Chinese Conflict Management and Resolution : Overview and Implications

  title={Chinese Conflict Management and Resolution : Overview and Implications},
  author={Guo-ming Chen and William J. Starosta},
Two main trends have hastened the need for the world to understand the communication of people from the Chinese diaspora. First, with their large population and the rapid development of their economies in the last two decades, the Chinese people in the mainland, in Taiwan, in Hong Kong, and elsewhere overseas have gradually formed a powerful network that affects almost every aspect of world affairs. Second, as the world is moving toward a global community, mutual understanding among people of… CONTINUE READING
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