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  1. Cognitive Functions
    Extraverted Feeling deals with value judgments in social and cultural dynamics. It's one of the most common functions in Western society (probably American), but i'd like to see examples of how it works in all sorts of societies. Example: China Fe can be all about "unspoken social contracts"...
  2. ENFP Forum - The Inspirers
    Hey internet! I need some advice for travelling solo in China (and Japan, to a lesser extent) for at least a month this summer. I've just finished my final university exams and graduated so I haven't had much time to plan, and I'm going in 2 weeks! Eep! Fortunately my flights are being paid for...
  3. Myers Briggs Forum
    In this thread I want to discuss how different cultures view different personalities. I also want to discuss which personalities are the most valued in any given culture. I personally think China is lead by introvert intuitive's because its probably the only country that has plans for the far...
  4. Guess the type
    The Keirsey people are gravitating toward ISTP for him. I could see that or possibly INTP. Picking up major Enneagram Six w/balanced wing vibes from him, too.
  5. Guess the type
    When you talk about "girl power", it would not be erroneous to start and end the conversation with this harridan. Rose from an imperial concubine to the de facto ruler of China for nearly half a century. :shocked: Her legacy is largely that of despotism and villainy...skilled at seizing power...
  6. Guess the type
    Chiang Kai-shek, a former political and military leader of Republic of China, appears to have been an ESTP, so can someone verify? Thank you. Chiang Kai-shek - Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
  7. ENFP Forum - The Inspirers
    Hey guys, I need some advice! Our Chinese class at uni is very small, only 8 or 9 of us, and in our third year we will go to China. But I feel like the class is a little disjointed and I'm hoping to kind of unify everyone so that there can more camaraderie and goodness and rainbows haha. Any...
  8. The Art Museum
    This is a short story I wrote from my mind. Bit gruesome, but has some ethical connotations to it In eastern China there was once a man who called himself Sun Shi. He was one of the followers of the famous Hao Sin, the warlord. He allowed the rest of the warband to eat his food on any...
  9. ENFJ Forum - The Givers
    Oh dear, I was afraid of this. I moved to China. I had visited Beijing and Shanghai before, and thought this would be a marvelous opportunity! However, those places have a high population of English speakers and Western lifestyle. No one speaks English here. I have 3 Western coworkers...
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