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of Fuyao believes these things: “I think American is hostile to Chinese” and “Americans are always overconfident”. Last but not least, the Chinese workers believe that the Americans don’t work as hard as the Chinese. b. The American side about the Chinese Answer: Americans think that Chinese working non-stop. Chinese is rude because they don’t respect American’s opinions regarding working styles. Another reason that American thinks Chinese is rude because Chinese just tells American what to do without any explanation provided. American also believes that Chinese lacks understanding of safety standards as the working condition is poor at FGC. 11. What did the Chinese and American workers have in common with each other? Answer: they both work hard to earn enough money for their livings. Both Chinese’s and American’s lifestyles are poor, and they struggle with their lives a lot. They are both victims of Fuyao – got low paid, unsafe working conditions… However, both the Chinese and American appreciate their jobs and they always want to do a good job. Lastly, they both want goods for Fuyao. 12. What do China and the United States have in common with each other? Culturally, politically, economically? Answer: For cultures, Chinese and American both think that working hard is a way to success. They both work hard for a goal. For American, they work hard to pursue their specific American Dream. For Chinese, according to the CEO, he works hard not to earn money, but to make China becomes better. In terms of politics, China and American are both the “kings”, but in different ideologies. China is perceived as the representative for communism ideology, and American is perceived as the representative for democracy ideology. Lastly, in terms of economics, China and America both possess thriving economies, and they are prominent members in International Trade.
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13. Overall, is globalization a win-win situation for both countries? Does one side win more than the other side? Why/why not? Answer: In my opinion, globalization is a win-win situation for both countries, and it depends on the countries’ circumstances to know whether one side win more than the other side. Globalization provides job which helps to reduce the unemployment rate, and ultimately resulting in better economy. With globalization, customers can also access to better opinions of products and more cheaper prices than without globalization. For countries that invest in another, they also benefit as their economies will grow as well. Also, globalization allows both countries to be more competitive, to become more innovate, and to use resources more efficiently and wisely. Hence, both countries can become through globalization, and it is a win-win situation. For knowing whether one side win more than another, it depends on the circumstances. For example, if America invests in Vietnam, Vietnam will definitely win more than America. This is because Vietnam economy is still growing, and Vietnam is hungry for foreign investment so that their living standard will rise. In contrast, America wouldn’t gain much because their economy is already well-developed, and their investment might don’t impact much to the economy. Thus, it depends on the state of both countries’ economies to determine whether one side win more than the other side or not.
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