“The” way vs “a” way (Japan v China dept)

Generally true…

James Fallows (November 27, 2007) – “The” way vs “a” way (Japan v China dept):

Japan is all about the way of doing things. Practice, ritual, perfectionism, as much fanatical attention to the process as to the result. China is all about finding a way to do things. Improvisation, little interest in rules, putting up with whatever is necessary to attain the result.

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  1. chen nan you

    yeah, it seems it’s true, can you give some example, by the way, can you tell me why you delete my comment? i don’t get it, why?

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