Monthly Archives: July 2010

6 Easy Ways to Stay Current with China on the Internet

Knowing the latest information about China is key to staying relevant in today’s fast-paced competitive market. Here are 6 easy things you can do on the Internet to stay connected. Now go and do it! Continue reading

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China: A Firewall Away from Facebook’s Global Conversations

The great firewall of China keeps the West from engaging with actual Chinese citizens on the world’s most popular social webistes, such as facebook. Without these interactions, Chinese people are not taking part in the global conversation and thus the social disconnection continues between China and the West. Continue reading

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China’s Real Opportunity for Growth

China’s growing domestic consumption is the window of opportunity. China’s low cost advantage is a dying advantage and will soon be taken over by other third world countries, so why not focus in on a lasting trend of exporting products to China? It’s probably your best chance for sustainable growth! Continue reading

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Are you a China Alien or a China Expert?

How to talk to people about your foreign experience in China or anywhere without alienating them and wasting your opportunity of being a resource. Continue reading

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Lost Opportunities in China

Chinese opportunities that go no where. Continue reading

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More on Chinese Translation Websites

Review of http://www.nciku.com as a Chinese translation and learning website for Mandarin Chinese learners. Continue reading

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Good Chinese Translation Websites

I am not going to claim that I know the best Chinese Language and Translation websites for sure, but I have found some really good websites that help you find answers to some of the most important inquiries. http://www.mdbg.net This … Continue reading

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Culture is not like riding a bicycle

Becoming a global citizen is an eye opening experience that everyone should experience! Continue reading

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