Subscriber Account active since. In the summer of , I left my hometown of Guiyang, China , and moved to North Carolina for college. I was a year-old freshman, and everything seemed new and different to me. Not only was I trying to make new friends and adjust to college life, but I was learning to live in a completely foreign culture, too. Three years later, I've noticed many cultural differences between the two countries I've lived in, from Americans' relationship with money to the way they eat at restaurants.
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University of Minnesota. San Francisco State University. The University of Texas at Austin. Everyday conflict studied primarily among European American families is viewed as an assertion of autonomy from parents that is normative during adolescence.
Ultimately, Chinese and American people will find they have more similarities than cultural differences. People are motivated by the same things: comfort, money, providing for the family, job satisfaction and security. But each culture reaches these goals via different routes and on the surface, can sometimes seem poles apart.
Ties must be managed to avoid clashes in especially with volatile Trump in White House. The year has proved to be a time of turbulence in U. But will prove to be more than just a year of turbulence: We will look back on it as a turning point in U. That era dates from China's entry into the World Trade Organization in , and reached its most expansive phase in the wake of the global financial crisis, under U. President Barack Obama.