VIP Class Notes (Nemo)[W]

Writing

I worked in a Korean company for 1year. Worked as an assistant of the general manager.
Looking back at it, it was a good experience but wasn’t a good memory.
There is a big difference superior and subordinate culture between China and Korea.
In my current company, I usually finshed work on time, just nine to six.But in Korean company,I never
back home before the general manager finishied his work. Most korean think if you finish your work earlier than
superior , he thinks you are disloyal to the company. Then you will get less opportunities of promotion.
I also translated chinese-Korean. When the general manager was speaking dirty words, I didn’t translate it into Chinese. Mostly I was in an embarrassing situation.

I worked in a Korean company for a year  Worked as an assistant of the general manager.
Looking back at that period, I could say that it was a good experience but it isn’t a good memory.
There is a big difference  between China and Korea when it comes to the hierarchy system.
In my current company, I usually finish work on time, I work  nine to six. But in the Korean company,I never left the office before the general manager finished his work. Most Koreans think that if you finish your work earlier than your
superior , he/she could thinks that you are disloyal to the company. Then you will get less opportunities of promotion.
I also worked as a Chinese-Korean personal translator to GM. When the general manager was speaking dirty words, I wouldn’t translate them into Chinese, I was in an embarrassing situation./I felt embarrassed

Vocabulary

hierarchy (n): 1-a system in which people or things are arranged according to their importance
等级制度
Some monkeys have a very complex social hierarchy.
有些猴群中出现了非常复杂的种群等级。
He rose quickly through the political hierarchy to become party leader.
他的政治地位迅速上升,成了党的领导人。

prejudice偏见;成见 
an unreasonable dislike of or preference for a person, group, custom, etc., especially when it is based on their race, religion, sex, etc.
E.g.: a victim of racial prejudice 种族偏见的受害者
E.g.: Their decision was based on ignorance and prejudice.他们的决定是由于无知和偏见。

discrimination-辨别

violent (adj): 1-using force to hurt or attack
使用暴力的;强暴的
E.g.: He yells a lot but I don’t think he’s ever been physically violent towards her.
他常大吼大叫,但我认为他不曾对她使用暴力。

violence (n): 1-暴力;暴行 violent behavior that is intended to hurt or kill sb
E.g.: crimes/acts/threats of violence暴力犯罪 / 行为 / 威胁
E.g.: He condemned the protesters’ use of violence against the police.他谴责抗议者对警察使用暴力。E.g.: domestic violence (= between family members)家庭暴力

anchorman (n): 1-a man who is the main news reader on a television or radio news programme(广播、电视节目的)男主持人
E.g.: The late-night show has a new anchorman.

anchorwoman (n): 1-a woman who is the main news reader on a television or radio news program女主持人