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When choosing a gift from your home country for a Chinese person good options to consider include:
Anything from your home country with a good story & of significance is usually well received.
When choosing a gift for a Chinese person, avoid:
Clocks, White Chrysanthemums and green hats all have unfortunate associations & should be avoided.
The item itself is all that’s important, not how it’s wrapped, where you got it or what it’s significance is.
The more thought you’ve put into the gift, how it is significant and how well presented are all important in China
When packaging a gift for presentation to a Chinese person try:
When packaging a gift for presentation to a Chinese person try to ensure it’s not black and white (at least a bit colourful), easy to open (not wrapped in sealed paper), or pre-packaged for gifting.
When formally presenting gifts to Chinese associates try:
All of these actions are ‘norms’ in Chinese society & if you don’t do them it will appear you do not consider the gift(s) or the people you are giving them to important.