Chabuduo! Close enough: what chinese corner cutting reveals about modernity | Curio

Chabuduo! Close enough: what chinese corner cutting reveals about modernity

25 mins | May 28, 2017

Chabuduo is a word in Mandarin Chinese that means “nearly” or “almost”. For most Chinese it also means “good enough”. James Palmer writes in Aeon Magazine about how this has led to China becoming the land of disastrous cost-cutting.

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From Aeon magazine