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Moving To China
With the rapid development of China's economy and the continuous improvement of living standards, China is the main destination of overseas Chinese all over the world.
Tips for Moving To China
Yes, Chinese is one of the most complex languages in the world. But if 1.3 billion people can master it, why don't you? The difficulty most foreigners find is the pronunciation of various words, because it is a tonal language - each word has at least four meanings. So if you can master the basic tones, then you can master the rest of the language. Speaking and listening should not be as challenging as reading and writing. Usually everyone can understand English or Mandarin. To get a job in most companies in China, you need some language skills, especially for foreigners, whose companies offer language courses.
Make friends with local people
For newcomers to China, in the first few weeks or months, you will be as busy as a child with your travel activities in a candy store. For small and important things, such as asking your neighbor to keep quiet or asking for help for your home (landlord's problem, etc.), usually have a friend you can trust, and if you need an urgent translator, you can talk to him. Making friends with local people will also help you overcome cultural shock and family disease, which will completely immerse you in your new life.
Avoid abusing culture
The vast majority of foreigners who go to China are used to being treated as VIPs just because they are foreigners, or "fair skin" - it's everywhere, from restaurants to your workplace, in the process, some foreigners tend to abuse this point, because they want to be treated like VIPs no matter where they go. In general, "I'm a foreigner, I should take precedence over the locals" - that's wrong. In recent years, Chinese people in big cities (such as Shanghai and Beijing) have begun to realize that it is not good for foreigners to jump in line at banks / post offices just because they are foreigners. In fact, if you encounter such a situation, you may eventually argue with others about why you don't get the first priority, which is not good for the image foreigners want to create.
Take part in local recreational activities
Play badminton, swimming pool or table tennis to your friends / colleagues / neighbors. You bet your reserve price will make them smile. Taking part in local activities will definitely make you a popular foreigner and let you know more about culture. It will free you from homesickness, allow you to interact with others and make new friends. If your colleagues invite you to the local KTV after work, even if you can't sing (in Chinese or English), it's better to join just for fun.
Understanding social and business etiquette
If a Chinese family or friend invites you to their home, accept it. You are the guest of their country and hometown. The Chinese are very welcome and hospitable. It is considered rude to refuse the invitation. If you refuse to attend, your host will lose face. Also, in the business world, if your manager invites you to dinner with him or her (usually him), it's best to accept because they are honored to invite you. This is the way to reach and negotiate business agreements through social dinners in China. Remember, in China, seniority is very important, so don't toast with colleagues in restaurants, because only senior managers do it!