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  • 3 Essential Places To Visit In Shenzhen, China

    Shenzhen is a city of over 12 million people located in Guangdong Province, China, directly on the border with the New Territories of Hong Kong. It's likely that your travel guide to China does not say much about this city except to dismiss it as industrial and good only for cheap knockoff shopping. Similarly, if you ask people in Hong Kong about Shenzhen, they will pretend to think it's still a small town full of knife-wielding thieves and you shouldn't even consider going there. Both these impressions couldn't be further from the truth. Shenzhen's incredibly fast growth is the reason travel books are out of date, and perhaps Hong Kong people's snobbishness about the city stems from a certain fear and envy of this shiny wealth center on their doorstep! Modern day Shenzhen is a vibrant, cosmopolitan city that offers a wide range of cultural and leisure venues for tourists, as well as unrivalled shopping and dining. If   
  • Be Unique - Use Edible Promotional Items

    In the world of promotional items, you can find almost anything under the sun to advertise your company on. From pens to baseball caps, magnets to T-shirts, and stress toys to rulers. Anything you choose to put your company's logo and name onto should be something you think will be useful. Since many promotional items are often passed out at family expos and luncheons, why not make your giveaway something edible that both kids and adults will enjoy. Some of the most popular of the edible promotional items on the market are chocolates. The common trend is to make ordinary chocolate bars into a promotional tool. The wrappers are custom made with your company name and any other information you desire to share. You can also purchase small to large boxes of variety chocolates for fancier promotional events. Remember when and where you plan to give out these promotional items, though, because if you are out in the summertime heat, you'll need to keep your chocolate products on ice.    
  • Shenzhen, China

    Visits China's fastest growing newest metropolises - Shenzhen, China. The city is very well known as the city of sunshine and modernity and a beautiful garden city in South China. I'm sure that by the time you set foot in this beautiful city, you will see how it kept pace with its economic and social development. What's more is that the people living in this city are in harmony with nature. Shenzhen has fast becoming internationalized as China's first special extraordinary economic zone. Unlike other large cities, Shenzhen is a strange place because its history is largely not present tangibly or in a genuine way - yet it is represented by an imitation of world-famous sights such as the Taj Mahal, Eifel Tower and the Great Wall. Despite the absence of these sites, Shenzhen has deep cultural roots dating back over 5,000 years ago but was only founded 27 years ago. In fact, archaeological research has proof that aborigines started occupyi   
  • Promotional Bags: Your Company Details on Parade

    The trick to a good promotion is to attach your company details to something useful. Now, there is "private useful" like the promotional toothbrush you use in the privacy of your own bathroom, and there is "public useful" that you use out there where everyone sees you inadvertently parading the promotion. This is where promotional bags come in. Few of us can get people to wear sandwich boards for us without paying them, but easily collocated promotional bags act in much the same way. Imagine the happy recipient of your promotional gift arriving at a jazz concert in the park toting your promotional wine bag. People can notice this, especially those juggling single wine bottles and sundry picnic equipment. There it sits on the blanket, sophisticated, serene and discreetly advertising your sophisticated and serene company. What a pleasure. Here's another promotional bag scenario: extremely cool young thing rollerblades past wearing a backpack with your de   
  • Made-in-China Medicine Testing the World Market

    Many pharmaceutical companies in China are hoping to pass major international certifications, such as certifications from the WHO, EU and Australia. "It is likely that 20 pharmaceutical companies can obtain international certifications this year," said Mr Yu Mingde, a vice-director of China Pharmaceutical Enterprises Management Association. Temptation from the outside 2007 was another record year for China's western medicine export value, up 56% to US$784 million. However, most medicines that went to big markets such as Japan, Korea and Australia were products from foreign companies in China, mainly in the form of export processing trades. Products made by domestic Chinese companies were exported to low end markets such as Nigeria and Pakistan. As Chinese pharmaceutical companies are still weak at proprietary R&D, most of their products are generic copycat drugs. Yu revealed that "the big three markets of EU, US and Japan