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Postby sky1688 » Sun Mar 28, 2010 9:19 am

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Postby sky1688 » Mon Jun 28, 2010 1:14 am

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Postby sky1688 » Mon Jun 28, 2010 3:25 pm

China travel tips

Climate and Clothing

What to wear while traveling to China? It depends on where and when you are in China.

China is a large country with various climates. In general, the summers are hot and humid, and the winters windy and cold.

In South China, like Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Hongkong, Sanya, Xiamen, Quanzhou, Wenzhou and around, the summers are extremely hot and humid from June to September, with typhoon comes now and then. Therefore, the best time to travel to these cities are October and November. The winters in these cities are short and cool (especially for visitors from North Europe and North America ) from about January to February. During the spring from about March to April, it’s warm and has much rain.

In these cities in South China, Sporty casual wear is fine, supplemented by comfortable, study walking shoes. An umbrella, raincoat and light sweater or jacket offers enough protection, except during the cold temperatures of winter months.

In North China, like Beijing, Tianjin, Jinan, Zhengzhou, Xi’an, Huhhot, and especially the cities of northeastern part of China, like Harbin, Shenyang, Changchun, the summers are as hot as those of South China, but a little difference is that the summers from June to August are short. In contrast, the winters from about December to March are long and cold, with the temperature going down at about menus 40 degrees in the northeast part.

Therefore, if you visit these cities in winter, overcoat, thick woolen sweaters, lined coats; cap, gloves and cotton-padded shoes are required.

You may also get some suggestions from your local interpreter in Shanghai/Beijing/Guangzhou or tour guide in Guangzhou/Shanghai/Beijing, etc before your coming to China.

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Re: Find interpreter in China for free(86-189 65619269)

Postby sky1688 » Thu Jul 01, 2010 2:49 am

Business Culture/ Some Tips for Doing Business with Chinese (1)

Doing business in China? Having a basic understanding of Chinese business culture and etiquette will definitely helps a lot. The following tips may help you succeed.

Guanxi (relationships between people)

Guanxi is what glues Chinese people together in their social life. For Chinese, if you have a good guanxi (personal relationship) with him or her, everything becomes easy to do. It’s also true to Chinese companies. Therefore, if you want to sell products to Chinese companies, you must establish a good personal relationship with your target company’s purchasing manager.

Compared with people from America and Europe, Chinese people are more emotional. In a way, They will decide a business deal based on how much your personal relationship with them. A good personal relationship also means a kind of trust from Chinese to you.

There are many ways to develop a good relationship with your Chinese business partner. The typical way is to invite him or her to have dinner.

The eating and drinking is an important communicating medium in China and is often used by Chinese themselves, especially when they want to establish or develop a good relationship with a business partner, a local influential official and so on.

When eating, you may talk about business, but your emphasis should be on some light topics, like your family, your hobbies, your aspirations, etc. Just treat your guest like a friend rather than a business partner, and in this way, your guest feel that you are close to him or her, you are as sincere as a friend, gradually, he or she will trust you and develop a good personal relation with you, then, it’s much easier to talk business deals with him or her.

While eating with your Chinese business partner, drinking and toasting is a must. To learn the subtle details, you may need to hire a Chinese interpreter to help.(Chinese interpreter can also be hired from a Chinese translation company or any agency that offers Chinese translation service).

In conclusion, Chinese people base their business relationships on trust and honesty, like to mix business with social life, appreciate modesty and respect for the elderly and those with higher social position and titles.

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Re: Find interpreter in China for free(86-189 65619269)

Postby sky1688 » Sat Jul 03, 2010 9:23 am

Business Culture/ Some Tips for Doing Business with Chinese (2)

A better understanding of the way of Chinese thinking, the way of Chinese communicating, and the way of Chinese doing business will definitely help your business negotiations go on smoothly.

Giving face or Gei Mian Zi

Mian Zi (Face) could be loosely defined as the "status" or "self-respect" in Chinese. Giving face (it means giving due respect) is a very important concept in China. You must give the appropriate respect to your Chinese business partner according to his or rank and seniority.

Basically, Chinese people are thoughtful of others, avoid confrontation, and save face on behalf of themselves and others.

For Chinese, it is the worst thing to lose face. It also accounts for that they always pay attention not to make their business partner lose face in business practice. For instance, when they disagree with you, they never say it directly. Instead, they say it in a roundabout way. So, if they say “I’ll think about it”, “I have another idea”… their words are actually graceful ways to say “No”.

