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Living in Beijing, I thought that the city during the day was just fascinating.生活在北京,我觉得这个城市的白天格外迷人。The sheer number of people walking on the sidewalks,那街道上肩接踵的行人,barely impenetrable subway stations, 那地铁里水泄不通的站台,overly packed buses and endless lines of cars moving around the city. 那人满为患的公交车和无边无际的小轿车,排着长队塞满了整座城市。As expected from Beijing, 正如人们所想的一样,it was a bustling city where time was worth a lot of quai (RMB).繁华的北京城里,时间的价值如同人民币一般坚挺。Beijingat night though was probably the most interesting. 然而夜晚之于北京,则又更多了一番趣味。Friends wanting to show me around the city 一些急于向我展示这座城市的好友,would drag me from historic monuments to museums to famous streets 拉着我从历史古迹参观到物馆,再到著名的大街小巷,and of course completing the day with a visit to a restaurant 然后理所当然地,以饱餐一顿来为这一天画上句号。guaranteed to lead to a bar and then a club.最后更不忘要光顾一家酒吧,再泡上一个Club夜店。Two areas in Beijing are famous for the number of clubs that one can go to. 在北京,有两个著名的Club夜店集聚地。Both had distinct features separating them from each other两个地方有着各自鲜明的特色, but one thing that they had in common was the back of the club. 但是它们有一个共同的地方—夜店的背面。I am not pointing out at the sketchy back of the club but the back where most ex-pats tend to prefer. (First time cut)我指得并不是夜店的后门附近,而是背面那一块老外扎堆儿的地方。Located away from the entrance and a little secluded from the rest of the club, 在夜店远离入口处,与其他区域都有所隔绝的那一块地方,in the back of the club English and not Chinese prevails. 中文不再通用,英文大行其道。In terms of race, there is not a specific one 这里没有一个特定的种族群体,and individuals from all continents are represented. 来自五湖四海的各色人种都汇聚在这里。There were sons and daughters of ambassadors, businessmen, delegates,这里有大使、商人和官员的子女,or the children of the middle to the bourgeois class of China that had the opportunity to live/study abroad.也有从中国中产阶级到富贵人家出来,在国外生活或学习过的孩子Native English speakers and Chinese speakers are actually at a disadvantage on these grounds.英语母语和中文母语的人,在这里都没有什么优势。Perspectives, let’s take someone from theed States.比如说一个来自美国的人,Living inChinathey probably have learned some form of Chinese.生活在中国,他们很可能已经学会了一定的中文。Many tend to be fully conversational however tend to lack ing amp; writing skills.很多人尽管读写能力比较差,但是用中文来对话已经完全没有问题。Being enrolled at an American, British or IB School 他们就读于美国,英国或者IB国际学校,the main language that they communicate in we can assume is English. 我们可以认为他们平时都用英语交流。Taking someone that was born and raised in Beijing,而对于一个在北京出生和长大的人而言, the same conditions apply and that person speaks both English and Chinese fluently.这个假设也同样适用,这个人也可以流畅地使用中文和英文。Branching out a little bit more, let’s take someone from France .如果我们进一步来看,以一个法国来的人为例。There is indeed a French school in Beijing, (Lycée Francais International de Pékin)在北京确实有这么一所法国学校 (北京法国国际学校),but as we know it, in business if one does not speak English 但是我们都知道,如果一个生意人不说英语,then it will be hard for that person to do any sort of business in the future. 那么他未来就很难做任何生意。Thus, we can even assume that the parents of the students are also fluent in English.所以,我们也可以假设这些法国学生的家长也能说一口流利的英语。In summary, someone fromFrancewould be able to communicate in three different languages.综上所述,从法国来的人就可以用三种不同的语言来交流。Branching out even more, let’s say we have an international couple living inChinafor work.再进一步来看,假设有一对国际夫妇在中国生活和工作。You have the native language of the mother, the father, English and then Chinese.这个母亲说一门语言,父亲说一门语言,他们还会讲英语和中文。In total that makes four languages.于是这家人总共会说四门语言。Simply knowing more languages or as matter of fact English仅仅是会说多种语言,包括英语,is not enough to enter this so-called elite circle. 已经不足以帮你进入这个所谓的精英社交圈了。