Top Definition
The Chen Dong problem is a problem that arises (mostly in business deals) when the supplier of goods or services offers a product whose quality is too low, price is too high or combination of both.

The Chen Dong problem is hard to solve because the cause of the lower quality/higher price is unknown. Either the supplier is ignorant of the real value of the product, or he/she may be trying to cheat you. Regardless of the cause of the problem, the result is unsatisfactory.
I don't know if my employee is really doing his best or if he is lazy. Regardless, I must fire him to eliminate the Chen Dong problem; he is not fit for the job
by Maikiam April 05, 2011
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