Top 44 Chinese People Quotes

In this post, you will find great Chinese People Quotes from famous people, such as Rebecca MacKinnon, Pansy Ho, Chiang Kai-shek, Sun Yat-sen, Wen Jiabao. You can learn and implement many lessons from these quotes.

When Google went into China, there were some people who

When Google went into China, there were some people who said they shouldn’t compromise at all – that it is very bad for human rights to do so. But there were other people, particularly Chinese people, who said they were glad Google had gone in.
I believe that the Chinese people as a whole love to make investments in real estate.
Pansy Ho
Our late Leader, Dr. Sun Yat-sen, with his universal sympathy for all oppressed and his profound understanding of Jesusrevolutionary spirit of love and sacrifice, carried on his revolutionary work for forty years and brought about at last the liberation of the Chinese people.
How can human rights be ever developed for the majority of Chinese people? The only way is to organize. To organize workers, peasants, merchants, industrialists, and students at the grassroots level.
I believe I and all the Chinese people have such a conviction that China will make continuous progress and the people’s wishes for and needs for democracy and freedom are irresistible.
Wen Jiabao
The Chinese people have been forced to forget the Tiananmen massacre. There has been no public debate about the event, no official apology. The media aren’t allowed to mention it. Still today people are being persecuted and imprisoned for disseminating information about it.
Chinese people as consumers, while they’ve always valued food and beverage for the health food qualities, they are also now wanting it in terms of other values: ‘Does this speak about my position in society? Am I now middle-class, and does this matter to me?’
Chinese people need to be controlled; otherwise, they will do whatever they want.
I want Chinese history to remember me as Carnegie is remembered. I want Chinese people to remember me as they remember Marx and Lenin.
People probably think I’m cute because I have dimples and am friendly and always smiling. But beauty is different. In Chinese, people say I have chi ze, which means aura or a strong sense of presentation. It’s not about my look.
On the face of it, China has won the Olympics. But it is not China that has won, but the Communist party. The Chinese people have lost.
Early on, people told me I was making Chinese people look bad. I’ve been living with this accent. I had already been doing standup for a while. I knew my voice already. I myself never wanted to make my accent the butt of the joke. I never want it to be, ‘I’m laughing at your accent.’
I loved going to the Chiang Kai Shek Memorial in Taipei to watch all the old Chinese people doing tai chi and practicing kung fu. The monument was made of white marble, and it was beautiful. Sometimes my dad and I would practice with them.
Chinese people need to be aware of their present and ask, ‘What’s our culture? What can we bring to the world?’ I don’t think there’s anything wrong with that.
Chinese people age overnight.
If China someday gains a more fair, just, and accountable system of government, it will be due to the hard work and efforts of the Chinese people, not due to the inexorable workings of any particular technology.
Zhang Yimou tried to use martial arts to talk about Chinese culture, Chinese people. What do they think, what do they want and what do they hope.
I think where traditional values are concerned, Chinese people see nature as very symbolic. It’s a form of culture.
In much the same way Ip Man embodied the struggles of the Chinese people, I wanted Gong Er to represent the changing role of women.
I am ever hopeful that there are generations of young Chinese people who are really thinking about the future and what kind of society they want.
The Chinese people are a great people; they are industrious and brave, and they never pause in pursuit of progress.
For all the social changes in China can be traced to their early beginnings in the days when the new tools or vehicles of commerce and locomotion first brought the Chinese people into unavoidable contact with the strange ways and novel goods of the Western peoples.
Chinese people, young people, they don’t go shopping a lot in department stores. All department store guys hate me. They say business is bad because of Jack.
I wanted to analyse and understand how the Chinese people could have their lives so crushed by fear.
Best Buy is just too Western! They do not stock enough Chinese brands, and Chinese people do not want to buy foreign brands.
Zhang Jindong
Sundays are for Dim Sum. While the rest of America goes to church, Sunday School, or NFL games, you can find Chinese people eating Cantonese food.
This filmHerotalks about the peace of Chinese people.
After learning the language and culture of the Chinese people, these Jesuits began to establish contacts with the young intellectuals of the country.
While the Chinese people, as a rule, are good people, my business dealings with Communist Chinese officials have left me disturbed and concerned about the rise of the Chinese Empire.
I love the Chinese people.
I think it’s very important for the Chinese people, the Chinese government to build lots of hockey rinks, bring some coaches here and learn the game, and I think they will do well.
Chinese people become jealous about status more easily.

Chinese people become jealous about status more easily. Foreigners are more inclined to look up to successful people. I don’t understand why there is a difference. If two people start at the same point and then one person gets ahead, the other should work hard to catch up. But instead, they just curse. They are jealous.
Gong Li
Chinese people like to do things with a low profile; they do not like to expose their wealth.
The Internet is truly God‘s gift to the Chinese people.
I have a deep love for the Chinese people.
By 1979, Chinese people were poorer, on average, than North Koreans. I mean, your average per-capita income in China that year was one third of sub-Saharan Africa‘s.
China has become a ticking time bomb, facing many wars within, triggered by a number of internal ticking economic and demographic tinderboxes that threaten to bring on that which the Chinese people fear most – ‘chaos‘ or ‘luan.’
During the long process of history, by relying on our own diligence, courage and wisdom, Chinese people have opened up a good and beautiful home where all ethnic groups live in harmony and fostered an excellent culture that never fades.
When I first heard that I had won the prize, I thought that it was something for myself, that it was something personal, recognition of my writings. But there is such a strong reaction from Chinese people in particular. It’s been very passionate, overwhelming and passionate, Chinese people from all over the world.
Chinese people have that superstitious fix – people always do feng shui when they are opening a shop; even the Hong Kong Shanghai Bank pays people to do feng shui for them.
When you think after 25 years of Mao, Chinese people had no idea about western music or even western culture. They had no idea about James Dean or the Beatles or Charlie Chaplin, modern music or modern cinema.
Chinese people of my parents‘ generation who lived through the Cultural Revolution knew so much of death at such a young age, and the psychic toll those experiences left was immense. I knew the stories of the Cultural Revolution before knowing what the Cultural Revolution was.
This is our bottom line, and the will of 1.25 billion Chinese people.
Zhu Rongji
Of course China is an important new market for Tod’s, and of course we need to succeed commercially. But I believe the way to do that is not to aim to deliver results in the short term by thoughtless expansion, but instead to explain to the Chinese people what our brand is really about.