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In order to make a good impression, you should demonstrate an understanding of F
In order to make a good impression, you should demonstrate an understanding of French business culture. Appearing too flashy and boastful, or too loud, will be frowned upon. Professional qualifications and experience are respected. Knowing the right people is essential, so establishing common ground with somebody new is a good idea. Personal contact will bring results. Dress is conservative but fashionable; both French men and women are extremely stylish and well-groomed. Honour the tradition of meeting for lunch.⠀ ⠀ If you can speak good enough French, use it, and if you can’t, it is advisable to learn. Even basic conversational French is better than expecting the French to speak English, although being inherently polite, they will, of course, try.⠀ ⠀ Respect people’s personal space and time; workaholism does not impress the French. Do not impose false deadlines on either teams or suppliers; people must buy into an idea personally if they are to put in extra effort.⠀ ⠀ #culturalawareness#crossculturaltraining#interculturaltraining#internationalbusiness#expat#workinginternationally#china#workinginchina#chinesebusinessculture#frenchbusinessculture#france
09.05.2019 11:00:34
The single most important factor in making a good impression with the Chinese is
The single most important factor in making a good impression with the Chinese is to build relationships and cultivate them carefully, otherwise known as Guanxi. Building the friendship has to come before business is done; trust has to be in place before a deal can be made. Achieve this by entertaining and accepting hospitality; joining in with events like banquets and drinking sessions; and certainly by understanding what makes the Chinese mind tick – the concept of saving face, of honour, loyalty, respect for seniors and the trading of favours to get a job done.⠀ ⠀ Being smartly dressed, serious, punctual and deferential to elders will also win the respect of the Chinese. Furthermore, be careful in conversation not to make a Chinese person lose face by discussing topics such as Taiwan, Tibet, human rights issues or the growing capitalist culture in Chinese cities.⠀ ⠀ #culturalawareness#crossculturaltraining#interculturaltraining#internationalbusiness#expat#workinginternationally#china#workinginchina#chinesebusinessculture
04.05.2019 05:00:41
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In order to make a good impression, you should demonstrate an understanding of F
In order to make a good impression, you should demonstrate an understanding of French business culture. Appearing too flashy and boastful, or too loud, will be frowned upon. Professional qualifications and experience are respected. Knowing the right people is essential, so establishing common ground with somebody new is a good idea. Personal contact will bring results. Dress is conservative but fashionable; both French men and women are extremely stylish and well-groomed. Honour the tradition of meeting for lunch.⠀ ⠀ If you can speak good enough French, use it, and if you can’t, it is advisable to learn. Even basic conversational French is better than expecting the French to speak English, although being inherently polite, they will, of course, try.⠀ ⠀ Respect people’s personal space and time; workaholism does not impress the French. Do not impose false deadlines on either teams or suppliers; people must buy into an idea personally if they are to put in extra effort.⠀ ⠀ #culturalawareness#crossculturaltraining#interculturaltraining#internationalbusiness#expat#workinginternationally#china#workinginchina#chinesebusinessculture#frenchbusinessculture#france
22.04.2019 08:56:01
The single most important factor in making a good impression with the Chinese is
The single most important factor in making a good impression with the Chinese is to build relationships and cultivate them carefully, otherwise known as Guanxi. Building the friendship has to come before business is done; trust has to be in place before a deal can be made. Achieve this by entertaining and accepting hospitality; joining in with events like banquets and drinking sessions; and certainly by understanding what makes the Chinese mind tick – the concept of saving face, of honour, loyalty, respect for seniors and the trading of favours to get a job done.⠀ ⠀ Being smartly dressed, serious, punctual and deferential to elders will also win the respect of the Chinese. Furthermore, be careful in conversation not to make a Chinese person lose face by discussing topics such as Taiwan, Tibet, human rights issues or the growing capitalist culture in Chinese cities.⠀ ⠀ #culturalawareness#crossculturaltraining#interculturaltraining#internationalbusiness#expat#workinginternationally#china#workinginchina#chinesebusinessculture
17.04.2019 08:56:01
TEXTURE: In #China, business deals are struck outside the work place more often
TEXTURE: In #China, business deals are struck outside the work place more often than at the office. The #ChineseBanquet is often the backdrop to key negotiations. Senior representatives who were not present in earlier meetings may make an appearance, signaling approval or readiness to seal the deal. It’s important to use the banquet as an opportunity to make them feel comfortable and give them a sense of the rapport between parties. Never arrive late to a Chinese banquet. If you’re hosting the meal, sit facing the door & seat your guests in order of importance down the table. It’s considered polite for the host to serve his or her guests, but if so, make sure you use the thick end of your chopsticks (or a fresh pair) - not the thin ends that have been in your mouth. Toast often! Beer, wine & Baiju (a local liquor) are commonly welcomed. Last but not least, do not discuss business at the table. If the meal goes well, your deal is done. #chinaculture#chinesebusinessculture#chinesedining#doingbusinessinchina#chineseetiquette#foodinchina#chinesecuisine#studyabroad#workstudyabroad#internshipsabroad#servicelearningabroad#businessandentrepreneurship#businessandentrepreneurshipinasia#chinesebusinessetiquette#businessetiquetteinchina#businessetiquetteasia
