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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.

December Final Payment Discount!

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CRCC Asia is currently running a final payment discount to anyone from the European market or the Americas! This discount is on offer to current sign-ups who pay their final payment in December, or to successful applicants who pay their full program fee in December.Final Payment DiscountUS: $150 USD off final program fee.CANADA: $180 CAD off final program fee.UK: £100 off final program fee.Europe: €125 off final program fee.This offer is available on any of our 2015 programs. Please contact your local regional office to find out more.Invest In Your Future, Apply Now!*Please note this discount does not apply to all regions, the Asia Pacific fin... Continue reading

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CRCC Asia Featured on StudentAwards

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CRCC Asia has been featured on the StudentAwards website, a leading Canadian service for students who wish to research various financial assistance packages available to them. As part of the article our colleague Tiffany provides three tips we would give to all current university students to help them diversify their application to become a globally minded student.Here is the first tip we recommended:1. Take a gap year to travel/work Many people after high school and/or after some form of higher education are unsure of what they want to do or study. Why not take a year off to discover how big the world is? Funding may be an issue, but there are always many ways around this. Like the... Continue reading

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Top 5 Tips for Learning Chinese

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These days, Chinese is spoken by almost 2 billion people around the world, yet it still proves to be one of the hardest languages to master. Though the majority are native speakers from China, Taiwan, Singapore, and Malaysia, the amount of American university students that are enrolled in Chinese language classes has doubled since 1998. As the leading provider of Internships in China, CRCC Asia has summarized the top 5 tips for learning Chinese from our staff and interns all around the world. Learn Mandarin Although many of China’s regions share the same written language, there are hundreds of dialects spoken in different regions of China. The two major ones are Mandarin and Cantonese. C... Continue reading

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CRCC Asia Director Interviewed for APEC/International Education Week

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This week Company Director Daniel Nivern was interviewed by the APEC Human Resources Development Working Group for International Education Week 2014. As one of our co-founders Daniel took the opportunity to talk about the motivations behind creating CRCC Asia and why the Asia Pacific region specifically is such a worthwhile destination for today's student who wish to maximize future career benefit.Interviewed as part of the Asia Pacific Economic Conference taking place this year in Beijing, the conference is primarily an economic forum that seeks to promote free-trade and economic cooperation across 21-member countries within the Pacific Rim. Education is a main topic of discussion for t... Continue reading

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Why China’s involvement in this year’s Climate Talks is game-changing

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In recent years, the word 'China' has become synonymous with 'pollution'. Images of smoggy cities and mask-clad masses are the norm. While China's pollution is widely renowned, the stereotype may, in the coming years, become a notion of the past.During a joint press conference last month held in Beijing, China's President Xi Jinping and America's President Obama announced a major climate-change agreement. Both countries made declarations to cut their carbon emissions. The U.S. has vowed to cut its carbon emissions by 26%-28% from 2005 levels, by the year 2025. Furthermore, China has agreed to top out its carbon emissions by the year 2030[1].By 2030, China has stated that it will gene... Continue reading

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Say goodbye to the decades-old one-child policy

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Even if you may not be politically savvy, you would be aware of the biggest and the most highly populated country in the world, China, and its renowned policy that allows you to have only one child.China’s well-known one-child policy, also known as the family planning policy (计划生育政策), was first introduced in 1979, shaping a generation and the culture in Chinese history. Primarily introduced to manage the already large population, the family planning policy has in fact brought an array of vast economic growth as well as some disproportion in the country, denoting the underlying preference for male in Chinese society.The government forecast 30 million eligible bachelors t... Continue reading

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CRCC Asia Featured in The Pie

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CRCC Asia alum have recently been featured in The Pie, a leading international education blog, following their experiences in China through our China Internship Programs: Interning abroad: don't overlook the BRICS.The article follows CRCC Asia alum Shuwen Zhang, a Chinese national originally from Shanghai who now a full-time student at NYU chose to return back to Shanghai this summer. Melusine Boon Falleur, a UPenn student spoke about her internship experience in Beijing contributing to Beijing's Annual Design Week. Marie Lefebvre is a recent graduate from UC Berkeley currently interning at CRCC Asia in San Francisco. She returned to the US in July from a year abroad in Brazil, where s... Continue reading

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CRCC Asia Now in Ireland!

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CRCC Asia is excited to further our commitment and engagement with the Irish market by having a full-time representative on the ground in Dublin!Our expansion into Ireland has been spearheaded by our new Ireland Marketing Associate Fiona Flanagan, a talented graduate from Dublin Institute of Technology who shares our passion for China and seeks to improve relations between Ireland and China. Please find key information about Fiona below: Fiona first joined CRCC Asia’s San Francisco team in 2013 and worked there for six months as a Business Development Manager for the US Internship Program. She returned to Ireland to complete her Bachelor of Science in Retail & Service Managem... Continue reading

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Chinese Abroad

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Thanks to robust economic growth and China’s growing middle class in the past couple years, Chinese tourists have recently been flooding the world’s traditional tourist magnets from Paris to San Francisco and everywhere in between. Chinese tourists are continuing to grow in number, and China is the largest tourism source market in the world in terms of total spending since 2012, when Chinese tourists spent a record $102 billion in international tourism. Their taste for shopping and luxury has also helped inflate the total they spend while abroad. China is even set to become the largest market for space tourism, where tickets run about $100,000 for a mere one-hour trip to go 64 miles away... Continue reading

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Why Do an Internship in China?

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As university students and graduates, have you ever thought about leaving your home country to live and work abroad? Have you ever wondered what made completing an overseas internship in China so compelling?Below are a list of 8 reasons about why you should intern in China. 1. Differentiate Your Resume From the Crowd The international work experience you gain through your China internship will become a valuable asset while job hunting and to your future career prospects.International experience in a booming economy such as China will set you apart from the majority of candidates out there, with knowledge of an important business economy. A China internship can also provide as a bas... Continue reading

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