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China Updates their VISA Policy read more
Jul-10th-2015 | Post by expatree


China has now implemented a new set of rules regarding their VISA policies as well as resident permits. As usual, Expatree seeks out to inform you the advantages and little tricks concerning these new rules imposed.

D VISA (also known as the Green Card) can now be applied for given you meet the following criteria: you are a foreign expat that has worked in Shanghai continuously for 4 years, including having permanently resided in China over 6 months at a time; your salary is over 600,000RMB per year and your income tax is 120,000RMB annually; have no criminal record in China and back in the country of origin.

R VISA demands that the expat work for a company that has a valid high-tech certificate. This VISA is valid for 5 years and the great advantage is that after you have worked for 3 years you are eligible for the D VISA.

As a university student, a fresh trick if you plan to open up a business is to apply for the 2 year personal affairs resident permit S1 VISA.

For a normal foreign emplo

Say goodbye to flooding, Ready for summer trip in Shanghai read more
Jul-3rd-2015 | Post by expatree

June, a long unseen rainstorm infiltrated this modern city, Shanghai. All traffic was suddenly frustrated while everyone tried the best to survive outside. Lots of impressed moments were snapped and collected during these successive days.

   Floating Bridge was Born   


   Black Swans enjoy Garden   


   Bus Help!   


   Forget car, let's use Boat!   


 
July, the sky had cleared after a downpour. It’s a good time to enjoy landscape and explore famous sites near the metro lines.
 
Binjiang Forest Park 滨江森林公园
Address: Lingqiaogao Beach 3, Gaoqiao Town, Pudong 浦东新区高桥镇凌桥高沙滩3号(近三岔港)
Metro Station: Gangchen Rd. Station
 

Oriental Sports Center 东方体育中心
Address: 701 Yaoti Rd. Pudong 浦东新区耀体路701号
Metro Station: Oriental Sports Center Station



Yuanshen Sports Centre Stadium 源深体育中心
Address: 655 Yuanshen Rd. 源深路655号
Metro Station:Yuanshen Sports Centre Stadium Station




French Consulate Old Site 法国领事馆旧址
Address:
Dreaming Dynasty Party Recap read more
Jun-22nd-2015 | Post by expatree

The "Dreaming Dynasty: Ancient Costume Social Networking" was successfully held at "The Know" art club in Shanghai last week with more than 100 people from different countries.

("The know" art club where dreaming dynasty tour begins...)


(Everything is ready for the party)


(Guests are coming...)


(Merry time at Club House)
 
(No money, no drink??? Yes......)


(Who is the poker Rounder?)


(Mingling...)


(Which one is the best DIY ancient dress?)


(Expatree Co-founding Partner, Kelly Zhang, speaking at the party)


(Memorable moments...)
China opens Cross border eCommerce business to the World, Opportunity or Challenge? read more
Jun-12th-2015 | Post by expatree
Recently expect the news of big discounts offered by luxury brands, the open-minded cross border B2C eCommerce policy announcement brought much attention to the public. Compared to commercial B2B import and export trading, this new policy takes advantage of product exemption from inspection system, short-term administrative process, and of course strength on lower tax rate. On the other hand, Chinese consumers enjoy this benefit with alternative choice of overseas products, suddenly Japan, Korea, Europe, America, Australia, New Zealand etc. a diversity of products from those countries are landed in Chinese eCommerce platforms.

Some reasons must be behind it, the tax calculation formula is definitely straight forward. At this moment, 10 product categories’ tax rates are available meanwhile duty free works in case the tax amount is paid less than 50 RMB. Obviously the simplified formula helps a lot to both companies and individuals, but one tip you have to know alcohol drinking an
Why Does China Consume but not Produce Luxury Brands? read more
Jun-5th-2015 | Post by expatree

Following 50% discount of Gucci's offering in Shanghai, Givenchy, YSL, Prada started 70% off promotional campaigns in Hongkong. Suddenly all these luxury stores were seething and crowded with Chinese consumers. "Crazy" might be a best word to describe this situation.    

Time goes back, to Chinese traditional mind Hong Kong can be a shock to the first comer, with billboards flashing Swiss watches and Italian shoes dominating the skyline. Louis Vuitton’s lights square up against Burberry’s cinema screens. This Vegas like glitter reflects the novelty of luxury in China, and the country’s new importance to luxury. Today nearly one third of all personal luxury goods sold worldwide are bought by Chinese consumers. Their spending is divided more or less equally among the mainland, the Chinese speaking territories of Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan, and the rest of the world. Mainlanders become familiar with the brands through ma
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