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A Business Lunch Invitation Intermediate

A Business Lunch Invitation
Jenny, John
eating, culture, business
inviting, explaining, discussing
对 (duì), change of state

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    It's pretty widely known that the Chinese like to get to know each other over the dinner table, and even make deals over meals. Not every meal is going to be a profitable venture, however, which raises the question of when it's appropriate to treat your client to a meal. In this Chinese lesson, some co-workers tackle the age-old question of "to qing or not to qing."

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