Chinese never say “no”，but we say......
Wǒ shìshi ba 。我试试吧。I’ll give it a shot. Originally Source: Mandarin Talk
4 Tips to Survive Your First Chinese Business Dinner
In my first year as a high school Chinese teacher in India, I noticed that sometimes my students giggled when I spoke. At first I thought it was my Chinglish and tones. But then one day they asked me: “What did you say just now?” I repe... Originally Source:Dig Mandarin
Chinese Dinner Etiquette – 4 Key Insights for Foreign Guests
Chinese people never present the clock as a gift because “clock” has the same pronunciation “zhong” with “end” which also means “death” . “present the clock” will be connect “bury a parent” in the mind, which is very ominous... Originally Source: Mandarin Talk
You’ll understand the importance of face for Chinese job seekers, for forming solid friendships, and for managing family relationships...
Originally Source: YoYo Chinese
Chinese Expressions That Make You Sound Like a Native Speaker
Confusing Chinese “N” word: 那个(nà ge/ nèi ge)
Where should I sit? Who starts eating first?Which part of the fish is considered the best?How can I show respect when toasting with others?Let us help you make sense of it all...Originally Source: China Simplified
TOP 5 CHINESE TOURIST SCAMS (& HOW TO AVOID THEM)
The Mandarin language might be thousands of years old, but like most languages out there, it’s evolving and adapting faster and faster these days to new social trends and phenomenons... Originally Source: YoYo Chinese
As a tourist in a foreign country there’s almost no way around it: you’re at high risk to be scammed in some way. Face it: you’ve got a big, fat target on your back...Originally Source: China Travel Cheaper
At some point, you may be invited to a business dinner, and without a little preparation, you might end up making a fool of yourself, or worse, embarrassing your colleagues...Originally Source: YoYo Chinese
Chinese Customs, Etiquette
What Does Losing Face Mean? The Importance of Face in Chinese Culture
H a ve f u n ! !
4 Taboos of presenting a gift to Chinese
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