20 Questions from Texas

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Last week, I mentioned that I had received 20 questions from some American students in Texas. I will interrupt my personal answers to the many questions submitted previously to create this opportunity for everyone to participate. (I will continue to publish my own answers in the future.)

For this week, I invite any readers – especially Chinese students in middle school and universities – to write directly to your American counterparts by responding to these twenty question. I understand that Chinese students may not be able to compare their classrooms and study life with American students’. Chinese students they don’t know about American classrooms and study life, just as American students don’t know about China. But, imagine you were meeting someone in person – say, at an airport – and take this as the beginning question of a conversation.

It is very simple to leave your message. At the bottom of this article, click on the comments box to type in your answer.

Please make your reply like this:

  1. A) The question number (or copy-and-paste the question to your reply).
  2. B) Next, you can make this a more personal conversation by giving your name (Chinese or English name), city, and school.
  3. C) Then, leave your response or further questions.

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If you missed them last week, here are the 20 questions from Texas:

  1. Why do the fast food restaurants have different menus at different locations around the world? For example, are the menu items different in China than in the USA?
  2. How is life different in China than in the USA?
  3. Is the air pollution where you live as bad as we have read it is?
  4. Is there anything that schools in China do that we don’t do in the schools in the USA?
  5. How does it feel to live in a communist society after living in a democratic one? (THIS QUESTION IS MOSTLY FOR RANDY BUT ANYONE CAN ANSWER IT WITH THEIR OWN OPINION.)
  6. Do the teenage girls in China wear as much make up as the girls in the USA?
  7. What is the most common pet to have in China?
  8. How does China’s education system differ from ours in the USA?
  9. Beyond Mandarin Chinese, what is the second most spoken language where you live?
  10. Is writing in Chinese difficult?
  11. Do the Chinese celebrate different holidays than we do?
  12. Is there more political conflict in China or less than in the USA?
  13. Is technology cheaper in China since so many of the goods were made there?
  14. Do people eat dog meat in China?
  15. Do the Chinese students have very much homework?
  16. Are cats eaten in China, as well?
  17. What hobbies do teenagers have?
  18. What is trending in China?
  19. When you reach a certain age, do you have to serve in the Chinese military?
  20. There are a lot of products made in China. With so much to make, would you say that they are low quality products?

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  1. 1.Why do the fast food restaurants have different menus at different locations around the world? For example, are the menu items different in China than in the USA?
    Bc fast food restaurants make changes according to area difference—for example, the fast food restaurants in Chongqing and Sichuan provides dishes with more spicy since people here love spicy foods.

    3.Is the air pollution where you live as bad as we have read it is?
    No, I don’t know how exactly you learn about my country. If you really want to know the answer, why don’t give some example of how the Chinese air pollution was described to you so that we can make more accurate elaboration. Some area has really severe air pollution, but in some other it’s not that bad. Actually I have an America friend who wants to study environmental study in China after she graduates. From her I know that Chinese are more concerned with environmental problems than many other people. So we can expect the air pollution to be alleviate in future China.

    4.Is there anything that schools in China do that we don’t do in the schools in the USA?
    There’s of course something that we do but American Schools don’t. I have to say that I learnt a lot and had a lot from my high school. Some examples are: We divide students in classes at the first time they enter the high school and they will have classes together for almost their whole high school time — they will develop rapports with each other, they love their classmates; they are proud of their class and they are like a big family; I personally maintain some wonderful friendships with my high school classmates and we do video call every week now. Some schools require students to live in campus dorms. Our high schools have relatively more strict rules— some students are required wear school uniforms, we are not allowed to eat during class, we are not allowed to order delivery but should only eat at campus dining halls, we are sometimes not allowed to be in a relationship with others…but it’s so fun to trick with the rules. Whether or not you guys believe they are good, these are the differences between Chinese and America high schools.

    6.Do the teenage girls in China wear as much make up as the girls in the USA?
    Some do.

