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by Charles Qin Shark Fin House at 131 Little Bourke Street in Melbourne’s Chinatown,...
As the Year of the Metal (techno) Rat is upon us, a couple of...
Simultaneous Mandarin Interpreters Elaine Tian and Charles Qin If you are doing business in China, meeting your Chinese stakeholders is an important way of growing sales and interest. Since COVID all of that has stopped. China may already have forgotten you, or worse, they may be listening to some of the negative propaganda about Australia, […]
By Kate Ritchie We’ve been fielding calls in the last fortnight from well-heeled and struggling Chinese businesspeople in Australia who are wanting to help Australia fight the coronavirus, whether it be to manufacture or import protective equipment or to set up community aid organisations. These individuals have been the beneficiaries of migration to Australia, and […]
By Kate Ritchie Many of our colleagues and clients have been asking us about the best action to take for their Chinese friends and stakeholders during this coronavirus epidemic, so that they can remain in contact and not make any communication errors, but, in fact, build a stronger relationship for the future. There has been […]
by Charles Qin Shark Fin House at 131 Little Bourke Street in Melbourne’s Chinatown, a popular restaurant for over three decades, is one of Melbourne’s iconic Yum Cha destinations. Since the outbreak of the Coronavirus, its business has plummeted and patronage has fallen by 80%. Mr Gabriel Chan, the owner, laid off more than 50 […]