With the heavy influence of theed StatesonChina,随着美国文化对中国社会影响的不断加深,songs played at clubs lean heavily on songs that were made in theed States.现在连夜店里面播放的音乐都已经离不开“美国制造”了。American television is likewise extremely popular inChinaand in the world. 同样地,美国的电视节目也在中国,甚至全世界,变得极为流行。Consequently, American style jokes, puns, fashions and allusions to South Park or Family Guy 正因如此,美式的幽默、双关语和流行元素,以及南方公园、恶搞之家里面的典故,have a near 100 percent chance of perfectly hitting the level of etiquette or common sense that is a now a standard in the back of these clubs.几乎已经成为了这些夜店背面的小圈子里的通俗语言。This is where a slight divide starts to take place. 在这里,一个不易察觉的隔阂出现了。It is less apparent amongst foreigners from westernized countries 对于那些西方国家来的人而言,这个隔阂不那么明显,but stands out a bit more amongst people who are Chinese. 但是对于中国人来说,却是不容小觑的。Having been raised in well to do families, 从小生长在环境优渥的家庭里,many Chinese students in the back of the club have been taking English classes since they were young. 很多夜店背面圈子里的中国学生从很小就开始学习英语。They speak at a native level and better yet sometimes with a slight British accent. 他们的英语水平和那些英语是母语的人相差无几,甚至有时还带有轻微的英腔。The issue is still the same though, 然而问题的实质并没有改变,when put in this Expatriate environment the rules are different, 当他们进入这个外籍的社交圈时,游戏的规则不同了。the mindset is different and these differences reach all the way down to the .思维方式已经有所差异,而这些差异甚至能在菜单上反映出来。Being able to the name B-52 does not mean that one will know how to drink it. 能够正确地读出B52轰炸机鸡尾酒的名字,不代表这个人了解如何去喝它。When done correctly, the person that passed the order will receive a lighter 若想正确地喝下这杯鸡尾酒,这个点单的人应该用他或她收到的打火机that he or she will use to lit the shot on fire and then a straw to quickly drink the contents of the shot.将这杯酒点燃,然后用一根吸管快速地将整杯酒一口闷掉。If done incorrectly, you guys can aly imagine the problems that could potentially take place.若非如此,你们一定能想象出这个点单的人会遭遇怎样的尴尬吧。This is the reality of the back of the club that I saw in Beijing. 这就是我所见的北京的夜店背面圈子里的现实。In this day of age, knowing two languages is no longer as rare as before. 如今,掌握两门语言的人已经越来越多了。To some extent, knowing a language very well is not as helpful as 从某种程度上讲,将一门语言学得炉火纯青learning a little bit of a language but a lot more about the culture倒不如只学语言的皮毛 that is behind that language. 但深入了解其背后的文化来得实用。In this continuously globalized world a new standard is quickly being formed 全球化愈演愈烈,一种新的标准正在被建立and I think that during my time in Beijing我觉得我在北京的这段时间里I’ve had a glance at what that sight will be.感受到了这新标准的一小部分With this said, I want to hear you guys#39; opinion.最后,我想问问你们的想法Have you experienced this ;Back of the Club; phenomenon in the places that you have been? 在你们去过的地方,有没有发现过这样的,国际化圈子呢? Living in Beijing, I thought that the city during the day was just fascinating.生活在北京,我觉得这个城市的白天格外迷人。The sheer number of people walking on the sidewalks,那街道上肩接踵的行人,barely impenetrable subway stations, 那地铁里水泄不通的站台,overly packed buses and endless lines of cars moving around the city. 那人满为患的公交车和无边无际的小轿车,排着长队塞满了整座城市。As expected from Beijing, 正如人们所想的一样,it was a bustling city where time was worth a lot of quai (RMB).繁华的北京城里,时间的价值如同人民币一般坚挺。Beijingat night though was probably the most interesting. 然而夜晚之于北京,则又更多了一番趣味。Friends wanting to show me around the city 一些急于向我展示这座城市的好友,would drag me from historic monuments to museums to famous streets 拉着我从历史古迹参观到物馆,再到著名的大街小巷,and of course completing the day with a visit to a restaurant 然后理所当然地,以饱餐一顿来为这一天画上句号。guaranteed to lead to a bar and then a club.最后更不忘要光顾一家酒吧,再泡上一个Club夜店。Two areas in Beijing are famous for the number of clubs that one can go to. 在北京,有两个著名的Club夜店集聚地。Both had distinct features separating them from each other两个地方有着各自鲜明的特色, but one thing that they had in common was the back of the club. 