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Rugby at the Local and Burnball, May 28th-June 7th

Nick Kennedy, Gonzalo Garcia

May 28th, Wednesday. 7:30. AustCham breakfast with NAB Chief Economist Alan Oster and WSJ’s Dinny McMahon. As the second installment in the Post-Budget Breakfast Series, AustCham will be hosting a breakfast with NAB Chief Economist, Alan Oster, and the Wall Street Journal’s Dinny McMahon, who will provide a post budget economic outlook for Australia with a China focus. This will …

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Opera Bombana

The chocolate ice cream cannelloni was sweet and chewy, but not overpoweringly so

Opera Bombana is renowned chef Umberto Bombana’s first restaurant foray in Beijing. He is perhaps best known for his triple Michelin star restaurant 8½ Otto e Mezzo in Hong Kong. Opera Bombana is situated in Parkview Green, a beautiful high-end shopping mall filled with various bizarre sculptures, but thanks to its location and design, you do not feel like you …

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Expat Profile: Sophie D'Agostino


Name: Sophie D’Agostino Age: 25 Job: Graphic Designer Hi Sophie! Can you tell us a bit about your background and what made you decide to move to Beijing? I was just about to graduate from art college in Scotland, when my boyfriend, who was working in Scotland at the time, was contacted out of the blue about a job opportunity in …

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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 …

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Re-Up Launch Party

Future ingredients

  The official Re-Up Launch party was held on a beautiful, sunny afternoon on the rooftop terrace of Spoonful of Sugar in Dashilar. When we walked in, we were served from a selection of refreshing drinks – a red bull infused cocktail, an organic brut kava, and a delicious kumquat mocktail. We had an afternoon of interesting events ahead of …

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Social Networking Events Beijing: November 13th-December 5th

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November 13th, Thursday. 8:00-9:30. Swedish Chamber: 50 Shades of Red. Joint Chamber Business Breakfast: Nordea’s Senior Analyst Amy Yuan Zhuang will be sharing her thoughts on the developments of the Chinese economy, with a touch of red. China is seeking a different kind of political system (“Chinese style democracy”) and a different kind of market economy than what we know …

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Company Profile: NLGX Design

NLGX Design

Name: NLGX Design Can you explain the concept behind NLGX Design? With NLGX Design we wanted to create an urban original design brand with designs inspired by graphics, materials, and colours of traditional China but with a modern western twist to it. All our graphic T’s for men’s, women’s and kids tell and unique story and message about daily life …

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Get Jinged: JingJobs is now on Wechat!

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JingJobs is now on Wechat! Subscribe for all our JingNews updates and newest Job Listings in China. Just scan the QR code above and receive regular updates! Or, type in our Wechat ID: getjinged. Our Wechat account will be updated every Monday and we will also post any promotional codes that we have in collaboration with other companies, so don’t …

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Kooka Drinks and Welcome Back Networking, August 21-September 13


August 21st, Thursday. 14:30-17:30. BritCham’s Briefing on New UK Visa Services Britain’s Super Priority 24-hour visa service will be launched in August, and significant improvements have been made to the online application process, as announced by Theresa May, the Home Secretary, at the “UK-Chinese Visa Alliance” event on Monday 16 June. We are pleased to invite Lee Edwards, Head of …

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Hong Kong Eats: Fu Lu Shou

Beautiful mural

Hong Kong Eats: Fu Lu Shou   Having never been to Hong Kong before, I was beyond excited to check out a city I had heard so much about. With just three days to explore the sights and take in the hustle and bustle, I hit the ground running straight off the plane. But like any good tourist I had …

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Avoid these Nonverbal Job Interview Mistakes


Avoid these Nonverbal Job Interview Mistakes – Advice for new Jobseekers     1) An astonishing 67% of candidates fail to deliver on one of the most important components of making a good first impression – eye contact. Strong eye contact shows that you have confidence in yourself and more importantly, that you have the ability to engage successfully with …

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Caribeño – A Cuban experience in Beijing

And even yummier

Caribeño – Cuban food in Beijing   Cuban food in Beijing – it sort of sounds like it wouldn’t work right? So when I heard about, Caribeno, a restaurant serving up regional Cuban cuisine, I was eager to go. Stepping into the restaurant is like stepping into a little corner of Havana. The walls are decorated with brightly, Mardi-Gras coloured …

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Making the most of your Study Abroad in China (Part 2)


Making the most of your Study Abroad in China   This detail is often overlooked, but it is crucial. Studying in a new country means different currencies and different banks. Often, your debit card will either not work in China, or if it does, it comes with a hefty transaction fee. Trust me, this is not something that you want …

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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 …

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Set Lunch at Migas Beijing

Roasted dory fish with quinoa (Sadly, I was just reminded of Dory from Finding Nemo)

Set Lunch at Migas Beijing   Beijing is full of amazing lunch deals and perennial favourite Migas has long been known for its affordable and delicious set lunch. The menu changes regularly and when I went, Migas was offering dishes ranging from filled zucchini to beef empanadas. A three-course lunch will set you back a very decent 95 RMB, and …

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Christmas in July and The Feel Good Factor, July 9th-July 25th


July 9th, Wednesday. 17:00-late. State of Origin: Round 3. Come down for Round 3 of State of Origin for the final installment of AustCham’s 2014 State of Origin series at The Local. With cold beer, hot snacks, and a great raffle, this is the best place in town to watch the big game! In preparation for Origin Game III, punters …

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Career Networking and Wine Tasting, July 2nd-July 16th


July 2nd, Wednesday. 18:30-21:00. Joint-Chamber Networking for Young Professionals (BritCham). Looking for chilled after-work drinks in a classy and comfortable atmosphere in a secret alleyway in Sanlitun? Then Parlor is your place! We’ve negotiated the perfect deal for you with the help of our friends at the Benelux and German chambers. On 2 July, Parlor will exclusively open its doors for up …

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Bites around Beijing: Spoonful of Sugar and Fat Duck Edition


Bites around Beijing: Spoonful of Sugar and Fat Duck (Renaissance Hotel) Edition With Beijing starting to heat up, I am constantly in the mood for a refreshing, light summer salad. And I found exactly that in the form of the Chali 2na 查理吞拿 (38 RMB), served at Spoonful of Sugar. A delicate, rejuvenating mixture of glass noodles, spicy tuna, summer asparagus, …

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Company Profile: Big Bear Baked Goods

Muddy Snow cookies -Soft buttery cookies with shaved Belgian chocolate and a center of Ghanaian dark chocolate with coarse sea salt.

Name: Jon Ellis Job: Founder of Big Bear Baked Goods What inspired your move to China? I had been doing a lot of jobs in Chicago before. I was a carpenter, I had worked on restorative properties in the suburbs, I was a barista and I worked at a gym and I just had a lot of jobs that just …

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