The Muslim World of Colas

780 Words Apr 26th, 2013 4 Pages
Exercise 4: expressing the main idea

___ A. today’s chinese dislike U.S products and American-syles stores.
___ B. the reading s about shopping in china
___ C. many chinese like to shop at supermarkets.
___ D. American businesses and culture are becoming popular in china

Exersice 6 ; identifying major points
Paragraph 1 : du yun shops at pricesmart one or two times a week.
Paragraph 2 : she and her husband have bought an apartment and a car.
Paragraph 3 : du likes to cook traditional chinese food.
Paragraph 4 : many American businesses have opened in china recently.
Paragraph 5-6 : chinese like American products
Paragraph 6-7 : the number of American companies in china is increasing.
Paragraph 12-13 : middle class chinese
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Exercise 27 identifying the main idea * Since tha time, a wide range of foods first grown by indigenous americans has taken the storm. * The Spanish found the foods in the New world.

Biucks,starbucks and fried chicken : still china?
Du yun shops at pricesmart one or two times a week, she and her husband have bought an apartment and a car. And they have no children. She likes to cook traditional chinese food,but with her 6-year-old niece visiting, they go to colonel sanders KFC at the weekend., many American businesses have opened in china recently, because chinese like American products. They like the simplicity, cause they thought it was their lifestyle. But, the Chinese don’t worried because some of them who tried to coycat the American-style stores also got the success.

The muslim world of colas
In the muslim world, Coca cola and pepsi are well known brands. Moreover. In recent years, several muslim cola drink companies have emerged to compete with the U.S beverage giants.
Several cola brands like zam-zam cola, mecca cola, qibla cola, etc are few of the many existing product that made to challenged tha existing of U.S products.
But, the differences is two of that colas (Mecca-Cola and Qibla-Cola) donated some of the money to the charities. And their ads also warned the customer with the message: ‘buy local,not U.S. brands: no more drinking stupid’. They pursue the consumer even in Great Britain till France to