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for what? they burn billions of dollars!

traditional chinese joss paper(ancestor money) – papercraft burnt as an offering for ancestors – is becoming popular among people outside china looking for a way to pay their respects to their ancestors or deceased loved ones.

for what? they burn billions of dollars!

joss paper is usually burnt at funerals or during china’s traditional ghost festival, which falls on august 15 this year

 

the paper is most commonly printed to resemble money, or fashioned into items such as houses, cars, household appliances, even the latest model smartphones. 

 

for what? they burn billions of dollars!

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burning these paper items is believed to help one’s ancestors enjoy prosperity in the afterlife.

 

this tradition has been celebrated in china for thousands of years. although it’s most popular among older people in rural areas, even in china’s biggest cities you can catch sight of people burning joss offerings during the ghost festival. 

 

for what? they burn billions of dollars!

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but the practice has been discouraged by many local governments due to mounting concerns about air pollution and the potential fire hazard.

 

some foreigners have even taken up the tradition of using joss paper to worship their ancestors. 

 

for what? they burn billions of dollars!

look at these pictures, some show you what it is, and how it looks like.

for what? they burn billions of dollars!

for what? they burn billions of dollars!

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some show you the difference of ancestor money between different banks.

for what? they burn billions of dollars!

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some show you how it burns. 

 

for what? they burn billions of dollars!

for what? they burn billions of dollars!

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and some even hold a lecture to tell you ancestor money testimony

 

for what? they burn billions of dollars!

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data released by aliexpress, alibaba’s international e-commerce platform, shows that buyers of joss objects can be found in the united states, russia, and in many parts of europe. 

 

for what? they burn billions of dollars!

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joss items commonly bought by people outside china include cash, cars, smartphones, and airplanes.

 

for what? they burn billions of dollars!

 

people have long used play money to represent real money, but who needs toys when chinese culture has designed something especially for this purpose! with such a long history of spiritual use, hell notes carry with it ancient energy and a powerful message communicated with spirit. such long-practiced techniques carry with them their own power which has been nurtured over time. 

 

there are many different beliefs surrounding the use of hell money including the idea that burning paper money equates making an advance payment into an afterlife bank account. once deceased the bank account can be accessed in heaven. 

for what? they burn billions of dollars!

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in addition, paper money is burned on behalf of ancestors who are in the underworld as an offering to ‘the king of hell‘. the payment can help decrease punishment, pay karmic debts, or result in a shorter stay. alternately, ancestors who are doing fairly well in the afterlife may use this money to buy needed or lavish items. 

 

additionally, spirit money and objects are used as symbols of transformation. burning these items increases their value and serves as a payment of spiritual debts. when a living person worships a god at a local temple the goal is after to ask for favor or blessings. 

 

for what? they burn billions of dollars!

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the person then attempts to pay their karmic debt through community work or monetary donations to the temple, etc. 

 

however, no one ever completely pays their karmic debt while alive, therefore living family members continue to pay their ancestor’s debts through the offertory burning of spirit money. when the dead have paid their debt they are able to obtain a new body and fate and continue their cycle on the karmic circle of life. 

 


ninety percent of the joss paper produced in china comes from a small village called mibei in hebei province. the village has embraced e-commerce, turning this traditional craft into an industry worth billions of yuan each year.

for what? they burn billions of dollars!

respect! once begged for food, now he is an nba champion!

first, always remember where you are from!

when drake says, “started from the bottom, now i’m here” it packs a punch because he means it. however, drake’s come-up story doesn’t hold a candle to serge ibaka’s. ibaka revealed a detail about his early life in the congo this week that proves just how inspirational his rise to success really is.”

 

respect! once begged for food, now he is an nba champion!

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ibaka spent his formative years in the city of brazzaville, the capital of the republic of congo. a developing country in central africa scarred by its history of violence but recognized for its impeccable cuisine and music culture. 

 

according to the oklahoman, the nba champion was the youngest of 18 children born to his father, desire ibaka

 

respect! once begged for food, now he is an nba champion!

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yup, you read that right. ibaka had 18 siblings, but he only grew up with 10 of them.

 

with that many siblings, you feel like it would be hard to remain close, but according to ibaka, that wasn’t the case. “family pride is very important to me, which is also a common thing in africa. you grow up with a strong sense of family … we took care of each other,” he said during an interview with the media outlet.

 

ibaka’s life was rough from the get-go. 

 

according to history locker, his mother passed away when he was a child, and his father was imprisoned during the second congo war, a war that took place from 1998 to 2003. 

 

his father was jailed for trying to move his family away from the conflict.

