Learn Business Chinese - Business Etiquette in China
Welcome to watch Hanbridge Mandarin business Chinese course: Business Etiquette in China Part 1.
As you start or expand your business in China, it is important to have a basic understanding of Chinese business etiquette. I have five very important rules to help you relax, avoid embarrassment, and focus on building success. Today I will introduce the first three rules!
Rule No.1: Unlike Western business relationships, Chinese business relationships become social relationship.
Rule No.2: When attending meetings, don’t be late and know who the boss is.
Rule No.3: Follow the leader when dining in China.
So, did you remember the 3 rules about Chinese business etiquette? Next time, I will tell you the rules about drinking when doing business with Chinese people!
Learn Business Chinese - Business Etiquette in China00:03 hour(s)
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