Chinese Business Culture: The Unspoken Rules


    Date(s) - 20/02/2018 - 22/02/2018
    12:00 am


    Location Address Yan'An Dong Lu

    City Shanghai



    How do you engage in a business negotiation in China? “Chinese Business Culture: The Unspoken Rules” will reveal the critical but untold cultural and business secrets to help you succeed in China’s business world.

    Some of the topics cover in the session include dining and drinking etiquettes, relationship building, importance of ranking, negotiation tactics etc.

    Christine Ching, the author of GRASP CHINA, will present the topic using real-life examples from her extensive professional experiences in China, such that to illustrate the different aspects of China’s business world in a practical yet interesting manner.

    Testimonial on “GRASP CHINA”:
    “China is a big country with a lot of complexities in culture, customs, traditions, and habits. Most people found it very challenging to learn how to do business or develop a professional relationship. It is admirable that Christine was able to crystallize the crucial insights and lessons in simple and yet penetrating forms. The personal experiences and stories added so much color. The book is a must-read for people without much exposure to China, but even for veterans, I think you will learn a lot of new perspectives and gain new insights from reading GRASP CHINA.”
    – Professor Hau Lee, Stanford Graduate School of Business


    Christine Ching


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