Home » Tag Archives: global

Tag Archives: global

What Could Happen in China in 2015? by Gordon Orr (Part 2)

china jingjobs beijing

Part 1 here. Where will growth come from? The result of all of this is that drivers of economic growth will be harder to find in 2015. Increasing consumption has accounted for more than 50 percent of GDP growth for the past couple years. Its share, for reasons laid out above, will likely be smaller next year. Infrastructure investment is …

Read More »

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 …

Read More »

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, …

Read More »

The Importance of Living Abroad


We’ve all heard the importance of travelling. We live in an increasingly international age, where globalization is rampant, so it is essential to gain a well-rounded view of the world. If you travel when you are young, you are at a time in your life when generally speaking, you’re pretty free. You do not have a family of your own …

Read More »

Spring Balls and Networking

Swedish Chamber of Commerce

April 17th Thursday, 19.30-22.30. FC Club (Beijing) Expats, Overseas Returnees and Professionals Networking Evening. Are you an expat from America, Canada, Australia, New Zealand, UK, Germany, France, Japan, Singapore, Malaysia etc.? Or you are oversea returnees who have worked or studied in one of the cities? Or you are working a foreign enterprise? Join us on the 17th April at …

Read More »

Breakfast Seminar: Leadership Pipeline, 15th April


15th April, 2014. From 8:00- 10:00An in-depth exploration of how the Leadership Pipeline concept with few simple initiatives can significantly increase the execution power of your organisation and transform your organisation into a talent factory. The German Chamber along with the Danish Chamber and the Swiss Chamber have invited Kent Jonasen to deliver this master class to help to fully understand …

Read More »

Summer Courses in China


If going to China seems incredibly daunting, don’t worry because Jing Jobs has gathered a selection of amazing summer courses on in Beijing and Shanghai this summer! A summer course is the perfect way to broaden your horizons and dip your feet into another culture. The length of the program means that you have the chance to see if you …

Read More »

Ericsson Company Visit and Crash Course to the Forbidden City, May 8th-23rd


May 8th, Thursday, 19:00-21:00. Ericsson Company Visit. This Ericsson Company visit is a rare opportunity not to be missed by! The visit provides a chance to network with Ericsson employees and other young professionals. You can expect a range of interesting topics to be covered in this visit, such as: -Strategic reasons and decisions to engage in China -Global leverage …

Read More »

Affordable Art and the 3rd Beijing Environment and Healthy Lifestyle Fair, June 5th-June 28th


June 5th, Thursday. 19:00-23:00. Affordable Art Sale. Interested in art but find the prices too high? Don’t miss this opportunity to buy amazing work from local artists at Beijing’s newest creative hub, the Meridian Space. Location: the Meridian Space, Building 8, C&C Park, 77 Meishuguan Hou Jie,  Dongcheng district June 6th, Friday. 12:15. Old China Hands Monthly Luncheon. A monthly lunch get together …

Read More »

Social Networking Events Beijing: October 3rd-October 31st

jingjobs the hutong beijing

September 20th – October 31st. 14:00-17:30. Save the Date: Internship/Job Networking and Fair. Are you looking for an foreign internship in Shanghai? Do you want to gain more experience in China?
 Expatree brings different companies across various industries and regions in China of whom provide a wide range of internship offers for foreign students and young professionals. We are looking …

Read More »

What to Expect When Joining a Chinese Company


So you’ve moved to China, and you’ve managed to get yourself a job – but you might be worried. For a Western professional, moving to a wholly new workplace and environment is understandably very intimidating. Office culture in Mainland China can be a source of confusion, stress and embarrassment, so we have compiled a few pieces of advice for anyone joining …

Read More »

Company Profile: Uber


Company: Uber Could you tell us how Uber started? The origin of Uber dates back to Paris, at the LeWeb internet conference in 2008. When Travis Kalanick and his friend Garrett Camp failed to get a taxi in the streets, Garrett had an idea: What if riders could “push a button and a car shows up”. Travis decided to realise …

Read More »

Social Networking Events and Shanghai Job Fair, July 16 – September 20

Networking Events Beijing

Social Networking in Beijing and Shanghai Job Fair, July 16 – September 20 This week we’ve included notable networking events and job fairs in both Shanghai and Beijing. July 16th, Wednesday. 15:30-17:30.  Employee Retention: Retaining and Keeping happy Local Talent. The European Chamber of Commerce is pleased to invite you to attend the second edition of People Matters series of …

Read More »

Expat Profile: Claire


Name: Claire Isabella Hackett Age: 22 Job: Student Hi Claire! Can you tell us a bit about your background and what made you decide to move to Qingdao? I’m from a mixed background – Vietnamese/English/Dutch and I was born and raised in Hong Kong. I went to German Swiss International School and went to university at McGill in Montreal (A …

Read More »