Written Communication


Chinese often find written English easier than spoken English. Also communicating with Chinese in writing has a number of advantages including allowing them time to look up or consult on anything they don't understand.

However it also has some disadvantages with no tone of voice, or body language to interpret, and certain risk aversion issues that documented communication automatically includes. Chinese know all of this and it is used & expected to be used in written communication.

This video quickly & clearly explains the norms and considerations in written communications with Chinese, specific challenges involved and how to overcome or mitigate them, how best to structure communication and ideas for making your communication clearer to ensure messages are conveyed and received for the best understanding and outcomes.

Written Communication With Chinese

Genres: China Training
Applicable to: Everyone
Key Points Covered: 14
Duration: 4 minutes 58 seconds