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  • Starting a Business in Shenzhen, China - 5 Reasons to Do So

    Shenzhen, China is the centre of the country's economic miracle. In just over 30 years Shenzhen has been transformed from a tiny little fishing village to the most prosperous "Special Economic Zone" in China. Because of this many companies look to open their first Chinese office in the city and there are certainly many good reasons to do so. So here are five of the best to get you started. Proximity to Hong Kong Hong Kong is only a few miles away and there are multiple easy to access crossing points dotted around the city. The busiest border point is Lohou where tens of thousands of people sally back and forth every day. For expats this means it's both convenient and cheap to get into Hong Kong with a round trip journey on the island's MTR system costing around 100 HKD (around $13 USD), and station hopping between points after crossing the border is good value too (usually no more than 10 HKD). For businesses that mea   
  • Buying Wholesale Pens

    The pen is an essential writing instrument that has become indispensable for the contemporary world. There are many types available; the ever-available ball point pen, the roller ball point, the fountain pen, and the felt-tip pen. This important writing instrument has been around for thousands of years, starting with the quill pen made from bird feathers dipped in ink, to the reed pen or bamboo pen, with its slight and tapered tip. Over time, technology has helped create more functional versions, which do not require elaborate rituals of using. According to history, the ancient Indians were the first ones to use rudimentary pens made from bamboo sticks and bird feathers from India. In the 500 BC, these type of pens were used to write the text in the old literature of Puranas. Mahabharta and Ramayana. Some of the Dead Sea scrolls discovered used quill pens. With the invention of the personal computer with keyboard input methods have rev   
  • Hong Kong Employment Visa - Case Example

    There are about 15,000 Hong Kong employment visas granted each year. Every one of these applications is unique with its own particular qualities and circumstances. Consequently the application of the approvability test for permission to work in the HKSAR, obviously, differs from case to case. The test for approval places a burden on the applicant to show that he or she possesses special skills knowledge or experience of value to and not readily available in Hong Kong. Additionally, the proposed sponsoring employer has to demonstrate it is justified in engaging the services of the expatriate applicant as opposed to a 'local person' (defined as any local resident who does not need the approval of the Immigration department to take up that job.) However, in order to shed a little light on how the test can be applied by way of an exception which proves the rule, I do have one case example which serves to illustrate not only how the approvabili   
  • Go Green With a Stainless Steel Water Bottle

    Let's face it; taking care of our environment should be a top priority in all of our lives, however taking care of your own health should come first. I recently discovered a great new way to balance both concerns, by using stainless steel water bottles to carry my water. Yes you read correctly. Did you know that plastic water bottles can last up to 700 years when deposited into a landfill? That's a long time. Did you also know that the average person spends over $1500 a year on bottled water? Now that's a lot of money. If you start using a stainless steel water bottle instead of plastic, all of those worries go out the window. If you're an active, on the go person, staying hydrated should be of the utmost importance. It's recommended that adults drink 64 ounces of water per day. This means that you need to have water with you just about wherever you go. In the car, at work, at the gym, you need water. Normally most of us just buy bottled water    
  • A Guide to Doing Business Face to Face in China

    Firstly - where do I go and how do I get there? By far the best place to start is with the Canton Fair in Guangzhou - cantonfair.org.cn which runs in April and October. The best way to get there is by flying into Hong Kong either direct or indirect (a short stop over in Dubai is usually cheapest) an economy ticket should set you back around 395. Once in Hong Kong there are a variety of ways of making it up to Guangzhou but I find that the easiest and cheapest way is by train, all trains run from Hung Hom station in Kowloon and arrive at Guangzhou East station in Guangzhou, tickets are around $190HK one way. What paper work do I need? You will first and foremost need a Chinese Visa which you obtain through a Chinese embassy here in the UK - chinese-embassy.org.uk/eng/lsyw/chivisa/. You will need a Letter of invitation from a company or institution in China or Visa Notification Form issued by an authorized unit in China (Visa    

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