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Business Chinese

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A collection of vocabulary, readings, and references for learning and practicing Chinese business language and culture.
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Material Type: Collection
Technical Format: Website
Date Added to MERLOT: December 22, 2000
Date Modified in MERLOT: June 17, 2015
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Send email to audryli@usc.edu
Submitter: Kylie Hsu

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Primary Audience: College Upper Division, Professional, Graduate School
Mobile Platforms: Not specified at this time
Language: Chinese, English
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Avatar for Kylie Hsu
17 years ago

Kylie Hsu (Faculty)

This is one of the language learning modules in the USC Chinese Language
Program's "Treasure Box" site. The main page of this module consists of many
links. The first three links take the user to Business Vocabulary, Business
Phrases, and Business Documents. The Business Documents site provides useful
samples of resume, letters on merchandize inquiry, credit check, insurance, etc.
The rest of the links on the main page of the module are external links. They
take the user to various Chinese business/commercial web sites in China, Hong
Kong, and Taiwan.

Technical Remarks:

Applications such as NJS, AsiaSurf, or an advanced version of Internet Explorer
is needed to read Chinese characters encoded in Big5 (traditional characters) or
GB (simplified characters).