"Made in China" products have dominated our markets in the last decades and larger and arger Chinese communities are growing in our cities...but what do we know about this country and culture?Majestic and thousand-years old Chinese still keeps its mystery...and the best way to approach it could be picking up some few expressions and words that might come useful.
That's why EU built up a website, http://www.chinesecom.eu/, in order to provide European businesses with better cultural and language skills to compete on international market.
The lessons offered are 10:
- in the airplane;
- arriving in Shanghai;
- in the hotel;
- in the restaurant;
- exchanging money and going shopping;
- asking for directions;
- talking to a company at the Fair;
- making travel plans;
- at the Pharmacy;
- checking products and signing contracts.
You just have to be brave ...and try it!