Recent developments in China help accelerate her links with foreign countries, especially with the developed countries, by increasing exchange of visits and business. As a happy result, a good number of foreigners take great interest in learning Chinese. A large number of the learners are believed to be those people who wish to do business with China or work for the companies which have close contact with their Chinese counterparts. China’s speedy economic progress has opened up a new vista of commercial opportunities that no foreign companies can afford to lose. Modern China has been regarded as a “World-Factory” where over one hundred thousand foreign enterprises have settled down, and hundreds of thousand foreign entrepreneurs, businessmen and mangers are living and working. They are very much eager to learn Chinese as their tool of daily communication with the native people, and have commercial contact with local dealers. All they wish to do is to acquire necessary Chinese knowledge and skills that may be needed in their communication with Chinese people without too much difficulty, and thus to enhance their success in business. The Survival Business Chinese Course is prepared for those industrialists and businessmen who have never learned or have just begun learning basic Chinese that is not their mother tongue. |
Survival Business Chinese Course consists of three volumes:
1. Gateway to Business Chinese (Regular Formulas and Etiquette), designed for beginners learning necessary Chinese expressions for daily commercial communication and skills for polite social ****, including greeting, introduction, apology, congratulation, etc.
2. Gateway to Business Chinese (Daily communication), prepared for beginners who acquire language skills in day-to-day social dealings, including shopping, traveling, bus riding, telephoning, appointment making, etc.
3. Advanced Business Chinese (Social Gathering, Office Work, Day-To-Day Operations), devised for the training of intermediate learners in language skills for business information exchange, including giving a brief account of a company or product, getting or giving a quotation, comment or statement, consulting, negotiating, bargaining, writing or revising a plan, discussing a way to cooperate, making a comment on a subject in addition or analyzing and sorting out problems, etc.
By completing the course, learners will have learned Chinese phonetics, basic Chinese grammar, over 300 commonly used sentence patterns, about 1700 words, and 800 Chinese characters. Learners will have basic Chinese knowledge and skills that is applicable to their commercial activities; will have communicative ability appropriate to Chinese environment-be able to understand the essentials of Chinese economic circumstances and rules for business performance, including trade, investment, cooperation, and management of enterprises; will have competence for cross-cultural communication in the context of economic and cooperative interchange-a wide range of knowledge of business custom and rules in addition to the background information of Chinese culture. Learners may make an overall plan of their own, or decide what stage of the three that they are going to reach.
Individual Chinese Learning • Company Chinese Training • School Chinese Training • Language Services
Chinese Learning Modes:
Onsite Chinese Tutoring (Shanghai/local) • Online Chinese Tutoring (Skype) • Self-study Chinese (download)
Tutoring Class Types:
Private Class (1-1) • Private Class (1-2) • Small Group Class (3-6)
Tutoring Class Schedules:
1. Part Time Private Class (Daytimes / Evenings / Weekends, either for long term, or short term)
2. Full Time Private Class (Daytimes / Evenings, either for long term, or short term)
3. Part Time Group Class (Daytimes / Evenings / Weekends, either for long term, or short term)
4. Full Time Group Class (Daytimes / Evenings, either for long term, or short term)
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