    7.What is the most common pet to have in China?
    Dogs and cats.

    10. Is writing in Chinese difficult.
    Somehow difficult for foreigners.

    11.Do the Chinese celebrate different holidays than we do.
    Yes. Why? Different cultures should have different holidays.

    12. Is there more political conflict in China or less than in the USA?
    It appears to be less.

    13. Is technology cheaper in China since so many of the goods were made there?
    I’d say that the technology is inexpensive in China.

    14. Do people eat dog meat in China?
    Some do.

    15. Do the Chinese students have very much homework?
    We have much written or reading homework.

    16.Are cats eaten in China, as well?
    Can’t say. I can’t say that I know my country so much that I know what are my people eating everyday. BTW why are you so interested in Chines food?

    17. What hobbies do teenagers have?
    Sports, games, makeups, perfumes, clothing, painting, music, arts.

    18. What is trending in China?
    Weibo, Zhihu, video games, entrepreneurship, so on and so on.

    19.When you reach a certain age, do you have to serve in the Chinese military?
    No.

    20.There are a lot of products made in China. With so much to make, would you say that they are low quality products?
    Why? Does the question make sense? You guys can give a more specific prompt. I cannot make any conclusion from this description.

  2. 1.Because people have varied taste and diet habits.
    2.Both Chinese and Americans eat vegetables,but in different way.Americans often eat vegetables raw and add salad,but Chinese always cooked to eat.And Americans drive very quietly.It’s considered impolite to honk your horn while driving.In addition,in China,people almost always let the car go.In the United States to drive, the car must let pedestrians.Otherwise,an accident is always the drivers fault.
    3.No,my hometown is the famous mountain city ——Chongqing. It has beautiful mountains and clear river.I think the air quality here is very good.
    4.Chinese students study so hard to get into famous college. But they stopped studying hard once they get there. Americans students don’t work hard until they graduate from college .
    5.Sorry,I haven’t.
    6.Personally ,I didn’t make up before college, so I think that’s wrong.
    7.I think it’s a dog.
    8.America is a open education,but the China is hard education.
    9.It’s the local dialect.
    10.No.
    11.Yes.
    12.Yes.
    13.Yes.
    14.Yes,they do.
    15.Yes,it’s so sad for the students.
    16.No.
    17.Playing computer games.
    18.China is getting stronger and stronger.
    19.No,we don’t have to.
    20.I don’t think so.

  3. 1..Because people in different place has different tastes. I haven’t been to USA, but I personlly think it is.,because china has a large population.
    2.Differences exist in almost every aspect. It’s hard to say in a word.
    3.No.
    4.There can be more homework in China.
    5.It feels good to bave a powerful and strong government which guarantee our safety and make efforts to improve our life level.
    6.No.
    7.Dogs and cats.
    8.Our education is relatively rigid. and have strong examinability.
    9.Dialect.
    10.It’s not difficult.
    11.Yes.
    12.We have a little political conflict.
    13.Not cheap. That’s because our labor force is cheap.
    14.In some region.
    15.No.
    16.Yes.
    17.Many different hobbies.
    18.Better and better.
    19.No.
    20.No. Most of them have a high quality.

  4. 1.Because each fast food restaurant in different country,It needs to provide some food which suits for the taste of that country.And also not against the culture of the local country.
    So there is a difference.
    2.The United States lives more freely than China, and China is safer than the United States.
    3.Not at all.The city where I live has a good environment.
    4.Middle school students in China have a lot of classes every day and have little spare time.
    5.I feel very good.
    6.Yesi
    7.Dog
    8.Chinese primary and middle schools are busy, American universities are busy
    .
    9.Sichuan dialect
    10.No
    11.A little different
    12.I don’t know how to say that.
    13.Some can think so.
    14.Yes
    15.Yes
    16.Yes
    17.Play games
    18.China is going to be better and better.
    19.No
    20.No

