Twenty years ago when our team first began our careers as a venture capitalists and startup advisers, expanding into Asia was a luxury. Most entrepreneurs started here, conquered the U. Today, that path is dramatically different.
Do you tackle problems with colleagues, partners, and customers head-on? In much of the West, it is considered maddeningly inefficient to talk around an issue, whereas East Asians tend to view direct confrontation as immature and unnecessary. That difference amounts to a frustrating cultural divide in how people solve problems at work.
How often have you traveled to a foreign country and found yourself baffled by all the new, and seemingly alien, customs and traditions? Well, this article aims to uncover some of those mysteries and shed light on Asian culture. Different ideologies, philosophies and religions have shaped the cultures in Asian countries for thousands of years.
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Due to the historical and contemporary perception in Mexican society of what constitutes Asian culture, this article focuses on Mexicans of EastSouth and Southeast Asian descent. During those two and a half centuries, many Filipinos, Mexicans and others sailed to and from Mexico and the Philippines as sailors, crews, slaves, prisoners, adventurers and soldiers. Also on these voyages, thousands of Asian individuals mostly males were brought to Mexico as slaves and were called chinos or indios chinos which meant Chinese.
This is the first article in our series, Australian Cities in the Asian Century. These articles draw on researchjust published in a special issue of Geographical Research, into how Australian cities are being influenced by the rise of China and associated flows of people, ideas and capital between China and Australia. Australian cities need to adapt to this new geopolitical reality.
As the economy has become more global, business leaders have needed to learn how to manage employees from cultures different from their own. It can be quite a challenging task. An employee initiative that goes fantastically in America could completely backfire in France.
When Jennifer Ng, who immigrated from Hong Kong as a child, was growing up in Manhattan, she said she believed she would never meet the expectations of her parents or society. Her parents expected her to study hard, choose a safe, lucrative career, stay near Chinatown, marry and take care of the family. Society, she said, type-cast her as passive and industrious.
We're Growing! InChicago industrialist Avery Brundage agreed to donate the first part of his vast collection of Asian art to San Francisco on the condition that the city build a new museum to house it. Completed inthe new facility opened on June 11,in a space constructed as a wing of the M.
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