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Since 2006 CRCC Asia has been working to connect China to the global community through our arrangement of Internship and Study programs in China, whilst also offering firms the opportunity to enter the Chinese market through our Consulting services. News and articles about our company achievements and developments will be included on this page.

Adjusting to Life as an Expat

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Whether you are studying, working, or interning abroad you will undoubtedly experience some type of culture shock. However, these simple and useful tips can help ease the transition of your new expatriate life.Participate in Local Events and Customs: Taking part in local street fairs, festivals, or holiday traditions is a good way to acclimate yourself to a new culture and location. Even attending a local sporting event can make you feel a connection to the local people and community of your new home.Explore Public Transportation Early and Often: The majority of expats rely on public transportation upon moving to a new country. Make sure to ride any busses or trains used on a regula... Continue reading

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How can an international internship improve your career prospects?

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In today’s increasingly competitive employment market, many students and graduates are choosing to go abroad to gain work experience through programs such as CRCC Asia’s China Internship Program.In the past study abroad has been a staple of many students’ university career, but now the trend is moving more towards work experience, with universities increasingly building internships abroad into their courses. Recognising the importance of international work experience, The British Council launched Generation UK to encourage more British students to intern abroad, including funded places through CRCC Asia.There are many reasons why internships improve career prospects, with Inspi... Continue reading

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CRCC Asia opens new office in Toronto, Canada

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Having recently attended the Global Internships Conference in Toronto in June 2014 as a Diamond Sponsor, CRCC Asia is excited to further our commitment and engagement with the Canadian region by opening an office in Toronto! Our first office in Canada, and eleventh worldwide.Our expansion into Canada has been spearheaded by our new Canada Marketing Manager Yuliya Vitsenkova, a talented graduate from Simon Fraser University who shares our passion for China and seeks to improve relations between Canada and China. Please find key information about Yuliya below: Yuliya was born in Belarus and moved to Canada at the age of 12. She grew up in Vancouver where she received a Bachelor's degree ... Continue reading

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CRCC Asia finishes our very first Webinar – “Summer Internships in China”

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As part of our general aim to increase awareness and dialogue about the benefits of completing an internship in China CRCC Asia has started a new online Webinar series, designed to allow us to engage with applicants directly regarding our programs and answer any questions you may have about the experience of completing an internship in China.We are very excited to have finished our very first Webinar, which was for the US/Canada region. The Webinar was delivered on the topic "Summer Internships in China" and was presented by our US Marketing Manager Jennie Miller.We really enjoy the opportunity to engage with applicants directly and answer the questions you have. Because we use Googl... Continue reading

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CRCC Asia – China is Now!

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CRCC Asia and the China-Britain Business Council (CBBC) successfully hosted the first China Is Now session last night. The event was held at Google Campus London and focused on Technology, Entrepreneurship and Careers in China. The expert panel was made up of Alex Guntert from Qumin, London's first Anglo-Chinese Digital Marketing Agency, Mahdi Shariff from Ernst & Young and James Kent from People's First, a specialist recruiters for Chinese speakers.Edward Holroyd Pearce, director of CRCC Asia, kick started the event by discussing the co-operation between CRCC Asia and the CBBC on the creation of China is Now. Mark Headley from CBBC introduced the speakers and chaired the session.... Continue reading

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CRCC Asia attends NAFSA and Global Internship Conference

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In May and June 2014, CRCC Asia attended and presented at the NAFSA Annual Conference in San Diego and the Global Internship Conference in Toronto.At the NAFSA conference, CRCC Asia presented and shared research on the Growing Demand for International Internships in China. This highlighted the increasing number of students looking to intern overseas, and the growing popularity and suitability of China as a location.CRCC Asia was the Diamond Sponsors of the Global Internship Conference (GIC) in Toronto, hosted by the Academic Internship Council. CRCC Asia was invited to host various sessions for some of the key leaders in higher education as below:“Maximizing Your Resources: U... Continue reading

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CRCC Asia Meets Chinese Premier

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As part of the 48 Group Club and Young Icebreakers, CRCC Asia's co-director Edward Holroyd Pearce was invited to meet Premier Li Keqiang yesterday afternoon during the Premier's first trip to Great Britain. The meeting included discussions on issues relating to contact and better relations between young people in China and UK.Chinese Premier Li Keqiang was received by the Queen on the first full day of his official visit and has been holding talks with David Cameron in Downing Street. Mr Li has said he hopes the trip will help to "change misperceptions and misgivings" about his country as well as further business and cultural ties.At the start of Mr Li's three-day visit, the H... Continue reading

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CRCC Asia welcomes hundreds to China this summer

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Continuing the trend from previous years, this summer will see our program grow as we invite our most talented, diverse and culturally minded group of interns to China yet.Over the summer months we will be allowing over 600 students and graduates to gain insight into Chinese business culture, and develop practical professional skills which they can utilize to gain high quality employment in the future.These interns are coming from all over the world to form a truly international program, including: Australia, Belgium, Brazil, Canada, China, Colombia, Germany, Greece, Italy, Lithuania, Mexico, Morocco, New Zealand, Poland, Romania, Russia, Singapore, Spain, Sweden, USA, UK, Venezuela,... Continue reading

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China: The New World Leader in Renewable Energy

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Throughout the world, China is synonymous with high population, rapid growth, and financial center of the world, economic powerhouse and pollution. However, what many individuals don’t realize is in the past decade China has become the largest investors in the renewable energy sector. In 2013, China invested $56.3 Billion, and maintaining its title as the largest investor in renewable energy, according to Global Status Report. By 2030, China will be able to produce 100% of its electricity needs by wind energy, according to a Harvard and Tsinghua University study.China is a currently experiencing a renewable energy gold rush. Many foreign owned companies are moving its operations to mai... Continue reading

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A Summer in China with CRCC Asia

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We wanted to provide potential applicants and interns who are due to participate in one of our upcoming programs with an overdue of what to expect during a typical month in China with CRCC Asia.Our programs in Beijing, Sanya, Shanghai and Shenzhen are all designed to allow you to immerse yourself within Chinese business culture and develop valuable professional skills and contacts which you can utilize to further your career in the future.Interns will participate in a number of weekly activities and events, including a KTV (Karaoke) session which is an extremely popular social past-time in Chinese culture and is a great activity to suggest to your colleagues during the first weeks of... Continue reading

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