Thirdly, according to an employee in Thilawa Special Economic Zone, it is very hard for people to reach Chinese investors, which severe the conflicts when the channel of communication is inaccessible. When contradictions became acute in the Shwe project, an oil and gas pipeline cooperation project between four countries, Burmese people can easily reach crews from Daewoo International-a Korea’s leading export trading company. However, they never managed to contact directly with PetroChina. Generally speaking, Chinese investment projects institutes with multiple levels of government, so they only have contact with senior leaders in Myanmar. Daewoo international, in particular, has been incorporated into life among many social strata. This may attribute to two reasons: the lack of the Corporation Social Responsibility (CSR) department in Chinese corporations and the language and culture barrier between two countries. CSR department is more than a place to build up a channel of communication, but also would optimize the role of corporations in international relations. Besides, Chinese corporations prefer sending technical talents to the oversea branches in order to realize cost reduction and increase in efficiency. Nevertheless, these specialists are usually engineers whose social skills are disadvantages, which makes the communication between Burmese people and corporations even harder.