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Study overseas was a nightmare to me I always used to be afraid of go to school since everything made me feel uncomfortable I was suffered from culture shock seriously indeed Jeremy a Chinese graduate from Imperial College Culture shock that makes peoples to become personal disorientation is not unfamiliar to most of the newcomers including immigrants and students Obviously numerous and significant differences can be found between Chinese and Western culture from invisible to visible from internal to external And now I would like to compare the three major categories mindsets interpersonal relations and food culture To commence with Chinese and Westerner have a tremendous disparity on their mindset which the former one is more conventional whereas the latter one is more open-minded Mindset is a set of methodologies held by groups of people to judge what can do or not do Compare to the Western history Chinese was a bit late to have the unraveling of feudalism and resulted in fewer intellectuals to open citizens mindsets After that Chinese follows their ancestors regulations and became more conventional For instance some old Chinese still follow the Confucianism in nowadays who are hardly to accept the new cultures and concepts yet Westerners love to contact with different cultures and try to absorb or learn the advantages from them to facilitate their owned one Furthermore interpersonal relation which is an association between two or more people that may range in duration from brief to enduring is another aspect which can show the differ between Chinese and Western culture Interpersonal relation can be divided into two-fold internal family and external career and study
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