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30 Jan, 2017

The British Embassy (Beijing) would like to invite you to join the Marine Energy Mission to China between February 15th and 17th, 2017. The mission will visit Qingdao in Shandong Province and Zhoushan in Zhejiang province, two of the three key regions designated by China’s central government to test and harness China’s marine energy resources. Full story >

19 Jan, 2017

UWE are recruiting local organisations with an HR department to host work-based study projects for postgraduate students on our MSC Human Resource Management course. Full story >

Bristol Mayor signs up for closer trade links with China

15 Dec, 2016

Bristol and Guangzhou have announced a further strengthening of economic and trade links to mark the 15th anniversary of their sister city partnership. Full story >

West is Best for Business Opportunities

18 Nov, 2016

By Tim Davies Head of the Bristol office of Colliers International Full story >

Training & digital learning consultancy takes its expertise to Hong Kong

17 Nov, 2016

Training and digital learning consultancy Hewlett Rand is making its mark in Hong Kong having secured a contract with the Hong Kong Institute of Bankers (HKIB). Full story >

28 Oct, 2016

Imported food and beverage is big business in China. While Chinese consumers may be buying more locally-made goods overall, foreign fare is one of the shining segments for exporters around the world. Chinese shoppers are trading up, adopting more international tastes and continue to worry about the health and safety of locally-produced provisions. Full story >

How China's biggest search engine aims to fix a huge crisis in healthcare

28 Oct, 2016

Baidu - China's biggest search engine - has introduced an artificial intelligence-powered chatbot to connect with patients, field medical questions and suggest diagnoses to doctors. Full story >

11 Oct, 2016

View the slides from the Sustainable Building China Bureau Pow Wow by Barry Wilson. Full story >

03 Oct, 2016

The EU Referendum Brexit vote has prompted many businesses to start seeking opportunities outside the EU, and the UK government must now negotiate bilateral trade agreements which will help lower ‘entry barriers’ to non-European markets. Full story >