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Wicked problems in China, workshop with design students from Tongji University at Design Factory, Sanghai

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  • Civilgolden rice bowlseen as service
  • According to state media, 133 million candidates had enteredtheir names for the contest, although only 97 million actuallytook the written exams. This means each job vacancy is beingchased by 54 candidates. The hottest one is 4124:1. Those whopass the first written exams will have to take more tests, such asoral exams, special skill exams and background checks.
  • While the nominal starting salary for a low-ranking civil-servicejob may not be much, there are various benefits, such as freemedical care and a lifetime retirement stipend. In addition, thereare always the expectations of raises and promotions - not tomention reaping "gray income" through the power that comeswith civil-service jobs. It is no wonder that such a job is seen byuniversity graduates as a "golden rice bowl".
  • the provincial industry leaders inspect the work
  • One day, A was doing his job.
  • Suddenly the telephone rang.
  • Inspect the work?!
  • Calling the ministers.
  • a reception in an expensive restaurant
  • 200 meters red carpet
  • 50 potted flowers
  • the crowds
  • arrange the scene and rehearsal
  • everything is ready
  • waiting for 1 hour
  • toasting and compliment
  • A gift
  • survey report
  • A good dream
  • free medical care a lifetime retirement stipendthe expectations of raises and promotions the power and face
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