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Wellness Profile: GLO Kitchen + Fitness

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GLO Kitchen + Fitness is Beijing’s fitness destination. They offer holistic and wholesome lifestyle experiences with healthy food and exercise. First of all, can you tell us – what is GLO exactly? GLO Kitchen + Fitness is a three-floor concept space in the Central Business District of Beijing. chaussure asics It is a modern and casual dining space, where you …

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Start-up Profile: Imagine China

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Imagine. brings exciting, inspirational and imaginative activities to families, schools and companies in and around the Beijing area. Name: Pete Tupper Start Up: Imagine. China Can you tell us a little bit about you; why and how did you end up in Beijing? When I was training as a ski and snowboard instructor and studying Chinese back in Europe, I …

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Entrepreneur Profile: David Garzotto of WeVite

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David Garzotto has worked in marketing for more than 25 years. After graduating from Louisiana State University, he worked as a copywriter at ad agencies in the US including BBDO, Ogilvy and Young & Rubicam. asics whizzer He arrived in China in 2005 to handle English marketing and PR for trade media company, Global Sources. In 2007, he started China’s …

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Founder’s Profile : A Free Trial Class with yoli


Today we’re here with a co-founder of yoli, James Lalonde. yoli is a mandarin language learning platform that runs completely within WeChat. Founded in October 2015, yoli has experienced great success with their first platform providing English classes, and have recently started providing Mandarin classes. If you’d like to improve your Mandarin, be sure to try a free trial through …

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Community Profile: Beijing Women’s Network

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Beijing Women’s Network provides affordable professional development for young professionals. They promote direct resource sharing through their WeChat group, peer mentorship through their Spotlight Dinners, and address various areas of intereset through their series. On a bigger scale, they aim to change policy and mindsets working closely with other organizations that focus on women’s issues. Jessie: Hey Jessie! Tell us …

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Founders Profile: Spoonhunt

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Spoonhunt is a tool that covers popular restaurants in major cities, with English menus, prices and photos and makes dining out in China fun. Hi Adam and Emma! Could you tell us a bit about yourself and how you came to Shanghai? Adam: I started learning Chinese when I was 15 because my grandparents were from Ningbo, so I wanted …

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Entrepreneur Feature: Chatting to _____? 聊天到____? by Mikey Chee

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Simply print your memories from your phone with WeChat!   聊天到打印 Chatting to Print 最近,我们一直可以看到大量致力于开发顶层信使的基础服务和开发人员的涌现。 Facebook Messenger, Slack 和微信等公司就是典范公司,为企业提供将聊天放在首位来吸引用户的平台。 在Fresh Prints酷毙印,我们在微信中已采取这种”先聊天”的方法,为微信中的用户提供简单便捷的照片印刷服务。客户进入我们的微信公众号 (或官服务号),通过单独的 H5 页查看我们自定义的菜单, 并相关连代理/客户体验,切换到键盘开始聊天/订购。用户通过和我们的客服聊天,一个可以提供多样词汇、emoji、名片等的代理,可以体验到一个无痛化订购系统。 Recently, we’ve been seeing a huge influx of message based services and developers that are building on top of messenger. Facebook Messenger, Slack and WeChat are examples of companies that are providing the platform for …

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Start-up Profile: Nathan Siy of Evoke

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Nathan Siy is the founder of Evoke, an electric motorcycle business company whose goal is to put more electric motorcycles on the road in Beijing. 

Tell us your story and why you’re in China.
 It’s been a long and interesting China story, and one that I feel is still not complete. Evoke has primarily come about due to my China …

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Podcast: JingJobs Interview with Bill Li from MyDreamPlus


Victoria: Hi, my name is Victoria Landa-Steinau and you are listening to JingNews. Today we learn more about MyDreamPlus, a company that was founded in May 2015 and—within its first year of opening—was valued at 200 million RMB. With an emphasis on revolutionizing the workspace, MyDreamPlus has successfully opened 13 offices and plans on opening 5 more by the end …

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Business Profile: InnCube

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Founders: Kevin and Becky Co-working Space: InnCube Hi Kevin and Becky ! Tell us a little bit about your background, where you’re from, where you studied, how did you meet? I grew up in Beijing and went to New York for my undergraduate 10 years ago. chaussure nike pas cher After finishing my studies at Columbia University, I worked in …

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Startup Profile : Isabel & Teresa from WuTang


Please tell us more about yourself and WuTang. Teresa’s Background : Born and raised in Beijing and left Beijing to Wellesley, Massachusetts for high school and met Isabel. Later went off to Brown University to study History. Isabel’s Background : Born and raised in Beijing and left Beijing to Wellesley, Massachusetts for high school and met Teresa. Later went off …

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JingJobs Job Fair 2017//2017 JingJobs 招聘会

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At JingJobs, we are bringing a myriad of career opportunities to you. nike air huarache soldes You will not just be limited to just expanding your professional network. You will also have the opportunity to interact with our key influencers and entrepreneurs. You may also have a chance of being hired to work with notable companies in China. 
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Start-Up Profile: Mantra

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Mantra is a new social enterprise based in Beijing, and their vision is to create the most exciting fast-fashion eyewear brand in China. Name: Mantra Founders: Sam Waldo and Andrew Shirman Hi! Can you tell us a bit about your respective backgrounds and how you two ended up in Beijing? Andrew: My first chance to experience China was in high …

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Start-up Profile: Matt Carter of The Chairman’s Bao

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Matt Carter is the brains behind The Chairman’s Bao, the first ever online Chinese newspaper, simplified for students who learn Mandarin. They aim to provide articles which are interesting, insightful and informative, as a means to improving the Mandarin learning experience. The Chairman’s Bao concept was created by students, for students.   Name: Matt Carter Start-up: The Chairman’s Bao Hey …

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Company Profile: the Squirrelz

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Name: Bunny Yan and Nicolas Bouthors Company: the Squirrelz Tell us about yourself and how you ended up in China?  My name is Bunny! I was born in Shanghai but raised in the United States. I’ve been a fashion designer for over a decade, designing for major names such as Outkast and Southpole. Six years ago I decided to travel …

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Company Profile: Origins Beijing

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Company: Origins, Beijing Founders: Liam Bates & Jessica Lam & Ken Ying Hi! Can you tell us about yourselves and how you ended up in Beijing? Liam: I have the typical “foreigner comes to China” story. I originally came to study wushu at the age of 16, and loved it so much I’ve been back every year since. China’s always …

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Shanghai Start-Up Profile: CLAWZ

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Name: Chris Tweten and Avery-Anne Gervais Company: CLAWZ Tell us about respective backgrounds and what led to your startup life in China. Avery: After high school I jumped straight into a Business Administration diploma program and received a diploma in financial services. However all along my true passion was entrepreneurship. I come from a family of entrepreneurs and entrepreneurship has …

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Spotlight Series: KAWO

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    The third in our JingNews Spotlight Series covering China relevant personalities, organisations and companies. We sat down with Alex Duncan from KAWO – a cool start up that helps bridge the marketing barrier between foreign brands in China and their consumers, as well as his own personal China journey and tips for jobseekers looking to work at vibrant start ups in Shanghai. …

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Entrepreneurs Profile: Saucy Beijing

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This is the second in our JingNews Spotlight Series covering China relevant personalities, organisations and companies. We recently sat down with Andrew and Harriet of Saucy Beijing in the beautiful Spoonful of Sugar cafe to talk about their delicious sandwiches. Name: Saucy Founders: Harriet Bates and Andrew Moo      Can you both tell us a bit about your backgrounds and how …

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