For years, I have gotten used to the similar regards, as “Are you on the net yesterday? I have found something interesting in…” which means you should log in QQ, and see what had been sent to you. We have been conditioned to this IM that supports leaving a off line message, so email is of less importance for daily use.
Although MSN is widely used in the world, it has just 20 million active users in this country, and had to stop its service while an earthquake break off the cable between China and America several months ago.
I talked with Andy who is one of my former classmates of the senior middle school for more than two hours in QQ yesterday, both of us were complaining about the fierce competition between young graduates these days. It’s a big problem originated by the expanding admission to colleges. Premier Zhu Rongji facilitated this reformation in 1999 to resist the blight of the Financial Crisis of Asia 1997, which could be used to boost the domestic consumption while industrializing the higher education. Zhu is a great leader, but I should say that it is not wise to cater to the enormous education demand of the Chinese family.
All colleges say that more than 95% of the young men with diplomas have found the job, which is a thorough lie in the rivalship between each college. They would even compel some of the students to get a contract to rise the percentage, competition can be found everywhere in these days.
It is widely reported in China these days that thousands of young graduates are seeking for a single job in Beijing to serve in the sauna room, which is originated in Finland and boosts in most cities of China. Andy said it is hard for him to seek a job, but he would finally find one still. All he want is a temporary work to live in Chengdu, which has been founded for 2300 years and have either been destroyed nor moved. Everyone has a job-hopping timetable; they are aggressive but may be vulnerable to the inclement society simultaneously. I’m one if them.
When I was just step into my memorable senior middle school in 1999, there were
Here are some good news I got today, the one is that our respectable principal Wan Gang who had just signed his name on my graduation diploma is now the Minister of the Science and Technology Ministry. It’s a big day for him, one thing must be pointed out that he is not a CPC member. It’s great.
Another good news is that I have just received NFGman’s encourage by commending this blog a GOOD WORK, Thank you for your patience of my stumble words!