Cowboys and Dragons: Shattering Cultural Myths to Advance Chinese/American Business.

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Dearborn Trade Pub., Feb 13, 2003 - Business & Economics - 235 pages
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Annotation Every business with an interest in the world's largestuntapped customer base - China - needs to understand theunique commercial practices and social and culturalvalues of the Chinese. In Cowboys and Dragons authorCharles Lee, Ph. D., a thoroughly bicultural Chinese-American businessman and successful venture capitalist, shares his decades of experience to help businessesbridge the cultural gaps that can make or break abusiness deal. Lively discussions compare differences inEast and West on a wide range of topics - profit, competition, contracts, conflict of interest andorganizational structures, among many subjects. Alsoincludes a brief appendix with quick tips on do's anddon'ts for many common daily activities in China thatwill street a novice from committing clumsy socialgaffes.

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