#6 important survey be serious, DONT LOOK UP THINGS ON THE INTERNET answers gonna b in a magazine?





# 1,2,3,9=yes/no answers only no maybes #10=tru/fals #11 optional(plz do it tho)
1.Do you think Chinese should be taught as an optional foreign language in school?
2.Do you believe in Feng Shui (practice of placement and arrangement of space to achieve harmony with the environment)?
3.Do you drink tea?
4.If so, why do you drink tea?
A.Because it is beneficial to my health
B.Because it tastes good
C.Both ‘A’ and ‘B’
5.Would you be more keen to buy a household decoration or any other object if it was considered “Zen” or had Chinese calligraphy or designs on it?
6. What animal is not in the Chinese zodiac?
7.What is the capital of China?
8.How many stars are on the Chinese flag?
9.Have you ever heard of or eaten the Chinese fruit lychee?10.The Chinese New Year is in February.
11.in your opinion, what is the biggest misconception about China or Chinese people/culture


  1. 1. Sure
    2. No
    3. YUCK
    4. n/a
    5. No (b)
    6. Cat (c)
    7. Hong Kong?
    8. um….3…dont know really just a guess
    9. No
    10. it is?
    11. dunno….

  2. 1. Yes, it is pretty useful in todays business world.
    2. I’m not sure how much I belive in feng shui, I like the idea of it.
    3. Only flavored non-caffinated teas, mainly when I’m sick.
    4. D. Hot liquid is good for a sore throat
    5. B.
    6. D.
    7. Beijing?
    8. 8
    9. No
    10. True
    11. That they’re really traditional?

  3. 1. no
    2. no
    3. no
    4. n/a
    5. no
    6. c
    7. bejing?
    8. 18
    9. no
    10. oh, really….
    11. they wear those funny looking cone-hats any everyone plays Yu-gi-oh.

  4. 1. Yes
    2. No, but I think a clean, nice-looking place can be nice to live in
    3. sometimes
    4. d
    5. b
    6. b?
    7. Hong Kong?
    8. four?
    9. Yes and I liked it
    10. ?
    11. I think we have you guys pegged about right for the most part.

  5. 1.) They do in high school here
    2.) I think it looks nice, but I don’t think it does anything
    3.) Sometimes
    4.) c
    5.) B
    6.) C
    7.) Beijing (However you spell it)
    8.) 7? No clue
    9.) Nope, and no
    10.) Yes
    11.) I’m not sure….

  6. 1. yes
    2. no
    3. no
    4. n/a
    5. d.
    6. c.
    7. I have no idea
    8. there are stars on the chinese flag?
    9. no
    10. true
    11. to tell you the truth, I really don’t know what to say to that….sorry

  7. 1.yes
    10. T
    11. That they are only allowed to have a certain # of children due to overpopulation.

  8. 1: Yes (it was, in my high school)
    2: Yes, though as a psychological response as opposed to a metaphysical one
    3: Yes
    4: B-because it tastes good
    5: D-maybe
    6: C-cat
    7: Beijing
    8: Crap…four I think
    9: Never heard of it
    10: Yes
    11: People seem to think the Chinese are uneducated

  9. 1. yes
    2. no
    3. yes
    4. C
    5. D
    6. Tiger
    7. Beijing
    8. I think 5?
    9. I don’t think so, no
    10. True
    11. That they are all horrible drivers

  10. 1. yes
    2. no
    3. no
    5. no
    6. guessing…snake
    7. don’t know
    8. don’t know
    9. no
    10. ok
    11. don’t know anything about chinese culture or people

  11. Yes, no, yes, in answer to questions 1,2,& 3. I only drink tea in the summer, on ice. I think there are seven stars, in answer to your flag question.

  12. 1.yes
    2. yes
    3. no
    4. i dont
    5. a. yeah
    6. c. cat?
    7. uhhh i dont know?
    8. 1 or is it maybe 3?
    10. true!
    11. i dont know amd i dont really care about politics or any of that stuff yet.

  13. 1. No
    2. No
    3. Yes
    4. C
    5. B.
    6. C
    7. Beijing
    8. 5
    9. No
    10. True
    11. No idea
    By the way – the questions in this survey are definitely skewed to the opinion that you are trying to make in your magazine article. It is obvious that you are trying to prove that American’s do not know enough about Chinese culture.
    My question to you is “Why is it important”? Our students do poorly enough in their areas of study. Let’s sink money in to improving their education here, not adding another elective.
    And, btw… if you are asking people to take a survey for a magazine you should probably refrain from the word “gonna”. Like I said, we should sink money in to educating our students on their weaknesses.

  14. 1. Yes, it is already being taught at my school.
    2. No
    3. Yes
    4. C
    5. A
    6. C
    7. Beijing
    8. 4?
    9. Yes, I eat it often.
    10. True
    11. That everyone who is Chinese, is business minded and a-political (that their only interest is making money).

  15. 1) yes
    2) yes
    3) yes
    4) C
    5) D
    6) C
    7) Beijing
    8) ?
    9) yes (my favorite – in season now)
    10) yes (this year Feb 18)
    11) They’re born academically “gifted” (they just have an excellent math/science education system – we give our kids calculators in 1st grade)

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