Chinese Students in US university are Proud of China

CHINESE STUDENTS AT MARYLAND RESPOND TO CONTROVERSIAL SPEECH, SAY THEY ARE ‘PROUD OF CHINA’

Controversy continues to rage on-line over a speech given on Sunday at the College of Maryland’s commencement ceremony by a Chinese pupil who said that she came to Maryland with the “fresh air” and stayed for that “fresh air of cost-free speech.”
The speech given by graduating senior Shuping Yang has sparked outrage throughout Chinese social networking with tens of a huge number of net customers bashing her for “belittling” her homeland, accusing her of telling outright lies. source

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As section with the backlash, Chinese learners and alumni in the University of Maryland shared a video clip on-line nowadays, preventing back again from Yang’s depiction of China. The online video begins with Xinliang Jiang, a junior communications big at Maryland from Chongqing, who suggests that her hometown “is essentially an incredibly attractive location located in the southwest of China. I like the food, the persons, the air there.” She proceeds:
I also deeply really like my nation, the heritage, culture, tradition. I really like anything over it.
I realize that lots of individuals state that China remains to be enhancing. We want to open up up and embrace many of the solutions from the outside the house earth. I completely concur with that. But I might be so pissed off if any one disgraced my place with deceptions.

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United States VS Chinese Students

Even though we know the United states is actually a really absolutely free talking state. 80% of what Shuping Yang said these days had been deceptions and lies, so we made a decision to speak up mainly because we don’t feel that she will stand for all of us global Chinese students.
So truly the position she came from named Kunming is really a very, incredibly stunning place in China. It truly is on the list of ideal places we could go travel in the course of holidays.
After indicating that she’s “proud of China,” Jiang provides technique to other present and previous Chinese college students at Maryland who introduce their hometowns and strain their disagreement with Shuping Yang’s views, focusing more on China’s not totally harmful air, alternatively than Yang’s promises in the country’s oppressive mental and political natural environment.

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“I’m from Suzhou. My hometown is good and free of charge. We do not want deal with masks there,” claims a person pupil. “I’m from Xiamen. My hometown has blue and distinct skies. We do not need face masks there,” a further pupil echoes.
“I confess that there are some air high-quality problems in China at this time, however you will not die without a mask,” just one Chinese scholar suggests, outlining that she is studying environmental science within the University of Maryland to repair these troubles, instead than “to escape.”
An additional Maryland alumnus voices his disagreement with Shuping Yang right before inviting viewers to vacation to find out each of the beautiful destinations that China provides. “Please make use of your essential imagining, to view from your eyes, to discover the reality. That is what the vital thinking, instructing us,” he states.

Chinese Kids sent to USA

“Yes, China has its flaws, but not ample for me or any Chinese to dislike it to your bones,” says yet another Maryland alumna from China who has chose to remain in the US right after graduation. “My parents remain there. They like it. They may have a household. The houses appear with gardens. It is really not such as the stereotype that you need to be within an apartment respiration bad air. No, it’s not genuine. Quite, extremely improper.” The lady concludes her statement by saying that she may not be able to carry on to assist her alma mater if Maryland doesn’t deal with the incident properly.

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Jack Ma supports his mini look-alike Education in China

Jack Ma And His Generous Step For His Look Alike

 

The year 2015 prove a life-turning year for the little Fan Xiaoqin, as neither he nor his parents ever imagine about getting renowned due to their eight-year-old. The unique characteristic which this little one possess is that he is astonishingly similar in look to the prominent businessman Jack Ma. Jack Ma is not a stranger to anyone using the internet; he is the founding father of the largest online shopping store Alibaba Group.

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The eight-year-old Fan Xiaoqin lives along with his parents in Yongfeng County, situated in the Jiangxi Province of the East China. However, the family circumstances in which this family is inhabiting are even more unfortunate as his father lost one of his legs, his mother too is a patient of poliomyelitis. Furthermore, his grandmother has Alzheimer disease.

