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    • China Business Customs & Culture
      Chris Thomas, Cydney Crook, Jelissia Jones
    • Mining And Ore Processing
      Coal Machine Building
      Textiles And Apparel
      3 Largest Industries
    • The Official Business Language Of China Is Chinese.
      Official Business Language
    • Bring A Chinese Interferer To Business Meetings.
      Bring Business Cards, With English on One Side & Chinese On The Other.
      Don’t Plan Trips Around Chinese New Year, Because Many Businesses Are Closed.
      Business Tips
    • Normal Business Hours and Days: Monday to Friday, from 8 a.m. to 6p.m.
      Normal Business Hours
    • It would be considered as disrespectful to say "No" to another business partner or employee, and instead you should say something like "I'll look into that" in China.
      Offensive Business Practices
    • Prefer their surname first, but have recently adopted western titles. (I.E. Mr. & Mrs.)
      Form Of Address
    • Gift giving is a sensitive issue in China, because it’s a violation of Chinese Law.
      Avoid Giving Gifts In Front Of Others
      Wrap Gifts In Red, Because It’s Considered Lucky
      Gift Giving
    • Nod
      Bow
      Handshakes: Wait for your Chinese associate to extend a hand first
      Proper Business Greeting
    • Mu Shu Pork is a common dish in China and is best to order out on a business dinner.
      Common Business Dish
    • New Year's Day
      Spring Festival
      Qingming Festival
      May Day
      Dragon Boat Festival
      Mid-Autumn Day
      National Day
      China’s Holiday
    • Buddhism and Confucianism are at a tie for the predominant religions in China.
      Predominant Religion
    • Bring in 40% of household income due to holding labor positions.
      They do the same things men do, but get paid less for it.
      Female Business Roles
    • Bibligraphy