Likewise, if they don’t trust you, they never show it by their expression. It’s said that Chinese are good at hiding their emotions. Also, they never say something unpleasant directly to you although you may cause him or her very angry.

When dealing with Chinese businesspersons, never prove him or her wrong nor shout at him in public, for your action would risk putting a Chinese in a situation that he might lose face.

If you do have something unpleasant to talk with your Chinese business partner, it’s advised to hire a China interpreter/translator/assistant to help conduct your topic and express your ideas in a tactful way.

In conclusion, to get a successful effect without letting a Chinese lose face, any criticism should be delivered privately and discreetly, or else, just opposite to what you wish.

Hire a Chinese interpreter to helpmore. (Chinese interpreter can also be hired from a Chinese translation company or any agency that offers Chinese translation service)

Taboo when talking with Chinese

There are some taboo areas in social conversations with the Chinese. Try to avoid these conversational topics as much as possible. Many nasty arguments as a result of these topics:

1. You must not mention that Taiwan is an independent state or a country.
2. You can condemn Mao Tse Tung but avoid criticizing Deng Hsiao Ping or Zhou En Lai.

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Re: Find interpreter in China for free(86-189 65619269)

Postby sky1688 » Wed Jul 07, 2010 3:57 am

Climate and Clothing in China :?:

What to wear while traveling to China? It depends on where and when you are in China.

China is a large country with various climates. In general, the summers are hot and humid, and the winters windy and cold.

In South China, like Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Hongkong, Sanya, Xiamen, Quanzhou, Wenzhou and around, the summers are extremely hot and humid from June to September, with typhoon comes now and then. Therefore, the best time to travel to these cities are October and November. The winters in these cities are short and cool (especially for visitors from North Europe and North America ) from about January to February. During the spring from about March to April, it’s warm and has much rain.

In these cities in South China, Sporty casual wear is fine, supplemented by comfortable, study walking shoes. An umbrella, raincoat and light sweater or jacket offers enough protection, except during the cold temperatures of winter months.

In North China, like Beijing, Tianjin, Jinan, Zhengzhou, Xi’an, Huhhot, and especially the cities of northeastern part of China, like Harbin, Shenyang, Changchun, the summers are as hot as those of South China, but a little difference is that the summers from June to August are short. In contrast, the winters from about December to March are long and cold, with the temperature going down at about menus 40 degrees in the northeast part.

Therefore, if you visit these cities in winter, overcoat, thick woolen sweaters, lined coats; cap, gloves and cotton-padded shoes are required.

You may also get some suggestions from your local interpreter in Shanghai/Beijing/Guangzhou or tour guide in Guangzhou/Shanghai/Beijing, etc before your coming to China.

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Postby sky1688 » Sat Jul 17, 2010 10:35 pm

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Postby sky1688 » Thu Jul 22, 2010 11:36 pm

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We were in Shanghai for 11 days and were attending 2 shows, a Construction Show and the Asian Solar show. Maria has pretty much perfect English, having lived many years in Australia , so we had no problem with accents or misunderstandings which is big for those looking to purchase or deal in China.

Maria saved us more money than she was paid just by keeping an eye on the every day dealings that we had and we felt secure in her care.

Also she was always doing research at night to make sure that we were informed of how things worked in China and that we were well informed about our options. All we had to do was ask for a vendor other than the ones we went to China to see and she would present us with our options, and these all worked out well. She did not wait , she would get on the phone and make the necessary calls to find what we needed.

When we went to Solar factories to see their plants, she was there with us and was very informed and learned what we were looking for very very quickly, so that she could deal for us if their English was rough.She has a lot of business sense.

Also for Shopping, site seeing, restaurants or hunting for art, Maria had us where we wanted to go immediatly and even told us where the price should be for items.

All in all I cannot say enough about Maria and would ask for her every time I was in Shanghai,,,,, I hope she is not taken when I go back.

Keith Nicholson

CEO N. C. and Sons Inc.

US

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Postby sky1688 » Wed Aug 04, 2010 3:13 pm

Public Holidays in China

On the following national holidays, banks and offices are closed, as are some shops, restaurants and tourist sights. These are peak domestic travel periods.

