们的生活投入了大量资源。
  他们几乎所有人都喜欢园艺,即使只是一小块。
  总的来说:我有很多中国邻居,他们的生活很平衡,在加拿大,他们通常不是很贪婪,并且在疯狂的老鼠赛跑中四处奔走。
  他们中的大多数人都喜欢去赌场
  他们大多数人都有自己的迷信,并且相信风水,
  我相信,他们的小男孩比任何其他国籍更喜欢电子游戏。
楼主桑田岛 时间:2020-01-18 13:02:35
  1-中国人非常关注家内。他们总是在一起,他们会为父母,兄弟,姐妹和其他家庭成员做任何事情。
  2-食品仅此于家庭。因为中国菜就是一切,而晚餐是一种仪式。
  3.中国人非常努力。中国人工作很多,他们很努力。在学校,一名典型的老师每周七天每天大约工作12个小时,每周要教20堂课,并且在办公室里花费数小时的时间。他们相信,如果不尽全力,至少会有100人可以更好,更快,愉快地完成工作,他们可能是正确的。在中国开办企业非常容易,因此人们通常会在当地做饭并在街上出售。他们很可能从早上6点到晚上10点工作,而不会休息(他们在没有顾客的情况下就吃东西)。

  4-他们坚持一件事情/一份工作,每天都以同样的方式做。例如,英语口语老师不会教写作或阅读-他/她的职业是教口语,因此,如果学生来到该老师的办公室并问如何写单词,他/她将被遣送给另一位老师,负责写作!!
  5-没有受过教育的中国人可能令人感到恶心(在非中国人眼中);捏他们的鼻子,随地吐痰,大便便便,在街上撒尿,然后大声吃饭。
  6-我对他们不满意的是根据他们的标准来评判外国人。例如,如果您不遵循他们的文化传统,他们会认为您不尊重您而不是华裔!看在上帝的份上,如果我们在一起吃晚饭时不喝酒,那是因为我不喜欢喝酒,不是因为我想不尊重你!
  我爱中国,而且我打算在这里住很长时间。
楼主桑田岛 时间:2020-01-18 13:04:51
  我们校园有2个中国女孩,我的意思是那些在我国家的女孩。
  我特别记得他们惊人美丽外表。一个女孩长发可以到腰间,她自然的那种漂亮。我的意思是,八年前我见过他们,但我仍然记得对它们的美丽感到敬畏。

  不要误会我的意思,我经常见到漂亮的女孩,但是那两个女孩特别。

  我遇到了一个中国人,他是计算机团队的一员,我从他那里学到了一些东西,他告诉我要小心裙子,因为男人喜欢抚摸女人的腿,他很有趣,我记得他会一直等我我爸爸晚上接我。那真是个贴心的方式。

  我们社会学小组的另一个中国人非常迷人。我从来没有想过有个男人会让我这么舒服,即使有语言障碍,他也是一个令人愉快的家伙。
  就是这样。我和中国人没有其他互动。
楼主桑田岛 时间:2020-01-18 13:06:52
  我拒绝听宣传,网上到处都有中国人太多的负面夸张,太多的陈规定型观念,被错误认识的方式。

  我的经历真的很棒。 一个中国男人给我留下了深刻的印象,因为那是深夜,他想和我在一起直到我的亲戚来接我开车。 这是一个很好的记忆。

  另一个让我印象深刻的是,当我与他在街上散步时,他遇到了他的中国朋友,他们告诉他紧急在某个地方见面,他拒绝了,他说他需要安全地把我带到我的地方,然后他会见 他们。

  请注意,我是一个非亚洲人,非常胖的女人,他并不想勾引我,他举止得体。
  我在大学遇到的2位中国女孩邀请我去他们的商店逛逛,和他们在一起,我觉得这是一个甜蜜的记忆,因为我之前只见过他们一到两次。。
楼主桑田岛 时间:2020-01-22 11:18:16
  2011年,我随一家美国公司来到中国。它应该持续6到9个月。项目结束后,我们都回到了美国,但几天后,我被要求返回中国。2014年,这家美国公司在与苹果合作时破产。所以我在找工作。一家中国公司给了我一个职位,我想留下来,所以我接受了这个提议。为什么?

