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Foreign Succession in China

Foreign Succession in China

Expatriates with China assets should consider making a will in Chinese. With the increasing number of expatriates coming to China over the last few years to live and work, issues concerning succession in terms of divorce and death are slowly becoming more common – especially for those who have developed a business or have purchased [...]

Jan 10 2013, 9:45 am | Posted in Associations | Read More »

Get Philosophical – Broaden Your Horizons

Get Philosophical – Broaden Your Horizons

Cafe Philo is coming to Shenzhen, the inaugural event is taking place on Sunday 23rd September at 14:00 in the upstairs lounge at the Back Stube Shop & Cafe in Rose Garden 2, Shekou.  There will be a light buffet provided within the entry price of 50RMB.  Doors open from 13:30, best seats go quickest. [...]

Aug 24 2012, 9:26 am | Posted in Associations | Read More »

More cultural heritages recognized in Dongguan

More cultural heritages recognized in Dongguan

During China’s 6th Intangible Cultural Heritage Day last June 11, the State council released their third list on national cultural heritages. Out of the 22 intangibles from Guangdong 5 of them comes from Dongguan. The five intangibles are Muyu Song, Dragon boat racing, Kylin Dancing, Qianjiaodeng (better known as Multi angle Lantern) and dragon boat [...]

Jun 16 2011, 7:27 am | Posted in Associations | Read More »

Party chief defends city’s image

Party chief defends city's image

Communist party chief of Dongguan Lui Zhigeng, faced a tough crowd of thousands of micro bloggers. Lui faced issues concerning the city’s industrial upgrading to the city’s housing prices. The online live chat with Lui lasted for almost 75 minutes. Lui was able to answer 36 questions out of the 1,200 questions that were raised [...]

May 3 2011, 11:18 am | Posted in Associations | Read More »

Five Guangdong mobile phone retailers signs agreement with China Unicom

3D phone

China Unicom, a Chinese telecom operator together with five mobile phone retail channel providers includes Guangdong Junhe, Shenzhen Hengbo, Dongguan Jietong, Guangdong Dadi, and Guangdong Longyue signed an inclusive strategic cooperating agreements that authorizing the five mobile phone retailer to sell and deal China Unicom’s products and various services that includes 2G, 3G, and broadband. The retailers will have special areas [...]

Apr 15 2011, 10:52 pm | Posted in Associations | Read More »

City to rebuilt the Historical and Cultural city

City to rebuilt the Historical and Cultural city

A plan to construct the National Famous Historical And Cultural City is being drafted and will be done over the next ten years with an estimated cost of 1.3 billion yuan. Dongguan is a very important birthplace for Lingnan civilization, and its one of the first batch of Famous Historical Cities in the Guangdong Province. [...]

Feb 28 2011, 7:19 am | Posted in Associations | Read More »

Officials released official city logo

Officials released official city logo

Between December 16 to 24, Dongguan Information Office released five proposals to the public to solicit their opinions. Through intense popularity the slogan Vibrance blossoms everyday was chosen by the people to be the official logo of the city. Online voting statistics showed the first proposal garnered the highest votes with 29,500 votes respectively. The [...]

Jan 21 2011, 7:10 am | Posted in Associations | Read More »

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