While Santa Claus Is Watching, So Are Others

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Dear Global Business Enthusiast,

Michael Michelini (@michelini) here. You’re getting this email because you requested my periodic thoughts on international business from Hong Kong.

[Edit: Actually, it’s possible that you’ve never gotten an email from me. Somebody might have just given you the link to this page, which is an online archive of an email that I sent to folks who had asked for it. If you’d like to get articles like this in your inbox, totally free, about once a week or two, give me your email address.]
This week: Protest Turnout Has Decreased and Hong Kong Society is Calmer, Says Leader Carrie Lam, Stories Behind Hong Kong Districts: Tsim Sha Tsui – the Beach that Reached to Become a Major Tourism and Shopping Hub, China Has Been Building What it Calls “the World’s Biggest Camera Surveillance Network  and Five Activities for Hong Kong Kids for Christmas and the New Year


As our last newsletter of 2017, I want to say thank you for reading. Time goes so fast – as GFA grows, my kids grow, life goes fast but we need to appreciate it. I hope you are appreciative of your accomplishments. New years means this to me.

Congratulations to our lucky draw winners (David H, Andy C, and Cory T) – from the entries that have completed our survey, we have picked our winners. If you didn’t yet lock in your early bird tickets for Cross Border Summit, you have until Dec 31

Welcome to GFA Pulse #154



Business News From Around Asia


Seems ….good, or bad?
Human as we are, we all have the urge to protest to something we don’t agree to. Some protest silently and others do it in a way that many are able to hear or recognize them. Maybe that is what is happening in Hong Kong these days?

A bit of history on this district where the GFA Office is located:
Stories Behind Hong Kong Districts: Tsim Sha Tsui – the Beach that Reached to Become a Major Tourism and Shopping Hub 
TST (Tsim Sha Tsui) is a major tourist destination in Hong Kong with many high class restaurants, hotels, shopping center and scenic views. Also known as the most bustling and lively district in Hong Kong, Tsim Sha Tsui’s history is quite the opposite of its current state.

Santa Claus or Big Brother 1984?
China Has Been Building What it Calls “the World’s Biggest Camera Surveillance Network
Across the country, 170 million CCTV cameras are already in place and an estimated 400 million new ones will be installed in the next three years.

Via Chris Moore

Maybe I’ll take Miles and Maggie (my kids)
Five Activities for Hong Kong Kids for Christmas and the New Year
The evolution of technology comes with pros and cons. One of the most common cons it has brought is most children are already exposed to mobile phones, tablets, iPad, etc., at an early age. Spending more time playing computer or mobile games means spending lesser time engaging healthy physical activities and too much exposure to these gadgets can cause a serious health problem. Why don’t we engage with some fun outside activities instead?

From the Global From Asia Media Desk

This week’s podcast

This is an interview I am slipping in during the holiday season hoping a bunch of people skip past it. Then again, it is those interviews or that kind of content that you are holding your breath on when you publish that gets the most reactions. I was with my friend, lets call him StuCanDo, who wishes to not reveal himself, while I was in Shanghai. We were chatting about some of the story of Global from Asia (GFA) and then thought why not just record this. And – that is how we have today’s show, enjoy!

Shanghai Trip Bonus 2 for 1: Factory To Consumer + Behind the Scenes GFA Story


This week’s blog post

Looking for a group that has your best interests at heart for your cross e-commerce business? As things have developed here in the South of China in preparation for the upcoming Cross Border Matchmaker, great things have been happening. Shaking hands and building relationships with other top organizations in the cross border ecommerce industry in China and overseas, we have come together and united the clans (making me think of a Braveheart movie reference).

A New Association For Cross Border E-Commerce

This coming January 13, 2018 at exactly 10am to 12noon, Global From Asia will be heading to Philippines! It will be presented by Mike Michelini, an American internet marketer that has been based in China for over 10 years doing ecommerce and online businesses. Let’s dive into the mindset and strategies for successful sourcing from China. 

Working with Chinese Suppliers & Logistics Providers for Cross-Border Trading / E-Commerce


We bring together all the various services under 1 roof. Stop searching around reading expired website sales offers and emailing to inbox oblivion. Browse our network of active service providers that have listed their offering in black and white terms.

The role of being the business assistant in Shenzhen is a very diverse position. The person should be able to work independently and creatively. Each day there will be new tasks to do and things to learn. They will meet people from around Shenzhen as well as around the world.
 
Bens, Founder of IrobotBox, has more than ten years of management experience on cross-border e-commerce, started his business in 2008. In 2011, his previous company became a supplier of many foreign group-buying websites. In 2014, IrobotBox was founded, focusing on industry strategy research, business management, logistics management and system development, deeply involved in operation mode of cross-border e-commerce and the present situation of industry ecosystem.

 

Sent December 28, 2017

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Hong Kong

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