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CHINA. BY: Cameron Davis . All About China. Almost 4,000 years of recorded history. One of the world's most ancient civilizations. Contains one-fifth of the world population. Many different ethnic groups and languages. It is a communist state. Its capital is Beijing.

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China

CHINA

BY: Cameron Davis


All about china

All About China

  • Almost 4,000 years of recorded history.

  • One of the world's most ancient civilizations.

  • Contains one-fifth of the world population.

  • Many different ethnic groups and languages.

  • It is a communist state.

  • Its capital is Beijing.

  • President is Hu Jintao.


Business greetings

Business Greetings

  • A short and light, not firm, handshake is the customary start to a business meeting.

  • Address a person using his or her family name only.

  • Avoid using someone’s given name unless you have known him or her for a long period of time.


Business dress

Business Dress

  • Conservative suits and ties in subdued colors.

  • Bright colors are considered inappropriate.

  • Unostentatious suit and tie are customary for men.

  • Women must take care that their skirts are not above the knees.


Business cards

Business Cards

  • Should be exchanged at the beginning of a business meeting.

  • It is very important that your business card is engraved in gold.

  • Putting the card immediately into your wallet or briefcase without reading it is an unforgivable insult to the Chinese business culture.


Business introductions

Business Introductions

  • Use formal titles.

  • Often times use a nickname to assist Westerners.


Table manners

Table Manners

  • it's customary for the host, not the guest, to begin eating first.

  • Expect to hear more noise at the table.

  • Chinese custom allows for making slurping sounds when eating hot soup as a sign of gusto.


Gift giving

Gift Giving

  • The gift is offered using both hands and must be gift-wrapped.

  • Won’t be opened it front of you.

  • Will be set aside and opened later.


Summary

Summary

  • Throughout the earliest civilizations in China there have been significant events, movements, and ideas that shaped all aspects of society.

  • Among them are a great diversity of religions, philosophies, arts, languages, myths, dynasties and emperors.

  • Since changes often evolved occurred over a few centuries, many scholars agree that it is difficult to give precise dates on events that have occurred in China.


Sources

Sources

  • www.chinaguide.org

  • www.china-window.com

  • www.shanghai.cultural-china.com


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