Bringing The World Up To Date

Most of us try to help whenever possible, but then there are some people who take aid to the next level. For those, we stand in awe, wondering how we

New Vegetarianism in China

The slow rise of variety in china has given way to many new ideas and ways of living. One of these changes will alter patterns of meat consumption, which is

Work Permits for Foreigners

These days, China is tightening up employment law to better organize foreign contributors. If you aren’t legal you might pay a high price. As part of our mission to provide

The Art of Lending A Hand

There are plenty of people who just find their comfort zone and never push for more. For Chris Roberts, chairman of AustCham, this is not the case. There is a

The Hardest Things Worth Doing

Stop everything you’re doing right now and ask yourself if you’re happy with your life. If not, make your life goal to find out why. A long road usually isn’t

The New Internet Censorship

China has tightened the web with new censorship laws. To avoid letting your webspace fall into the void, we recommend you learn all the necessary regulations. China’s new Online Publishing

Disabled Workers In China

The disabled are more able than they are given credit for, and employing disabled workers is useful for society The fallout from China’s abolishment of its one-child policy has taken

Creating Your Faraway Home

“When I came to this world, I have nothing; when I go, I’ll have nothing… I never pursue ego; I don’t care, as long as I’m happy.” He isn’t just

China Legal Warngles

Legal disputes in China are not as difficult as they sometimes seem… For foreign investors running businesses in China, it is very likely that they would find themselves feeling wronged

The Man with The Golden Touch

HERE! sits down with the original trailblazer for the local hotel industry, Dongguan’s Mr hotel… Blazered and bow tied, in an upscale Japanese-style bar in the heart of Dongcheng, sipping