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    Chinese Business

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    Chinese Business Name : Febrianto Wijaya Introduction It is often argued that when business persons of different cultures negotiate commercial deals‚ there is bound to be a culture clash. I disagree with this view. It is true that cultural differences influence business negotiations but with the appropriate approach to deal with the differences‚ culture clash is to be least expected in any business negotiations‚ especially with the Chinese. As Sun Tzu would advised in his book The Art

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    Chinese Civilization

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    CHINESE CIVILIZATION http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/China Wikipedia: China http://library.thinkquest.org Thinkquest: Discovering China & Beauty: The Land of China http://www.kwintessential.co.uk/articles/article/China/ Part I INTRODUCTION The land here is broad and diverse. Among this immense piece of earth‚ one can find both farmer and businessman; mountain and plain; drought and rainfall; wasteland and farmland. It is vast‚ it is multifaceted. And yet these collections of disparate

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    Chinese Overseas Migration

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    Brooks Bao 400110019 Composition & Conversation 24 April 2013 Research Report Chinese Overseas Migration When referring to the countries for the contemporary Chinese overseas migration‚ most Chinese would be likely to choose the developed countries such as The United States or Canada. Dating back to the sources for the Chinese overseas migration to America‚ it began at the time of 18th century. If not counting the ancestors of the Amerindians who

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    The Chinese Luxury Market

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    Up to now‚ Chinese bourgeoisie swore only by the famous international luxury brands such as LouisVuitton‚ Hermes or BMW. Today‚ some Chinese brands are trying to conquer a piece of the enormous cake: China will represent 20% (27 billion dollars) of the worldwide luxury market by 2015‚. Watches‚ cosmetics‚ jewelry‚ spirits or clothing: here nine brands Qeelin NE Tiger Moutai Shang Xia Longio Hongqi Chow tai fook Herborist Dorian Ho which start to emerge and which hope to regild the image of the “made

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    Ethnic Groups and Discrimination Scott Johnson ETH 125 January 15‚ 2012 Stephanie Perry Ethnic Groups and Discrimination The Chinese immigrated to the United States in during the 1800s; Official records show that before 1857‚ 46 Chinese immigrants were in the United States. Over the next 30 years more that 200‚000 Chinese had immigrated to the United States. This immigration wave was largely because of the push of the awful conditions in China and the pull of the discovery of gold‚ and‚ job

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    The essay Why Chinese Mothers Are Superior‚ by the recognized lawyer and author‚ Amy Chua‚ is an essay that as the title might suggest‚ talks about why the Chinese way of raising children is an improved and preferable way of parenting compared to the “Western” style. Daughter of two successful and very strict Chinese immigrants to the United States‚ Chua herself was raised under the severe stereotypical Chinese way of parenting. She earned her credibility‚ and the “right” to talk about this subject

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    The Chinese Exclusion

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    the land of the free‚ or better known as The United States of America. The reading‚ “The Chinese Exclusion Act a Black Legacy”‚ claimed the American’s beliefs influenced the bringing about of The Chinese Exclusion Act. One of these notion is that the Chinese immigrants were taking work away from the citizens of the United States. The Americans also weren’t keen to the lowering of wages‚ being that the Chinese were eager to work at whatever the pay was available. There was furthermore animosity to

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    ARECLS‚ 2008‚ Vol.5‚ 105-135. THE INFLUENCE OF CHINESE CORE CULTURAL VALUES ON THE COMMUNICATION BEHAVIOUR OF OVERSEAS CHINESE STUDENTS LEARNING ENGLISH ABDUSALAM ABUBAKER Abstract This study is based on three dimensions of Hofstede’s framework‚ which are power distance‚ masculinity versus femininity‚ and uncertainty avoidance. Hofstede (1980) considers the Chinese culture to be characterized by high power distance‚ medium masculinity and weak uncertainty avoidance. For this reason

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    Chinese Art

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    Chinese Art The Chinese culture is a very interesting topic to learn about. They have many beliefs‚ customs and traditions that make them unique. Art was very important to the Chinese culture. It was a way to express or symbolize emotions. The Chinese display many different styles as well as techniques to express who they truly are and believe. Art began in China in stone structures. Large carvings were carried out by families rather than one particular person. Throughout the years‚ Chinese

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    Chinese Painting

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    Chinese Painting is one of the oldest continuous artistic traditions in the world‚ it is also known in Chinese as Guohua. Traditional painting involves essentially the same techniques as calligraphy which is done with a brush dipped in black or colored ink. Compared with the western style of painting‚ oils are not used in Chinese Painting. Chinese paintings were usually painted on paper or silk; Traditional painting can also be done on album sheets‚ walls‚ folding screens‚ and other media. Chinese

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