Ray：I have been living in China for four years and have found the term “Customer Service” no longer an expression virtually of no meaning. For example, bus drivers and attendants can be very helpful, despite my limited Chinese.
Ray：And, in most hotels, you will find the level of communication quite satisfactory.
Ray：Postal service, however， is perhaps weak in its competition with other service industries. Recently, I’ve had occasional problems with China Post：things were not received that had been sent to me, or mails disappeared after they were posted and sufficiently paid for.
Ray：Generally speaking, customer services in most Chinese retail and service operations have drastically improved over the past four years. This may partly be due to the infusion of many young workers, or improved training in general.
Ray：In China, there are many rising stars in customer service. And I am happy to discover more of them! Good business means many happy returns.
Founded in 1879, the Canadian National Exhibition is one of the largest annual fairs in North America.
The CNE is located on 190 acres of the Toronto waterfront at Exhibition Place, minutes from downtown Toronto. The fair is held annually for the 18 days prior to and including Labour Day. The CNE attracts over 1.4 million visitors during its operation. The site is in close proximity to major highways and is serviced by two public transit systems. The Canadian National Exhibition has an economic impact of $ 47.9 million. The CNE is a large employer of students, and young people and has firmly established itself as Toronto’s annual summer celebration.
The Canadian National Exhibition farm exhibit promises to be one of the biggest and best shows we have ever had.
All of your farmyard friends will be there together with antique equipment and tools. Come and you’ll be able to get a true taste of the country and lots of great food will be available.