  首先,我真的很喜欢这些人。我游历了亚洲各地,我发现中国人是非常热情和体贴的。人民有精力和动力取得成功。

  其次,我一直觉得亚洲文化很有吸引力。所以对我来说很容易适应这里的生活。

  第三,我喜欢我在中国看到的情况。基础设施的迅速改善和生活水平的提高。我想看到这种情况发生。看到城市从开放的土地上成长,确实令人印象深刻。

  尽管噪音和人们吵吵闹闹,但我在这里更放松。你可以说这是因为它是安全的。这是它的一部分。我可以走任何地方,没有粗鲁的人挤你到边上。我不必盯着一群孩子,想知道他们是否可以尝试一些东西。我可以四处走动,在思想上迷失自己。不用担心。当我回到像波士顿或旧金山这样的城市时,紧张情绪又回来了。

  来自新罕布什尔州,我从来不喜欢城市。但在中国,我喜欢城市生活。一切都很方便。生活是美好的,生活是简单的。

  虽然我在一家中国公司工作,但我在一边做一些教学。和我一起工作的孩子真是令人惊奇。我很尊敬他们。他们尊重他人,努力工作,并乐在一起。他们重视教育并运用教育。我在这里遇到的许多成年人也是一样。他们似乎是终身学习者。这就是我渴望成为的人,所以我希望它能让我远离。

  在中国生活并不是所有积极,但积极的方面,超过消极的。对我来说。我能理解为什么许多西方人不能忍受期生活在中国。我明能理解。但对我来说,这是一个好地方。
作者:Wdw15888 时间:2020-01-22 18:46:38
  中国的发达地区已经达到了发达国家的水平
作者:人到中年百事扰 时间:2020-02-05 17:42:48
  因为你是白洋人嘛
楼主桑田岛 时间:2020-02-22 13:55:47
  Your first visit to China is not terribly challenging. You’re pretty young, and no one expects you to do anything on your own. Your parents translate and order things on the menu. Your relatives give you presents and candy. The challenges would be challenging to any flavor of American. Incredible summer heat and humidity. Dust/pollution. Haggling. Toilets that don’t flush. Stinky tofu. Laundry without a washer/dryer. Mosquitoes that can smell your non-local blood from miles away.
  It’s really the Nth visit that’s hard, when you figure you’ve done this N-1 times with your family so you can do it yourself. Ah, such hubris.
  You know a little bit of Chinese, but not nearly enough to read the hotel address or argue with the surly Beijing taxi driver who’s trying to throw you out of his car, and the staff helping all the non-Asian people at the taxi stand isn’t helping you because you don’t look like you need help. You feel helpless and pathetic, which was fine when you were a little kid, but now you’re old enough that you should be able to cuss out the taxi driver when he doesn’t give you back the change, instead of fuming in silence. It’s terribly frustrating to feel this disconnect between the words in your head and the words you can actually speak. I know little kid Chinese, but I’m no longer a little kid; there’s so much more I want to be able to say. I want to ask about family history and cultural differences and my grandparents’ childhoods and native plants, but all I can do is ask for food.
楼主桑田岛 时间:2020-02-22 14:05:14
  Is there a real western media bias against China as claimed by so many, particularly mainland Chinese?


  Alex Chomsky, Princeton University, Stanford University
  Answered Aug 8, 2019 · Upvoted by Oukui Pascal, former Teacher of university at China (2000-2006)



