October 31, 2013
If it hasn’t happened yet, then one day, you may come to work and find China in your inbox.
“Yikes” and “Ni hao” (Chinese for hello) are possible initial responses. Then, like increasing numbers of communicators, you’ll need to get to work on a China-related project or issue. Fortunately, keeping some best practices in mind will help you get off to a good start.
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