Hofstede (1980) had undertaken the study of the cultural differences in 53 different nations. He also stated that similar notions to represent the Chinese culture. He created a framework based on the results of the research, which consisted of the four different dimensions which may be possible to measure the culture in the country known as the cultural map. However, another survey for the influence of Culture in Chinese tradition had been studied by another anthropologists Chu and Ju (1993). They stated that there is a change in the cultural values in China especially in some of the most important things such as these masculinity indexes, harmony and lesser existence of tolerance. They concluded that these factors are also an influence on the communication patterns and behavior of the students from China.
According to Yum (1988), Confucianism has different impacts on the interpersonal communications in China. An example of the same can be specified by the habits of the Chinese people who have a fixed rules with the help of which they govern the interaction with their elders or with those people who has a reputation in the society.
There may be a relationship between the different members of the same group. This kind of relationship may be characterized by the different traits such as harmony. In addition to this, the Chinese people may also find it difficult to create a personal relationship with the members of some of the other groups (Scollon, 1994).