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      • Culture sensor 2016-11-27 16:51

        your criteria for understanding culture is extremely limited, almost as if you have not moved beyond a school-book as to what constitutes 'culture'

        Going to a pub is not an activity many people take part in, as there are so many other hobbies, interests and sports that people enjoy.
        A business meeting would not take place in a pub, as it would be considered very inappropriate.
        in fact, drinking alcohol during a business meeting would be very rare, unless it was a glass of wine with the meal.
        I 'offended' Chinese hosts by refusing to drink alcohol at a business lunch, because it is was not the appropriate time or place to drink.

        Equally i know many Chinese who don't like Ma Jiang - they consider it an old persons game, and should i make a superficial judgement on ALL Chinese people who play Ma Jiang i would say 'chinese people are all gamblers'.
        it is like saying that all Chinese people know Kung fu and eat rice 3 times a day, and that is a way of thinking that belongs to the 19th century, not to intelligent adults who would be thinking for themselves.

        do yourself a favour and read beyond the incorrect text-books, internet and tv which is feeding you wrong information.

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