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    my Cover letter and resume

    Nicholas Zhu
    Address: Room 218, Dormitory 7, NO. 22 Cheng Zhong Street, Jia Ding District
    Shanghai ,China,19 October 2004
    Email address:[email protected]

    Object: Find a job in HSBC
    Human resource manager: Zhang Wei
    Company Address: G/F, HSBC Tower,
    200120,101 Ying Cheng East Road, Pu Dong, Shanghai Telephone:[86] (21)6841 1888

    Dear Miss Zhang:
    Good day!. I am very sorry to occupy your time. Let me introduce myself first. My name is Nicholas Zhu.
    I am a student in Shanghai University. In this letter, I am going to apply a job in your company.
    As we know, HSBC is a big company which have many branches all over the world. This kind of company need the people who can communicate with both local Chinese people and Foreign customer. I am in Silc, a college which teach in western way. As a result, I am a mix-culture people who is competent for your job.
    I am looking forward to hearing from you.
    Your sincerely
    Nicholas Zhu

    RESUME
    Nicholas Zhu Chinese Name: Zhu Zhen Lin
    Address: Room 218, Dormitory 7, NO. 22 Cheng Zhong Street, Jia Ding District
    Shanghai ,China,19 October 2004
    Human resource manager: Zhang Wei
    Company Address: G/F, HSBC Tower,
    200120,101 Ying Cheng East Road, Pu Dong, Shanghai Telephone:[86] (21)6841 1888
    EDUCATION
    Sydney Institute of Language and Commerce, Shanghai university

    RELEVANT COURSE
    Office 2000
    Microeconomics / Macroeconomics
    Financial Accounting
    Global Finance
    International Business
    International Business Law
    International Commercial Law
    Money and Banking
    Global Marketing
    Organization Behavior
    Financial Accounting

    WORK EXPERIENCE
    International Business Assistant in a trading company
    I can speak a little Spanish.

    Personal ability
    CET4 certificated CET6 certificated
    Elementary computer level certificated

    8)

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