  5. 1Does everyone in the world like to eat the same food? Fast food restaurants are designed to meet the needs of all kinds of people, not just one person
    2I haven’t been to America yet. No matter where you live, it’s gonna be great, right?
    3The air in the hinterland is still good! Never mind what people say. Just feel it for yourself.
    4I don’t know anything about American schools, but there’s a lot of emphasis on style of study here.
    5Nothing is absolutely good or bad. It feels about the same.
    6I’m a man, I don’t know about that, but most girls before high school should wear very little makeup, and the school has rules about what students wear.
    7China also has many pets, cats and dogs, some hedgehogs, hamsters. We prefer small and lovely animals.
    8It feels like too much homework, but if you don’t do your homework, you will be too far behind others. The problem is heavy.
    9In China, the university before the study too hard, to the university after the very confused, relaxed. I think the United States may be the opposite.
    10Chinese writing is not difficult, but pay attention to too much mood and expression. It’s like painting. Too much of my writing is for exams, so my parents often say I write badly
    11Before dinner to celebrate, always in accordance with the etiquette. Now everyone eats at will, as long as you don’t do anything impolite
    12It’s hard to say that there should be few political conflicts in China, and most people support one side, compared to the United States, which is free, but sometimes conflicts are intense, even if not many, for the sake of choice.
    13Is American technology cheap, too? I don’t know.
    14I’ve heard it before. I’ve heard from the older generation that they have no choice but to make a living. Now that dogs are so cute and naughty puppies, most people won’t hurt them.
    15So much that I don’t want to talk about it. You try.
    16Is this a joke? People are awed by cats if you take a closer look at Chinese customs. Not only can cats catch mice, but cats also have symbols of exorcism and blessing. At least no one scolds anyone for using words with cats. Dogs are different. Isn’t that a contradictory question?
    17Play games, watch TV, play sports, almost as much as foreigners
    18That’s a vague question. Be specific. Whatever the trend, live in the moment, chase your dreams.
    19I don’t know. You want to be a soldier. No one’s stopping you.
    20Depending on the situation, these are two different things. Quality and manufacturing. Good quality, of course, to praise, poor quality, of course, to blame. Just like you buy things and use things the same way. These are two things.

  6. 1 different people have different tastes for food. 2the life style is faster than USA .
    3NO 4I don’t know what USA’s do
    5
    6No
    7Dogs and cats
    8More with stress
    9Local dialect
    10 Yes
    11Yes
    12 Yes
    13 No
    14 Yes
    15Yes
    16No
    17 Play games and phone
    18Innovation
    19
    20No

  7. 1.Yes.
    2.The life in China is more convenient,but it’s a little more crowd.
    3.No,our air is very fresh .
    4.We have very many texts.
    5.Sorry,I don’t know.
    6.Some girls are,and some girls are not.
    7.Dogs and cats.
    8.I think find this anser on Internet will be better.
    9.Local dialect.
    10.No.
    11.Maybe.
    12.More than USA
    13.Yes.
    14.Someone does,but it’s very few.
    15.Yes.
    16.No.How can you ask this question?
    17.Everyone has adifferent hobby.
    18.She will be better.
    19.No.
    20.Of course not.

  8. 1 Because people in different places have different tastes, the menu will be different
    2 There are differences in various aspects such as eating habits, living habits and so on
    3 No, there are still many beautiful places
    4 Does the college entrance exam count in China
    5. Nothing special
    6 don’t
    7 Seven dogs
    8 Score is more important to Chinese students
    9 dialects.
    10 also good
    11Eleven something like that
    12 I think it’s America
    13 is not
    14Some people eat it
    15 middle school and high school students have many many
    16 don’t
    17 many
    18 rise
    19 don’t
    20 not

  9. 1.Because we have different cultures so we have our own favorite foods
    2.Living in America is more free and energetic than in China
    3. No
    4.Morning and evening self-study Running exercise
    6. Chinese girls wear more
    7. Dog and cat
    9. Dialect
    12. America has more political conflicts
    15. Yes yes
    16. No
    19. No
    20. No
    17. Watch movies, dramas, play computer games
    5. Very good
    8. More strict and boring than America
    10. No
    11. Some are different 13. No
    14. Very less of us will eat
    18. Richer and stronger

  10. 1.Because people in different place has different tastes. I haven’t been to USA, but I personlly think it is.,because china has a large population.

