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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.

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Chinese students cliff jumping, racist detergent, Chambers in HK uniting + more

Almost a full week here in HK this week – tons of action for Rise as well as IRD visits for clients. On the ground, and on the move.

More bad news for HK banks, just keeps coming.

via Gerard N 

And. Chambers doing something!?

Via Andre Martin
Compare this to Beijing or HK where stepping on grass can freak parents out

And if you didn’t hear about it…maybe you were hiding under a rock, but here it is:

Chinese laundry detergent ad incites fury online for being blatantly racist

Global From Asia News

A fun one! Danny McMillan an expert Amazon seller from the UK shares his experiences as a first time China trade show visitor.


With the banking issues – I have people willing to sell their HK / Chinese company combinations – out of the box Chinese companies structured with what you want.


Hong Kong Supercharged News

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Photo of the Week

MC’d a little at Rise at the startup pad. Love this stuff! 


Sent June 2, 2016

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American internet entrepreneur in China, Asia, and Hong Kong. Helping companies do business globally from Asia

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