Opportunity always knocks at these signature HR themed networking events in Beijing. However, you have to be there to open the door and let the opportunity in.Colin has been organising these Beijing networking events since March 2007 and they remain immensely popular attracting, on average, 120 – 140 people. Some of whom are looking for jobs, some for staff, some for career mentoring and some for clients.Normally representatives from 10 -15 Executive Search / Headhunter companies attend. Many…See More
HI, sorry, i am possibly the worlds worst Beijing stuff message checker, although i think i will make a point of trying harder from now. How have you been enjoying the festive season? Did you do anything for Christmas, the New Year, and what are your plans for the spring festival?
I spent my New Year in Shanghai with some friends from New Zealand. I am going to Xi'an tomorrow for a week and hope to spend my spring festival in Tianjing.
I am going to be moving to a new apartment sometime early in February, the apartment is in Wangjing, Chaoyang district. It is so interesting, being in Wangjing is not really like living in China, everyone there seems to speak Korean, so interesting. When I went there I got given free Kimchi because they liked my Korean :-) hahah.... (see, learning languages pays off!!!)
OK, this 'short message' is turning into more of a novel sized email, so I will end it here. I wish you all the best for your Spring festival... have a good day from me (and rupert!)
Hey, how are you today? Beijing is cold :-) so cold... These days i have been painfully busy working, studying and working (need to find a better job). Anyway, how are you these days? Are you happy, relaxed, healthy?
Yes the Chinese culture is is one of the oldest in the world, if not the oldest where as Canadian culture is young and is a collection of from all cluture groups.. The oldest canadian Culture is our first nations people and it is just becoming know to many from Canada.