How did Chinese people get all that bling? How did China go from a country of bicycles to a country of BMWs and Ferraris? And why do Chinese people seem so successful in business even outside Asia?
The answers aren't often discussed in an honest and practical way. Chinese people will tell you that they're ''smart'' or ''hardworking'' or ''lucky,'' while outsiders will tell you that it must be some kind of Asian mystery.
Find out why Chinese bosses hate hiring Chinese employees, why China's technically competent factories turn out shoddy products, and how it is that poor Chinese immigrants tend to do better in their new countries than most other immigrants.
Angelina Zhang was born in China, educated in business and finance, and now lives in New York City. In this book, she explains the details of Chinese money and business culture, including how you can emulate Chinese business principles and how you can succeed when competing with China.