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Fan Xiaoqin, is usually acknowledged as mini Jack Ma in the internet world and this little look alike came into the spotlight when a villager posted a video of Jack Ma on the web. Right after uploading the video the discussion about the resemblances in the features of the mini Jack Ma with the original Jack Ma became the trend on social networking sites. However, this year, on the Singles’ Day which is more notably known as the online shopping event of China, the images of this boy became a matter of discussion again. Although this fame brings the mini Jack Ma and his family into the limelight, there is an individual cost they have to pay for it.

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Education in China

As soon as the clicks of the little Fan Xiaoqin became viral on the internet, people with many commercial intentions in their minds come to their house. According to Fan’s Parents, their relative who never inquire about them come to their house all by themselves and ask if we want any assistance in the education and other expenses of the Fan. Moreover, a businessman provided the family with 60,000 Yuan and a LED. Even an online streamer his experience with the Fan’s family and posted it online just for the sake of getting some extra hits on his page. As the discussion goes viral on the internet about the striking resemblance of Fan with that of Jack Ma, the businessman announces that he is going to finance the Fan education throughout the school and college fully.

The generosity of Jack Ma

The generosity of Jack Ma is welcomed as a gesture of kindness by the Netizens. However, if we look at the life of the Jack Ma, he started his career as an English teacher and after several rejections, one from KFC, he began his business online and now he is amongst the top ten rich people in the China. Furthermore, he is involved in many social services for the community in China, and this funding of Little Fan’s education is welcomed by the People of China as again a gesticulate of humanity from Jack ‘side. Let’s just wait and watch, how this mini Look-alike of Jack Ma turns out in the future, whether he is as successful as his look alike or not, time will tell us.

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the Billionaire invest in Education of his mini

It takes an uncommon individual to aggregate an aggregate total assets over $20 billion through a gave hard working attitude while keeping up a feeling of viewpoint. Jack Ma is one of those individuals. The organizer and CEO of Alibaba, one of the world’s driving internet business online interfaces, is one of the world’s wealthiest men, yet he has not given achievement a chance to cloud his vision for the future or his affirmation of where he originated from. Jack Ma’s keys to achievement are valid and moving for everybody from seeking tycoons to proprietors of the littlest businesses.

The vision of Jack Ma

When Jack Ma discusses the greatest misstep he at any point made he portrays how when he established Alibaba he told his group that the most abnormal amount they could accomplish would be that of administrators, and that officials ought to be employed all things considered. Jack Ma has taken in his lesson and now focuses on the significance of state of mind and enthusiasm over hypothetical skills.the ecommerce gourou comprehends that regardless of how hard you attempt you will never have the capacity to persuade each and every representative, business accomplice, and potential speculator to trust you or accept what you say. Tolerating that and changing your approach is another key to his monstrous achievement. Instead of joining his organization under the vision of one individual, he joins them under a shared objective. The vision is more vital than the pioneer. Most importantly he knows how to get the attention of right people at right time for the right purpose that’s why he is successful.

Market volume of Chinese online games reached $ 13.5 billion

Market volume of Chinese online games

The gaming market in China is huge, but also very complex. In a few weeks before ten years , China outside of the game is prohibited. MMORPG and FPS games on PC – like the cross fire and the sword of the Spirit, are an important part of the gaming market . Mobile and is always on the second game , but the future with the development of smart phones, people have a better experience, which entails buying more games .

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chinese online game

Go- Globe information with a map to show us the status quo of online gaming in China, here are the most important industry :

2013 revenue of gambling operators Chinese online $ 13.5 billion.
2014 revenue will increase to $ 16.1 billion.
Tencent is the largest game operators China game.
RPG action game on PC when the most promising , especially.
Market for online games, PC stops 59.5 %, which represents 33% of the mobile terminal.
In 2015 , China will have 260 million players. At least two hours a month to play the game.
73% of Chinese players to play the game at home.
Large-scale customer online games occupy the public.
64% of online game players each month to spend.

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Tips from an entrepreneur in Shanghai

Olivier and Isabelle Chouvet have a funny habit . Before starting a business in a city , they start by opening a restaurant. They did it in Tokyo, Paris and Shanghai. And this ritual has always been their luck : ” In Japan , if we had just mounted a communication agency , we would never have sold a single event,” explains the young quadra , now based in Shanghai.

