China’s Health Food Market

When it comes to the market and where to invest your cheddar, few know better than our business experts at DezanShira. Maybe the health food kick is the place for

The Know How: Where Investors Go Wrong

Recently announced Chinese economic reforms were greeted with fanfare by foreign investors, stirring expectations that broad, truly liberal economic change was just around the corner. The BBC responded by claiming

Is China Taking Back Your Tax Break?

Law enacted at the end of last year are coming true. Do you know which tax insentives your company stands to lose, and which can still be taken advantage of?

China Mobile Game News

As dongguan’s industry moves closer toward tech market. Our business experts have taken the chance to give us some updates on changes in the makers of mobile apps. This year

The Keeper of the Chop

We all need a little help sometimes. This month the professionals at Dezan Shira & Associates share advice on delegating in your China business. In any business, one person delegates

Paying Foreign Employees: Individual Income Tax

For foreigners working in China, determining the applicability of individual income tax to one’s situation involves decoding a set of intersecting criteria and rules. Following this, you will need to

Learning from Experience: The Hows and Whens of Hiring Interns in China

SHANGHAI – Just like in any other country, companies in China often offer internships to young people looking to enter the job market. Typically, this is a win-win situation: the

Breaking Up is Hard to Do: Terminating an Employee in China (Part 2)

Heightened pressure in China’s labor market means that employers are commonly required to terminate employees to optimize their business operations. Legally speaking, however, this is by no means an easy

End of the Line: Terminating an Employee in China (Part 1)

Heightened pressure in China’s labor market means that employers are commonly required to terminate employees to optimize business operations. Legally speaking, this is by no means easy, especially under the

Golden Years: The Coming Investment Boom in China’s Elderly Care Industry

Today, there are more than 200 million senior citizens in China. Fifty percent of them are “empty-nesters” living alone in rural areas, and more than 30 million are disabled. Meanwhile,