Work in China

14 Social Media Tips for China Career Development

As the Chinese economy continues to develop, many are viewing the Middle Kingdom as a great place to advance their careers. However, it’s important to make the most of digital networking platforms, such as LinkedIn and WeChat, to maximize your chances. Take a look at this article for some useful tips and advice.

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5 Tips for Fun and Flexibility in China

Adapting to life in China can be frustrating, but it doesn’t have to be that way. With an open mind and a basic understanding and acceptance of Chinese culture, many problems can become much less difficult. In this article, I share five useful tips for enjoying life more in China, based on my own experiences.

Finding Work in China as a Western Graduate

In China, young non-Chinese talent can have a harder time finding good jobs, especially as China’s talent market evolves and local professionals gain more experience. In this interview, I talked with Adam Horton, a recent graduate from the U.K., about his experiences looking for and finding a job in Shenzhen, China.

How “Chinese” Should You Act in China?

When living or working in China, adapting to the local culture and language is a must. But how much is enough? In this article I talk about the pros and cons of two separate groups: the international expats that live apart from Chinese society, and those non-Chinese that make the effort to adapt.