China - Left handed students sit to right of the room Books...

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Left handed students sit to right of the room Books, purses, etc. to side or front of room Hats with brims turned backwards or taken off
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People of Chinese Heritage
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Macro Aspects of Model Global society Sports Technology Communism Human Rights Violations Masses of Humanity
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Macro Aspects of Model Community Family One child policy Person Health
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Overview, Inhabited Localities, Topography Heritage and Residence 92% Han, 56 other racial groups Children westernize rapidly Retain Chinese customs more if live in cultural enclaves, i.e. Chinatowns Very old continuous culture Influenced by Confucius
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Overview, Inhabited Localities, Topography Heritage and Residence 1.26 billion people, 80% rural Chinese Americans 2 nd largest immigrant group
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Overview, Inhabited Localities, Topography Migration and Economics Three wave, early – male laborers for railroad and gold rush 1950s – more diverse Current – students, researchers Avoid repatriation
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Overview, Inhabited Localities, Topography Educational Status and Occupations Compulsory Value university, competitive
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Communication Language and dialects Mandarin, 70%, 10 other dialects Common language for reading but not for speaking Avoid compound sentences Avoid negative queries
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Communication Contextual use of the language Touch and spatial distance Formal distance as sign of respect Limit touching, explain reason Eye contact and greetings Avoid eye contact, sit side by side Very expressive with friends
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Communication Time and temporality Greetings Last name first, use titles Women not use husband’s last name
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