Having good business relationship in China is vital to a firm’s success, the term “guanxi” as defined by Orr and Menzies (2012) as one powerful business tool to have. It is more than a networking connection as it can create competitive advantage not limited to business but also for personal and family gain. However, developing “guanxi” takes time and may require solid amount of financial investment and personal commitment. Liu (2009) in her research paper also emphasized the importance of “guanxi”, a must know knowledge for international managers and owners to succeed in the Chinese market especially when there is a large cultural difference between the Australian (Western) and Asian societies. The Born Global entrepreneur is fully aware of the importance of “guanxi” not only for their international expansion but also in forming production and financial strategies (Andersson et al 2006). Larum (2010) also agree a reputable local business partner is essential for those companies that were not wholly foreign owned, because there is need to understand the structure of government and their decision-making process particularly china’s political sensitivities.