Culture Differences – Part II

I went to a church in Pudong with in-laws this Sunday morning. I am not a Christian, but I found the religion service beneficial for me. It helped me to understand the life better, and also on cultural difference.

The pastor talked about difference between Chinese and Israel cultural. As put it by the minister of Israel, culture in Israel is all around the relationship between people and the God; in China, it is all about the relationship among people.

This echos the observation of “Deal-oriented v.s. Relationship-oriented” difference. It is too complicated a topic to discuss in blog, so let me spend time in ancient Chinese books like Tao (Dao).

Mashup Pictures

On March 17, there is an invitation only event called “Mashup China” in Nanjing (again, Mao, Isaac, 6e, Owen, me, etc) along with the Search Engine Strategy summit there. To prepare for the format of the small 7-person (may be 17?) event, I am looking at the pictures of Mashup Camp.

Image from Flickr, in courtesy of chachra

From the question, my question is, why there are so many guys from Microsoft attending the event? I saw the familiar black Microsoft ribbon.

The other event appeared in the Idea Factory China mail list is Carson Workshop

3 thoughts on “Culture Differences – Part II

  1. I am a Chinese Christian. Chinese fellows are educated to view religion as certain version of superstition. Because of the special ideology around China, most of churches recoginzed by Chinese government are called Three-Self Patriotic Church. Isn’t it interesting? In this sense, Christianity in China is very similar to western counterparts which are combined with politics.

  2. The movie Crash is dogshit

    Fuck you Yankee, fuch you American,fuck you oscar nominee.

    You know Yankee want what? The just want to look chinese down and they want console Arabian people including iraqi.Do not forget what happened with 911 disaster. Who hate american people, all over the world!

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