Introduction This two-volume series is a practical learning material for students working in a Chinese working environment. Each volume has ten chapters, with a workbook attached.
Volume One aims to strengthen workplace communication with colleagues and bosses; Volume Two focuses on handling external affairs. Series consists of a wide range of topics including first day of work, company trip, marketing, customer complaint, layoff and merger and acquisition, etc.
Each volume includes a textbook, a workbook and a teacher’s manual. Each chapter contains dialogue-based question, case study, culture appreciation unit and comprehensive exercise.
Level Advanced Business Chinese is suitable for learners who have complete A Course in Contemporary Chinese Volume 4 《當代中文課程 4》 or Far East Business Chinese Volume 3《遠東商務漢語 3》. This series covers levels B2 to C1 in the CEFR, or Advanced-high in ACTFL Guidelines.
Highlights Including dialogue-based questions and case study for workplace problem solving. Including detailed explanations on useful expression. Including cultural appreciation unit based on Chinese workplace. Including a synopsis of learning and grammar focuses for each chapter.
The Mandarin Training Center (MTC) at NTNU The Mandarin Training Center (MTC) was founded in 1956. The MTC, a subsidiary of National Taiwan Normal University (NTNU), is the largest and oldest institution dedicated to teaching Chinese as a second language in Taiwan. The center has well-equipped facilities and is internationally renowned for its high teaching quality. MTC’s students come from all over the world, and many renowned sinology scholars and important figures in the politics and financial are its alumni.
第一課 自有品牌 Private Brand 第二課 叫你們經理出來 Tell Your Manager to Come Out 第三課 讓產品爆紅 Making Products Sell Well 第四課 國際展場 International Exhibition Venue 第五課 機器人的世界 The World of Robots 第六課 品質認證 Quality Certification 第七課 原物料漲價了 Raw Material Prices Have Gone Up 第八課 自己當老闆 Be Your Own Boss 第九課 實體商店的出路 A Way Out for Brick and Mortar Stores 第十課 大魚吃小魚 Big Fish Eat Small Fish