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Served 50,000 corporate users, 600,000 foreign talents, and 190,000 foreign resumes It has reached international talents from 123 countries around the world, and has accumulated rich experience in helping international talents work and live.
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A professional headhunting team with 10 years of headhunting experience. At the same time, an overseas business department was established to expand overseas cooperation channels and help Chinese companies recruit global expats.
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    Chinese Culture Facts

    People from all over the world, including those from very different cultural backgrounds and customs, have been attracted to China owing to its extensive history, which extends back more than 5,000 years. There are a few elements of Chinese culture that you should be aware with whether you are going to be traveling to China in the near future or if you have already made China your permanent home.

    The practice that is often referred to as "dating" is rather serious.

    If you are interested in dating a Chinese woman, you must first end all past "relationships" (regardless of how many you have) or else your behavior would be seen as "cheating," which is a serious offense in Chinese culture.

    It is not considered rude to enquire about being compensated for anything.

    It is considered impolite to discuss one's financial condition in Western society; but, in Chinese culture, doing so is about as common as sharing one's emotions about the weather prediction for the day.

    56 distinct cultural categories

    It's safe to say that every single racial and ethnic group has its own language, distinct set of customs, and way of dressing (and so on). For instance, the Dai people celebrate the beginning of their new year around the same time as the Songkran Festival, but the Spring Festival is not a big deal for them. (The Han people make up the majority of the population.)

    Chinese Zodiac

    Every lunar year has its own zodiac, and some Chinese people believe that the zodiac really plays a vital part in determining how their lives will unfold.

    (Chinese Zodiac: 鼠(Rat)、牛(Ox)、虎(Tiger)、兔(Hare)、龙(Dragon)、蛇(Snake)、马(Horse)、羊(Sheep)、猴(Monkey)、鸡(Rooster)、狗(Dog)、猪(Boar))

    relating to the domestic setting

    To offer a more concrete illustration, a marriage in China includes not just the two people being married, but also the two families of both sets of persons.

    Kung Fu is an umbrella phrase that refers to a collection of diverse kinds of martial arts, such as Qigong and Tai Chi. Kung fu is practiced throughout China. On top of that, not every Chinese person has a good grasp of Kung Fu!

    Consuming food is a necessary part of life.

    According to an old Chinese saying, "meal is the main necessity of the people," which may also be translated as "food is the first and fundamental nourishment in people's lives," which is a more accurate description. Because of this, whenever you interact with someone from China, they will always ask you whether you have eaten or not, regardless of the context.

    In China, many different types of traditional festivities are conducted throughout the year.

    Even if you have no understanding why Chinese people celebrate so many different holidays throughout the year, with the Spring Festival being the most significant of them all, you will still be incredibly happy to receive more time off. The Spring Festival is the most important of these celebrations. (Compensated time off for teachers and other educational staff)

    A symbol of power, riches, status, and expertise, the dragon is an ancient Chinese mythological creature.

    During the time of ancient China, the only people who were allowed to use products that included dragon components were the emperors. In Chinese culture, this animal is held in very high esteem because of its reputation for good fortune.

    Studying Mandarin does not guarantee that one will be able to speak fluently in Chinese with all Chinese people.

    People who speak different varieties of Chinese are often unable to understand one another since the Chinese language has evolved into hundreds of diverse dialects.