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The Importance of Gaining Work Experience While Studying

In recent years it has been becoming harder and harder to find jobs. There are so many people applying for the same positions and just having a degree in the relevant area is no longer good enough to secure that dream job. Employers are looking for more from potential candidates so having international work experience on your CV can really […]

In recent years it has been becoming harder and harder to find jobs. There are so many people applying for the same positions and just having a degree in the relevant area is no longer good enough to secure that dream job. Employers are looking for more from potential candidates so having international work experience on your CV can really […]

Hidden Gems of Shanghai Nightlife

Shanghai is well known for its vibrant nightlife and for playing host to some of the best bars in the world (Bar Rouge has been named in the top 100 on the Best Bars in the World list). Anyone who’s ever been to the city will have heard of M1nt with its famous shark tank, M2 and its over-crowded dance […]

Shanghai is well known for its vibrant nightlife and for playing host to some of the best bars in the world (Bar Rouge has been named in the top 100 on the Best Bars in the World list). Anyone who’s ever been to the city will have heard of M1nt with its famous shark tank, M2 and its over-crowded dance […]

Top 10 Must Have Travel Apps for China

Here’s a list of some of the most useful apps for surviving life in China so when you’re lost in the big city, craving some good, old-fashioned Western food, or having communication problems again you know where to look. They range from dictionaries to maps and even messaging services. All of them are free and they are all available on iPhones, iPads […]

Here’s a list of some of the most useful apps for surviving life in China so when you’re lost in the big city, craving some good, old-fashioned Western food, or having communication problems again you know where to look. They range from dictionaries to maps and even messaging services. All of them are free and they are all available on iPhones, iPads […]

Top 10 Tips for a Successful CV

Two pages and no moreDon’t be fooled into thinking your potential employer wants to know every detail of your previous job, that’s what an interview is for. Your CV is an introduction to your professional skill set and experience, not an essay. So what should be included you ask; your contact details, education, relevant professional experience and key skills. […]

Two pages and no moreDon’t be fooled into thinking your potential employer wants to know every detail of your previous job, that’s what an interview is for. Your CV is an introduction to your professional skill set and experience, not an essay. So what should be included you ask; your contact details, education, relevant professional experience and key skills. […]

Top 10 things to do in Shanghai

Shanghai MuseumShanghai Museum possesses a collection of more than 1, 000, 000 objects and works of art. The museum has eleven galleries and three special exhibition halls. Located in the heart of the city, People’s Square, and with a unique architectural design, Shanghai Museum is not to be missed.How to get there: Take Subway Line 1, 2 or 8 to […]

Shanghai MuseumShanghai Museum possesses a collection of more than 1, 000, 000 objects and works of art. The museum has eleven galleries and three special exhibition halls. Located in the heart of the city, People’s Square, and with a unique architectural design, Shanghai Museum is not to be missed.How to get there: Take Subway Line 1, 2 or 8 to […]

Guest Blog: “Networking is an art, be not afraid to start” Tips & Tricks for Networking in China

Let’s start with a couple of assumptions, if you are reading this you are new to China and do not speak Chinese which leads us to my first observation – You cannot network in China (or I dare to suggest anywhere else) via an interpreter.If this is true there is no point in discussing here the traditional Chinese approach to […]

Let’s start with a couple of assumptions, if you are reading this you are new to China and do not speak Chinese which leads us to my first observation – You cannot network in China (or I dare to suggest anywhere else) via an interpreter.If this is true there is no point in discussing here the traditional Chinese approach to […]