It makes no difference if we do business in New York or Pekin. Real money is what counts at the end of each day. However, it is worth pointing some differences up, in particular, on the legal and cultural level. Being in the USA many times, I have learned that the most important is an agreement and each its aspect actually, and to business matters, which means, money, the parties come very quickly. Feedback in the USA comes very quickly and directly. To say it simply: if a product is a dead duck, we will know it very quickly, and, what’s more, we should be grateful that somebody was frank with us. It is not like that in China. Every interviewed person clearly emphasizes this, in particular Krzysztof Domarecki. Custom and a sense of propriety don’t allow to ask direct questions and, the same, expect unequivocal answers, especially at the very beginning of business meetings. When somebody presents us their product or idea, one shouldn’t ask them questions, because it can be taken as rude. Relations of company chiefs are very important as well as some kind of familiarity, even on a private level. Such a bond is much more important than a contract. The same refers to gifts that must be handed in after a dinner together. Here it’s worth mentioning that the Chinese culture is a culture of symbols. The gift and its meaning are significant. For example, a clock can be some kind of misunderstanding and impoliteness because a clock denotes the time running to death. I don’t have to add how unlucky such a gift is.