 

so, how did ibaka rise above all this to become a basketball superstar? well, thankfully, the future raptor escaped to france when he was 17. 

 

respect! once begged for food, now he is an nba champion!

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he eventually moved to spain and taught himself how to speak spanish, and that is where his basketball career first began.

 

through talent and tenacity, ibaka finally gained enough notice in a european league that the seattle supersonic drafted him in 2008. ibaka was the first player from the congo to ever be selected in an nba draft, and well, the rest is history.

 

flash forward to this tuesday. serge ibaka returns home to the congo to eat a full meal at the restaurant where he begged for leftovers as a child — larry o’brien championship trophy at his side. 

 

respect! once begged for food, now he is an nba champion!

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from begging leftovers 15 years ago to coming back as an nba champion to eat a full meal at the same restaurant in congo. sometimes life is like a movie, and this script is written by god only,” wrote ibaka in an emotional instagram post.

 

not many people’s lives get to go full circle like the way ibaka’s did. thankfully, by the looks of his recent social media posts, he isn’t taking one second of it for granted.

 

respect! once begged for food, now he is an nba champion!

to get 30,000rmb subsidy in china! new policy!

to get 30,000rmb subsidy in china! new policy!
to get 30,000rmb subsidy in china! new policy!

alex runs a trading company in china, and employee lucy started his career in 2014. in 2019, alex resigned lucy. lucy applied for labor arbitration and asked the company to pay more than 300,000 yuan!

to get 30,000rmb subsidy in china! new policy!
no way!
to get 30,000rmb subsidy in china! new policy!

 

to get 30,000rmb subsidy in china! new policy!
to get 30,000rmb subsidy in china! new policy!

when the employee is dismissed during the trial period, the company is sued by the employee to illegally terminate the labor contract?!

to get 30,000rmb subsidy in china! new policy!
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to get 30,000rmb subsidy in china! new policy!

 

to get 30,000rmb subsidy in china! new policy!
to get 30,000rmb subsidy in china! new policy!

the employee’s theft of the company’s property was dismissed due to serious violations. why did the company still have to pay economic compensation?

to get 30,000rmb subsidy in china! new policy!
what’s wrong?
to get 30,000rmb subsidy in china! new policy!

 

a great deal of foreign businessmen have encountered similar problems as above because they don’t know china’s labour law. since then, we want to arrange a lecture to explain related china’s labour contract law to all of you.

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as an enterprise operator, with the growth of the company, in addition to keeping the company’s profits “alive”, you should also timely prevent all kinds of labor risks related to “employees” in the operation process.
an early familiarity with china’s labour contract law will make business easier; at the same time, to understand china’s employment subsidy policy driven by entrepreneurship can enjoy government subsidies up to 30,000 rmb!

do’s & don’ts of

employment issues in china

*only for business operations and managers (company leader, general manager, hr director)

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2019.8.28.14:00-17:30pm

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seine river conference hall, 4th floor of ocean hotel (no. 412, huanshidong rd. yuexiu district, guangzhou, china)
to get 30,000rmb subsidy in china! new policy!
business casual
to get 30,000rmb subsidy in china! new policy!
included

key points of the lecture

“legal risks and measures to deal with in labor contracts”
1

introduction

  • common types of labor under chinese law

  • difference between labor relations, service relations and labor dispatch

2

legal risk control in the 

labor contract management

  • what are the necessary terms for a chinese labor contract?

  • how to enter into and renew a labor contract?

  • how is the labor contract fulfilled and changed?

 
3

legal risk control of the 

recruitment stage

  • personnel operation precautions during the induction process

  • how should the probation period be agreed?

  • how to terminate the labor relationship during the trial period?

4

legal risk control in the rescission 

and termination of labor contracts

  • under what circumstances can the labor contract be terminated?

  • resolving the operational points of labor relations of disciplinary employees

  • under what circumstances can the labor contract be terminated?

  • how is the economic compensation after the rescission or termination calculated?

5

common legal risks of 

work injury insurance

  • work injury identification and responsibility

  • can commercial insurance replace work-related injury insurance?

  • the difference problem that injury insurance is not according to legal level pay to cause.

  • whether agreement does not pay for work-related injury insurance?

6

issues concerning foreigners’ work visas and labor contracts

  • what conditions should a company employ if it employs foreigners?

  • what conditions should foreigners be employed?

  • what are the consequences of a company that employs foreigners without legal conditions?

  • can foreign employees enter into a non-fixed-term labor contract?

  • what are the do’s and don’ts for foreign employees’ social security issues?

