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T, 38, Shanghai 上海 – On China’s urban density

“If you can find something significant to write about then sure, you can do a story about me!” T chuckles to herself, fiddling with her fork over a plate of smoked salmon salad. It’s the eve before her 39th birthday and we’re having dinner in JingAn – one of the most upmarket districts in Shanghai (and thereby China).

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The Rise of Cross Cultural Virtual Teams – and Their Challenges

working in multicultural cross-cultural virtual teams can be painful. Language and time-zone differences are the most obvious hurdles. But some of the most common frustrations voiced by our survey respondents are things like “lack of participation,” “lack of engagement,” “low-context communication,” and “lack of ownership” issues – all of which are open to extreme interpretation based on your personal cultural context.

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5 Power tips on Mastering Chinese characters

Have you always thought that the written language is just impossible to master because of the complexity of Chinese characters? We are going to demystify some myths on Chinese characters and you’ll see that learning Chinese characters is not only possible but also enjoyable.

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How to work effectively with Chinese partners or agents?

4 senior members from CRCC Asia, Bank of China, Active Anglo Chinese Communications and Davica HR gathered at a China Unbound event to compare UK and Chinese’s approach to leadership and how we can build more successful cross-cultural teams and fruitful collaborations. Here’s part 2 of 4 of our post-event highlight (UK vs Chinese Leadership)!

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