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Recap: The Global Office – Breaking Barriers and Building Bridges


About a week ago, Beijing Women’s Network and JingJobs held another one of their Professional Development Series. The event included topics about young professionals working in an intercultural environment, solving language barriers, and forging team identity. The night was welcomed by Beijing Women’s Network’s Stephanie Jackson, followed by a voice note from Ella Kidron from JD.com, who unfortunately couldn’t not join the …

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Social Networking Events China: 26th October- 6th November

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Date/ Time Event Location 26/10/2017 19:00-21:00 International Pizza Party with All-You-Can-Eat Pizza! Global Professionals and Social Networking in Shanghai Cost: Pay for what you order Please register here We organize networking events, parties, and after work drinks in Shanghai. Join today to make new friends, expand your social circle and take part in fun events! Our events attract an international crowd of …

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Road To Success Event Was a Success!

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A job fair unlike any other! All in one day: 17 participating companies, a professional workshop, and an incredible fitness after-event! 一场非比寻常的招聘会!17家招聘公司,一个职业工作坊,会后还有一个不同凡响的健身活动,尽在同一天! In this month’s job fair, JingJobs provided a workshop with Ta-Wei Wang from Shang Learning and Ting Ting from LNP China, for young jobseekers who are aiming to improve their CV or resume and get them ready for …

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Social Networking Events China: 23rd August-9th September


  Date/ Time Event Location 24/08/2017 18:30-21:30 Seedstars World Competition Seedstars world Cost: Free Please register here, before 18th August Seedstars World is coming to Shanghai! The 10 best startups from Shanghai will be invited to pitch in front of an investment panel and compete to be crowned the most promising seed-stage startup of Seedstars Shanghai 2017. The winning startup …

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Social Networking Events China: 16th Aug-9th Sept


  Date/ Time Event Location 17/08/2017 08:30-10:30 Sales Strategy Training: Selling Successfully To China SwissCham Cost: Member: RMB 250. Non member: RMB 350 Please register here by August 15th Join us for a short training session to kick-start your China market sales strategy. The training session, led by Claudio Grillenzoni, will outline traditional CRM/E-CRM concepts and delve into how new …

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Recap: 2017 JingJobs Job Fair//2017年JingJobs招聘会

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What great FUN! With over 300 jobseekers in attendance and 22 companies on board, JingJobs would like to thank all for a successful 2017 Job Fair! 本次招聘会非常成功!展会当天有超过300名求职者和22家招聘公司参加,非常感谢大家对本场活动的支持! We hope you left with not only an expanded professional network but also useful and profitable ideas. 希望大家在活动中不仅拓展了人脉,也收获了一些灵感和想法。 Photos//照片 Don’t spot yourself? Email [email protected] for more pictures. 如果需要活动当天的照片,请发送电子邮件到[email protected]获取。   Who’s Hiring?//热招职位 Log on …

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Social Networking Events China: 24th March – 31st March

Social Networking Events China: 24th March – 31st March

24/03/2017 18:30-22:00 25/03/2017 09:00-22:00 Startup Weekend Auto *Linked Through WeChat Startup Weekend Cost RMB 250 Language: English Startup Weekends are 54-hour events designed to provide superior experiential education for technical and non-technical entrepreneurs. Auto is the theme of this event. People Squared in Shanghai, Lane 988 Shen Chang Rd Minhang District Hongqiao Vanke center T5 B2 layer, Shanghai 24/03/2017 18:00-23:00 Swedish …

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Light it Up – Sharing Bright Ideas for Success


Professional Development Series: LIGHT IT UP – SHARING BRIGHT IDEAS FOR SUCCESS 3 Beijing-based entrepreneurs and start-up founders share their success stories and challenges   Every month, the Beijing Women’s Network and JingJobs bring together experts from diverse backgrounds to empower young and mid-range professionals to build upon their professional skills and networks. If you are not yet a member of the Beijing Women’s Network on WeChat, …

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March Picks: 5 Companies that will Boost Your Career


  Just like what Jenny Blake, the ex-Google career coach said: “Consider Your Career like a smartphone, not a ladder”. According to Blake, the metaphor of climbing the “career ladder” is outdated. Every job experience an individual gain can be “stored” in their “smartphone” in order to move between various job positions. With that being said, the more “apps” you …

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All You Need to Know about China’s New Foreign Work Permit


Foreign Work Permit (外国人工作许可证), is a combination of Alien Employment Permit (Z-Visa) and Foreign Expat Certificate (R-Visa). In other words, foreign applicants only need to apply for a Foreign Work Permit to be legally employed in China. This new pilot program introduced in November 2016 and will become available nationwide by April 1st, 2017. Any foreigner currently holding a regular …

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New Visa Updates for Foreign Graduates in China

Good news! Starting 2017, foreigners who have graduated within the last year with a Master Degree from a Chinese university or a non-Chinese university will have the opportunity to apply for a work visa right after you graduate. A statement outlining these requirements for foreign students to apply for this visa has been published by the Ministry of Human Resources, the …

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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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Starting Lean with Trevor Owens


  Trevor Owens Trevor Owens is an author and entrepreneur. The CEO and founder of Lean Startup Machine and Javelin. Owens has helped tens of thousands of startup founders and individuals from organizations including Google, Salesforce, News Corp, Intuit and others, start new businesses around the world. In his book, The Lean Enterprise : How Corporations Can Innovate Like Startups …

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Social Networking Events China: 30th October-21st November

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  Date/Time Event Location 12/11/2015 18:30 – 21:00 AmCham China Northeast Chapter Networking Night   AmCham China Northeast Chapter invites you to join us for an evening of networking and dining in the relaxing ambiance of The Castle Hotel, a Luxury Collection Hotel, Dalian. Don’t miss out on this fantastic opportunity to meet with the AmCham China Northeast Chapter Executive …

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Expat Profile: Mallory Spadaro


Name: Mallory Spadaro Age: 24 Job: Teacher Hi Mallory! Can you tell us a bit about your background and what made you decide to move to Beijing? I was born in Seattle, Washington and grew up in a suburb north of the city. At university I studied poetry and Chinese—the latter on a bit of a whim. About two years …

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The Elevator Life


Names: Nick Ramil and Tim Nybo Could you give us a short introduction of yourselves? We are both from the USA.  Nick is from Portland, Oregon and Tim is from Seattle, Washington.  We met freshmen year at Gonzaga University in 2006.  Our home base is Guangzhou, China, but we spend a good amount of our time traveling around China, greater Asia, …

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Ambassador's Briefing, Heyrobics and Legal Advice


May 2nd, Friday, 14:00. Social Workout. Summer is just around the corner, so start getting your body summer ready! This Friday Heyrobics has a social workout which combines exercise, art and beer all in one session, in collaboration with Surge Arts. For more information, go to the Heyrobics website.  Location: Dongzhimen MOMA May 5th, Monday, 18:00-21:00. Joint Chamber Networking. Get …

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Expat Profile: Brick O'Neal

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  Name: Brick O’Neal Job: Founder of TROUBLE BAR imports Hi Brick! Can you tell us a bit about your background and what made you decide to move to Beijing? Let’s rewind back to when I graduated from Sullivan University in Louisville Kentucky back in 2002 and went on to do an apprenticeship at 610 Magnolia (610 Magnolia St Louisville …

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A Guide to Chinese Visas


For almost all of the world’s citizens, some sort of visa is required for entry into the Mainland. Unfortunately, there is no escaping an often-tedious task of finding the right visa, getting approved and then eventually making it to China. Don’t worry though; because the effort is definitely worth it once you arrive into whatever vibrant metropolis you’ve decided to …

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