In the assembly line, the aircraft mission concentration, delivery time Jincu is frequently encountered phenomenon. Once, the number of planes that Li Chunxue had in hand reached six frames a day. At this point, there is a certain aircraft in the workshop.
Sometimes in your career, you will come across having to work with people you don’tlike. So, how do you work with them? Admittedly, it is a huge challenge for many people , but it is a fact of working life, No matter how much we do not like it, The interactions are crucial to get work done.
With increasing globalization comes the need for more and more people to do business with the Chinese. While language is important in bridging an intercontinental relationship, the cultural expectations and etiquette behind the language are even more essential. Developing insights into the Chinese business culture and social etiquette of China will help you avoid miscommunication and potential misunderstandings. When it comes to Chinese business etiquette, there is just one overarching rule: When in China, do as the Chinese do!
Growing numbers of foreigners are coming to China for internships in the hope of improving their careers, but at the time of writing there is not yet an official “internship visa”. Instead, interns may find themselves being shunted onto a number of different visas. But which of these is allowed?
Créé en 2015, Olala est un prestataire de services, dédié aux sociétés qui souhaitent se développer en Chine. Avec plus de 50 partenaires et une équipe sino-française, Olala vous accompagne dans vos démarches, en facilitant l’introduction et le développement de votre entreprise sur le territoire chinois. elle cherche des stagairs.
What is X1 visa?
Student Visa (X1 Visa) is issued to aliens who come to China for study or advanced studies for a period of 6 or more than 6 months. The other student visa is X2 visa which is for short term study in China. We will mainly talk about X1 visa.
Use your own network to build an even bigger network through Asia-specific networking events like these “meetups” in New York City. Few of us enjoy networking. It’s hard to walk up to strangers and make that awkward first introduction. However, networking can be your best friend.
With a growing number of Chinese students going abroad for their higher education, the Chinese labour market is seeing an increasing amount of people returning from abroad with a new, highly educated and international outlook entering the workforce.
Visa advice for your Chinese marketing internship