'China is not for everyone': readers respond to Delmus Credle's BBDO China account

Our story sparked a debate about what it is like to work in China as a foreigner. Some feel it's necessary to let "linguistic misunderstandings" slide; others feel the company in question could do much better. Do you agree?

Delmus Credle

Earlier this week we published an interview with Delmus Credle, who resigned from his role as head of planning at BBDO China in January after just 12 months. As we explain in the piece, he left partly because of comments that he claimed related to his nationality, skin colour and sexuality and which he felt were degrading and unacceptable.  

We hoped that the article would open up a forum for...

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