Tips For Working In China & Japan

Niels Duinker shares a tip for anyone working in China, Japan or any country where they do not speak the language.

Tom’s Note:

Language barriers can cause problems. When I worked at resorts in Mexico, the audiences spoke English, but many of the people I came into contact with on a daily basis did not. I tried to learn Spanish and purchased Rosetta Stone Spanish (Latin America) Level 1. (This link is to Level 1 – I purchased three levels.)

Unfortunately, I had real issues learning and never developed enough to help me. That is when I turned to the Franklin 14 Language Speaking Global Translator with Visual Dictionary. Today I use an app on my cell phone.

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