(Chinese for International Affairs and Business). The course grounds students in real-world applications of political, economic and business/marketing concepts and terminology. The goal of this course is to develop students' Chinese language skills in a communicative political and business context while being aware of Chinese socio-cultural issues. It includes a concurrent emphasis on business terminology, conducting business negotiations, reading newspapers, magazines, and other business-related documents, discussing news and current events, and understanding economic trends and situations in modern China. Particularly recommended for students who are thinking of careers in economics, business, politics, and international relations. Prerequisite: CHIN 212 or equivalent.