Business Chinese Writing Workshop
China is the world’s second-largest economy with its population, market, industries, and trade booming. Working in Singapore we can’t avoid the opportunities to do business with China or work for the companies that have close contact with Chinese business partners. These factors make business Chinese writing a key component in our daily work for business correspondence, contract writing, etc.
Aim of this Course:
Linda Mandarin offers a one-day workshop conducted in Mandarin, to help you build up the foundation in business Chinese communicative writing from both grammatical and stylistic points. You will learn both the format of proper business Chinese writing and relevant vocabulary to use for related issues. In addition, this workshop will teach you how to improve the elements of your writing style that help to present yourself favourably in the eyes of your business contacts.
You will also be learning how to write formal business invitations, quotations, negotiations and contracts. In just 8 hours, you will have greater ability and confidence in writing Chinese for the business colleagues, counterpart and customers.
Participants are encouraged to bring your laptop so that you can learn the typing of Chinese Pinyin skills to complete the business Chinese writing workshop. Free advance mobile apps and new computer software will be introduced to participants so that they can bring these back to their work place or home to continue practicing this Chinese writing skills.
ONE Day Business Chinese Writing Workshop
|Date:||Every 3rd Wednesday of the Month from 9 am to 6pm|
|2016 Start dates:||18 Jan 2017 | 15 Feb 2017 | 15 Mar 2017 | 19 Apr 2017 | 24 May 2017 | 21 Jun 2017|
|Venue:||137 Cecil Street #07-04 Hengda Building Singapore 069537|
|Course fee:||$450.00 per person including materials fee|
|9.00am||Introduction to business Chinese writing|
|10.00am||Basic format of business writing – official emails & letters|
|11.00am||Practice Chinese writing|
|1.30pm||Preparing formal invitation letters|
|2.30pm||Business Chinese Presentations skills|
|3.20pm||Formal business Chinese quotation, negotiation and contracts|
|4.30pm||Product or service introduction|
|6.00pm||End of workshop survey|