Wednesday, 4 June 2014

MORE INDIANS DOING BUSINESS IN CHINA.FORBES INDIA TELLS YOU HOW TO BRIDGE THE CULTURAL DIVIDE.


If you are travelling by train, keep enough time to get to the station. Inner city or downtown traffic at peak hours can be bad
So you’ve got your Chinese visa, your flight ticket, hotel booking. You’ve learned to say Ni Hao to greet someone and XieXie to thank him or her, and packed your suitcase with some Darjeeling tea, or fine leather folios to gift your potential business partner. You’re feeling proud of Mumbai’s new T2, or New Delhi’s T3 … and then your flight lands in Beijing’s Capital International Airport, the world’s second busiest airport, handling over 60 million people a year. As you make your way out of the gargantuan Norman Foster designed building, there’s an all-too familiar scrum of people holding up hotel or company signs. Except, most of them don’t speak English. If you’re lucky, or have arranged it in advance, you’ll be received at the airport and whisked to your hotel... Read More