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印度人应该向中国学习什么,印度人来华后:宁波城建不是德里和孟买可以比的

What should Indians learn from China?

印度人应该向中国学习什么?

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Ramakrishnan Tamilvanan, I am Indian
Updated Mar 29, 2017

Respecting women. Treating them as Equals.
Not getting too obsesed with religion.
Learn to respect others eating habits. And not discriminating them. Both beef and pork.
Healthy respect towards elders and parents.
Keeping faith in the ruling government

尊重女性,视男女平等

不迷恋宗教

学会尊重其他人的饮食习惯,不歧视他人

尊重长辈和父母

对政府有信心

 

Ashutosh Mehndiratta, Curious Indian
Answered Mar 27, 2017

Treating women as equal to men

Based on my brief visit to China and observing Chinese communities in Western countries, there seems to be a striking difference between India and China.

I noticed women working along with men everywhere. At the airport security, I was surprised at being patted down by a woman.

In Chinese restaurants, bakeries, and retail stores, there seems to be a healthy chemistry between Chinese men and women who work there. Joking, laughing, arguing with each other boisterously, they exude positive energy.

That to me is a big difference between the two neighbors of billion+ people each.

btw this trait puts the Chinese way above the Japanese too, who may be more developed otherwise.

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男女平等。从我对中国的短暂访问,以及我在西方国家对华人的观察来看。中印似乎存在一个明显区别。

我发现,中国女人和男人一起工作是司空见惯的。

在机场安检的时候,一名女子轻轻拍打我,这让我吃惊到了。

在中国餐馆,面包店和零售店,中国男女之间似乎相处相当融洽,有说有笑的,满满一股正能量

两国都是十几亿人的人口大国,在我看来,这就是两国的一大区别。

顺便说下,中国的这个特点,也比更为发达的日本强太多了

 

Anup Mohan, Indian, Working in China for over 1.5 Years
Answered Dec 27, 2016

I have been working in China for over a year now and there are many observations that I have made. I will divide it in few categories for you to get a better understanding.

我在中国工作一年多,有了很多收获。

为了更好地理解,以下分几个方面来阐述。

Economic Development

Roads and Highways - China has the world’s largest network of Expressways. They have been planned and were constructed as 6–8 laned from the beginning itself. Also, one of the things I love about highways in China is that most of the times they are vertical as in they are constructed as long bridges, in Indian term just like a super long flyover. It is extremely smart since it doesn't require land acquisition (A major problem in India) and still fulfills the purpose and doesn't create a problem with the land owner.

经济发展:

公路:中国拥有世界最庞大的高速公路网,一开始设计就是双向6车道或8车道。

中国高速公路最让我欣赏的一点是,很多路段是高架的,用印度的话来说,就是超长的立交桥。

这样做很聪明,不用征地嘛,而征地在印度是特别棘手的。

Housing - One thing I absolutely love about China is its strong will to accommodate every single person in it. No matter which city I go to, big or small, metro or normal, I always find super tall apartment buildings that are as high as 40–50 floors. Again, as in highways, going vertical than horizontal (As in India). These are luxurious apartment for rich class as well as lower income apartments. Accommodating the world’s most powerful middle class is a daunting task in itself.

住房:中国让每个人都有其屋住。

不管去哪座城市,大城市或者小城市,我发现所到之处都能看大40-50层高的公寓,啧啧,立体化发展啊。

有为富人准备的豪宅,也有为低收入修建的公寓。

让世界最庞大的中产阶级有房子住,是一个艰巨的任务啊

Bullet Trains - Imagine this, in 2008 China didn't have High Speed Trains where as in 2012, it had the longest network of High Speed Trains in the world. Such magnanimous construction of bullet trains on a national level has never been thought of attempting than in China. These trains don't just carry people but has become an economic backbone of China. And yes, the train stations are giganticly massive and even the ones in some small cities are better than many Tier 2 cities’ airports in India including Delhi Domestic Airport (T1D).

高铁,想象一下,2008年那会,中国还没有高铁呢。

到了2012年,中国已经建成了世界最长的高铁网。

如此全国范围内的高铁修建,是以前从未有过的。

高铁不仅方便了人们出行,而且成为了中国经济的支柱。

高铁车站相当庞大,就连小城市的高铁车站,也比印度二线城市的机场更壮观,也比德里国内机场更好

Overall infrastructural development - If there is one reason of why China is, what it is today, the building block of that in Infrastructure. Once I went to Ningbo, a city famous of universities and about 3 hours away from Shanghai. It is not a metro city as such and not that famous/big too. But I was shocked while walking on the road with 16 lane highways and 20–30 floor buildings in each side. The view and architecture and the infrastructure of such a small city is incomparable with our Delhi and Mumbai. The amount of planning and money that have gone into it is evident by looking at it for a second.

整体基础设施发展:

中国如何取得现在的成就,基础设施啊。

我曾经去过宁波一个著名的大学,距离上海也就3小时车程。

宁波不算是大城市,也不算是有名的城市。

可是当我漫步在宁波16车道的公路上时,我震惊了啊,两边可是鳞次栉比的20-30层的高楼啊

这样一座小城市的基础设施和城建规模,不是德里和孟买可以比的。

只要看那个规模,就知道投入了多么大的资金

No Cash - One of the things I absolutely love about China is that if I don't have cash, I don't need to worry about anything. Imagine, if you could pay at a super market through whatsapp? That's what wechat does to you. BTW, I always say there are 2 gods in China. One is wechat (Chinese version of whatsapp) and second is Taobao (read more about it in the next point). I don't carry cash and always use wechat pay in taxis, super markets, cafes and so on.

非现金社会,中国让我喜欢的一点是出门不用带现金。想象一下,去超市购物可以刷whatsapp。

没错,我出门都不带现金的,打的啊,去超市购物啊之类的,都是移动支付

Health and Healthy - When I was working in India, I was considered a fit person. The moment I moved to China, I was the fattest person on my team. Chinese people have the highest standards possible for fitness and being healthy. There were many instances during my experience here when I would eat something sweet (say putting sugar in coffee or an ice-cream) and the people around me would make fun of me saying, this is not healthy and will make you have diabetes, etc. Their food is also made in such a way that it's healthy. No wonder I have lost 18 KGs in 1 years (from 88 to 70).

在印度工作的时候,我这个身材还算好的。然而去中国后,我发现自己是团队里最胖的一个。

中国人对身材和健康的标准是最苛刻的。

有很多例子,每次吃甜的东西,比如在咖啡里放入糖块,周围的人就会提醒说,这样会得糖尿病的。

中国菜的烹饪方法也是健康的。难怪在中国呆一年,我瘦了18公斤,从88公斤瘦到了70公斤

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