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Can an internship in China lead to a full-time job?

Participating in an internship in China is becoming increasingly popular among foreign University students. Especially in Shanghai and Beijing, cities which are quickly becoming new lands of opportunity for recent Foreign college graduates who face unemployment nearing double digits at home. A similar trend can be observed with Foreign Universities which are ramping up their [...]

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How to get an internship in China

Someone who is planning an internship abroad can be described as adventurous, open-minded, curious and above all ambitious! Someone who is planning to do an internship in China is someone looking for a new challenge far away from the typical internship experience! No other culture is more unique than in China, but that’s exactly the appeal to [...]

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China I A few Things Never to Do

  This article may save you from certain embarrassment and possibly even outright humiliation one day. Here are some tips on what not to do if you really want to win friends and make a good impression with your Chinese acquaintances. Do not accept food, drinks, or gifts without first refusing a few times.  No [...]

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Job Opportunities

Store Management Trainee at INDITEX Group in Greater China

Employer: INDITEX Industry:  Apparel/Textiles/Leather Goods  Wholesale/Retail Location: Wenzhou Company Size: 5000-10000 Job Function: Store Management Trainee Education: Bachelor Company Profile INDITEX, one of the world's largest fashion distributors, has more than 5,500 stores in 85 countries in Europe, the Americas, Asia and Africa. In addition to Zara, the largest of its retail chains, INDITEX has other commercial formats: Pull and [...]

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Desk Coordinator in China

Employer: DCK Qingdao Ltd Industry:  Trading/Import & Export  Wholesale/Retail Location: Qingdao Company Size: 50-150 Job Function: Desk Coordinator Education: Bachelor Primary Tasks Ensures completion of paperwork, sign-in and security procedures Handles special administrative projects, as well as overflow work from departments Handles incoming calls and performs general administrative duties Performs a variety of Internet research functions and uses word processing, spreadsheets [...]

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Graduating Student – Fashion/Textiles Designer at Fashion Textile Trading in Shanghai

Employer: FASHION TEXTILE TRADING SHANGHAI Industry: Fashion Location: Shanghai-Xuhui Company Size: Below 50 Person Job Function: Fashion/Textiles Designer   Education: Bachelor Job Description Technical Design product details such as pockets cuttings, embroidery, prints… Overall Technical product drawing Redraw changes as clients required Report to Fashion Designer Job Requirements Illustrator user. Good knowledge command of denim clothes and other casual [...]

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Career Resources

Internships – an Excellent Start to a Career Needed for an MBA

By Iliana Bobova Head of MBA Admissions Consulting, Access MBA Reach Access MBA is coming to Shanghai Internships are the bridge between education and the requirements of the real business world. Internships are a flexible opportunity to gain hands-on experience on different positions, sectors and companies related to your education. They are a practical tool [...]

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Announcements And Other Information

5 Networking Hacks For Introverts

5 Hacks to Network Effectively as an Introvert Remember your new “friend’s” name Lead conversation like a pro Quality over quantity Take notes Follow up within 24 hours (Source: IvyExec)

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Minding Your “Q’s” – Especially your EQ…

IQ has long been hailed as the "Holy Grail" amongst academic institutions. And it wasn't until my boss in New York (then the Chief Investment Officer at one of the largest US banks) told me, "It is not what you know, but who you know, that matters..." that it became apparent that IQ alone doesn't [...]

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Industry News

Could democracy help India beat China in internationalisation?

Both India and China have among the largest educational systems in the world. But what makes the comparison between the two countries particularly interesting is that both offer a common baseline 'year' for comparison: the 1940s, when both countries were formed and began developing their respective educational systems. Thereafter, each country took quite a different [...]

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Education in a global world

During the past few decades, the global economy and global culture have changed much faster than our mental maps. It’s troubling that entire education systems have not yet caught up with the new global realities. For instance, in Europe entire cohorts of students are still graduating from high schools and universities without having acquired even [...]

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Industry News

Coca-Cola Announces Greater China Executive Change

Coca-Cola has confirmed the news and said that starting from July 1, 2013, Atul Singh, president for Coca-Cola India and Southwest Asia, will be vice president of Coca-Cola Pacific Group, leading businesses in India, Southwest Asia, Greater China, and South Korea. Singh will report to Ahmet C. Bozer, president of Coca-Cola International; while Brooks will [...]

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How to win over your Chinese colleagues

Modern office life is full of hazards. We often come across stories about gender issues in career development, sexual harassment, office jealousy and cross-cultural communication barriers. But what about in offices where Chinese and foreigners work along side each other? Is office discrimination towards foreigners an over blown myth orgrim reality? Over the last few years, the number of foreigners working in China has soared. There must be something about China that attracts expats, especially to first-tier cities likeBeijing and Shanghai. Some Chinese companies hire foreigners at a price, soon learning of their incompatibility in the workplace. How to win over your Chinese colleagues

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China central bank governor: to guide reasonable financing

CHINA'S central bank governor Zhou Xiaochuan told the Lujiazui Forum in Shanghai that the central bank will guide financial institutions to maintain reasonable lending policies. Zhou said that the People's Bank of China will adjust market liquidity in an appropriate manner. China central bank governor: to guide reasonable financing

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China seeks greater influence in Arctic region

China will set up a joint Arctic research centre in Shanghai with Danish, Icelandic and Norwegian institutions, building on improving diplomatic ties with Nordic countries, as it bids to raise its stake in the faraway but resource-rich region. The China-Nordic Arctic Research Centre, whose launch plan was announced in Shanghai in early June, may signal [...]

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