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Comprehensive Business Mandarin

This course is designed for adults interested in learning Mandarin for use in the workplace, who are already capable of basic reading and writing. Separated into three levels of difficulty, this course will allow you to explore and communicate effectively in Mandarin from ground up, starting from simple conversations necessary for survival in China to sophisticated discussions on a range of topics including financial markets, economic policies and business-related matters.

Attached Below Are The Various Topics Covered In Each Of The Three Levels.

  1. Greetings.
  2. How to address a person.
  3. Making telephone calls.
  4. Booking a hotel room
  5. Exchanging currency.
  6. Calling a taxi
  7. Shopping
  8. Where do you live?
  9. Talking about the weather.
  10. Travel.
  11. Ordering food.
  12. Vogue this year.
  13. Internet Plus.
  14. Holidays and shopping.
  15. Fast food and Chinese teahouses.
  16. Making a promise.
  17. Public relationship.
  18. Skilful salesmanship.
  19. Express delivery and takeaway.
  20. Trademarks and Advertisement.
  1. Establishing Business relationships.
  2. Entertaining clients.
  3. First meeting with clients.
  4. Intention of buying and selling.
  5. Negotiating prices.
  6. Discussion about variety and quantity.
  7. Discounts and commissions.
  8. Modes of payment.
  9. Delivery and shipment.
  10. Packing.
  11. Insurance.
  12. Customs and commodity inspection.
  13. Credit risk and its management.
  14. Signing the contract.
  15. Demanding payment of debts
  16. Claim and arbitration.
  17. Agency agreements.
  18. International trading network platform.
  19. Modes of trade promotion abroad.
  20. A new pattern of international trade.
  21. Technology trade.
  22. Service industry.
  23. Project contracting and labour cooperation.
  24. Processing trade.
  25. Opening of the retail market.
  26. Financial services.
  27. Capital market.
  28. Security and stock markets.
  29. Commercial insurance market.
  30. Market of environment protection industry.
  31. Market of information industry.
  32. Intellectual property rights and Franchise trade.
  33. Dumping and antidumping.
  1. Economy and Culture.
  2. Businessmen and scholars.
  3. The cultural commodity market.
  4. Cultural brokers.
  5. Economic development and changes of folkways.
  6. Corporate culture and corporate image.
  7. Culture of time-honoured shops.
  8. Advertising and the culture therein.
  9. Brands and the culture of trademarks.
  10. Packaging and its culture.
  11. Cuisine and the food culture.
  12. Alcoholic drinks and the drinking culture.
  13. Tea and the tea culture.
  14. Silk and the silk culture.
  15. Dress, personal adornment and the dress culture.
  16. Ceramics and the ceramic culture.
  17. Architecture and the culture of civilian residence.
  18. Tourism and tourism culture.
  19. The culture of handicrafts.
  20. Classic sayings in commerce.