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When in China: A Guide to Chinese Business Culture is a supplementary textbook designed for learners of Business Chinese. It was written by front-line practitioners who are engaged in the teaching of Business Chinese. With chapters arranged topically, the book combines language, business and culture in a way that helps learners not only practice Chinese, but also to acquire a deeper understanding of Chinese business and social culture.
These writing styles have been chosen to help students become familiar and comfortable with written Chinese by teaching them to master both the methods of multiple forms of practical writing, and the set forms and common sentence patterns used in these different styles .
The vocabulary, texts and exercises are all designed at a moderate difficulty level and each text requires about four class hours for teaching as well as exercising. This textbook provides readers with advanced spoken Chinese materials for commercial purposes that are real, vivid, and useful while introducing the business environments of Chinese companies and their “speech strategy”, so as to improve foreign speakers’ communicative skills with Chinese people.
This book will help readers to improve not only their ability to understand business language and information, but also their competence in communicating (esp. in writing). This book can be used as a textbook for teaching institutions, self-learning material for students, or as a stepping-stone for students who are learning Chinese and wish to further their knowledge of economics or business in the Chinese language.
This is the third volume of Reading and Communicating in the Business Chinese Series and is designed for international students majoring in economics and business who have reached the New HSK (level IV), , and for foreigners engaged in commercial activities in China. The book has twelve units in total, with the units designed according to the different fields of business.
This book can be used as an in class textbook or as self-learning material, and covers such topics as self-introduction, dinner table culture, business trips, business accommodation, house renting and buying, and social etiquette. By studying this book, readers will be able to further improve their ability to read and communicate, gain a better understanding of China’s business environment, and develop a business and trade vocabulary.
This is the first volume of Reading and Communicating in the Business Chinese Series and is intended for international students who have reached HSK level Ⅳ or above, major in economics or business,or are foreigners engaged in commercial activities in China. This book contains twelve units, each of which includes a major text (800~1000 words), complementary texts, after-class reading material, a glossary, analysis of key sentence patterns, and background and integrated exercises. This book focuses on raising the competence of the students’ language input and output. By studying this book, students will be able to improve not only their ability to comprehend business language and information, but also their competence in speaking and writing.
Reading and Communicating (5) is the fifth volume of the reading subseries of the Business Chinese Series and is tailored for advanced-level Chinese learners who have majored in economics or business or are engaged in commercial activities. This book can be used as a reading textbook for class, as auxiliary material for after-class reading, or material for self-reading.

Practical Office Chinese

Price ¥69.00
Taking the ordinary business activities of EDU, an international organization in China, as an example, the book enables learners to learn the relevant Chinese language and knowledge in an efficient way.
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