Italian man helps companies rebrand
Sitting in a coffee shop in Nanshan District, Gianvito D’Onghia played a video on his laptop and explained how he and his colleagues planned a branding campaign for a Chinese lingerie brand for the Valentine’s Day last year.
Good technology environment keeps Frenchman in Shenzhen
Quick logistics, convenient e-commerce services and an environment conducive to purchasing hardware components have been the major reasons why Yannick Silva has stayed in Shenzhen for over a decade.
Indian doctor tells you how to take care of children
DR. A. S. Karthikeyan, an Indian specialist in ophthalmology, came to Shenzhen two years ago at the invitation of Professor Dennis Lam, the founder and president of C-MER (Shenzhen) Dennis Lam Eye Hospital.
Romanian enjoys engaging in catering business
The 31-year-old, who is 194 cm tall and usually well-dressed in a suit, has worked in the hospitality industry for almost seven years and has been living in Shenzhen for four and a half years.
German maker finds innovation in Shenzhen
The German maker came to Shenzhen 2 years ago. “For electronics, Shenzhen is the main city in the world,” said Mann, adding that electronic development is much faster in Shenzhen.
Visa | Guangdong to apply new work visa for foreign employees
Guangdong is among the first batch of pilot regions to implement new work permit system for foreign employees. The new system is to simplify the procedure for applying working visa, which is going to integrate the two types of visa to one.
Future II wins MoneyGram’s G.O.A.L. Football Tournament in Guangzhou
MoneyGram’s Guangzhou Open African League(G.O.A.L.), a new five-a-side football tournament, closed out last Saturday (November 5) with Future II winning the inaugural title in Guangzhou, China.
Mongolian media delegation impressed by Guangzhou's tradition and modernity
The Mongolian delegation consists of local editor, journalist and director started their tour in China. After 3-day-visit of Guizhou, a southwestern province with vivid minority culture in China, the group arrived at Guangzhou to explore another experience of China.
Intl. school director says expat student population not growing
Scott D'Alterio has been in Shenzhen for five years. In total, the director of QSI International School of Shenzhen and board member of the European Chamber South China Chapter has been teaching overseas for 23 years.
Michael Norton: Shenzhen should become the world center for environmental innovation