Chengdu, China, January 25, 2012 --(PR.com
)-- Everybody who is interested in working in China now has a resource to make their life easier. Knowledge Must is announcing the publication of its new guide book "Work in China - A Guide by Knowledge Must," which is available for free download from its website at www.knowledge-must.com/guidebooks. This new in-depth resource features authoritative information on all important aspects of working as a foreigner in China.
In this time of increasingly competitive labour markets, people all around the world look for challenging job opportunities beyond their home countries. China has emerged as one of the cultural and economic hotspots of the 21st century, and has developed into a major competence centre in many sectors and industries.
"I decided to study international relations," says 24 year old holder of a Masters degree Noemie Lataud, "and I’ve chosen to focus on Chinese language. As a booming economy and changing society, China offers great opportunities to jump-start a career and come back to France with highly valued experience after working in China. I face personal and professional challenges every day while living in China because people and customs offer me so many new and rich experiences over here. This guide book will help me to even more deeply understand how I should prepare my future days in China!"
Knowledge Must invites students as well as professionals to experience one of the most captivating societies in the world and witness one of the oldest, and at the same time most forward-looking, cultures. "In China you can find an increasing amount of outstanding employment opportunities. In order to achieve professional as well as personal satisfaction though, one really needs to prepare for immersing oneself in the complex cultural scenario in China. Our guide book is meant for assisting people in that process," states Daniel Ratheiser, Managing Director of Knowledge Must.
In addition to offering career guidance and showing up opportunities, this guide features valuable insights ranging from logistics such as visa procedures and accommodation arrangements to cultural background information and inspiration for how to spend one's leisure time. This publication guides readers to a deeply satisfying experience when coming to China for work.
Format: This guide comes as a 158 page A4 PDF (Acrobat Reader required).
Pricing: It is available to you for free for individual, non-commercial usage.
Availability: Download your copy of "Work in China - A Guide by Knowledge Must" at www.knowledge-must.com/guidebooks. You are even allowed to copy and share this guide with others.
Objectives of this Guide
Publishing the guide "Work in China," Knowledge Must once more underscores its commitment to contribute decisively to India's and China's intercultural relations, the focus of its work. Knowledge Must’s mission is to help bring about a world where people value cultures different from their own, communicate more effectively across cultural boundaries, and are empowered to effect positive change. The Knowledge Must Team sees the world not only as it is, but as it could be, and sees itself as agents of change in that process. This guide is meant to foster cultural exchange between China and other cultures, and contribute to a world based on inclusion and mutual respect.
About Knowledge Must
From its locations in India and China, Knowledge Must assists students, professionals, and organisations to successfully cross cultural boundaries. The organisation features five divisions: Career Must, Language Must, Training Must, Travel Must, and Culture Must, each of them targeted to a specific challenge when moving from one culture to another. Integrated Solutions combine all services into comprehensive packages that are completely customised according to clients' individual needs. Starting with career counselling, Knowledge Must offers study, internship, volunteer and work experiences, language immersion, culture-specific and process-oriented training, individualised travel arrangements, and intercultural events, in order to fully equip clients to work more effectively across the diversity of Indian and Chinese cultures.
For more information please visit www.knowledge-must.com and contact Mr. Daniel Ratheiser at firstname.lastname@example.org or via phone: +86-(0)28-62023260.