14.04.2019 10:47:01
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The single most important factor in making a good impression with the Chinese is
The single most important factor in making a good impression with the Chinese is to build relationships and cultivate them carefully, otherwise known as Guanxi. Building the friendship has to come before business is done; trust has to be in place before a deal can be made. Achieve this by entertaining and accepting hospitality; joining in with events like banquets and drinking sessions; and certainly by understanding what makes the Chinese mind tick – the concept of saving face, of honour, loyalty, respect for seniors and the trading of favours to get a job done.⠀ ⠀ Being smartly dressed, serious, punctual and deferential to elders will also win the respect of the Chinese. Furthermore, be careful in conversation not to make a Chinese person lose face by discussing topics such as Taiwan, Tibet, human rights issues or the growing capitalist culture in Chinese cities.⠀ ⠀ #china#chinesebusinessculture#movingtochina#expatinchina#workinginchina#globalmobility#globalbusiness#interculturaltraining#culturalawareness#culturalcoaching#crossculturaltraining#crossculturalcommunication#culturalsensitivitytraining#diversity#diversitytraining#culturalintelligence
22.03.2019 13:19:59
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“Do I scan you, do you scan me?”(你扫我,还是我扫你?) has become the magic sentence that
“Do I scan you, do you scan me?”(你扫我,还是我扫你?) has become the magic sentence that draws you closer to your contacts/ new friends from China after a good meeting🍵☘️🍃 In China, people scan QR codes all the time ... Like a handshake or an exchange of business cards, the scanning of a #QR code has become a ubiquitous gesture increasingly read as a social performance; a digital first impression. Plan to do business in #China or wanna make new Chinese friends? Download #wechat app and get your QR code ready 😊☺️ 🍵🧧🇨🇳☘️🍃 #getREADYforChina#Chinesebusinessculture#RandomVentures#businesschina
05.02.2019 17:43:19
I delivered a speech on “The Chinese Market Place: The Challenges and Opportunit
I delivered a speech on “The Chinese Market Place: The Challenges and Opportunities” which was well received by the attendees at China Britain Trade Expo 2019, held at Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, London. For more information about Buckingham Wealth, please visit www.buckinghamwealth.com #buckinghamwealth#ChinaUK#SinoUK#BritishChinese#doingbusinessinchina#howtodobusinessinchina#biaowang#wangbiao#chinesebusiness#ChineseCulture#jointventure#mergersandaquisitions#ChineseBusinessCulture#ChineseSpeaker#ChineseCultureTraining#China#England#Ningbo#teamwork#lifestyle#lifestyleblog#HouseofLords#westminster#investment#ChinaBritain#UK#CBTE19#BritainChina#London#UKChina
19.01.2019 18:32:43
China Britain Trade Expo. 2019
18th January 2019
Queen Elizabeth II Conference C
China Britain Trade Expo. 2019 18th January 2019 Queen Elizabeth II Conference Centre, Westminster, London My speech topic: The Chinese Market Place, The Challenges and Opportunities. For more information about Buckingham Wealth, please visit www.buckinghamwealth.com #buckinghamwealth#ChinaUK#SinoUK#BritishChinese#ChineseBritish#doingbusinessinchina#howtodobusinessinchina#biaowang#wangbiao#chinesebusiness#ChineseCulture#jointventure#mergersandaquisitions#ChineseBusinessCulture#ChineseSpeaker#ChineseCultureTraining#China#England#Ningbo#teamwork#lifestyle#lifestyleblog#HouseofLords#Westminster#investment#ChinaBritain#UK#CBTE19#britishchina#UKChina
12.01.2019 20:52:35
Last night in Guanghzou with our China-team: eating, drinking, and...karaoke (no
Last night in Guanghzou with our China-team: eating, drinking, and...karaoke (not on the picture...😉) #china#chinesebusinessculture
11.01.2019 10:17:42
Did you know that Young Living pays you $50 for sharing with a friend? Good frie
Did you know that Young Living pays you $50 for sharing with a friend? Good friends always share!
28.11.2018 05:56:53
Only 2 days left until our last Chinese marketing workshop for the year!  Last 2
Only 2 days left until our last Chinese marketing workshop for the year! Last 2 seats available this Friday if you want to learn about WeChat for your business... Please contact louisa@blackdiamondz.com.au to RSVP. 🖤
12.09.2018 00:08:29
PRESS RELEASE
LECTURE ON CHINESE BUSINESS ETHICS
AT TOR VERGATA UNIVERSITY

On t
PRESS RELEASE LECTURE ON CHINESE BUSINESS ETHICS AT TOR VERGATA UNIVERSITY On the 2nd of May 2018, Ms. Lifang Dong, Managing Partner of Dong & Partners international law firm, held a lecture at Tor Vergata University in Rome, within the Master of Science in Finance and Banking, focused on the importance of reputation in doing business with China. The purpose of the lecture was to offer an insight into Chinese business ethics, by exploring some of its key notions. After an introduction to the current Chinese geopolitical and economic background – with particular reference to the strategic projects Belt and Road Initiative and Made in China 2025 – Ms. Dong explained the concepts of 面子 miàn zi and关系 guān xì, that can be literally translated as “face” and “relationship”. Afterwards, she clarified the influence that Confucianism still has on the way Chinese develop, strengthen and break their personal and professional relations and illustrated President Xi Jinping's anti-corruption campaign. Ms. Carola Chiarlitti ended the lecture by explaining the historical and cultural roots of corruption in China and the measures the Chinese Government is undertaking to implement a “social credit system” for its citizens, within 2020. We thank Professor Amalia Diurni for the invitation and the kind hospitality. Press Office Dong & Partners Group #dongpartners#dongpartnersinternationallawfirm#uniroma2#lecture#legaltheoryandethics#chinesebusinessculture#lifangdong#annalifangdong
22.05.2018 13:29:25
Great Chinese food and great company tonight on our business trip to Qinghe, Heb
09.03.2018 22:39:52
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