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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.

CRCC Asia – China is Now 2!

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China: “Nothing is easy, but everything is possible.”On Wednesday 14 January, CRCC Asia successfully hosted the second event in our China is Now series, bringing together an expert panel and bright minds both new to and familiar with China.China is Now: Capitalising on China Business Opportunities was jointly organised with China-Britain Business Council (CBBC), with sponsorship from EY, and was held at EY London. The focus was on how ambitious students and graduates can translate work experience in China into a rewarding career.David Martin, Director at CBBC, chaired the discussion. Both David and Edward Holroyd Pearce, Director at CRCC Asia, set the scene on China as one of... Continue reading

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CRCC Asia launches China Internship Program in Hong Kong

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We are delighted to announce Hong Kong as our new internship location for 2015! This complements our existing program locations in Beijing, Shanghai and Shenzhen.With its Chinese roots, colonial connections and home-grown talent, Hong Kong is full of possibilities. Beyond the soaring skyscrapers, and the glass and the steel, over 70% of Hong Kong is mountains, sprawling country parks and surf-beaten beaches. It's also Asia’s culinary capital, offering everything from wonton noodles and freshly steamed dim sum, to Shanghainese, Vietnamese, Japanese and European cuisines.For more information about our new program location please review our Internships in Hong Kong page. Currently our... Continue reading

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2015 CRCC Asia – British Council China Disability Scholarship Program

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CRCC Asia are delighted to announce that applications for the 2015 CRCC Asia – British Council China Disability Scholarship Program are now open!CRCC Asia together with the British Council are offering 2 fully funded scholarships for academically excellent students with a disability. The selected candidates will benefit from a 2 month internship program in either Beijing or Shanghai working within the British Council carrying out a general business placement. This program is intended to offer those the chance to intern in China who previously may not have had the opportunity to do so.The scholarship includes all program benefits such as accommodation, pre departure assistance, bus... Continue reading

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CRCC Asia is pleased to announce the winners of our annual scholarship for 2015!

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We have been running our scholarship program for the past 6 years, allowing all students the opportunity to participate on our Award-winning China Internship Program. To date, CRCC Asia has granted 100 global scholarships, amounting to over $150,000. Congratulations to the winners for this year: US/Canada winners:Adreina McCullum, Morgan State University Ayat Amin, UCSD Brent Lewis, University of Florida Britney Williams, University of Florida Law School Gloria Kantungire, Princeton University Shanice Stephenson, University of WindsorUK:Remi Merchant, University of the Arts London, Wimbledon College of ArtIreland:Félim Ó Maolmhána, Maynooth University M... Continue reading

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CSR in Review: Another branding strategy or honest philanthropy?

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Over the past decade, the corporate world has been under scrutiny as a major cause of social, environmental, and economic problems. Companies are often perceived to be prospering at the expense of the wider community where in a profit driven environment, societal impact and consequences are sidelined.Particularly in China, the successful open-door policy, which has enabled the country’s strong and sustained economic growth, has had negative social and environmental consequences. Worker suicides, faulty consumer products, toxic emissions in the countryside, overworked and underpaid employees have all been major topics in the popular press. A key contributor to these preventable incide... Continue reading

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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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