The Chinese has little worry about the negative sides of high technology. Therefore they are very positive to learn and adapt new technologies in their own lives, and enjoy it very much.
The cutting edge technologies very often are not discovered by the Chinese, but the Chinese are always looking forward to be the first group for using them.
Ever since I arrived in Beijing, China in Oct. 2010, I’ve learned a very important lesson from the Chinese that has made me a much better man. By observing, working and living with them, I’ve gotten to be more patient.Many Chinese have developed a stoic personality, with a knack for enduring the hard times without complaint or letting others know they are suffering. They just keep carrying on despite challenges that confront them on a daily basis.
It’s amazing to witness it in action, while the reason appears to be on account of their resilience to remain patient and silently hopeful under all circumstances.The Chinese just wait, wait and wait until something better comes along and if not they continue waiting and bear it in silence. I’m from the USA and while growing up and coming of age in my native country, I was not patient, not expected to be so and nearly everyone else I knew was impatient by nature.
Indeed, Chinese people are very patient. This kind of patience is even reflected in their drinking water. Almost all Chinese like boiling water very much. Whether it"s tea or white water, they are very patient to wait for the water to reach the most palatable temperature. There is no doubt that it's torture for ordinary Americans!
When I just arrived in China, I still kept the American habit of drinking ice water, but on a sunny afternoon, I realized the charm of Chinese boiled water. In the process of waiting for the boiled water to cool, I realized the passage of time and the peace of life!