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Chinese vs. Japanese

AngeloPAngeloP Registered User Posts: 11 New Member
I want to be a successful Corporate Lawyer and wanted to know what language I should learn: Chinese or Japanese. Which country is more technologically advanced and which has more successful bussiness'.

Replies to: Chinese vs. Japanese

  • AngeloPAngeloP Registered User Posts: 11 New Member
    Also which country would need more Corporate Lawyers and pay the most.
  • sgopal2sgopal2 Registered User Posts: 3,091 Senior Member
    Chinese, specifically Mandarin is more in demand. However note that most of the work you would be doing as a corporate lawyer would be done in English.

    Best way to learn a language is to go and live in that country for an extended time.
  • VctoryVctory Registered User Posts: 1,190 Senior Member
    English. Chinese might come in handy, but it more than likely won't. Neither country needs more corporate lawyers; if you get your degree in the states, expect to stay in the states.
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