1. In the United States, is it expensive for ordinary people to see a doctor? Does it cost a lot to call an ambulance? Will a huge bill be received after the new coronavirus is cured? Domestic media often publicize this as a bad thing for the United States.Well, over here; it's "the Chinese invented Covid," the moon landings were an Russian hoax, and 9/11 is...an American conspiracy headed by the National Security Agency. Kind of weird how it manages to be the same talking points, but it's blaming it on the enemy.
So, do you have any questions that you'd like to ask us?
2.Why do foreigners dislike installing cameras in public places? I have seen a ranking. The cities with the largest number of cameras installed in the world are all from China. Of course, this corresponds to the government's monitoring of citizens. But if you live in a country with less government power, is installing cameras a good way to reduce the crime rate? How do foreigners view Contradiction between privacy and security ?
On China's Internet, Henan and Northeast China (Heilongjiang, Liaoning, Jilin) are often ridiculed and have a large number of memes。What are some stereotypes you have of people from each region of China? Not just asking about Xinjiang or ethnic stereotypes either, please include stereotypes about people from Anhui, Hubei, Hunan, Fujian, etc.
For example, people in Henan steal well covers. People in Northeast China like to wear gold chains and dark glasses. Northeast people often steal things on Hainan Island. Because of homophony, Henan is called Holland. Because it is located in the northeast, the northeast people are also called Swedes。
Other common stereotypes are: Jiangxi people have a lot of betrothal gifts, Shandong people like to beat their wives, Shanghai women like foreign men, Beijing people tend to speak with "Er Hua sound", Cantonese people eat everything (there is a meme that Cantonese eat Fujian people), Fujian people are all swindlers, Anhui people are beggars, Hubei people are called Nine headed birds, people in Inner Mongolia ride horses to school, and Jiangsu people Like infighting， for geographical reasons, Guangxi people are called Vietnamese monkeys. Chongqing, where I live, is famous for being henpecked by men。
I haven't been to many places, so I can only quote from the Internet. Of course, these are stereotypes。
Yes, Chinese has more to learn than before. In China, there are a lot of courses on major science, but few schools have the same interest courses as foreign countries. Physical education is often replaced by cultural courses。You’ve mentioned school earlier in the thread what is the curriculum like in China? Obviously things like Maths and Science but I’ve heard of schools teaching Confucianism in stead of the core subjects is that becoming more common under the Xi administration?
Sorry, I really can't. not every Chinese is a chef。“I don’t know how to cook” I am so disappointed right now.
I think this dish can be served in a Chinese restaurant。Will you make me some pork fried rice and if so how much for delivery?
We have Chinese, mathematics, English, physics, chemistry, biology, politics, history, geography and so on. We also have physical education, art and computer classes, but the classes that don't have exams are not taken seriously, so we mainly study science deeply and face a lot of problems (mathematics is really difficult)。How is public education (elementary, middle, high school) in China? What classes do you take and to what level (in, say, math) do you go to?
How are Chinese internet memes / internet culture in general (besides people getting nationalistically assmad)? How similar is it to American/western internet?
Will your government punish you for not using a Meiling avatar like a true patriot?
Due to the network firewall, the information receiving of domestic network is isolated from the world, so the domestic network culture is very unique, with its own set of memes and expression packages. But we also like Japanese animation, Korean pop music, Western games and movies, and some domestic videos are also reproduced from YouTube。
I don't know what Meiling avatar is, but it won't matter as long as you don't use a picture with the president or the Tibetan flag and so on。
1.2.Of course, there are a lot of mental hospitals in China, but traditional Chinese culture is biased against depression and other mental diseases. Some doctors use electric shock therapy to treat children with internet addiction。1._ Is mental disability considered a taboo in China?
2._ What kind of measures do families take to help their mentally disabled relatives? What about the cases of autistic people?
3._ Is there any website where chinese people talk about local/foreign lolcows, even if in a discreet way?
3.Yes, for some people who cause public indignation on the Internet, people will use some means to collect their information, which is called "human flesh search", but this is illegal in China, and because it involves politically sensitive content, such websites have now been shut down by the police and the website founders will be sentenced。
Many religions are regarded as heresies in China, so they are illegal. The main religions must also bear the color of patriotism. The local people of the Hui nationality generally believe in Islam. People in other places believe in Buddhism or Taoism, and many believe in Christianity。How religious are people in China? I know a lot of people will practice folk religion but don't call themself religious, and that the government only has a little tolerance for organized religions like Christianity. Are there underground religious groups or a lot of people who practice a religion in secret?
Thanks for answering all of these questions, by the way. It really is impossible to have an open conversation about these things with most Chinese people and so most of the people who will talk about it are foreigners who lived there.
Thank you. The estrangement between the people of the two countries not only exists on the Internet, but also exists in people's hearts. I am also very grateful that the people here can communicate normally。
I think it's because there are a lot of frying operations in Chinese food. It's very troublesome to clean up。I haven't read this thread because I'm a chad. But do you live in an apartment? If so, did your stove have a ton of grease on it. From what I know about living in Chinese apartments no one fucking cleans the grease off of stoves. Its so annoying.
I live in China, I watch the news, I surf the Internet (mainly Chinese network), so I will understand these。虽然我只是听人说了一句，过来看你乐子的；不过我还是想说高中生还是少掺和这些网站的好，如果是想在这里练习英语多多少少有点那个
How do you know so much about China as a high school student, are you a Burgundy spy?
Thank you for your concern。