1 January     New Year’s Day Three days’ Holiday (From Jan.1 to Jan.3)

January-February     Chinese New Year/Spring Festival (follows the lunar calendar and it lasts about 10 days: e.g. Feb.13- Feb.21 in 2010; Feb. 2-Feb.10 in 2011; Jan. 22-Jan.30 in 2012)

1 May     Labor Day     Three days’ Holiday (From May 1 to May 3)

1 October      National Day     Severn day’s Holiday (From Oct.1 to Oct. 7)

In addition, Chinese celebrate the traditional festivals by following the lunar calendar, like the Mid-autumn Festival (one day holiday), the Dragon Boat Festival (one day holiday), you are advised to confirm the exact date of those festivals in the Gregorian Calendar from your China interpreter or your Guangzhou/Shanghai tour guide.

Opening Hours

Banks: Usually Mon-Fri 9:30 am to 4:30 pm. Some open for limited services on Saturday.

Shops: Hours vary. Most shops are open daily 9:30 am to 9:00 pm. Department stores and malls, 10:00 am to 10:00 pm.

Offices: Mon-Fri 9:00 am to 5:00 pm. Some close for lunch, noon-1:30 pm or 2:00 pm

Museums: Usually open seven days a week 9:00 am to 4:00 pm, although a number of museums and other tourist sights are closed for one day each week.

Bars: Generally, bars that double as cafes often open as early as 7:30 am and stay open all day. Others open by noon. The official closing hour is 2:00 am after midnight. However, bars in some big cities may close at different time. Please confirm it with your tour guide in Shanghai, Guangzhou, etc.

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I am very familiar with Shenzhen because I have been living in Shenzhen for 11 years and often take business trip in Guangzhou, Foshan, Dongguan, HK, Macau(hold visa and passport) Zhongshan, Shanghai, Yiwu, Ningbo etc.

Business English graduate (English Level: TEM LEVEL-8) speaking Cantonese, English and Mandarin, my hometown dialect and a little bit Japanese. My Spoken English is very fluent, own vast English vocabularies, rich experience in below mentioned products.

I know China factories and wholesale markets very well such as Electronics market in Shenzhen, shoes, watches, hand bags & bag in Guangzhou, funiture, ceramics in Foshan, lighting in Zhongshan, etc. I could guide you to the wholesale markets and factories for sourcing products with your price and high quality easily in very short time!! If you are in town on business or on holiday, I am your solution to any communication difficulties. Also available for short trips to other cities.

I am very familiar with below products:

1.ELECTRONICS PRODUCTS( Mobile phone, Computer accessory, Tablet PC, USB, MP3, Memory card, IC chips,Led, CCTV, GPS, etc)

2.CONSTRCTION MATERIAL

3.HANDBAG, BAGS, WATCHES, SHOES, ETC.

Also , I have many reliable good suppliers of other products, I may recommend the quality factory to you against your demand. I’m qualified for business negotiation interpreting, know how to arrange your travel and accommodation in China
and will surely help my customer find the resources they’re looking for and attended fairs such as Canton Fair, Chinaplas Fair, Shenzhen Hi-Tech Fair, Medical Fair, China International Fair, etc. besides, i am very familar with the B2B platforms.

Sep I worked as the business interpreter to assist my client from Senegal went to the construction markets and visited serveral wedding dress shops.

Sep I worked as the business interpreter to assist my client from India to do the market research and meet Chinese suppliers of Computer accessory products in the Shenzhen Global Source Fair.

August I will work as the business interpreter to assist my client from Arab to meet Chinese suppliers of GPS products to talk about the Technical issue.

August I worked as the business interpreter to assist my client from Indian to meet Chinese suppliers of tablet PC and follow up the whole order.

August I worked as the business interpreter to assist my client from Indian to meet Chinese suppliers of keyboard of the tablet PC.

July I worked as a Conference Consecutive Interpreter to assist my Swiss client in bidding for the government's project regarding the Urban Planning and Designing.

July I worked as a business interpreter to assist my client from Malaysia in meeting Chinese suppliers of LCD.

July I worked as a business interpreter to assist my client from Indian to meet Chinese suppliers of Mobilephone.

July 11th-July 25th, I worked as a business interpreter to assist my client, Ashley from Dubai to meet Chinese suppliers of bags, shoes, etc. in Guangzhou.

July 3rd-July 5th, I worked as a business interpreter to assist Australian client to meet Chinese suppliers of gear box, GPS products in Dongguang and and as a tour guide to show him the most famous scene spot in Shenzhen-Window of the
World.I booked five-stars hotel-CROWNE PLAZA SHENZHEN for my client.

