Shakespeare once asked, “What’s in a name?” Well, a lot! A person’s name is their identity; it defines who they are and lets the world recognize them as unique individuals.
Chinese names are notoriously difficult to pronounce. Most people never really get the pronunciation right. This leads to a roadblock in communication, especially in the case of professional associations.
Keeping this in mind, The Oriental Dialogue (India’s premier Chinese language institution) has come up with the “Chinese Name Pronunciation Workshop” for entrepreneurs, professionals and businesspersons.
This workshop is scheduled to take place on the 22nd of November, 2019 at MCCIA, Senapati Bapat Road, Pune from 5 pm to 7 pm at a nominal fee of Rs. 800 only.
The primary purpose of the Chinese Name Pronunciation Workshop is to help you in understanding the structure of the Chinese name and how to pronounce common names. We will also be explaining why Chinese people take on English names (Jack Ma, Bruce Lee, Jackie Chan etc.)
Apart from names, we will be diving into Chinese business etiquettes and protocols to be followed during your interactions with them. You will be learning simple greetings and responses in Chinese at this power-packed workshop.
Our workshop is designed to give you a head-start when dealing with Chinese professionals in India or abroad. We believe that these fundamental tips could help you in bonding better with Chinese colleagues or business associates. Your interactions will be positive and much more productive!
Get in touch with The Oriental Dialogue for registrations NOW!