Whether in a social or work setting, expats in China often find themselves awkwardly thrown together with a group of locals and at a loss as to how to build camaraderie. In many cases, our Chinese counterparts are just as unsure or nervous as we are about starting up a conversation. Tried and tested ice breakers, therefore, are a great thing to have in the back pocket. Anything from chatting about Chinese literature, to rolling out a bit of local dialect, to eating something weird can earn you respect and relieve the tension. Here are six ice breakers that expat... Read More>>