June 8th-12th, I worked as an interpreter to assist( including booking hotel, car rental) my USA clients to meet more than 10 Chinese suppliers of the Led products in Shenzhen, Dongguang, Foshan, Guangzhou and we also attended Guangzhou international lighting exhibition. We had a very nice business trip and American clients( Victor and Ted) said" Michelle you did a great job, we could not have done without you".

Testimony

Testimony I
Ms. Michelle is hard-working, knowledgeable, sourceful interpreter. She has very good topographical knowledge of Shenzhen area so any foreigner coming to Shenzhen can be assured of getting on-time and prompt service. With her down to

earth approach she also takes care of food habits, travelling habits etc of the visitor. A considerable good command over spoken English gives upper hand over the other interpreters.
SACHIN WAZE
CMD
TECHLEGAL SOLUTIONS PVT. LTD.

Testimony II
Dear Michelle,
Thank you for your time and interpreting service. As a foreigner, it's a bit hard to communicate with local folks if you don't know Mandarin, but with you it's seems like everything is so easy.
You can understand me clearly, and can negotiate with supplier in a short time without me knowing.
I definitely will recommend your service to all of my friend if they are coming to China.
Mr Iq (from Malaysia)
http://www.klasiq.com

Testimony III
Thanks Michelle for all you have done and we really appreciate it. You did a great job, we could not have done without you.
Ted Beckwith and Victor
Gotham Products
(From New York, U.S.)

-------------

Wish you a great business journey!
Thanks and best regards,
Michelle(China Interpreter)
Mobile phone: 0086 15818685956
Email:chinainterpretermichelle@gmail.com
MSN: smartrans2008@hotmail.com
http://www.chinainterpretermichelle.com
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China travel tips

Climate and Clothing

What to wear while traveling to China? It depends on where and when you are in China.

China is a large country with various climates. In general, the summers are hot and humid, and the winters windy and cold.

Doing business in China? Having a basic understanding of Chinese business culture and etiquette will definitely helps a lot. The following tips may help you succeed.

Guanxi (relationships between people)

Guanxi is what glues Chinese people together in their social life. For Chinese, if you have a good guanxi (personal relationship) with him or her, everything becomes easy to do. It’s also true to Chinese companies. Therefore, if you want to sell products to Chinese companies, you must establish a good personal relationship with your target company’s purchasing manager.

Compared with people from America and Europe, Chinese people are more emotional. In a way, They will decide a business deal based on how much your personal relationship with them. A good personal relationship also means a kind of trust from Chinese to you.

There are many ways to develop a good relationship with your Chinese business partner. The typical way is to invite him or her to have dinner.

The eating and drinking is an important communicating medium in China and is often used by Chinese themselves, especially when they want to establish or develop a good relationship with a business partner, a local influential official and so on.

When eating, you may talk about business, but your emphasis should be on some light topics, like your family, your hobbies, your aspirations, etc. Just treat your guest like a friend rather than a business partner, and in this way, your guest feel that you are close to him or her, you are as sincere as a friend, gradually, he or she will trust you and develop a good personal relation with you, then, it’s much easier to talk business deals with him or her.

While eating with your Chinese business partner, drinking and toasting is a must. To learn the subtle details, you may need to hire a Chinese interpreter to help.(Chinese interpreter can also be hired from a Chinese translation company or any agency that offers Chinese translation service).

In conclusion, Chinese people base their business relationships on trust and honesty, like to mix business with social life, appreciate modesty and respect for the elderly and those with higher social position and titles.

This is Michelle and I have been working as English to Chinese or vice versa interpreter and translator for 4 years and my customers come from more than 30 countries and areas, hope my professional service can make you a wonderful trip in China ! http://www.chinainterpretermichelle.com

I am very familiar with Shenzhen because I have been living in Shenzhen for 11 years and often take business trip in Guangzhou, Foshan, Dongguan, HK, Macau(hold visa and passport) Zhongshan, Shanghai, Yiwu, Ningbo etc.

Business English graduate (English Level: TEM LEVEL-8) speaking Cantonese, English and Mandarin, my hometown dialect and a little bit Japanese. My Spoken English is very fluent, own vast English vocabularies, rich experience in below mentioned products.