  Absolutely. I’m American, and even I can see through this western propaganda garbage about China. For this reason, China actually made a very good (prescient) decision to censor their Internet. The Great Firewall protects the people from this barbaric nonsense that is anti-Chinese western media.
  I have to admit though: the European propaganda is at least slightly better than the US propaganda as the Europeans seem to make more of an effort to ‘understand’ China (in fact some British, French, German news appear more ‘factual’, compromising, and even positive in their reports on China). The US media spews the most opinionated hypocritical ignorant cancer-causing garbage about China in the world. This is one point where the US is not a model for other countries to replicate (some others points being invading Iraq, Vietnam, or heaven forbid Iran). For this reason, I will focus more on US propaganda than all of ‘western’ media.
  Not all US news sources are created equal in their discrimination against China (and Chinese). Some are more subtle at hiding their bias. It doesn’t matter if it’s left or right, up or down: you will always be able to find that characteristic anti-Chineseness that infects US media. The US is just jealous of China and its achievements; plus the US just doesn’t have that kind of 5000+ year history that defines great civilizations. The saltiness manifests itself in the US news you (hopefully don’t) read about China everyday.
  Sometimes you wonder whether the US truly has ‘free press’ or if all these articles are co-opted by the FBI. You just hardly see any differing opinions on China in mainstream press, making it appear that all the US media on China is written by a single person. I’d give examples, but there would be too many. Besides you can see it every day; you can always find one if not several US articles that portrays China negatively, which is a shame since American society is not and should not be anti-Chinese to begin with. Just ask Snowden or the New York Times when they were facing the Pentagon whether they always agreed with what our government was doing.
  It goes beyond the news: the bias against China infiltrates elite institutions as well (don’t think the people at Harvard, Princeton, or Stanford are much better in their views on China). This manifests itself in the publication of academic papers, books, etc. against China (a lot of which gets funding from the US government, hint hint). If you read any history or foreign policy paper related to China written in the US (by a white person, bluntly put), chances are you will inevitably detect this disruptive distorting prejudice whose sole aim is to undermine China in every possible way. It is unbelievable that such garbage is published in the first place and then spread to ‘educate’ (brainwash) the people. It is an even greater shame that such propaganda is branded as ‘authoritative scholarship’. It’s not, and they’ve really lost all their credibility to write impartially about China.
  After a while it becomes predictable; repetitive at best; annoying at worst. Joseph Needham, Martin Jacques, Henry Kissinger are somewhat better and more intelligent in their views on China, but they are all originally from Europe, which seems to support the distinction between US and European media. Moreover they constitute such a minority in western media. Let’s hope we can turn this around.

  There are legitimate ways to cure this disease and save western media, specifically US media (besides censorship and boycotting). Buy it. Jack Ma bought the South China Morning Post (based in Hong Kong) from Murdoch. Jeff Bezos bought the Washington Post (shows you that rich individuals can buy entire news companies in the US). As more and more Chinese become richer, more should and will start buying the media. They are already doing that with movies.
  It’s also important for more Chinese, Chinese-Americans, etc. to realize the importance of controlling the media as well as the importance of strong positive representation. One could call this ‘soft power’ but it’s really just media ownership, and China needs to become a serious stakeholder and leader of the press to improve its global image. It gradually is.
  But until we get there, some advice for others, especially non-Chinese: if you actually want to learn more about China, avoid US media like the bubonic plague. Else you’re just being fed toxic lies. We can all work together to point out and protest against anti-Chinese propaganda when we see it; and choose to drink from cleaner sources.
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楼主桑田岛 时间:2020-02-22 14:10:53
  Foreigners who have not lived in China, or have not been here for an extended period of time, often cannot understand why anyone would be happy living in a so-called non-democratic society. My answer would be this: do you want a vote every four years, or do you want a competent government that gives the people everything they need to be successful? Voting, or not voting, guarantees nothing. Democracy sometimes delivers result, often not. Autocracy sometimes delivers results, often not.
  China has a unique system of government that works for them - really works for them. I don’t think any Zhongguo Tong (foreign China expert) would recommend trying the Chinese model in any other country. Likewise, why on earth would China want to adopt the US model.
楼主桑田岛 时间:2020-02-22 14:24:42
  Now, since you can already find so many answers debunking that China is oppressing, bullying, etc… I doubt that there is a need to repeat everything, so I will just switch to one of the many reasons I called Western Media highly hypocritical.
  I live in Italy, to be precise in a region called Veneto.

  I doubt that anyone has ever heard of it since Italy is part of the Western World, but Venetians have been trying for so many decades to become independent from Italy, we had so many referendums.
  The iconic one was an unofficial Venetian referendum in 2014 to prove to Italians that Venetians did want to secede from Italy.



