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- The question related to Huawei and government funding reverberate many essential occidental beliefs about Chinese people, whom we associate with communism and protectionist autocratic government. Nevertheless, this question opens up scope for discussion, especially in light of the bailouts that the US government has given to American companies. The tourist first learns of the view that the west holds of his country and wonders at the western argument against the Chinese government helping Chinese companies. Does not the western country believe in supporting its own? Discuss.
- Why does the passage state that the Chinese tourists will be able to purchase prime European and American property? Why is Chinese economic prowess a surprise or issue of concern for westerners? What can be associated with the sudden rise of the dragon?
- Tourists have often been considered as a different species. They tend to lose their identity to merge with the wrong sides. The herd mentality of the Chinese that has been demonstrated in the writing of Evan Osnos is typically poignant when one watches Chinese tourists. How correct is this observation and why?
- The cultural difference demonstrated in the article shows the differences that Europeans and Chinese have ingrained in their cultural constructs. Discuss the cultural differences that have been wittily presented by Osnos in the article. Have we noticed such a difference in the book that we have read and that depicts cultural differences? Why do Chinese tourists, unlike European and American tourists, prefer visiting safer destinations? Why do some tourists prefer visiting safer destinations while others throng to perilous destinations, which are prone to political and violent unrest?
- China has undergone various and juxtaposing socio-political changes that have left a large of the population confused. For instance, the article shows that the younger generation does not relate to the communist philosophers, such as Marx, nor are they aware of the way China was in the eighties. This detachment from the past demonstrates a sense of rootlessness in the country. How can we understand the Chinese values in face of the change in the socio-political scenario of the country?
- Unlike tourists in other countries, the Chinese tourists to Europe were more interested in understanding the greatness of their country vis-à-vis with the other, and therefore, were concerned more with comparing than accepting the vastness of the other culture. Why do Chinese tourists choose to visit Europe and why do they feel as if they are relentlessly engaged in a duel with the hosting culture?