Looking to enlarge your network in China? You're in for a treat! We've got six out-of-the-ordinary tips that will take you on a new and exciting journey! The key to a thriving career in China is building a large network of contacts, or guanxi, but merely attending networking events won't cut it. Brace yourself for some unconventional ways to expand your network in China! Starting with number one...

Sign up to job sites and online professional communities

So, stay ahead of the game and make sure you're on all the right websites. And if you're specifically looking for work in China, check out Find Work Abroad, a job site that specializes in connecting foreigners with job opportunities in China, Thailand, South Korea, Hong Kong, Macau, and Southeast Asia.

Attend language exchange events and strike up conversations with locals who are interested in learning your language. Not only will you be able to practice your language skills, but you'll also be able to make new connections.

Find a cause that you're passionate about and volunteer your time. You'll meet like-minded individuals and make connections that could lead to future opportunities. 

Whether you're into hiking, cooking, or photography, there's a group out there for you. And who knows, maybe someone in your hobby group will be able to help you out professionally as well.

Your colleagues, friends, and acquaintances might not have crossed paths before, but a dinner party is the perfect opportunity for them to meet and potentially make valuable connections.

Plus, you'll be able to stay up-to-date on the latest trends and developments in your industry.salad dressing! Okay, maybe that wasn't the best joke, but hopefully, these tips will help you expand your network and find your next big opportunity. And remember, if you're specifically looking for work in China, be sure to check out Find Work Abroad.

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