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"No one doing business with the Chinese should be without [it]."—Midwest Book Review This insider's pocket reference covers common business and social protocols for traveling and doing business in China, Taiwan, and Hong Kong. It is also ideal for anyone hosting Chinese business visitors. This new edition has been updated with current trends, Internet and phone tips, interviews, and fresh ideas for understanding the profound behavioral and social changes produced by Chinese modernization. Stefan H. Verstappen lives in Toronto. He is author of The Thirty Six Strategies of Ancient China and has worked as a corporate trainer and publicist in Hong Kong, Taipei, and Beijing.
East-West business is booming as thousands of people flock to China. The author, with 25 years of experience dealing with the Chinese, provides up-to-date advice on how to succeed, avoid gaffes, interpret behaviour and make positive impressions.
International Business Etiquette: Asia and the Pacific Rim is the ideal guide for establishing and maintaining relationships in Asia, and it is as well-suited to the first-time traveler as to the seasoned veteran. For quick reference, chapters are devoted to each of the countries covered and offer countless suggestions and sage advice that can help you get ahead make the deal and build relationships that matter. Topics include: Proper greetings and introductions. Business card etiquette. Body language. Questions to ask-and topics to avoid. Meeting Manners. The art of business entertaining and mealtime etiquette. Special concerns for women doing business in Asia. When tipping is appropriate and when it is not.
This text gives guidance to help managers navigate the customs and practices that support Chinese businesses. It offers suggestions for resolving rifts between Eastern and Western ways of business.
An insider's guide to master the etiquette for dealing with China, where business is personal.
This unique volume provides a broad introduction to the ethnic Chinese business in Asia, with focus on the ethnic Chinese in East and Southeast Asia. The growing interest in ethnic Chinese business reflects its importance in these two regional economies, and its relations with China's economy — the world's new economic powerhouse. It examines the nature and characteristics of the ethnic Chinese business, such as business networks, family business and conglomerates, concepts of xinyong and guanxi, and entrepreneurship and management. It also examines the input of history and culture in the formation and operation of ethnic Chinese business. The second half of the book is devoted to detailed regional studies, covering the Chinese in Thailand, Malaysia and Singapore, Indonesia, the Philippines, Hong Kong and Taiwan. This book provides an excellent introduction for tertiary students in business schools, and for prospective businessmen who wish to do business with the Chinese in East and Southeast Asia.
England, 1264: as Simon de Montfort and his fellow Barons challenge Henry IIIs arrogant conviction of the divine right of kings to rule, the country moves inexorably towards civil war. In the little town of Lewes in Sussex, Judith, daughter of Belaset, seeks revenge for the massacre of her family and other Jews by de Montfort. As a trusted messenger between the King and his loyal followers, she is asked to act as go-between for King Henry and William Foville, Prior of St Pancras in Lewes. Judith seizes the opportunity to strike one last blow against de Montfort before her wedding to Aaron of London. The castle in Lewes overlooks the little town, as it has done since the Conqueror gave the land to William de Warenne. Jervis FitzHugh, squire to Williams descendant John de Warenne, longs for adventure, and for the hand of Madeleine de Tourney. His longings are both fulfilled, but in a most unexpected way. Judith, Aaron, Jervis and Madeleine all become closely intertwined in a way that none of them could have foreseen. Far from a simple journey to France and back, Judith finds herself facing danger and deceit, as de Montforts followers do all they can to prevent the message getting through. Help comes from the Kings supporters, in England and in France, and from other more unexpected quarters. When the inevitable happens, and the Battle of Lewes is fought, Judiths work is done. BUT could it have really happened? Yes, it could! Most of the characters in the book really existed, and the historical accuracy of the events of the time have been carefully researched and verified by the author. BELESET'S DAUGHTER is a 2002 Eppie Award finalist. For an author bio and photo, reviews and a readingsample, visit www.bosonbooks.com.

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