Mandarin Taster - Survival Business & Travel Phrases

July 9, 2019

 

 

Whether it’s for an upcoming work trip to China, to increase your employability, or just for fun, learning Chinese is a really good way of enhancing your skills and opening up new, exciting opportunities.

 

There are so many myths around learning Chinese and many think it’s difficult to learn. Is that true? Is learning Chinese really that hard?

In this fun, interactive taster workshop, we will show you learning Chinese is not only more straight forward than what people think, but it can also be fun and very rewarding. The workshop takes place on July 10th, 5-6 pm. To book please email hello@cocoonglobal.com.

 

You will learn very simple and practical survival phrases to enable you to connect with your Chinese clients, and navigate China more independently. We will cover:

  • Basic greetings

  • Introducing yourself and company

  • Getting around in a taxi and train

  • Essential culture points for doing business with Chinese

  • Tried & tested tips to make learning Chinese more effective



Your speaker: Grace Zhao

Grace is the Managing Director of China Unbound, which runs Chinese language as well as Chinese cultural competence training for businesses and professionals. As such she is able to bring her business experience to her language training and re-create real-life scenarios in the classroom in order to prepare clients to better work in an international environment.


Grace's students range from SMEs to multinationals such as Grant Thornton, PWC, ICBC Standard Bank, Hamleys, The Linux Foundation and IBM.

 

China Unbound runs regular Chinese language courses and culture activities, see what’s upcoming at: https://china-unbound.co.uk/

What our past attendees say?

- "Amazing taster session, very informative and fun. Very lovely, friendly, experienced and knowledgeable teacher." - Kelly McClarey
- "Very good, well presented and well rounded." - Stephen Hobson
- "It's thorough and you also understand more about the culture." - Annie Luong

 

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