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China's Public Holiday Arrangement for 2020!
Posted: 22 Nov 2019
On November 21st 2019, China’s General Office of the State Council released the official public holiday schedule for 2020. The schedule features the two major public holidays – Spring Festival and ...
China’s New Visa and Residence Permits - 2019
Posted: 3 Jun 2019
China’s New Visa and Residence Permits China’s National Immigration Administration has recently announced three new or updated visa documents available to foreigners. This has been done to improve ...
Almost a Quarter of all Foreign Workers in China are Based in Shanghai
Posted: 21 Jan 2019
Of the 900,000 foreign workers in China, 23.7% are based in Shanghai, according the Municipal Administration of Foreign Expert Affairs in a statement they made while attending a symposium last Tues ...
China’s new income tax changes will impact expats
Posted: 11 Dec 2018
Individual income tax is China’s third highest contributor to the nation’s total tax revenue, amounting 1.2Trn RMB in 2017. That’s 8.3% of all the country’s tax receipts. The newly established Chines ...
The $28.4b Industry in China You May Know Nothing About
Posted: 1 Aug 2018
One of the fastest growing industries in China is mobile games. A combination of factors have led to this phenomenon, most importantly accessibility. Most Chinese have a cell phone with an estimated 1 ...
The first Chinese province to Unblock “Facebook, Twitter, …”
Posted: 29 Jul 2018
In 2018 the Chinese government have pressed ahead with an ambitious scheme to transform the province of Hainan (South Sea) Island into an internationally acclaimed tourist resort. The  latest step in ...
Working in China Could Mean Four Day Work Week by 2030
Posted: 26 Jul 2018
A Return to Traditional Chinese Values Chinese will be working nine hours a day and four days a week by 2030, said a report from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (CASS). Before that, China shoul ...
The top 10 countries where Chinese students study abroad
Posted: 31 Oct 2017
The Chinese Ministry of Education (MOE) reported that there were 545,500 Chinese students studying abroad in 2016, an increase of 36.26 percent compared with the data in 2012. But where do those stude ...
More Chinese overseas students returning home
Posted: 1 Sep 2017
With a growing number of Chinese students going abroad for their higher education, the Chinese labour market is seeing an increasing amount of people returning from abroad with a new, highly educated ...
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