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Nowadays, many foreigners are moving to China and settling down there. Under the background of globalization, many foreigners have entered China and become foreign immigrants in China.

When people in China were talking about "beijingers in New York" about 20 years ago, no one would have expected that people in China would be talking about "foreigners in China". Nowadays, many foreigners are moving to China and settling down there. Under the background of globalization, many foreigners have entered China and become foreign immigrants in China.
 
China's strong economic revival is not just making Chinese abroad more popular. China is now the world's third most attractive destination for migrants, after Switzerland and Singapore, and the number of foreigners moving to China is clearly on the rise, although it is tiny compared with the US figures. 
 
About 20 years ago, a foreigner doing business in China is just like a duck to water, but now, the threshold of the Chinese market is accelerating, Those who want to enter the Chinese market success is not easy. If you also happen to do business in mainland China not bilingual, it will be even tougher.
 
Now that the Chinese economy is "boiling" the world, they argue that international entrepreneurship is not for the faint-hearted, but it is a potentially rewarding venture. If you try and don't succeed, at least you'll learn something. Here are five things you should do before you start a business in China, according to the Atlantic magazine.
 
1. Doing what you are good at and familiar with will make you more successful. China has an extremely large population base and relatively scarce resources.
 
2. You need to find a trusted local partner. China is a humane society, and so are companies.It's best to work with someone from a university like Tsinghua or Peking University, or someone who has worked for Chinese Internet giants like Alibaba and Tencent, but don't assume relationship will create a successful business. Building a successful business requires technology, efficiency, predictability and quality.
 
3. You can introduce the more transparent and meritocratic European and American corporate culture into your business. The entrepreneurial atmosphere in China is quite enthusiastic, and the rigid management system and competitors' poaching will lead to high staff turnover rate.
 
4. Most Chinese are reluctant to face foreigners directly, even the most expats-friendly shanghainese. Use your expat strengths to find a soft landing, such as going to a Chinese business school that is geared to the world, or taking an entrepreneurship course tailored to international audiences.
 
5. All foreign investors should pay attention to this particular problem: you cannot sell the same goods and services in China as in your own country, so if you want to copy from scratch, I suggest you reconsider your competitive advantage