Archive for Chinese Culture

Covid-19 Triumph of the Pessimists – Hello China

Politicians and leaders feel the need to bring optimism to their organizations. Many books are written and power generally goes to the optimists. However, COVID-19 is the triumph of the pessimists. Everyone who has taken the microphone and announced a bright future has been humiliated or shouted down. The initial outbreak cover up in China […]

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COVID-19 China Recovering From a Big Hit

Since the end of January, China has been focused on killing off COVID-19. Shocking to see 1.4 Billion Chinese people in lock step to kill off the pandemic at its source. Let’s talk about the economic and cultural impacts. Economically. the effects have been devastating. China did roughly 50 days of social distancing and various […]

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Posted in: China, China economic growth, Chinese Culture

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China 5000 Years Different than the West

China 5000 Years Different than the West

China 5000 years different indeed.  No one denies that, but many times companies come to China and do not know what those differences entail. Before I started my own company,  I worked for a company that helped US companies start factories in China. We had a matrix of many factors in helping the customer decide […]

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Posted in: China Recruitment - Getting Good People, Chinese Culture

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Understanding Chinese Urbanization

Understanding Chinese Urbanization

Brooking put up a great study on Chinese urbanization that we should consider. The Chinese government loves that a famous Western economist said there are two big forces for global prosperity in this century. US technical innovation Chinese Urbanization So why is this a big thing? What does it have to do with doing business in […]

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Confucianism, Daoism and Hiring Someone in China

Confucianism, Daoism and Hiring Someone in China

Confucianism, Daoism and hiring someone in China are not usually topics to put together.  However, knowing the cultural backdrop for hiring in China is certainly valuable. Let’s look together and consider.   The other Confucianist, Daoist countries after China are Taiwan, Hong Kong, Korea, Japan, Singapore, and Vietnam. They all have their own flavor, but […]

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Posted in: China hiring, Chinese Culture

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Chinese and English Different Base – Culturally

Our standard English writing base comes from Shakespeare and the King James Bible. Chinese written language started to standardize due to Journey to the West, Dream of Red Chamber, Romance of Three Kingdoms and Water Margins. These works in China and America helped to standardize our common written languages as they were so fabulously popular. Journey […]

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