    2.Yes ,of course.

    3.No,air pollution is not so bad in the southwest of China.

    4.Tenaggers aren’t allowed to have puppy love.

    5.Sorry,I don’t know about it.

    6.Yes.

    7.Dog

    8.China’s education concentrates on students marks more.

    9.English

    10.NO.

    11.Yes.

    12.Yes,there is.

    13.Yes.

    14.NO!

    15.Yes!

    16.NO!!!

    17.Listening music,
    watch viedos on bilibili(a barragesite site)
    ….

    18.Tik Tok

    19.No,wo donnot force it.

    20.No,I believe our products’ quality.

  11. 1.Because people have varied taste and diet habits.
    2.Differences exist in almost every aspect. It’s hard to say in a word.
    3.No.
    4.There can be more homework in China.
    5.It feels good to bave a powerful and strong government which guarantee our safety and make efforts to improve our life level.
    6.No.
    7.Dogs and cats.
    8.Our education is relatively rigid. and have strong examinability.
    9.Dialect.
    10.It’s not difficult.
    11.Yes.
    12.We have a little political conflict.
    13.Not cheap. That’s because our labor force is cheap.
    14.In some region.
    15.No.
    16.Yes.
    17.Many different hobbies.
    18.Better and better.
    19.No.
    20.No. Most of them have a high quality.

    1. 1.Because we like to eat different things, and the easier to get food ingredients are also very different
      2.I think the biggest difference is that a lot of Chinese families have three generations of people living together, and we enjoy the feeling of having so many people living together
      3.It’s certainly not that dramatic. It is true that a few years ago in China some special steel and coal industries developed in the city air pollution is more serious. But now we take the environment very seriously
      4.In China, there is a flag-raising ceremony from primary school to high school every Monday morning. Everyone gets together in the playground to raise the national flag and sing the national anthem
      5.I think I probably can’t explain the problem clearly
      6.Teenage girls are not allowed to make up on campus before going to college
      7.dog and cat
      8.Before going to college, test scores are the most important. All students aim at getting into good universities. Especially in high school, there are very few activities except study
      9.English
      10.I don’t think so
      11.We mainly celebrate the festivals inherited from our culture, such as Mid-Autumn festival. But a few people celebrate western holidays, such as Christmas
      12.In my opinion, China’s national system and the United States will be less political than political conflict
      13.Actually not, a lot of things are simple processing and assembly, Ming does not have his patent technology. It is a labor-intensive industry
      14.Most people don’t eat it. Few people accept it. I can’t understand eating dog meat at all. Isn’t it cruel
      15.yes!
      16.No!
      17.Volunteer. Travel to other cities. Chase the star. Learn what you love
      19.Of course not, because age suits and the youth that wants to join the army is very much, want to pass strict selection so, not mandatory. It’s a rare opportunity
      20.I have to say, there are some products with low price but poor quality, but we are also very clear that this product has no future and no market, so there are still many manufacturers who pay attention to the quality of products