但是它们有一个共同的地方—夜店的背面。I am not pointing out at the sketchy back of the club but the back where most ex-pats tend to prefer. (First time cut)我指得并不是夜店的后门附近,而是背面那一块老外扎堆儿的地方。Located away from the entrance and a little secluded from the rest of the club, 在夜店远离入口处,与其他区域都有所隔绝的那一块地方,in the back of the club English and not Chinese prevails. 中文不再通用,英文大行其道。In terms of race, there is not a specific one 这里没有一个特定的种族群体,and individuals from all continents are represented. 来自五湖四海的各色人种都汇聚在这里。There were sons and daughters of ambassadors, businessmen, delegates,这里有大使、商人和官员的子女,or the children of the middle to the bourgeois class ofChinathat had the opportunity to live/study abroad.也有从中国中产阶级到富贵人家出来,在国外生活或学习过的孩子Native English speakers and Chinese speakers are actually at a disadvantage on these grounds.英语母语和中文母语的人,在这里都没有什么优势。Perspectives, let’s take someone from theed States.比如说一个来自美国的人,Living inChinathey probably have learned some form of Chinese.生活在中国,他们很可能已经学会了一定的中文。Many tend to be fully conversational however tend to lack ing amp; writing skills.很多人尽管读写能力比较差,但是用中文来对话已经完全没有问题。Being enrolled at an American, British or IB School 他们就读于美国,英国或者IB国际学校,the main language that they communicate in we can assume is English. 我们可以认为他们平时都用英语交流。Taking someone that was born and raised in Beijing,而对于一个在北京出生和长大的人而言, the same conditions apply and that person speaks both English and Chinese fluently.这个假设也同样适用,这个人也可以流畅地使用中文和英文。Branching out a little bit more, let’s take someone fromFrance.如果我们进一步来看,以一个法国来的人为例。There is indeed a French school in Beijing, (Lycée Francais International de Pékin)在北京确实有这么一所法国学校 (北京法国国际学校),but as we know it, in business if one does not speak English 但是我们都知道,如果一个生意人不说英语,then it will be hard for that person to do any sort of business in the future. 那么他未来就很难做任何生意。Thus, we can even assume that the parents of the students are also fluent in English.所以,我们也可以假设这些法国学生的家长也能说一口流利的英语。In summary, someone fromFrancewould be able to communicate in three different languages.综上所述,从法国来的人就可以用三种不同的语言来交流。Branching out even more, let’s say we have an international couple living inChinafor work.再进一步来看,假设有一对国际夫妇在中国生活和工作。You have the native language of the mother, the father, English and then Chinese.这个母亲说一门语言,父亲说一门语言,他们还会讲英语和中文。In total that makes four languages.于是这家人总共会说四门语言。Simply knowing more languages or as matter of fact English仅仅是会说多种语言,包括英语,is not enough to enter this so-called elite circle. 已经不足以帮你进入这个所谓的精英社交圈了。With the heavy influence of theed StatesonChina,随着美国文化对中国社会影响的不断加深,songs played at clubs lean heavily on songs that were made in theed States.现在连夜店里面播放的音乐都已经离不开“美国制造”了。American television is likewise extremely popular inChinaand in the world. 同样地,美国的电视节目也在中国,甚至全世界,变得极为流行。Consequently, American style jokes, puns, fashions and allusions to South Park or Family Guy 正因如此,美式的幽默、双关语和流行元素,以及南方公园、恶搞之家里面的典故,have a near 100 percent chance of perfectly hitting the level of etiquette or common sense that is a now a standard in the back of these clubs.几乎已经成为了这些夜店背面的小圈子里的通俗语言。This is where a slight divide starts to take place. 在这里,一个不易察觉的隔阂出现了。It is less apparent amongst foreigners from westernized countries 对于那些西方国家来的人而言,这个隔阂不那么明显,but stands out a bit more amongst people who are Chinese. 但是对于中国人来说,却是不容小觑的。Having been raised in well to do families, 从小生长在环境优渥的家庭里,many Chinese students in the back of the club have been taking English classes since they were young. 很多夜店背面圈子里的中国学生从很小就开始学习英语。They speak at a native level and better yet sometimes with a slight British accent. 他们的英语水平和那些英语是母语的人相差无几,甚至有时还带有轻微的英腔。