I know China factories and wholesale markets very well such as Electronics market in Shenzhen, shoes, watches, hand bags & bag in Guangzhou, funiture, ceramics in Foshan, lighting in Zhongshan, etc. I could guide you to the wholesale markets and factories for sourcing products with your price and high quality easily in very short time!! If you are in town on business or on holiday, I am your solution to any communication difficulties. Also available for short trips to other cities.

I am very familiar with below products:

1.ELECTRONICS PRODUCTS( Mobile phone, Computer accessory, Tablet PC, USB, MP3, Memory card, IC chips,Led, CCTV, GPS, etc)

2.CONSTRCTION MATERIAL

3.HANDBAG, BAGS, WATCHES, SHOES, ETC.

Also , I have many reliable good suppliers of other products, I may recommend the quality factory to you against your demand. I’m qualified for business negotiation interpreting, know how to arrange your travel and accommodation in China and will surely help my customer find the resources they’re looking for and attended fairs such as Canton Fair, Chinaplas Fair, Shenzhen Hi-Tech Fair, Medical Fair, China International Fair, etc. besides, i am very familar with the B2B platforms.

Sep I worked as the business interpreter to assist my client from Senegal went to the construction markets and visited serveral wedding dress shops.

Sep I worked as the business interpreter to assist my client from India to do the market research and meet Chinese suppliers of Computer accessory products in the Shenzhen Global Source Fair.

August I will work as the business interpreter to assist my client from Arab to meet Chinese suppliers of GPS products to talk about the Technical issue.

August I worked as the business interpreter to assist my client from Indian to meet Chinese suppliers of tablet PC and follow up the whole order.

August I worked as the business interpreter to assist my client from Indian to meet Chinese suppliers of keyboard of the tablet PC.

July I worked as a Conference Consecutive Interpreter to assist my Swiss client in bidding for the government's project regarding the Urban Planning and Designing.

July I worked as a business interpreter to assist my client from Malaysia in meeting Chinese suppliers of LCD.

July I worked as a business interpreter to assist my client from Indian to meet Chinese suppliers of Mobilephone.

July 11th-July 25th, I worked as a business interpreter to assist my client, Ashley from Dubai to meet Chinese suppliers of bags, shoes, etc. in Guangzhou.

July 3rd-July 5th, I worked as a business interpreter to assist Australian client to meet Chinese suppliers of gear box, GPS products in Dongguang and and as a tour guide to show him the most famous scene spot in Shenzhen-Window of the
World.I booked five-stars hotel-CROWNE PLAZA SHENZHEN for my client.

June 8th-12th, I worked as an interpreter to assist( including booking hotel, car rental) my USA clients to meet more than 10 Chinese suppliers of the Led products in Shenzhen, Dongguang, Foshan, Guangzhou and we also attended Guangzhou international lighting exhibition. We had a very nice business trip and American clients( Victor and Ted) said" Michelle you did a great job, we could not have done without you".

Testimony

Testimony I
Ms. Michelle is hard-working, knowledgeable, sourceful interpreter. She has very good topographical knowledge of Shenzhen area so any foreigner coming to Shenzhen can be assured of getting on-time and prompt service. With her down to

earth approach she also takes care of food habits, travelling habits etc of the visitor. A considerable good command over spoken English gives upper hand over the other interpreters.
SACHIN WAZE
CMD
TECHLEGAL SOLUTIONS PVT. LTD.

Testimony II
Dear Michelle,
Thank you for your time and interpreting service. As a foreigner, it's a bit hard to communicate with local folks if you don't know Mandarin, but with you it's seems like everything is so easy.
You can understand me clearly, and can negotiate with supplier in a short time without me knowing.
I definitely will recommend your service to all of my friend if they are coming to China.
Mr Iq (from Malaysia)
http://www.klasiq.com

Testimony III
Thanks Michelle for all you have done and we really appreciate it. You did a great job, we could not have done without you.
Ted Beckwith and Victor
Gotham Products
(From New York, U.S.)

-------------

Wish you a great business journey!
Thanks and best regards,
Michelle(China Interpreter)
Mobile phone: 0086 15818685956
Email:chinainterpretermichelle@gmail.com
MSN: smartrans2008@hotmail.com
http://www.chinainterpretermichelle.com
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Re: Find interpreter in China for free(86-15818685956

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China travel tips

Climate and Clothing

What to wear while traveling to China? It depends on where and when you are in China.

