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How to be counted as civil servants?  

2009-01-17 16:13:24|  分类: 默认分类 |  标签: |举报 |字号 订阅

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So far as I know, it's tough to say how because it varies among different countries.Why should I say so? Something silly to ask. Does the income being paid to that worker from the government acting as civil servants? Does the work highly related to the public be civil servants? Does those working in state-owned enterprises be able to counted as civil servants? Before clearly defining all these terms, I don't think it is suitable to confirm how civil servants be.

But in terms of Economics, only the last one of the above will be counted as civil servants, excluding those who are whatever being defined. So what makes such an idea and concept(s)? It's important. Everytime I go to those restaurants in Peking, I find them tough to adapt their service platform and their quality of food. Maybe, others may say southerners or foreigners may not be able to well adapt to such a big differences between southern and northern dishes and tastes, hence, so does foreigners.

The questions is that isn't it one kind of service spelling as q-u-a-l-i-t-y? Maybe, it would be quite tough to evaluate as being an outsider, however, you may notice if you go and walk around within Peking. Other dishes all over Chinese are comparatively less favourable in Peking, which unlike those in Guangzhou, Dongguan, and Shenzhen along the Pearl River Delta. What makes such a big difference(s)? Maybe, we may have a wild guess toward the source(s) of workers from outter province. Guangdong is something more than Peking. But it may not be suitable as I know for long is there was a 3 million daily travellers/ movable persons a day in 2000 making Peking as terminal node. Hence, such a hypothesis should not be correct. At least, there are also some groups of people who did it for stay in terms of different length.  And depending on the better nutrition and gworing longevity of Chinese, certain related home town dishes would probably be shown in order to be something like millionaire at least the similar for Indian in Africa.

Therefore, what I guess is whether those restaurants are in different degree of state-owned. If they are not in differnt degree of state-owned, it will be a disaster as we can hardly find such a big number of people are not interests orientated. This is because charging a high price for a certain amount of so-called home town dishes in a distant working places would be highly profitable. If it still doesn't be workable, then a highly speculative protective barriers should be there to wait for the industrial new entrants, otherwise, no one are willing to throw all those money away rather saving or even gaining it.

Should those who are working in those Peking restaurants be counted as semi-civil servants? I am not sure too. But those restaurants owners may be able to be considered in certain extent for sure. It's easy because their actions are in conceptually comparatively don't know the difficulty of gaining money with Southerners/ Pearl River Delta-ese. Maybe, I am all wrong, however, I can't find something more to refute what I have said above.

Feel free to let me know if you all do know a more detailed and/ or  completed picture.

By Armen Levitt.
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