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Look professional?

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Graduated from school, you will find that no many work need dress so official.
Chinese Paintings: http://www.artisoo.com/chinese-painting-c-218.html

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just in that year,we are graduated.

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This post was edited by WhiteBear at 2013-4-26 11:49
DSseeing Post time: 2013-4-25 10:56
Zhao Changan, Chinese painting major from Qingdao University of Science and Technology

this looks ridiculous - professional artist/painter in the suit?! :)

"Chinese painting" (please correct me if I'm wrong) is traditional art, so maybe traditional clotches would be better? ...

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WhiteBear Post time: 2013-4-26 11:46
this looks ridiculous - professional artist/painter in the suit?! :)

"Chinese painting" (please co ...

You're right. I translated it wrongly
Life is what you make of it

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ChinaLike Post time: 2013-4-26 10:39
Graduated from school, you will find that no many work need dress so official.



yes, waiting for a "suit & tie" job just after graduation... may last very, very, very long...
this is one of the employment market's problems in China - young people are "picky" and overestimate own value on the job market

yes, there are good "white collar" jobs... but graduating students are much, much more

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BTW

in most of Chinese companies there is no need to wear official clothes, casual with a clean shirt is usually OK even for management positions

when I first came to China few years ago I was surprised, that t-shirt is OK to make business :)

maybe in big cities, financial companies etc., formal clothes are more important. however I dare say, that 95% of places don't require it.

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