Tag Archives: services

The quality controller

An interview with Cyrus Ma, Vice Chairman of the Chamber’s Quality and Safety Services Working Group

Going global with education: Internationalising the Chinese curriculum and what it means for European businesses

In the several decades since China’s opening and reform in the late 1970s, China’s education system has evolved in an unprecedented manner.

Digital tourism

With China’s outbound tourism ready to shake global tourism trends, European nations need to reinvent strategies to reach out to young Chinese consumers

Are you being served?

China’s serviced office market is the largest in Asia, with a network of more than 150 quality serviced offices across 12 cities.

At your service

China’s service sector has been given increased importance since the launch of the China (Shanghai) Pilot Free Trade Zone (CSPFTZ) and its Negative List approach and the subsequent Third Plenum Decision last year. It is notable that the Negative List underwent a revision on 1st…

HR

Adapting to Change

An amendment to Chinese Employment Contract Law (the Amendment) provides new challenges for businesses operating in China

ageing population

Elderly Care, an Immature Market

China’s rapidly ageing population coupled with an expanding middle class means that increasing numbers of elderly Chinese people will be looking for private senior care in the future

water pollution

Managing Water for More Desirable Cities

A decent sewer system is one of the most important infrastructure elements of a city without which civilised, healthy living and protection from flooding is just not possible.

Bureau Veritas

Do the Right Thing: Energy Audit and Its Benefits

When considering the industries that can have an adverse affect on the environment, it’s easy to fall into the trap of just laying the blame at the feet of the more visible culprits

Beijing United Family Hospital

Health, Wealth and Happiness

When China’s new leadership designated improvements to public healthcare as a priority it was made clear that private hospitals would need to play an important role