China increasingly attractive to foreign professionals (1)

It took Nikita Ermakov, a second-year Russian student at Peking University’s Yenching Academy, four months of job hunting and many interviews before he finally got an offer from the HNA Group, a Chinese conglomerate on the Fortune 500 list. He is currently negotiating the offer with them, and hopefully, he will start the job after graduation.

Chinese as a second language growing in popularity

Guess what the former Australian Prime minister, Kevin Rudd; the successful entrepreneur, Mark Zuckerberg and the U.S. President Obama’s daughter, Malia Obama have in common? They all take Chinese as their second language. The study of the Chinese language opens the way to different important fields such as Chinese politics, economy, business opportunities, history or archaeology.

why Chinese attract foreigners so much?

Imme Warneke is in her last year of studies at the University of Applied Sciences Konstanz, majoring in Asian Studies and Management. She has been learning Mandarin in Germany and China for approximately 5 years now. Imme has an education background from Germany, Canada and China as well as work experience in Germany and Hong Read more about why Chinese attract foreigners so much?[…]

China: The dream country for success (2)

The opportunities that have risen from diving head first into this delicate yet durable web have kept me here in China. In the UK, going to a networking event would have been lower on my list of things to do than watching a movie or going for cinema. It’s not because I didn’t want to, it’s just that I didn’t know how.

China: The dream country for success (1)

“Rejections after rejections there was no other frustration to wait for even though i have been always proud to call the place my motherland : U.K.” Kate came to China and discovered how understanding an entirely new culture, learning from people with different backgrounds can teach you a lot and help you decide on which step ahead to take.