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Facts about China with Infographics

Every week the Gi2C Team will feature the best information and data visualization about China. We spend countless hours reading and researching China-related topics to put together the most interesting, stimulating, and mind-blowing infographics that you'll find anywhere. Please enjoy and we welcome all your shares and comments!

Infographic: The Rise and Fall of Success

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There is no shortcut to success. It is a long and arduous yet ultimately rewarding journey that requires hard work and overcoming your shortcomings.  It can also be a lonely journey as those around you look for the easy way out and may cheat their way to the top. However, cheaters eventually are caught and will quickly fall back to the bottom. All cheaters lack the exact characteristics which will help you not only get to the top, but stay at the top. These traits which bring about guaranteed success are also evident in various countries.

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Infographic: The Internship Boom of China

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We are currently in one most competitive job markets of recent history. Regardless of university name or field of study, graduates struggle to find fulfilling and lucrative positions. In a cutthroat and hypercompetitive atmosphere, opportunities are few and far between for individuals to rise above the shoulders of other equally qualified applicants. This is where internships are so incredibly valuable for networking opportunities, real world experience, and building relevant skillsets that can be translated into a long-term career. This is also a globalized economy where the ability to navigate cultural expectations while working in a diverse environment are critical to success. 

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Infographic: The Importance Of Mandarin

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The growth of Mandarin as a language of international note and importance has grown within the last decade mirroring the economic boom of China. As the second largest economy of the world and with one of the highest rates of growth, China is a major world player that will only continue to be more relevant and full of opportunity. China is projected to have the world’s largest economy by 2020 and as such will be an optimal choice for job expansion. Mandarin is even one of the official languages of the United Nations and is used as a language of trade and business. 

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