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juanisaac

Aug 12, 2015 12:22

Articles : juanisaac commented on news China's White-Collar Workers Hate Their Offices, Waste Too Much Time in Meetings

At my work we have meetings all the time and it is a beat down of everything we do wrong. After 15 minutes, it is all over and we can leave. Management can care less of our opinions and suggestions. It gets old after a while hearing the same bs every two weeks. Full Comment>>

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Aug 13, 2014 23:13

Around China : juanisaac commented on news Thailand Now Offers Free Visas to Chinese Citizens

How is this possible? My Chinese workers just told me that Chinese people are mistreated and abused all over the world. Full Comment>>

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Jul 15, 2014 08:38

Articles : juanisaac commented on news Qiu Zhenhai: China Desperately Needs More Cutting-Edge Talent

The Chinese government wants more talent, but in some provinces they are testing five year limits on foreigners and telling them to leave. For Chinese foreign students they want to be rewarded fro their talent and not kow-tow to seniority. At this pace it will be like the Japanese who took rifle designs from the ... Full Comment>>

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May 29, 2014 10:20

Blogs : juanisaac commented on IslandBoy77 's blog First Interview: Aftermath

Seriously, you need TWO years of teaching experience. My old school in Jiangsu has not had a foreign teacher in two years and they are as desperate as they can get. But, of the people who do enquire they do not have the two years teaching experience asked of them and they can't process their Visa. It is the Foreign ... Full Comment>>

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May 22, 2014 15:08

Blogs : juanisaac Posted a new blog Islands on the Land

The first few months that I stayed in China I started to learn the language in the small town of Hai’an, Jiangsu. I was not learning the national language but the local dialect. A colleague pointed it out when instead of saying “Ni hao” I said, “Ni hoa.” More words in the regional ...

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juanisaac

May 20, 2014 14:45

Blogs : juanisaac commented on hadleyj09 's blog China is NOT a bad place to be (RANT)

Your blog has a date of May 15, 2014. Why don't you plan to write a blog on the same day next year? I want to see if you will really feel the same then as you do now. My first 6 months here I loved everything, the next six months I loathed everything. I have reached homeostasis now where I take China for what it is- ... Full Comment>>

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May 14, 2014 18:58

Around China : juanisaac commented on news Foreign Models in Trouble After Fake Casting Operation by Police Leads to Arrests

The Chinese officials need to be careful here. If other countrys start deporting Chinese from their shores it will a 10-20-30 to 1 scale, maybe more. Full Comment>>

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May 10, 2014 12:41

Articles : juanisaac commented on news To Go or Not To Go: Lifespan of Foreigners in China

I agree with you. I knew a few Finns who worked in a small town. They had to leave China every few months. They just could not take living here for a few months straight. Full Comment>>

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May 07, 2014 15:41

Articles : juanisaac commented on news To Go or Not To Go: Lifespan of Foreigners in China

I do not subscribe to that. I have been in China three years and I do not lie, cheat, or am immoral (at least in my view). My boss at my present school always tells me that I am too honest and not tell her anything about my outside business. But I hear you that it is tough not to act like some of the locals. My ... Full Comment>>

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juanisaac

May 05, 2014 13:18

Blogs : juanisaac Posted a new blog The Chinese Western Bar

At first thought, the idea of opening up a Western-type bar in China should not be hard. However, what is a Western bar? Bars come in variations such as an English or Irish pub, a German biergarten, or Mexican cantina to just any night club. John Jiang, the owner of the New Yesterbar, had such an idea of opening up ...

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Apr 28, 2014 15:52

Blogs : juanisaac Posted a new blog Making a More Creative Chinese Student

At a friend's house I saw her young son and another boy put plastic chairs on their backs and pretend they were turtles- nothing special for imaginative children. However, those same children after a few years in the Chinese educational system would see their creativity suffer. Chinese education is well known to be ...

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Apr 19, 2014 10:41

Blogs : juanisaac commented on Eragon 's blog Right to teach English

There might be a solid reason for this as well. I have met excellent non-native speakers. However, as good as they are they still make their fair share of mistakes. I can hear them when they speak and read. Maybe that is what schools want, to model of how to speak. Full Comment>>

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Apr 19, 2014 10:39

Blogs : juanisaac commented on Eragon 's blog Right to teach English

I don't know about that one. Being white will be superior in the hiring hierarchy than a native black speaker. I have had school F.A.O. s tell me "we don't hire blacks or Asians." This also means blacks and Asians who have deep roots in English speaking countries. I can just point to Louischuam on this website. A ... Full Comment>>

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Apr 19, 2014 10:35

Blogs : juanisaac commented on Eragon 's blog Right to teach English

You are writing to people that agree with you. You have to convince the Chinese about your views. Full Comment>>

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Apr 18, 2014 10:27

Articles : juanisaac commented on news China’s Godfather of Sexology Says Prostitution in China is Voluntary

I do not treat prostitutes badly. I just think it is bad "career" choice. Full Comment>>

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Apr 17, 2014 18:17

Articles : juanisaac commented on news China’s Godfather of Sexology Says Prostitution in China is Voluntary

I agree with you. Everything seems like a commodity to be bought and sold. Prostitution is a short term business of a payment for services. And marriage seems to be the same thing- a long term business deal with a baby and in-laws thrown into the package. Full Comment>>

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Apr 17, 2014 13:31

Blogs : juanisaac commented on juanisaac 's blog What the Chinese Don't Eat

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Apr 14, 2014 12:12

Articles : juanisaac commented on news Survival of the Fittest: The Difficulties of Finding a Job as a Foreigner

I know a lot of Germans in China. They work doing engineering and machinery. In their businesses the management has to be half and half or else they will walk out. The problem is not the Chinese are incapable, but that the Chinese management wants to cut corners to lower save money. The German management do not want ... Full Comment>>

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juanisaac

Apr 13, 2014 18:19

Blogs : juanisaac commented on judyfengliu 's blog Never Give Up - (2) Apply for a Job

I enjoy your posts Julie. Full Comment>>

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Apr 11, 2014 13:33

Around China : juanisaac commented on news Student’s Passion for Instant Noodles Gets Him Into Elite American University

Good job young man. Creativity got you somewhere. Full Comment>>

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juanisaac

Apr 08, 2014 14:00

Blogs : juanisaac Posted a new blog What the Chinese Don't Eat

I first came to China in 2002 as an exchange student to Hong Kong. One of the first things that surprised me was what the Chinese ate: everything from the Animalia, Plantae, and Fungi kingdoms and everything in between. I was told by one local of the three basic rules of Chinese cooking: "If it flies and it's not an ...

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juanisaac

Apr 07, 2014 10:37

Blogs : juanisaac commented on juanisaac 's blog Jintan's Purple Cow

Thank you. I find your kind words heartening. Full Comment>>

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Apr 03, 2014 22:11

Articles : juanisaac commented on news Silent Agreement: The Four Unwritten Rules of Courtship in China

Times are changing. Women fooling around on their partners is growing. I met some Chinese women into that stuff.... Full Comment>>

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juanisaac

Mar 31, 2014 12:59

Blogs : juanisaac Posted a new blog Jintan's Purple Cow

Kitchen International is a famous eatery located in New York City where if someone breaks the rules, they are banned from the establishment until the punishment is completed. In Seth Godin's book Purple Cow: Transform Your Business by Being Remarkable, he gives businesses advice on how to stand out from their ...

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juanisaac

Mar 29, 2014 16:14

Around China : juanisaac commented on news 600,000 Chinese Die Annually From Work Related Causes

They are also including parallel universes in the count. Full Comment>>

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