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7.00 CPE Hours (Others)
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Programme Objective

This seminar emphasizes on the classifications, characteristics and applications of the Chinese Accounting vocabulary.

Programme Outline


It covers:

  • Common English accounting terminologies translated into Chinese.
  • Learn the different structures of Chinese accounting vocabulary with Grammer structural approach like modifier; “allocater” (or verb-object); “declarative” (or subject-verb) etc.
  • Learn the difference between (a) Technical terms and (b) General words. For example: “Short” and “Sell” are general words. However, when these two words are put together - “Short Selling” becomes a technical term.
  • Demonstrate the three main characteristics of the accounting vocabulary:
  • Accounting concepts are governed by accounting words;
  • Accounting definitions and enriching remarks; and
  • Era of accounting words.
  • Describe loanwords in accounting and its characteristics. The difficulties and errors in translation will also be highlighted. For example: what is the Chinese translation for the term “Beta coefficient” found in CAPM model, which is used to measure the risk of the asset?
  • Demonstrate the accounting words used in different countries like Hongkong; Taiwan; Singapore; Malaysia and selective provinces in China etc may be different. Also, same words used in different countries may show different meanings.
  • Discuss how the Chinese Accounting words can be applied in your workplace and daliy life.
  • Discuss the ambiguity, regulations and trends of Chinese accounting vocabulary.
  • With the aid of the financial reports (in Chinese version), conduct class exercises for participants to recall and strengthen their learning outcomes in class.
  • Q&As.

For the Mandarin Programme Outline, please click here.

Training Methodology
Lecture style with exercises and discussions

Closing Date for Registration
1 week before programme or until full enrolment.

Intended For

An intermediate level seminar intended for Accounting and Finance professionals who can read basic Chinese and are interested to learn to better communicate accounting related matters in Chinese. Participants who have taken BM001: Business Mandarin for Accountants and would like to further improve their Chinese competency are encouraged to attend.

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Programme Facilitator(s)

Programme Objective

This seminar emphasizes on the classifications, characteristics and applications of the Chinese Accounting vocabulary.

Programme Outline


It covers:

  • Common English accounting terminologies translated into Chinese.
  • Learn the different structures of Chinese accounting vocabulary with Grammer structural approach like modifier; “allocater” (or verb-object); “declarative” (or subject-verb) etc.
  • Learn the difference between (a) Technical terms and (b) General words. For example: “Short” and “Sell” are general words. However, when these two words are put together - “Short Selling” becomes a technical term.
  • Demonstrate the three main characteristics of the accounting vocabulary:
  • Accounting concepts are governed by accounting words;
  • Accounting definitions and enriching remarks; and
  • Era of accounting words.
  • Describe loanwords in accounting and its characteristics. The difficulties and errors in translation will also be highlighted. For example: what is the Chinese translation for the term “Beta coefficient” found in CAPM model, which is used to measure the risk of the asset?
  • Demonstrate the accounting words used in different countries like Hongkong; Taiwan; Singapore; Malaysia and selective provinces in China etc may be different. Also, same words used in different countries may show different meanings.
  • Discuss how the Chinese Accounting words can be applied in your workplace and daliy life.
  • Discuss the ambiguity, regulations and trends of Chinese accounting vocabulary.
  • With the aid of the financial reports (in Chinese version), conduct class exercises for participants to recall and strengthen their learning outcomes in class.
  • Q&As.

For the Mandarin Programme Outline, please click here.

Training Methodology
Lecture style with exercises and discussions

Closing Date for Registration
1 week before programme or until full enrolment.

Intended For

An intermediate level seminar intended for Accounting and Finance professionals who can read basic Chinese and are interested to learn to better communicate accounting related matters in Chinese. Participants who have taken BM001: Business Mandarin for Accountants and would like to further improve their Chinese competency are encouraged to attend.

Programme Facilitator(s)


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