Do you want to do business with the Chinese, in your country or in China? Or are you planning to go to China for holidays and want to learn more about Chinese culture and traditions? Or have you already been to China and you would like to find out how much you really know about Chinese Business Etiquette? For whatever reason you decide to go to China, it’s important to learn to relate with Chinese people quickly and effectively. These are just some of the questions that you will find in this free online test on Chinese Business Etiquette:
* How should serious concerns or disagreements be addressed?
* What does it mean if you point chopsticks at someone?
* When a Chinese person starts singing karaoke, what should you do?
* What gifts should you avoid because they are associated with funerals and death?
* What does it mean if at a restaurant the waiter puts a fake flower on your table?
* How would it be perceived by the Chinese if in the middle of the negotiation process a new associate would be included?
Find out how much you know about Chinese Business Etiquette by taking this free online test of 100 questions. This is the most detailed free online test you will find on the internet.
Free Online Test: Chinese Business Etiquette
Author: Karin Schroeck-Singh
Karin Schroeck-Singh is a trilingual Career Optimizer at www.Careerheads.com. She has an MBA from the University of Leicester (UK) and gained 20 years of international work experience in various industries in Italy, the UK and India. Her passion lies in creating multilingual, high-quality content in career matters, giving highly engaging public speeches and helping job seekers to optimize their career by providing professional coaching. She is the author of several ebooks, among them “44 Tips for a successful Video Interview” (http://careerheads.com/product/ebook-44-tips-for-a-successful-video-interview/). She has written several career and business articles for international HR and Marketing companies. Her favourite motto is “Learn from anyone, anywhere, anytime!” Follow her on Twitter @CareerHeads.