About this courseSkip About this course
Take the next step in learning Mandarin Chinese and expand your language skills so you can effectively communicate in Chinese business.
In this language training course, you will learn common phrases and scenarios of business and negotiation in Chinese speaking countries. You will also learn about Chinese business culture and etiquette and the needs of businessmen and women.
If you enroll in the verified track, you will be able to participate in the Webinar lectured by Dr. Estella Y. Chen, who will lead the discussion with a wide variety of popular topics to accompany you to the world of chinese business culture and trend.
What's more, in the verified track, we'll give you three pronunciation lessons that will help you communicate more smoothly and effectively in a business environment.
This course was developed with the assistance of Dr. Haohsiang Liao, Director of the Chinese Language Program at MIT.
Basic knowledge of Mandarin Chinese is required.
What you'll learnSkip What you'll learn
- Mandarin phrases and expressions for business negotiation
- Chinese business culture and etiquette
- Proper Business Chinese languages for finding business partners, networking, contract signing, and maintaining business relationships
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