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glamour sale

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Here , twelve years after his first trip to Asia, at the head of a group of communication than two hundred people , led by his wife Isabelle , and a nugget of Asian Internet , Glamour Sales. The concept shows – Chinese and Japanese sauce – recipe vente-privee.com : stocks brands sold off online registration . Amongst its shareholders, a few names : Ardian (former Axa Private Equity) and Xavier Niel , individually . These people had the hollow nose , after two years, the site employs four hundred people and has a 120% growth per year. The future is rather bearer Chouvet Olivier hopes to double every year over three years.
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A China Visa is required to enter the Chinese territory, whatever your nationality, including nationals of Chinese nationality.

English: China Visa Stamp

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Since January 1, 2013, travelers from 45 countries, in transit in Shanghai or Beijing, can stay in the city concerned for a period of 72 hours (3 days) without a visa.

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Social network in china

Since a few weeks I see bloom numerous articles about social networks in China. Is the increased interest for them in the West with the recent launch of Google+ or real development of these and attractiveness to foreigners here? I do not know very well, but being as it were “in the business” I have to make my turn a little note.

Especially because, casually, I have a point of view quite interesting. If so!

Because social networks in China, it is not that social networks used by the Chinese mass. For me it covers three main aspects:

Of course social networks used by the Chinese in China
But also, it is for foreigners in China
Chinese and networks seeking to export
Social networks of Chinese in China

Firstly, and yes, the Chinese use as well their social networks. Not only do they use them, but they are really the appropriate and suitable for their use of the Internet.

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As with everything that makes the Chinese Web here our great Western names are not worth much. As Baidu and Taobao were able to thumb its nose at Google and eBay or YouTube Youku and Tudou, Renren Kaixin make QQ as MSN and Facebook.
Twitter also for its Chinese, called Sina Weibo 新浪 微 博 (literally, the Sina microblogging, that’s original!). A real phenomenon of Web meet a growing success among Chinese netizens.

All these big names have of course the famous Great Chinese Firewall (read more details below), which pushes the frontiers of China’s competitive world. So they can use the big cake royally Chinese netizens. And this is actually a big cake is just over 500 million Internet users in China! Be aware: many Internet users in China than Facebook users in the world!

Political interests behind the Great Firewall, but certainly economic interests! It’s not really about me, but it gets better by saying it. Moving!

A Social Web history, with its own characteristics

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What is certain is that the social component of Web in China is no exception. Quite the contrary. According to Sam Flemming, the subject expert and founder of CiC, a company specializing in the study of social networks in China, China would be “the landscape of social networks more complex, more fragmented but also the most developed in the world”, with aspects typically Chinese. To illustrate this, he also publishes interesting computer graphics has the merit of putting into perspective the development of the Chinese Internet population and habits over the past 15 years.

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Thank you also to Olivier who brought to my attention in his blog, even if they disagreed on the history of the creation of the Great Firewall;)

In this infographic, I zoom in on particular two diagrams showing the evolution of the Internet “Social” in China, which show firstly that this is far from a recent phenomenon around which activities are structured .

Those who manipulate the Chinese Web in recent years left without surprise the historical and persistent fora, famous BBS, which are for me the origin of the high rate of “creators” of content among Chinese netizens, and this culture strong among the Chinese to learn about the smallest things on the Internet and many other Baidu Baike BBS and Baidu Zhidao. In any case much more than in France it seems to me that although I have lived too long in China? Perhaps to counter, consciously or not, this lack of information and channels of expression under the cope of the party and the Chinese Government? (But I digress ..).

I surf therefore I play and I share everything!

This analysis also overlaps quite well with one another, a little older (2009) gives an overview of social networks in China. This paper put in evidence that the Chinese Internet user seeks primarily to entertain (“Entertainment”). He looks so much video and spent many hours playing online. And social networks knowing the Chinese have developed gambling activities on their platforms. Kaixin is a very good example. As outlined in this presentation, if no one is surprised that the Chinese websites nearly always begin by copying the Western success very quickly they are changing to meet the expectations of local netizen.

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