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6/29/2007

Work vs Life in the different cultures

I watched one tv play in Japanese - ハケンの品格 recently.



It talks about one temporary worker's story. The leading role's name is 大前春子. She has the glaring ability and countless certificates. But she insists on working as one temporary worker. The temporary work always has three months. Once the period finished, she will make a trip all over the world.

Recently, this tv play is popular in Japan and China. Specially, many young people are eager to work and life like the leading role. This is very different from the past.

In Japan, one word is popular. That is "Work is life". People work hard, and the work is the most important part in life. The young people go to work early, and go home lately. In China, people word harder even without salary when working overtime. No discipline force them to do as that. The culture is just that.

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