Archive for Chinese Culture

Two Simple Ideas for Why People Buy in China

Here is a quote from The China Observer that deserves more thought. The motivations that fuel the most dynamic categories remain profoundly Chinese. And brands are always tools of advancement and benefits are always externalized. Tom Doctoroff pegs two important points in these two sentences. 1. People buy to help them advance in their career. […]

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Posted in: China, Chinese Culture, Market Entry

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Negotiating With the Chinese Government – a 1st Example

Several years back, I had a couple shots at this and learned something I was seeking permission in North China to do lending services. The National law said only the People’s Bank could do financial, so we needed their help and local permission Pay offs to officials was out of the question.  Compromising on how […]

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Posted in: China, Chinese Culture, Government Issues, Negotiating

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The Future is Bright When Young People Favor You

Quoting the China Law Blog again today.  They quoted new survey information from McKinsey which  is a PDF. Here is one thing they said. The younger and more affluent the Chinese consumer, the more likely they are to favor foreign brands. Western brands finally have a chance at the biggest untapped market on earth. (India may […]

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Recent College Graduate Resumes

Recent College Graduate Resumes

OK, that is a big topic.  I provide little analysis today, but give some data points for thought. Chinese recent college graduates write in Chinese that they are good team players, sanguine and optimistic, and can diligently eat bitterness. Not all do but it is an epidemic of these entries in Chinese language resumes. Do […]

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

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