3 Sacrifices Expats Make By Not Learning Chinese

In my latest China vlog, I recount some of my own experiences working in China and why learning Chinese may become an invaluable skill set for foreign expatriates in the future.

Why “Dual-Culture Management” is Important in China

Adapting to work in China or another country can be difficult. But so long as you commit to understanding the other culture and adopting a balanced approach, many challenges can be effectively dealt with, leading to a more productive and positive experience.

Share Your China Story with the World!

Have you lived or worked in China for a length of time? Do you want to help other Westerners learn about China, its culture, and its people? Contact the China Culture Corner today to share you story with the world, and remove the veil of mystery from China!

China Expat Survival Tips: Joining a Chinese Company

The office culture of many companies in Mainland China can cause stress and worry for the unprepared Western expatriate. In order increase an expatriate’s chances of success and reduce the time required for cultural acclimation, it is a good idea to be aware of the basic elements at play within a Chinese office environment.