At 2 million strong, Chinese nationals comprise the third-largest foreign-born group in the United States. Dedicated to serving the professional and personal needs of this influential community is Mandarin Communications Group (MCG), a Chinese-focused marketing and media company. While locally born Chinese Americans make up a large portion of MCG’s workforce, the company also recruits individuals born on the country’s mainland to stay attuned to the issues that matter most to its audience.
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