focuses on practical language skills that are most helpful
in actual business interactions with Chinese-speaking communities.
Classroom activities, TASK-BASED and largely in the form of
real world simulation, will be based on authentic documents
and correspondence as well as a textbook. Some highlights
are: business negotiation in international trade, business
letter writing, business documents comprehension/translation,
business oral presentation, commercial language and word processing.
the basic terminology, format of letters and documents
in Modern Chinese related to business and foreign trade.
business negotiation in Chinese by using appropriately
the learned terminology and expressions.
business-related essays, recognize the rhetorical structures
of the essays and group adjacent paragraphs into a larger
section according to a main idea, summarize in Chinese
the main ideas of each section as well as the entire essay.
and comprehend the relevant business documents written
in Chinese, such as sale and purchase contract, letter
of credit, invoice, insurance policy, and other business
letters involving import and export trade.
the stylistic differences between formalness and informalness,
colloquial and written Chinese, and be able to write formal
business letter in the appropriate format and using the
format of a resume in Chinese and prepare one in Chinese
for business purposes.
further information on our training services or to discuss
your training needs, please contact Jason Cross:
Tel: (852) 2834 2168 | Fax: (852) 2834 2183 or by email