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  • Two Cheers for "Made in China"?
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  • When it comes to the topic of “made in china”,different people hold different ideas.

    Now, just imagine that you are travelling abroad and intend to buy a nice flask as your souvenir, only to find a few tiny words marked on it - "Made in China". What do you say then? Will you still feel sort of surprised like dozens of years ago, or just take it for granted?

    Actually the popularity of Made-in-China commodities is no longer a rare phenomenon. While some negative sides of "Made in China" are controversial, such as the epidemic of low-quality goods, abuse of cheap labor and excessive consumption of natural resources, at the same time, it does possess irreplaceable advantages.

    And the paramount one is its low price. This reminds me of a book named "A Year Without MADE IN CHINA" written by an American Sararh. Accidentally Sararh found that among the 39 Christmas presents she bought, 24 were made in China. Meanwhile, her families' shoes, socks, toys and many other household items were from China as well. All these rendered her perplexed. Will Americans move on without Made-in-China commodities? In concert with her families, Sararh made up her mind to have a year away from "Made in China". It turned out to be a tough year, for she had to buy daily necessities imported from other countries at an excessively high price. Or rather, they were compelled to give up more. The story tells us clearly that globalization is spreading and "Made in China" gaining its popularity because of low price. Were it not "Made in China", people worldwide would suffer a lot from a life of lower quality.

    In addition to low price, the production of Made-in-China commodities is highly efficient as China embraces a developing economy with large amounts of labor. And Chinese workers are relatively well educated complying with labor discipline, which also contributes to the efficiency and produce.

    However despite its popularity and low price; despite its convenience and efficient production, it remains-despite it all-a controversial issue. And the arguments are justifiable. Of course, strengthening actions against low-quality commodities is a matter of utmost urgency; improving laborers' social security system brooks no delay; exploring resolutions to environmental pollution allows of no excuse.

    Fortunately, efforts are being made. As "Made in China 2025" initiative has been unveiled recently, more stress is to be put on the innovation ability, quality improvement and exploration of a green development pattern. I believe that one day, "Made in China" will become a byword for "high quality" and "eco-friendly", and enjoys a fragrant reputation all over the world. Let's cheer for "Made in China" and the progress we will make!




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    • 姓名:宋学玲
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    • 学校:中国石油大学(华东) 2015级
    • 赛区:山东赛区