China is a large country with various climates. In general, the summers are hot and humid, and the winters windy and cold.

Doing business in China? Having a basic understanding of Chinese business culture and etiquette will definitely helps a lot. The following tips may help you succeed.

Guanxi (relationships between people)

Guanxi is what glues Chinese people together in their social life. For Chinese, if you have a good guanxi (personal relationship) with him or her, everything becomes easy to do. It’s also true to Chinese companies. Therefore, if you want to sell products to Chinese companies, you must establish a good personal relationship with your target company’s purchasing manager.

Compared with people from America and Europe, Chinese people are more emotional. In a way, They will decide a business deal based on how much your personal relationship with them. A good personal relationship also means a kind of trust from Chinese to you.

There are many ways to develop a good relationship with your Chinese business partner. The typical way is to invite him or her to have dinner.

The eating and drinking is an important communicating medium in China and is often used by Chinese themselves, especially when they want to establish or develop a good relationship with a business partner, a local influential official and so on.

When eating, you may talk about business, but your emphasis should be on some light topics, like your family, your hobbies, your aspirations, etc. Just treat your guest like a friend rather than a business partner, and in this way, your guest feel that you are close to him or her, you are as sincere as a friend, gradually, he or she will trust you and develop a good personal relation with you, then, it’s much easier to talk business deals with him or her.

While eating with your Chinese business partner, drinking and toasting is a must. To learn the subtle details, you may need to hire a Chinese interpreter to help.(Chinese interpreter can also be hired from a Chinese translation company or any agency that offers Chinese translation service).

In conclusion, Chinese people base their business relationships on trust and honesty, like to mix business with social life, appreciate modesty and respect for the elderly and those with higher social position and titles.

This is Michelle and I have been working as English to Chinese or vice versa interpreter and translator for 4 years and my customers come from more than 30 countries and areas, hope my professional service can make you a wonderful trip in China ! http://www.chinainterpretermichelle.com

I am very familiar with Shenzhen because I have been living in Shenzhen for 11 years and often take business trip in Guangzhou, Foshan, Dongguan, HK, Macau(hold visa and passport) Zhongshan, Shanghai, Yiwu, Ningbo etc.

Business English graduate (English Level: TEM LEVEL-8) speaking Cantonese, English and Mandarin, my hometown dialect and a little bit Japanese. My Spoken English is very fluent, own vast English vocabularies, rich experience in below mentioned products.

I know China factories and wholesale markets very well such as Electronics market in Shenzhen, shoes, watches, hand bags & bag in Guangzhou, funiture, ceramics in Foshan, lighting in Zhongshan, etc. I could guide you to the wholesale markets and factories for sourcing products with your price and high quality easily in very short time!! If you are in town on business or on holiday, I am your solution to any communication difficulties. Also available for short trips to other cities.

I am very familiar with below products:

1.ELECTRONICS PRODUCTS( Mobile phone, Computer accessory, Tablet PC, USB, MP3, Memory card, IC chips,Led, CCTV, GPS, etc)

2.CONSTRCTION MATERIAL

3.HANDBAG, BAGS, WATCHES, SHOES, ETC.

Also , I have many reliable good suppliers of other products, I may recommend the quality factory to you against your demand. I’m qualified for business negotiation interpreting, know how to arrange your travel and accommodation in China and will surely help my customer find the resources they’re looking for and attended fairs such as Canton Fair, Chinaplas Fair, Shenzhen Hi-Tech Fair, Medical Fair, China International Fair, etc. besides, i am very familar with the B2B platforms.

Sep I worked as the business interpreter to assist my client from Senegal went to the construction markets and visited serveral wedding dress shops.

Sep I worked as the business interpreter to assist my client from India to do the market research and meet Chinese suppliers of Computer accessory products in the Shenzhen Global Source Fair.

August I will work as the business interpreter to assist my client from Arab to meet Chinese suppliers of GPS products to talk about the Technical issue.

August I worked as the business interpreter to assist my client from Indian to meet Chinese suppliers of tablet PC and follow up the whole order.

August I worked as the business interpreter to assist my client from Indian to meet Chinese suppliers of keyboard of the tablet PC.

July I worked as a Conference Consecutive Interpreter to assist my Swiss client in bidding for the government's project regarding the Urban Planning and Designing.

July I worked as a business interpreter to assist my client from Malaysia in meeting Chinese suppliers of LCD.

