A delegation of UK film industry professionals has arrived in Beijing to participate in the 4th Beijing International Film Festival.
Nigel Rowley, managing partner of London and Surrey lawyers Mackrell Turner Garrett has been named the president of the London Chapter of the US China Global Investment & Trade Alliance (USCGITA).
With Canada closing its doors to would-be immigrants and the UK tightening up on requirements, many are looking to see what European migration schemes have to offer.
Portugal has a Golden Visa Programme which was launched in 2012.
James Dawson – the engineer of bespoke advanced silicone and organic rubber products – has appointed Chinese national Pan Feng as General Manager for Dawson Polymer Products in Shanghai.
I was recently in Beijing attending the 2nd International Forum on Private Enterprise Heritage & China’s Influence at Peking University. The event was organized by HSBC Business School, Peking University, the Magazine of Global People, People’s Daily and Sage International.
Some wealthy Chinese investors want to develop a 600-acres multibillion property development in the beautiful Catskill Mountains northwest of New York.
Jaguar Land Rover CEO, Dr. Ralf Speth joined the Prime Minister, David Cameron to commemorate the official opening of Jaguar Land Rover’s Technical Academy in Beijing, China.
As the centre of the world’s economy continues to shift eastwards, companies from Greater Manchester are invited to sign up to a work and cultural exchange programme backed by Greater Manchester Local Enterprise Partnership (GMLEP) and the Manchester China Forum.
Nee Hao Magazine asks Catherine Shrimpton, Co-founder member of UK China Visa Alliance, Head of Marketing London First for her thoughts on the Chancellor’s recent announcements on reducing the visa barriers for Chinese tourists, students and business people when visiting the UK.
The Mayor of London, Boris Johnson, welcomes pledges from ten Chinese businesses who have committed to office space in the much anticipated £1bn Asian Business Port development in London’s Royal Albert Dock. This takes the number of firms currently set to move into the new business park to 57, and is expected to account for around 600,000 sq ft of the development.