How to Hire a Foreigner in China: This article describes the complexities found by foreign companeis when hiring foreign workers in China.
It is no surprise that in order to be able to legally work in China, just like … Read More

An Introduction of the Value-Added-Tax (VAT) in China
(Scroll down for China’s New VAT Policy 2017)
VAT is considered as a neutral tax in China that allows businesses to deduct their contributions paid on business-relevant purchases or operations from their own corresponding VAT rate. In China, … Read More

China’s New Work Visa Policy 2017

Last update: June 30th, 2017
China’s new work visa policy implemented by the government will eventually affect all foreigners employed in the Mainland. These new policies are meant to simplify the process and paperwork, and to increase the quality … Read More

Main Concerns Employers Must Keep in Mind When Terminating an Employment Contract
Regardless of the country or industry, employers face many difficulties and need to make tough decisions. Some of these include organization restructuring, business integration, change of operation mode, enterprise relocation, asset reorganization, etc. … Read More

This article will explain you how to set-up a WFOE (WOFE) in China, including: types, advantages & limitations, procedures, taxation, common mistakes to avoid and factors to consider before setting up one. 
The Wholly Foreign-Owned Enterprise (WFOE) is a limited liability company (LLC) wholly owned … Read More

Flourishing Property and Real Estate in China
The stock markets in China have increased by one percent this past week according to the Wall Street Journal. This is most likely due to the fact that investors are still enjoying … Read More

A well-designed and enforceable contract dramatically increases the likelihood of a successful commercial exchange in China.

Doing business in China entails significant risks for those unfamiliar with its legal, regulatory, and commercial environment. A well-drafted sales contract and its formation process mitigate such risks by providing clarification to the objective of … Read More

Extended durations will enable Chinese travelers to have easier access to the United States, but could also result in a surge in wealthy nationals moving away for good, as Wang Qian reports.
Improvement in visa regulations for Chinese tourists is a good idea to boost the Chinese … Read More

On June 30th 2012, the Chinese legislature adopted a new Law of the People’s Republic of China on Exit-Entry Administration (“the New Law”). It replaces the PRC Law on Administration of the Exit and Entry of Citizens and the PRC Law on Administration of the Exit and Entry … Read More

Supreme Court: Work-related Injury Insurance Benefits and Third-party Tort Compensation Both Available
 The Supreme People’s Court released the Provisions of the Supreme People’s Court on Certain Issues Concerning the Trial of Administrative Cases Involving Work-related Injury Insurance (“Provisions”). The Provisions take effect on September 1st, … Read More