July I worked as a business interpreter to assist my client from Indian to meet Chinese suppliers of Mobilephone.

July 11th-July 25th, I worked as a business interpreter to assist my client, Ashley from Dubai to meet Chinese suppliers of bags, shoes, etc. in Guangzhou.

July 3rd-July 5th, I worked as a business interpreter to assist Australian client to meet Chinese suppliers of gear box, GPS products in Dongguang and and as a tour guide to show him the most famous scene spot in Shenzhen-Window of the
World.I booked five-stars hotel-CROWNE PLAZA SHENZHEN for my client.

June 8th-12th, I worked as an interpreter to assist( including booking hotel, car rental) my USA clients to meet more than 10 Chinese suppliers of the Led products in Shenzhen, Dongguang, Foshan, Guangzhou and we also attended Guangzhou international lighting exhibition. We had a very nice business trip and American clients( Victor and Ted) said" Michelle you did a great job, we could not have done without you".

Testimony

Testimony I
Ms. Michelle is hard-working, knowledgeable, sourceful interpreter. She has very good topographical knowledge of Shenzhen area so any foreigner coming to Shenzhen can be assured of getting on-time and prompt service. With her down to

earth approach she also takes care of food habits, travelling habits etc of the visitor. A considerable good command over spoken English gives upper hand over the other interpreters.
SACHIN WAZE
CMD
TECHLEGAL SOLUTIONS PVT. LTD.

Testimony II
Dear Michelle,
Thank you for your time and interpreting service. As a foreigner, it's a bit hard to communicate with local folks if you don't know Mandarin, but with you it's seems like everything is so easy.
You can understand me clearly, and can negotiate with supplier in a short time without me knowing.
I definitely will recommend your service to all of my friend if they are coming to China.
Mr Iq (from Malaysia)
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Testimony III
Thanks Michelle for all you have done and we really appreciate it. You did a great job, we could not have done without you.
Ted Beckwith and Victor
Gotham Products
(From New York, U.S.)

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Wish you a great business journey!
Thanks and best regards,
Michelle(China Interpreter)
Mobile phone: 0086 15818685956
Email:chinainterpretermichelle@gmail.com
MSN: smartrans2008@hotmail.com
http://www.chinainterpretermichelle.com






China travel tips

Climate and Clothing

What to wear while traveling to China? It depends on where and when you are in China.

China is a large country with various climates. In general, the summers are hot and humid, and the winters windy and cold.


In South China, like Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Hongkong, Sanya, Xiamen, Quanzhou, Wenzhou and around, the summers are extremely hot and humid from June to September, with typhoon comes now and then. Therefore, the best time to travel to these cities are October and November. The winters in these cities are short and cool (especially for visitors from North Europe and North America ) from about January to February. During the spring from about March to April, it’s warm and has much rain.

In these cities in South China, Sporty casual wear is fine, supplemented by comfortable, study walking shoes. An umbrella, raincoat and light sweater or jacket offers enough protection, except during the cold temperatures of winter months.

In North China, like Beijing, Tianjin, Jinan, Zhengzhou, Xi’an, Huhhot, and especially the cities of northeastern part of China, like Harbin, Shenyang, Changchun, the summers are as hot as those of South China, but a little difference is that the summers from June to August are short. In contrast, the winters from about December to March are long and cold, with the temperature going down at about menus 40 degrees in the northeast part.

Therefore, if you visit these cities in winter, overcoat, thick woolen sweaters, lined coats; cap, gloves and cotton-padded shoes are required.

You may also get some suggestions from your local interpreter in Shanghai/Beijing/Guangzhou or tour guide in Guangzhou/Shanghai/Beijing, etc before your coming to China.


Doing business in China? Having a basic understanding of Chinese business culture and etiquette will definitely helps a lot. The following tips may help you succeed.

Guanxi (relationships between people)

Guanxi is what glues Chinese people together in their social life. For Chinese, if you have a good guanxi (personal relationship) with him or her, everything becomes easy to do. It’s also true to Chinese companies. Therefore, if you want to sell products to Chinese companies, you must establish a good personal relationship with your target company’s purchasing manager.

Compared with people from America and Europe, Chinese people are more emotional. In a way, They will decide a business deal based on how much your personal relationship with them. A good personal relationship also means a kind of trust from Chinese to you.

