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  • Events | 21 March, 2012 (20:24)

    Etiquette in China: How to Behave, Now That We’re Rich

    No other country has gone through the leap to prosperity that China has over the past thirty years. With modes of behaviour becoming blurred and options endless for China’s new rich, it’s not surprising that many of them are seeking new guides to tell them how to behave with the westernised global elite they seek to join.

    Sara Jane Ho, founder and principal of China’s first high-end finishing school, Institute Sarita, tells you what her students really want when they come to learn etiquette.

    DATE: Apr 10 (Wednesday)
    TIME: 1:30-3pm
    VENUE: Embassy of Switzerland, 3号 Sanlitun East 5th Street
    ENTRANCE: free to FCCC members, 80 RMB on the door to non-members
    REGISTRATION: email fcccadmin@gmail.com so we know numbers and for security clearance

    Sara Jane Ho is the founder and principal of Institute Sarita. A native of Hong Kong, Ms. Ho left at an early age to attend Phillips Exeter Academy, a boarding school in USA. She holds a BA degree in English Literature and Government from Georgetown University and an MBA from Harvard Business School. Ms. Ho holds a diploma in International Etiquette & Protocol from Institut Villa Pierrefeu, a traditional finishing school in Switzerland.