I will work 1pm to 9pm, in spite of the difficulties it creates in getting enough time with my wife... but I won't give up my dinner hour to go do an oral assessment or level test.
I won't wear my company's stupid little badge around my neck (new policy they just instituted). I talk and I teach with my hands and don't like shit flappin' around while I'm doing so.
I won't pay any fine for not wearing the badge, nor will I pay a fine for clocking out at 8:59pm instead of 9:00pm or for clocking in at 1:01pm. I'm never late anyway, because I use my office hours every day to do lesson planning (which I enjoy doing). If I'm late, it's because there was a train crash at the tracks next to my home and the entire place is shut down. But, if I'm not going to be paid for the time I work before the clock clicks over to 1:00pm or the time I sometimes am there helping students after 9:00pm, I will raise holy hell's holy hell if someone then wants to take 20rmb for 1 minute.
I won't teach kids ever again. Frankly, I kind of enjoy it... but my puny ass immune system can't seem to handle it.
Speaking of immune systems, I won't be responsible for finding a replacement if I am sick. Personally, I think it's the school's job to cover those classes and most students understand if a teacher gets sick. I quit a job in March when the teachers were threatened with firing if they were sick (ironically, from an Australian manager who was once so hungover she had to be sent home).
I won't hide my feelings. When I'm happy, all of my coworkers know it. When I'm not, all of East Asia and most of Africa and Europe know it. I know that many will disagree with this, because of cultural differences and what not... but it's just how I am. I get angry when I should, such as when I walk into a class with the wrong material because the receptionists didn't tell me the original student canceled and the time was rescheduled to another level. I will admit my mistakes, but I won't tolerate looking bad because of others'.
As others have said, I won't give up the limited free time I do get with my wife to answer emails from students, talk on the phone with students, or be pestered. Those that invade my private time are subject to nuclear retaliation.
I will teach from the material provided, but I won't hesitate to alter it to improve it (keeping the goal in mind). I (same as above) won't make myself look bad by teaching crappy material just because it's "the system". I'm not as old as George (but then again, neither is the Han Dynasty), but I do have enough experience to discern the goods from the shit when it comes to material. I know a lot of people would disagree with this, but I'm a cranky old stubborn curmudgeon.