Yesterday, my old friend Henry left a message to me: Why can't some Chinese hydraulic valve manufacturers understand my logic? This is not the first time I have heard such complaints from overseas guests. There are also many hydraulic valve peers who often joke about what the foreigner thinks. Is he from the moon?
Without same worldview as you, of course, he is not on the same channel as you. Look at the world first, then you can have a world outlook. As the old saying goes, reading thousands of books and traveling thousands of miles means reading a group of people, reading a city or a country, not looking for similarities but feeling different. The more places you travel, the more you can understand how different people are. If you regard your little insight as 100% correct logic, how can you understand the completely opposite logic? Different countries and people have completely different views and ideas on a matter.
One time, when I was settling accounts for a US$93.00 bill at a supermarket in Vancouver, Canada, I used to pay US$100.00 and US$3.00, and I think you can give me 10 dollars. But the cashier looked at me in surprise, kept saying more, and then firmly returned US$3.00, and then pushed the $93.00 goods to me. After a long time of searching, he gave me the rest of the change US$7.00.
It was very shocking at that time. Later, I gradually understood that the way they changed their change was like this. It turns out that there are great differences in the way of thinking and living habits between people in this world. What you take for granted is completely incomprehensible to others. What you take for granted is actually just habit.
Many American universities have no doors. You can drive directly to the downstairs of the dormitory when you drive. Stanford and Harvard have no doors. In China, there are not only doors, but also gatekeepers. In Seattle, I made another mistake and waited for half an hour on the street. There was no taxi. It turns out that most Americans have cars. Taxis don't run empty on the road. You need to make an appointment. In China, taxis are readily available. If you stay in a place for a long time, you will naturally bring your habits here, and you should think that every place is the same. But New York is different. Taxis are everywhere on the streets.
The subway in Munich, Germany, has no ticket checker or gate. In China, there will be a gate to check tickets when you take the subway. There is no gate and no one checks in. Is it possible to enter without buying a ticket? It has a system that ticket inspectors will randomly check on the subway. If it is found that you have not bought tickets, you will be severely fined. Suppose the subway ticket is 3 dollars. If you are drawn, you will be fined 300 dollars, which will also affect your social reputation. It uses the heavy punishment system to stop all people who are not aware of it, instead of using the gate. This logic is a strict punishment system in the late stage, but the control cost in the early stage is low. Different countries have different cultures and different systems. The more you see, the more you can understand the difference, and the more inclusive you are, rather than complacent in your own logic.
I don't agree with you because we have different beliefs. I support you because I understand your faith. If you have this attitude, you will have a different world outlook. The significance of travel is not to find similarities, but to feel different. Every time you travel, you look at the outside world with insight, look at your heart with reflection, and then bathe in the differences of the world. Even if life is boring, don't forget to go far away. Even though hydraulic valve customers are all over the world, don't forget the different world outlook.
AAK Hydraulic Valve, walk into your world view, in your logic.
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