In 2002 Jeanne Boden established ChinaConduct. Their core business is cross-cultural training and advice. She has set up representative offices in China, provided market research, translations, ... 
Jeanne Boden alternatively works in Europe and in China as an intercultural consultant and trainer (and she writes books about it).
Jeanne Boden is also working on a PhD at Ghent Universit(Belgium), currently working on outlining 'Chineness' in all it's complexity.


Jeanne Boden

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Xinjiang: a melting pot of cultures at the end of the world

  • Politics
  • Innovation
  • Culture

Xinjiang is a province of China, with the statute of ‘Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region’ under control of the central Chinese government. It is very Chinese and at the same time it seems not Chinese at all. Xinjiang borders Russia, Mongolia, Kazakhstan, Kyrgyzstan, Tajikistan, Afghanistan, Pakistan and India. It has a climate that is barely appropriate for human life with temperatures of minus 30 to plus 48, with strong dessert winds that regularly cover everything in dust and sand. It is one of the areas on earth furthest away from the sea.