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(DeWoskin) The transformation of China takes only a few years through considerable resources of linguistics and culture. Beijing is captured in the book as a pivotal juncture in funny memoir, intelligence and the luck by leaders to be sharp-eyed through the guidance of the writer.
The daily conversation in the book is by contrast providing the literalism that is spoken of Chinese in an indirect manner that is dizzying. The writer comes to the realization of what she wanted and expected to happen. Just like many languages, the Chinese language has a lot of idioms that have meaning that are apparently miles apart. The show theme song that is used in the book depicts some segregation by calling the westerners as Laowai which means “old foreigners”. The suggestion of old in this scenario indicates comical obliviousness in relation to senility. The writer in some instances nodded when she was asked about her agreement with American women of being open minded thinking of it as a compliment instead of a negative attribute. The Chinese word for open minded known as “kaifang” was used to indicate a lack of discipline accompanied with abandonment that is promiscuous.
There is an influence of character through the environmental influences that happens immediately the writer reaches China. In the process of discovering her true purpose, she is involved in love relationship which influences her cultural upbringing to western style. This happens too with another lady who is involved in a traditional courtship. In essence, women are culpable of influence by men when they are involved in a relationship in order to please and make them happy hence they strive to change their custom for personal benefits.(Conceison) The show moves to push all kinds of buttons, playing to the anxieties of Chinese about the influences of
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