  As you can see, some people were waving the Catalonian flag because we were supporting each other after both of our countries didn’t want to give us what we wanted.
  Anyways, the Italian government never wanted to let Veneto become free, so they kept blocking the Venetian referendum. I still have to admit that Venetians did have some successful achievements. Regarding our language, flag, and more autonomy.
  Just in 2017, we had a referendum asking for more autonomy from the Italian government, and obviously, the majority voted yes with 98.1%.
  However, we are still far from having Hong Kong’s autonomy.
  In the end, where was the Western Media when we needed them for decades? Why did no one talk about us? Are we not as important as people living in Hong Kong? We don’t deserve to get independent while Hong Kong “wants” that?
  It’s simple, no one cares about us because we’re in Italy, not in Russia, China, or any other country that doesn’t bow to America.
作者:平和恬淡 时间:2020-02-23 06:08:57
  楼主早上好!
作者:平和恬淡 时间:2020-02-23 06:10:22
  您这帖子,说的天花乱坠,像是真的一样。
楼主桑田岛 时间:2020-03-12 07:35:56
楼主桑田岛 时间:2020-03-26 06:29:26
  接上
  How Huawei Is Leading 5G Development

  China just landed on the far side of the moon: What comes next?

  Clearly human rights, democracy, and decentralization are not prerequisites for advancement in economy, technology, and standard of living.

  China’s been growing so quickly in so many ways that people in the West literally can’t keep up. This isn’t even just because of wilful blindness. It takes time for changes to be processed by people, for their full implications to propagate throughout society. China is still seen as a country that mass manufactures cheap goods and just copies everything America makes, even though they’ve been innovating in engineering and construction for decades now and just might beat American tech companies at 5G.

  China has achieved great things and has benefited from a strong tailwind provided by its long history, studious culture and large population. There is much America and the rest of the world can learn from China, and we should expect China to continue progressing at a dazzling rate, and to eventually surpass America.

  History is bigger than us. The fate of nations, their rising and falling, cannot be understood in terms of the present by itself, nor can it be done just with high level political analysis. All of these fools in America thinking the world would just magically become an eternal democracy after the fall of the Soviet Union never really stopped to think about the fundamental nature of human societies and the unbelievably strong cultural inertia that permeates other countries. Perhaps because America is so young, and has been constantly changing in all this time, we have no appreciation for just how hard it is to make something that lasts and is sustainable in the largest sense.

  America has existed since the Declaration of Independence was signed in 1776, 243 years ago at the time of this writing. What do we know of tradition, of consistency, of preservation, revival from catastrophe? We talk about our history as if our entire system has persevered untarnished since the moment of its creation. Such a perspective neglects the significant changes that have emerged over time. In the early years of our republic, most people did not have the right to vote. You had to be a white man who owned land to vote, and even then the states had no constitutional obligation to choose their electors for president based on how the people of the state voted. Family structure, cultural patterns, and national identity have gone through warps and changes over the years following the emancipation of slaves and mass immigration into the country. America has been a rocking boat since the moment it was first created. Where is there any sense of consistency or tradition in there? Just how united by country and fate are we?

  The thing that impresses me the most when I contemplate China’s history is its sheer resilience to catastrophe. Initially I studied the civil war and the Japanese invasion, and then the Century of Humiliation before it. How many countries can undergo a hundred years of colonial plundering, mass opium addiction, uprisings, an invasion by a militarily superior enemy, years of fragmentation and local warlord reign, topped off by a bloody civil war, and then rise out of the ashes to become one of the most powerful countries in history only a few generations later? Tens of millions of people died in the Taiping rebellion, the Japanese invasion, the civil war. The entire landmass was thrown into disarray for two generations after the collapse of the Qing dynasty. Why on Earth is there still a China? How on Earth did it come back together after all of that and preserve its culture and a rough approximation of its old governing structure to the modern day? Even after this crisis it went through nearly three decades of Communist terror and a deliberate attempt to destroy its old culture during the Cultural Revolution. Clearly it didn’t work. China is all the Chinese people had for so long. There is no alternative for them.

  I can tell you one thing, if America faced a century of imperialism, uprisings, invasion, and civil war, there would be no more America. Maybe the idea would live on, the idea of individual liberty and people deciding their own fate. But the nation, the identity, the culture, would fragment and disintegrate.

  China, in comparison, eats famines, invasions, and civil wars for breakfast, and has done so for millennia. It’s not easy for me to understand why that is. Francis Fukuyama definitely didn’t understand that when he thought that this cultural and historical behemoth would simply be another vessel of democracy. I don’t think it’s easy for anyone to understand that. It’s definitely indicative that Chinese civilization has some really good things going for it. Not just any system, not just any culture and political philosophy can keep itself around for millennia. History has no shortage of cultures and civilizations that were completely eradicated even after surviving for over a thousand years.

  This is a visualization of China’s history (most of it, the early Xia and Shang dynasties are not included).
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