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Germany and China

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Carly Berna

on 26 November 2010

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Transcript of Germany and China

Demographics
Festivals & traditions
Cornerstone of the EU
Blend between France & the US
Individualism
Social oriented institutions
Direct Communication
High Uncertainty Avoidance
Cuisine
Attire
Festivals & Traditions
Demographics
Overview
Music
Overview
Cuisine
Music
Attire
German Composers
Folk Music
Contemporary: Tokio Hotel / Rammstein
Oktoberfest
Love Parade
Dirndl
Lederhosen


-Breakfast: You tiao, Dou jiang, Bao zi
-Dinner: Most important, largest meal
-Tea & Snacks
China & Germany: a Comparison
Mid Autumn Moon Festival
Spring Festival / Chinese New Year
Chinese Art
Traditional Clothing: Xi Pao, Tang Suit
Headdress
Silk
Carly Berna
Jessica Chu
Jesse Elrod
Yoann Pinet
Dustin Piper
Doris Zhang
October 13, 2010
BSCI 607
Dr. Diane Beakey

Population: 1,321,000,000
Main language: Mandarin Chinese
Government: Communism
Literacy Rate-90.9%
Life expectancy: 72.88 years
Instruments
Opera
Folk
Population: 81.7 millions
Main language: German
Government: federal, parliamentary, representative democratic republic
Literacy Rate-99%
Life expectancy: 79.9 years
Collectivism
Indirect communication
Uncertainty Avoidance
Emphasis on saving face
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