For example, many Chinese companies continue to take advantage of cultural cringe
by copying the design from Western countries in clothing, architectures, mobiles, restaurants, and TV programs to satisfy the desire for a higher social status of Chinese consumers (Long, 2010).
Rogers says Oklahoma - the non-football part of Oklahoma, which he says is admittedly small - also suffers from cultural cringe
We all cringe
, and squirm, when we confront the gory language and pictures trotted out by abortion opponents.
If what he suggests really makes you cringe
, don't do it.
Supertasters often cringe
at intense vegetable flavors, and the supertasting seniors eat fewer vegetables than do their counterparts with normal taste sensitivity.
Most park rangers cringe
at the thought of construction equipment in their forests.
And families were the source of the second biggest cringe
too, according to 16 to 24-year-olds, with 37 per cent saying they have an embarrassing relative.
DUBLIN--Women and men who cringe
at the annual New Testament reading from Colossians that admonishes wives to "be submissive to your husbands" now have allies in bishops from Ireland and the United States.
I'm sure Nicola Sturgeon will cringe
at the idea of being compared to Margaret Thatcher.
But although he loved having the cameras in, Wayne, who has worked at Damson Dene for two years, admitted there were moments which made him cringe
is an internalised inferiority complex which causes people in one country to dismiss their own culture as inferior to that of others.
Now I absolutel cringe
because all the girls look so fit, tanned and muscular.
Musical purists will cringe
at Eifinan's cavalier cutting and pasting of music to suit his libretto.