The issue is still the same though, 然而问题的实质并没有改变,when put in this Expatriate environment the rules are different, 当他们进入这个外籍的社交圈时,游戏的规则不同了。the mindset is different and these differences reach all the way down to the .思维方式已经有所差异,而这些差异甚至能在菜单上反映出来。Being able to the name B-52 does not mean that one will know how to drink it. 能够正确地读出B52轰炸机鸡尾酒的名字,不代表这个人了解如何去喝它。When done correctly, the person that passed the order will receive a lighter 若想正确地喝下这杯鸡尾酒,这个点单的人应该用他或她收到的打火机that he or she will use to lit the shot on fire and then a straw to quickly drink the contents of the shot.将这杯酒点燃,然后用一根吸管快速地将整杯酒一口闷掉。If done incorrectly, you guys can aly imagine the problems that could potentially take place.若非如此,你们一定能想象出这个点单的人会遭遇怎样的尴尬吧。This is the reality of the back of the club that I saw in Beijing. 这就是我所见的北京的夜店背面圈子里的现实。In this day of age, knowing two languages is no longer as rare as before. 如今,掌握两门语言的人已经越来越多了。To some extent, knowing a language very well is not as helpful as 从某种程度上讲,将一门语言学得炉火纯青learning a little bit of a language but a lot more about the culture倒不如只学语言的皮毛 that is behind that language. 但深入了解其背后的文化来得实用。In this continuously globalized world a new standard is quickly being formed 全球化愈演愈烈,一种新的标准正在被建立and I think that during my time in Beijing我觉得我在北京的这段时间里I’ve had a glance at what that sight will be.感受到了这新标准的一小部分With this said, I want to hear you guys#39; opinion.最后,我想问问你们的想法Have you experienced this ;Back of the Club; phenomenon in the places that you have been? 在你们去过的地方,有没有发现过这样的,国际化圈子呢? Article/201407/310854Mom: AOL CEO implied we were greedy A mother says that her child was one that AOL CEO Tim Armstrong labeled as a ;distressed baby.;AOL employees did not like the company’s recent change to their 401(k) plans. Matching 401(k) contributions will be made at the end of the year ratherthan the end of each pay period.Even less popular was how AOL CEO Tim Armstrong explained this change. He talked about rising healthcare costs, incited two AOL families who used benefitsto cover high-risk pregnancies. He referred to babies as distressed babies.Well, you could imagine outrage ensued, then, Armstrong apologized and AOL reversed the policy change. One of the mothers whose children Armstrongreferred to as a distressed baby spoke to N about the comment.It was sort of impossible to process that he was talking about my daughter who was home with me at that time, you know, to hear her labelled a distressedbaby. And to me, there did sound like an implication that somehow we were greedy consumers of healthcare benefits, that we had kind of gobbled up morethan our share of the pie.That mother, that’s Deanna Fei, wrote a really moving and compelling article for Slate.com, saying, “…he (Armstrong) exposed the most searingexperience of our lives…for no other purpose than an absurd justification for corporate cost-cutting.”So here is my thing about this. Tim Armstrong is the guy that most people haven’t heard of. He’s the CEO of a company that a lot of people would besurprised to know still exist, America Online. He’s been in the news twice in the last year, for this talking about distressed babies and also for firinga guy who was snapping photos in the company meeting right there. This is bad press.This is an interesting disconnect that we’ve seen before between corporate CEOs and real people, this woman was the face of a situation that was verypainful to her. They almost lost their baby. She’s a little miracle to begin with.This is why you get health insurance.Yeah. /201402/275948

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