Get The Most Out of Your China Internship
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  • The first online course of its kind targeting interns coming to China
  • Do's and don'ts to make your China internship a success
  • 27 HD/SD videos + downloadable slides
  • Unlimited access anytime, anywhere, on any device
  • Mary Rezek is the Founder & Principal Consultant of Saatori, with 20+ years of leadership development and corporate expertise in China and beyond
  • 7 day money back guarantee

Course Overview


  • Prove yourself during your China internship
  • Learn the Do's and the Don'ts 
  • Optimize your exit

‘’Top multinational companies executives in China have shared with me insights about successful interns and those they chose not to hire.’’

- Mary Rezek, Principal of Saatori

An internship can be a great opportunity to start your career and, if done in China, could become one of the most formative experiences of your life. It’ll surely help your resume stand out.  

Yet if you are new to China, you don't know what you don't know. You’ll be operating in an unfamiliar environment which will be quite challenging at times. How to best prepare, then? How to avoid rookie mistakes and make the best impression with your line manager and Chinese peers? What's so peculiar about China? How to maximize your chances of success?

Mary Rezek, drawing on more than 20 years of experience advising top international executives and managers in China - many of them having hired international interns - offers you a framework to put your best foot forward and show your value. She shares insights and practical tips in this course to help you get the most out of your first professional experience in China. 


We offer a 7-day money back guarantee on this course - no questions asked.

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1 Starting Your Internship
Video course icon Welcome to China
Video course icon Be Clear About Your Goals
Video course icon Your First Day: What to Expect, What to Do
2 Showing The Right Attitude and Mindset
Video course icon It's (Almost) All About Attitude and Mindset
Video course icon Fresh Start, Act the Right Way
Video course icon Say Yes to Work
3 Working With Your Manager and Peers
Video course icon Your Ecosystem: Your Manager and Peers
Video course icon Engaging Your Manager
Video course icon Engaging Your (Chinese) Peers
4 Managing The Perception Others Will Have of You
Video course icon The Work Side
Video course icon The Social Side
5 Solving Problems, Dealing with Mistakes
Video course icon Dealing With Mistakes
Video course icon Receiving Feedback
Video course icon The Golden Rule
6 Getting a Feel for Important China Peculiarities
Video course icon Introduction
Video course icon The Concept of 'guānxì '(关系)
Video course icon The Concept of 'face' (miànzi, 面子)
Video course icon Management Style, East and West
Video course icon Speed of Change
Video course icon Indirect vs. Direct Communication
Video course icon Committing to Something
Video course icon Was that a 'Yes' or a 'No'?
Video course icon Meetings Spoken in Chinese
Video course icon Volume & Noise Levels
7 Managing Your Exit
Video course icon Your Optimal Exit
Video course icon Final Thoughts
Video course icon Virtual Q&A with Mary Rezek

1 Review

Julie-Anne Farley
This course was very helpful. I believe the speaker is fully qualified and delivers excellent tips and tools for new interns arriving to China. The course is very well organized and the clips are short. I have really enjoyed it!
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