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1. Customers cannot bring drinks up to the restaurants and have to choose from drink menu provided, at the same time, most restaurants always charge for drinks '"opening" . This phenomenon exists for a long time, but it recently causes a controversy. |
China National Customers' Association agree that this is an illegal restriction imposed by the restaurants, and this restriction has trenched on customers’ right to know and right to choose.
While China Cooking Associations claimed the other day: it is reasonable to set up this restriction and respectively charge acceptable “opening” fee if with a distinct price on the drink menus. And it is also the survival strategies for the restaurants.
Forget about the legal terms will be involved in this controversy, from human ethics, which one will you support? Why? (From June)
2. There is melancholy in the air on April 5, 2005, as the country observes the annual Qingming Festival, or Tomb Sweeping Festival, but not only for dead ancestors. Plenty of people's best friends are being remembered, too.
In many big cities across China, an increasing number of grief-stricken pet owners are eager to find a way to convey their continuing sorrow at the loss of their beloved pets, some of the pet owners even bought some cemetery plot for their beloved pets in order that the dead pets can be mourned by the owners the same day as “tomb sweeping festival.”
Do you think it is understandable or just a kind of exaggeration, if you are the pets owner, what will you do after the death of your pets, are you for or against the behavior who bought a plot for their pets and made a headstone for their dead pets? (From Passy)