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» Common Mistakes in Translating from Chinese into English
By Giovanni Valenti | Published 10/5/2006 | Translator Education | Recommendation:
Common Mistakes in Translating from Chinese into English
» Win Win Communication
By Giovanni Valenti | Published 10/15/2006 | Miscellaneous | Recommendation:
Often we forget that there are win-win outcomes because we are taught that we must compete, crush the enemy, make our point, etc“although lose-lose problem solving is so discouraging that it is hard to imagine how anyone could willingly use it (Looking Out Looking In, Page 394 ).” The simple fact is that win-win does take some commitment and a lot of objectivity.
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