As the Chinese economy grows, so too does its importance in the global marketplace. Effectively engaging with China's business and economy require a diverse set of skills, including a thorough understanding of Chinese history, society and culture, and how these influence contemporary business practices. This unit introduces students to Chinese social, political, legal and economic systems. It examines the business environment with a focus on developing practical skills and knowledge of Chinese business practices, including business culture and communications, business negotiation, organisational structure, and decision making. The unit focuses on providing a deeper understanding of China, taking a broader holistic view by engaging multidisciplinary expertise to further enhance graduate capabilities in working in China and/or negotiating with Chinese businesses.