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Tri-State CACS 2016 Symposium

Are you attending the Tri-State Chinese American Chemical Society (CACS) 2016 Symposium this Saturday, June 18th at Rutgers University? Come to my presentation “Polishing your Speaking Skills with Accent Reduction” and learn tips and tricks for accent reduction! Hope to … Continue reading

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SAPA 2016 Career Development Workshop

Come join our workshop! Enhancing Cultural Fluency and Becoming a Better Communicator Saturday, June 4, 2016 at Rutgers University, 675 Hoes Lane, West Piscataway, NJ 08854 This session will help students, employees, and managers communicate appropriately and deal effectively with … Continue reading

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Pronunciation Errors for Chinese Speakers

When speaking in a second language, people will use the structures and style of their native language.  This is called first language transfer, or L1 transfer.  L1 transfer can affect one’s pronunciation, grammar, spelling, word choice, and communication style. To … Continue reading

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Who Is Responsible For The Message?

Good communication is a culturally-bound concept. What is appropriate and effective in one culture may not be so in another. However, regardless of culture, all communication carries a message. But who is responsible for making sure that message gets transmitted? … Continue reading

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