At the Asian Financial Forum in Hong Kong yesterday, I saw a Western gentleman shaking his head while muttering some likely curse word as a group of Mandarin-speaking conference attendees rushed into the elevator before he could exit.
"Welcome to China, bro," I said to myself. A few minutes before, I was next to a man sitting in a lotus position on his chair while his black leather shoes on the floor were emitting discomforting odors during a keynote session in the main conference hall.
These are the cultural differences setting China apart as a unique market place and business environment. Behind the pushing and shoving is a pervasive sense that resources are limited and everyone is fighting for survival.
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