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Chinese Dreams (Kindle Single)

Chinese Dreams (Kindle Single) By {author, ☆ Chinese Dreams (Kindle Single) ☆ Anand Giridharadas ☆ Chinese Dreams (Kindle Single) ☆ Anand Giridharadas - Chinese Dreams (Kindle Single), Chinese Dreams Kindle Single What does the next generation of Chinese want besides economic growth A report from China on the country s search for meaning by Anand Giridharadas columnist for the International Herald Tribune and

  • Publication date‏:‎ January 17, 2011
  • Language‏:‎ English
  • File size‏:‎ 179 KB
  • Text-to-Speech‏:‎ Enabled
  • Screen Reader‏:‎ Supported
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  • Word Wise‏:‎ Enabled
  • Print length‏:‎ 24 pages
  • Lending‏:‎ Enabled

☆ Chinese Dreams (Kindle Single) ☆ Anand Giridharadas, Chinese Dreams (Kindle Single), Anand Giridharadas, Chinese Dreams Kindle Single What does the next generation of Chinese want besides economic growth A report from China on the country s search for meaning by Anand Giridharadas columnist for the International Herald Tribune and The New York Times online and author of India Calling An Intimate Portrait of a Nation s Remaking An excerpt The airplane fell into China through what seemed like a va

Chinese Dreams (Kindle Single)

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Chinese Dreams (Kindle Single)

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  1. An interesting piece, Anand general respondent was at the upper middle class and upper class, how representative is that Ten years in China and my observation of the middle and working class not that difference The Chinese remind me of America s immediate postwar II when the bulk of the population saw good times ahead compared with what they had known and the bourgeois tendencies were evident The middle class in PRC now up to 35% and rising and what a transformation that is from even their paren [...]


  2. The author s conclusions pretty much match those that I formed while working in China over the past 25 years While his seem to have been drawn from interactions mainly from the glamor crowd writers, entrepreneurs, designers,etc mine have been drawn from a white and blue collar group engineers, hourly workers, etc.I agree with the book s conclusion that China s struggles and dreams are different and defy being stuck in a simplistic cubbyhole as we in the US tend to do We should learn to work with [...]


  3. The author tells you up front he is basically ignoring all the negative aspects of China s current society Including harsh labor conditions, terrible health conditions, pollution worse than any other nation, discrimination against minorities, massive widespread corruption Author cites zero references when claiming to state facts Seems he simply met with half a dozen people and then wrote a long journal entry passing these peoples feeling off as the shared views of the whole of under 40 Chinese p [...]


  4. This gave me a different perspective on China, which I think is important in our increasingly globalized world It s easy to think of the other people in other cultures as stereotypes I really appreciate this kind of insight since health matters will keep me from traveling to other countries to meet their citizens in person The essay was well written and very engaging.


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