Foreign travelers have several options for transit visa exemptions when traveling through China between two different countries, including 24, 72, or 144 hour transit visa exemptions.
China’s notoriously grueling ‘996’ work culture – working 12 hours a day (9 am to 9 pm) and six days a week – has recently come under the spotlight.
We highlight key aspects of China’s labor market in 2019, including labor costs, job preferences, talent shortages, and relaxation of hukou limits.
A guide outlining how to calculate and withhold individual income tax (IIT) for both resident and non-resident individuals in China.
From April 1, 2019, the social insurance contribution base lower and upper limits will increase in Shanghai. Find out what this means for your business.
Shanghai’s minimum wage will increase on April 1, 2019. Find out what this means for your business.
China has confirmed how it will implement the “six-year rule” to determine foreign workers’ tax residency in the country. We explain the latest clarifications announced.
The move to slash employers’ social insurance obligations is part of China’s broader agenda to reduce costs for businesses, together with tax cuts and removing administrative hurdles.