Author: alicehanyu

How to change Chinese people's bad manners? [Copy link] 中文

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Post time 2007-12-24 13:00:04 |Display all floors
Education and a strong political will is the only answer to the anti-social behaviours in China. If Singapore, which had the same problem
half a century ago, could do it, there is no reason why China can’t. To educate 1.3 billion people is a daunting task and it is going to take a long
long time. But every long journey has to begin by taking the first step in the right direction.:)

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Post time 2007-12-25 16:23:39 |Display all floors
I think we should behave ourselves very disciplinarily, no matter what the behavier rules they have. Poeple here should have religeous mind to meditate and act.

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Post time 2007-12-25 17:01:15 |Display all floors
do oneself best firstly

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Post time 2007-12-25 17:28:49 |Display all floors

Laughing my head off...

Originally posted by totothedog at 2007-12-19 19:15
Chinese are known for, not just their hospitality, but their good manners.

It is simply Western racism.

Anglos and Amerikans say themselves in their own scientific reports that they are the W ...


Something tells me you haven't spent much time in bars in China.....

You should spend some time drinking the north.....

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Post time 2007-12-28 19:03:48 |Display all floors
My country is somehow like china, yes, those bad habits can not change in a short time. I wonder how long do the people become more polite, God knows
天与地没有你消息
走多少公里才能忘记你

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Post time 2007-12-31 14:28:14 |Display all floors
First, not every Chinese people does what above
For a handful of people who destroy the Chinese image, only way is to educate

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