  12. 1.Why do the fast food restaurants have different menus at different locations around the world? For example, are the menu items different in China than in the USA?
    Because the food around the world is different.Of course different
    2.How is life different in China than in the USA?
    Chinese people are very busy and often work overtime.
    3.Is the air pollution where you live as bad as we have read it is?
    No.
    4.Is there anything that schools in China do that we don’t do in the schools in the USA?
    Night lessons.
    5.How does it feel to live in a communist society after living in a democratic one? (THIS QUESTION IS MOSTLY FOR RANDY BUT ANYONE CAN ANSWER IT WITH THEIR OWN OPINION.)
    Fine.
    6.Do the teenage girls in China wear as much make up as the girls in the USA?
    No.
    7.What is the most common pet to have in China?
    Dog and Cat.
    8.How does China’s education system differ from ours in the USA?
    Students have to work hard since they are young.
    9.Beyond Mandarin Chinese, what is the second most spoken language where you live?
    Provincialism.
    10.Is writing in Chinese difficult?
    No.
    11.Do the Chinese celebrate different holidays than we do?
    Almost the same.
    12.Is there more political conflict in China or less than in the USA?
    Maybe USA is more.
    13.Is technology cheaper in China since so many of the goods were made there?
    No,we have patents.
    14.Do people eat dog meat in China?
    Someone.
    15.Do the Chinese students have very much homework?
    Yes.
    16.Are cats eaten in China, as well?
    No.
    17.What hobbies do teenagers have?
    Many, like musical instruments and sports.
    18.What is trending in China?
    Better and better.
    19.When you reach a certain age, do you have to serve in the Chinese military?
    No.
    20.There are a lot of products made in China. With so much to make, would you say that they are low quality products?
    Of course not.

  13. 1.Because different people have different taste, the fast food restaurants should meet the taste needs of the local peopel to earn money.
    2.I don’t like what life is like in the USA.
    3.No, I deem that where I live have a fresh air.
    4.We do gymnastics every morning.
    5.I think it’s really wonderful!
    6.No.
    7.Dogs and cats.
    8.I don’t know. but there are good things to be said for both.
    9.English.
    10.No, it’s so easy.
    11.No.
    12.Few.
    13.Yes.
    14.Very few people.
    15.Not so much.
    16.No.
    17.Music,sports,and so on.
    18.Which way?Chinese culture is going global.
    19.No.
    20.No

  14. 1.In order to adapt to the eating habits of different people
    2.in traditional difference
    3.No.
    4.No
    5.I think it’s not bad
    6.No.
    7.Dogs and cats
    8.We are passionate about exams
    9.English.
    10.No, it’s so easy.
    11.No.
    12.Few.
    13.Yes
    14.Yes
    15.Not so much.
    16.No.
    17.Gaming and music
    18.Gaming
    19.No.
    20.No.

  15. 1.In order to meet the cultural needs of different regions.Compared with the United States, Chinese menu items are more in line with local eating habits.
    2.Chinese culture is relatively more conservative. Therefore, in many ways, Chinese life is very different from American life.
    3.No.Although China does have smog from air pollution, it is not everywhere and it is not as bad as it thought. I live in a place where the air pollution is not serious and there is no situation that affects travel.
    4.Most teachers in chinese schools like to do a lot of homework.
    5.Feeling good.China gave me a lot of security.
    6.I think it is something like that.
    7.Dog or cat.
    8.Chinese education pays more attention to teacher indoctrination. We have a lot of homework, a lot of exams, and these are just for the college entrance examination.
    9.Local language.Because I live in Chongqing,I speak in Chongqing in most time.
    10.I think it is easy.Maybe it si because I grew up in China.
    11. Of course.We will celebrate the Spring Festival, Chongyong Festival and so on.
    12.No.Chinese political parties are stable.
    13.I don’t know much about that. But I think there should be a lot.
    14.Yes.In the past time,some people had this custom.But I haven’t seen it around me.
    15.Yse.,Not just the teachers,many parents can fina remedial calss.
    16.Yes,But that is very rare.
    17.Playing games.
    18.China is developingIt will become better..
    19.No.It is voluntary.
    20.Not exactly.Chinese products are good.But bad ones,too.

