Chinese Business Etiquette

When in China, understand the Chinese (and don't lose points for tourist manners!)

Encountering the Chinese
Book

Hu Wenzhong and Cornelius Grove

Intercultural Press, 1999

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When the individualistic American meets the collective-minded Chinese, the Yank should be punctual, polite and aware.
Cowboys and Dragons
Book

Charles Lee

Kaplan Publishing, 2003

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Your Chinese contact thinks you are loud, greedy and rude, and he hasn’t met you yet. Here’s how to beat the stereotype.
International Business Etiquette: Asia & The Pacific Rim
Book

Ann Marie Sabath

Career Press, 1998

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Critical business skills in Asia: Building relationships and preserving “face.”
Chinese Business Etiquette
Book

Scott D. Seligman

Warner Books, 1999

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When you work with the Chinese, the hospitality is real, but the “yes” isn’t: how to function when a nod only means “I’m listening,” connections are critical, and saving face is everyone’s primary motive.