Culture Shock


The beliefs, values and ways of thinking including social norms, social structure & classes, social priorities, history, philosophy, religions, political, economic & legal structures, education and media are all components of culture that you experience living in China. Adapting to this new culture requires effort and flexibility and the process of adaptation is sometimes called 'culture shock'.

This video clearly explains what culture is, why it's challenging to live in China with this new culture, how issues often manifests and what you can do to adapt and thrive.


Culture Shock

Applicable to: Business / Government
Duration: 6 minutes 15 seconds
Key Points Covered: 18
Equivalent : 2 hours classroom training