So... is there anything from Chinese culture that you find better than certain Western ones?
I mean, I hardly see anyone ever saying anything good about Chinese society and it's culture. I would like to hear something uplifting about it.
Doesn't really effect me at all, but I like how lots of old people here actually hang out outside/play majiang/do tai chi/exercise etc rather than just watch TV, get fatter and fatter and die like most old people in Britain seem to.
I plan to spearhead the western public square dancing movement when I hit 60.
I generally hate the old people in China, but love the fact that they're mixing it up outside all the time. For whatever reason, the old dudes on my hutong gather right outside the public bathroom to play chess every night. I have no idea why they choose to play there, but that's their spot.
Someone said it before but I'll say it again...I like how people hang out in the evenings and dance, play cards on the street, badminton, tai chi etc. The community feeling is cool.
I also like taking shoes off at the door. Wearing shoes inside is something I can't ever see myself doing again.
The shoes thing is kinda common in lots of places even in the west to be honest. It varies a lot from place to place, but yeah, shoes indoors is pretty dirty.
I LOVE going out to eat with a group and being able to order a ton of dishes and trying everything. I wish that was popular in the west.