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ID: 2869 Upper Intermediate
If you're looking for a job in China, it's a good idea to prepare some typical questions you might get asked. It is slightly different in China because the self-introduction letter written by locals often contains a detailed history of not only themselves, work experience, and hobbies, but also their family and where they grew up. Today's lesson is a great template to follow and a good way to prepare for a job interview at a traditional firm. Photo by Flazingo Photos
Fri Apr 08 2016 | Constance Fang, Fiona Tian
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|剑桥大学||jiànqiáo dàxué||Cambridge University|
wǒ jiào Chén Lí ，èrlínglíngbā nián zì Yīngguó jiànqiáo dàxué wàijiāoxué xì bìyè bìng qǔdé shuòshì xuéwèi 。
I'm Chen Li, I graduated with a master's degree from the diplomacy department of Cambridge University in 2008.
wǒ de gōngzuò tàidu nǔlì jìnqǔ 、lè yú xuéxí 。
I am diligent, ambitious and eager to learn new things when it comes to work.
yóuyú fùzérèn jí xìxīn de gèxìng ，bùjǐn ràng wǒ shùnlì kèfú qiúxué shí yùdào de kùnnan ，yě zhǎnxiàn zài gōngzuò chéngxiào shàng 。guòqù de gōngzuò jīngyàn bāokuò liúyīng shíqī de zhùjiāo gōngzuò ，wǒ yě céng zài yī jiā Yīngwén bàoshè cóngshì jìzhě gōngzuò 。
My responsible and meticulous nature allowed me to overcome difficulties I encountered in my studies, as well as making me more effective in my work. I have previous work experience including as a TA while I was studying abroad in the UK and I also worked as a journalist for an English-language paper.
wǒ rènwéi wǒ de xiétiáo nénglì guòrén ，èr líng líng liù nián shí céng yú wàijiāobù jǔbàn de 【yàtài qíngshì yántǎohuì 】dānrèn jiēdài gōngzuò ，yú huì qián yòng Yīngwén yǔ hǎiwài xiāngguān rénshì gōutōng ，huìyì quánchéng xiézhù zhǔbàndānwèi xiétiáo ，yántǎohuì zuìhòu yuánmǎn luòmù ，wǒ yě huòdé zhǎngguān jígāo de píngjià 。
I think my ability to coordinate makes me stand out. In 2006 I worked at the reception desk for the "Asia Pacific Affairs Forum" hosted by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, using English to communicate with foreign attendees just before the forum. I also helped the hosts throughout with coordinating the event and when the forum came to a satisfactory end I was commended by senior officials.
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