  16. 1.In order to adapt to the eating habits of different countries and regions
    2.China’s concept of life is more conservative than that of the United States
    3.No.
    5.I think it’s really great.
    6.No.
    7.Dogs and cats.
    8.We are passionate about exams
    9.English.
    10.No, it’s so easy.
    11.No.
    12.Few.
    13.Yes.
    14.Yes
    15.Not so much.
    16.No.
    17.Gaming
    18.Gaming
    19.No.
    20.No.

  17. 7. About 5 years ago,Chinese prefer to have dogs.But recent years,people like to have cats.
    9. Chongqing dialect.
    10. For people who write latin letters,it is not easy to write Chinese.
    14. Yes,and the dog meat is remarkable dish in some cities.
    15. Yes,even the pupils have much homework.They always take a heavy school bag to school.

  18. 1.Because different people have different taste, the fast food restaurants should meet the taste needs of the local peopel to earn money.
    2.I don’t like what life is like in the USA.
    3.No, I deem that where I live have a fresh air.
    4.We do gymnastics every morning.
    5.I think it’s really wonderful!
    6.No.
    7.Dogs and cats.
    8.I don’t know. but there are good things to be said for both.
    9.English.
    10.No, it’s so easy.
    11.No.
    12.Few.
    13.Yes.
    14.Very few people.
    15.Not so much.
    16.No.
    17.Music,sports,and so on.
    18.Which way?Chinese culture is going global.
    19.No.
    20.No.

  19. 1: I think it is because of the different customs and tastes of each region in the world that the menus are different.I haven’t been abroad, so I’m not sure about the differences between Chinese and American fast-food menus
    3:I was born and grew up in a small city in sichuan, although there are industries, but the air pollution is not serious, there is no haze, so it is not as serious as the environmental pollution in other big cities
    14:NO

  20. 1:I think it is because of the different customs and tastes of each region in the world that the menus are different.I haven’t been abroad, so I’m not sure about the differences between Chinese and American fast-food menus
    3:I was born and grew up in a small city in sichuan, although there are industries, but the air pollution is not serious, there is no haze, so it is not as serious as the environmental pollution in other big cities
    7:In China, the majority of pets kept at home are cats and dogs, although there are other pets, such as pigs, that are only a few

  21. 7.Dogs and cats are the most animals kept in china. Well, there are also many people would like to keep spiders ,snakes and so on
    14.Yes

  22. 11 .Yes .
    12 .No .
    13No .
    17Teenagers like walking , playing badmintonmaking friends , reading when they are freelistening to music and traveling
    18The trend in China is for more democratic polltics and more scientific institutions
    20No but am not sure

  23. 1.I think maybe because of the climate,each region produces different ingredients,or because people have different tastes.
    2.Both Chinese and Americans eat vegetables,but in different way.Americans often eat vegetables raw and add salad,but Chinese always cooked to eat.And Americans drive very quietly.It’s considered impolite to honk your horn while driving.In addition,in China,people almost always let the car go.In the United States to drive, the car must let pedestrians.Otherwise,an accident is always the drivers fault.
    3.No,my hometown is the famous mountain city ——Chongqing. It has beautiful mountains and clear river.I think the air quality here is very good.
    4.Chinese students study so hard to get into famous college. But they stopped studying hard once they get there. Americans students don’t work hard until they graduate from college .
    5.Sorry,I haven’t.
    6.Personally ,I didn’t make up before college, so I think that’s wrong.
    7.I think it’s a dog.
    8.America is a open education,but the China is hard education.
    9.It’s the local dialect.
    10.No.
    11.Yes.
    12.Yes.
    13.Yes.
    14.Yes,they do.
    15.Yes,it’s so sad for the students.
    16.No.
    17.Playing computer games.
    18.China is getting stronger and stronger.
    19.No,we don’t have to.
    20.I don’t think so.