“interpretation of the employment subsidy policy driven by entrepreneurship”
7

method to get employment subsidy in china

  • the specific scope, objects and standards of the employment subsidy policy promoted by guangzhou city

  • specific declaration process of guangzhou city employment subsidy policy driven by entrepreneurship

  • how to apply for the subsidy of maximum 30,000rmb?!

we will invite lecturers from pw & partners, with senior industry experience in labor law, corporate law, ip law, competition law and dispute resolution, to explain to you this time.

speakers

 

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to get 30,000rmb subsidy in china! new policy!

to get 30,000rmb subsidy in china! new policy!

pw & partners is an international boutique law firm providing dedicated legal services across the spectrum of labor law, corporate law, ip law, competition law and dispute resolution.
in 2019, pw & partners is selected as thomson reuters asia legal business (alb) 10 china firms to watch and recommended chinese labour law team by legal 500.
to get 30,000rmb subsidy in china! new policy!

the majority of lawyers in pw & partners are bilingual (chinese and english). many of pw lawyers studied and worked overseas.

as one of the few authorized cross-border law firms authorized by the all-china lawyers association and guangdong lawyers association, pw & partners understand the culture of foreign companies and the challenges they confront.
pw & partners’ lawyers share one philosophy – putting their client’s interests first to achieve the best possible results for that client.
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how to sign up?

method 1
scan the qr-code as below to register
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method 2
add our consultant called coco to register. 
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opportunity is rare.
seats are limited.
early registration enjoy preferential prices!
looking forward to see you there!

organizers

hacos business services, a business services company, focuses on providing comprehensive services solutions for global foreign trade industry.
established in may 2014, we provide business consulting services for foreign trade enterprises, including business agency, tax planning, accounting, visa services, and ipr services. 

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in less than 2 years, our company is more advanced than peers in company size and client numbers. over 50% re-introducing rate, low churn rate, and high renewal rate help us gain reputation and lay a foundation for import & export agency, international logistics and other services. 
simultaneously, setting a foothold on pearl river delta, hacos international logistics promotes business activities in major port cities of china and especially in the middle east, the red sea and india-pakistan to african lane.

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“excellent service”, the principle cultural core of hacos. until now,we have helped and served clients from over 120 countries and regions around the world, and therein there are over 2,000 enterprises are in-depth cooperation.

chinese netizens debate on women’s freedom of dressing in public

 

chinese netizens fiercely debated on “freedom of dressing” for women following an incident in which a chinese actress wore what seem deemed to be overexposed sun-tops in public.

 

chinese netizens debate on women's freedom of dressing in public

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an article reminding netizens of last month’s controversy over “bold” dressing of reyizha alimjan went viral on chinese social media on monday, saying that it reflected that chinese women still could not decide what they could wear nowadays. they lack “freedom of dressing.” 

 

reyizha alimjan, 33, was revealed to be wearing a yellow low-cut tank top in the airport back in july. some net user criticized her, saying that the tank top she was wearing was too revealing. 

 

she can only draw attention by bearing her breasts rather than her drama series,” said a net user.

 

some even said reyizha was like a “tart” who wanted to use the provocative dressing to attract attention. 

 

sorry, i am too unsightly for you guys. i am trying to lose my weight,” alimjan posted on sina weibo on july 31.

chinese netizens debate on women's freedom of dressing in public

chinese netizens debate on women's freedom of dressing in public

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however, she commented under the post saying that “please be confident girls. whether you are fat or slim, good-looking or not, you are always the special one! just be yourself and love yourself.

 

the post had over 200,000 likes as of press time. 

 

a girl, no matter what shape or color she has, has her own freedom in dressing. and on this premise, she should not be restricted and prevented by others, and should not be evaluated and discussed through any forms like words and actions,” read the monday article.  

 

the article also said the situation is better overseas as women can wear a bikini on the beach and wear sexy tank-top on the street without any concern in foreign countries. 

 

however, it said that women in china would probably face malicious comments, vulgar jokes, and even humiliating words if they are “overexposed.”

 

the article triggered heated discussion online. some net users agreed with it saying that “chinese males always like to talk about female’s looking and dressing” while “a girl should have the right to decide what to wear.” 

 

but some people said they were offended as the article was smearing the image of chinese men while flattering foreign men. 

 

that is ridiculous. the writer is depriving other’s right of speech while striving for a right she already has,” said a net user. 

 

i don’t think she is telling the truth. i only see her inciting of gender rivalry and she knows nothing about respect,” said another. 

 

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chinese netizens debate on women's freedom of dressing in public

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