There are many ways to develop a good relationship with your Chinese business partner. The typical way is to invite him or her to have dinner.

The eating and drinking is an important communicating medium in China and is often used by Chinese themselves, especially when they want to establish or develop a good relationship with a business partner, a local influential official and so on.

When eating, you may talk about business, but your emphasis should be on some light topics, like your family, your hobbies, your aspirations, etc. Just treat your guest like a friend rather than a business partner, and in this way, your guest feel that you are close to him or her, you are as sincere as a friend, gradually, he or she will trust you and develop a good personal relation with you, then, it’s much easier to talk business deals with him or her.

While eating with your Chinese business partner, drinking and toasting is a must. To learn the subtle details, you may need to hire a Chinese interpreter to help.(Chinese interpreter can also be hired from a Chinese translation company or any agency that offers Chinese translation service).

In conclusion, Chinese people base their business relationships on trust and honesty, like to mix business with social life, appreciate modesty and respect for the elderly and those with higher social position and titles.

Business Culture/ Some Tips for Doing Business with Chinese (2)

A better understanding of the way of Chinese thinking, the way of Chinese communicating, and the way of Chinese doing business will definitely help your business negotiations go on smoothly.

Giving face or Gei Mian Zi

Mian Zi (Face) could be loosely defined as the "status" or "self-respect" in Chinese. Giving face (it means giving due respect) is a very important concept in China. You must give the appropriate respect to your Chinese business partner according to his or rank and seniority.

Basically, Chinese people are thoughtful of others, avoid confrontation, and save face on behalf of themselves and others.

For Chinese, it is the worst thing to lose face. It also accounts for that they always pay attention not to make their business partner lose face in business practice. For instance, when they disagree with you, they never say it directly. Instead, they say it in a roundabout way. So, if they say “I’ll think about it”, “I have another idea”… their words are actually graceful ways to say “No”.

Likewise, if they don’t trust you, they never show it by their expression. It’s said that Chinese are good at hiding their emotions. Also, they never say something unpleasant directly to you although you may cause him or her very angry.

When dealing with Chinese businesspersons, never prove him or her wrong nor shout at him in public, for your action would risk putting a Chinese in a situation that he might lose face.

If you do have something unpleasant to talk with your Chinese business partner, it’s advised to hire a China interpreter/translator/assistant to help conduct your topic and express your ideas in a tactful way.

In conclusion, to get a successful effect without letting a Chinese lose face, any criticism should be delivered privately and discreetly, or else, just opposite to what you wish.

Hire a Chinese interpreter to helpmore. (Chinese interpreter can also be hired from a Chinese translation company or any agency that offers Chinese translation service)

Taboo when talking with Chinese

There are some taboo areas in social conversations with the Chinese. Try to avoid these conversational topics as much as possible. Many nasty arguments as a result of these topics:

1. You must not mention that Taiwan is an independent state or a country.
2. You can condemn Mao Tse Tung but avoid criticizing Deng Hsiao Ping or Zhou En Lai.


Climate and Clothing in China

What to wear while traveling to China? It depends on where and when you are in China.

China is a large country with various climates. In general, the summers are hot and humid, and the winters windy and cold.

In South China, like Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Hongkong, Sanya, Xiamen, Quanzhou, Wenzhou and around, the summers are extremely hot and humid from June to September, with typhoon comes now and then. Therefore, the best time to travel to these cities are October and November. The winters in these cities are short and cool (especially for visitors from North Europe and North America ) from about January to February. During the spring from about March to April, it’s warm and has much rain.

In these cities in South China, Sporty casual wear is fine, supplemented by comfortable, study walking shoes. An umbrella, raincoat and light sweater or jacket offers enough protection, except during the cold temperatures of winter months.

In North China, like Beijing, Tianjin, Jinan, Zhengzhou, Xi’an, Huhhot, and especially the cities of northeastern part of China, like Harbin, Shenyang, Changchun, the summers are as hot as those of South China, but a little difference is that the summers from June to August are short. In contrast, the winters from about December to March are long and cold, with the temperature going down at about menus 40 degrees in the northeast part.

Therefore, if you visit these cities in winter, overcoat, thick woolen sweaters, lined coats; cap, gloves and cotton-padded shoes are required.

You may also get some suggestions from your local interpreter in Shanghai/Beijing/Guangzhou or tour guide in Guangzhou/Shanghai/Beijing, etc before your coming to China.
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