  24. 6. I think it’s different. American students are more confident, they will dare to show their body, while Chinese students dress more diversified, Japanese, Korean, European and American style will try.
    7. Most pets in China are cats and dogs.
    8. Most of China’s education is exam-oriented, while the United States will be more open and practice-oriented.
    9. Apart from Putonghua, the second spoken language I live in is English, of course. I have been learning English since I was young.
    10. Chinese writing, if you want to write well, I think it is still very difficult, because it requires you to read more books and master more beautiful vocabulary.
    11. At present, the way Chinese celebrate festivals is still more traditional.
    15. Yes, Chinese students do a lot of homework.

  25. 1:
    Because the ingredients of fast food restaurants in different countries around the world will make different adjustments according to the eating habits of local people.
    The difference is that the size of a hamburger in China is only 80% of the size of the same hamburger in the United States. And Chinese coke can’t be refilled, but American coke can. In fact, from another perspective, Chinese fast food has obvious advantages, that is, it is healthier. We can eat 20% less junk food and drink a lot less carbonated drinks.
    2:
    There are many differences between China and America in life. For example, in the United States, tips are given for meals, usually 10 to 15 percent of the amount spent, and restaurants offer ice water without hot water, regardless of the season. In addition, tap water can be drunk directly. And they don’t wash dishes after meals, because americans use the dishwasher. There is no high-speed rail and neighbors have little contact.
    3:
    No, I live in chongqing, also known as mountain city. This city has high vegetation coverage and fresh air, so the air pollution is not serious.
    4:
    Yes, there is.You can’t copy your classmates’ homework in America. If it’s serious, you’ll be expelled from school.
    5:
    People love life and have good education, stable job, satisfactory income, reliable social security, high level medical and health services, comfortable living conditions and beautiful environment.
    6:
    No, they do not. Although modern Chinese people are becoming more open-minded, most people still cannot accept clothes that are too revealing.
    7:
    The most common pet in China is a dog.
    8:Both the United States and China have twelve-year obligations. In America, it is free, but in China, it is our obligation. If you want to study and pay for it, it is your business. It is different in America. Although American university needs tuition fee of 100 thousand ten thousand every year, but you can apply for not to pay at the beginning, after graduation, repay money again. America has an open education.
    9:
    English.
    10:
    Yes, of course.
    11:
    Yes, we do.
    12:
    No, there is not.
    13:
    No, it is not.
    14:
    Yes.
    15:
    Yes.
    16:
    No.
    17:
    Teenagers like walking, playing badminton, making friends, reading when they are free, listening to music and traveling.
    18:
    The trend in China is for more democratic politics and more scientific institutions.
    19:
    No, the Chinese government does not say that military service is mandatory. But once you decide to do military service, you can’t regret it. You must finish it.
    20:
    No, but I am not sure.

  26. 1.Because different countries people have different taste.
    2.I think the differnts are in many ways,just for the school lifes.I also think the American’s schools have many interesting outdoor activities,while in China,we don’t have so.We just study or do the homework in the class.That is so boring!
    3.No.
    4.I think the U.S.A. don’t have the test every week.So terrible!
    5.Sorry,I don’t have the exprience.
    6.No.
    7.Mayb dogs or cats.
    8. China is more difficult than the U.S.A.
    9.Korean.
    10.No,it’s so easy.
    11.No.
    12.Yes.
    13.Yes.
    14.Yes,they do.
    15.Yes,of course.
    16.No,seldom.
    17.Maybe study.
    18.The chinese food and the culture.
    19.Yes.
    20.There are so many made in china,I think lot of they are really low quality products.However,there are good quality things as well.

    Sichuan International Studies University

  27. 1
    Two mainly reason maybe the natural environment and people’s habit. With different areas,the soil,atmosphere,water,weather may greatly different. Therefore the grains and vegetables will be different,while the local people depend on their lands, so what they era daily have will eventually become the habit
    6
    No, but in my view,the age of girls who wear make up are becoming younger than ever

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