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avoid doing these things in wechat! do’s & don’ts!

chatting online is now a national pastime in china, especially among the post-’90s generation. to the uninitiated however, online chats can seem like the wild west of polite conversation

yet hidden rules and standards do exist, as long as you take the time to look for them. so today, let’s take a closer look at some wechat do’s and don’ts.

avoid doing these things in wechat! do's & don'ts!

general etiquette 

 

1

when sending a friend request, include your real name and any other identifying information. remember, everybody’s time is precious. if there’s something you want, cut right to the chase.

2

never send an “are you there?” without any follow-up messages. the quicker that you get to the point, the more likely the other person is to reply.

avoid doing these things in wechat! do's & don'ts!

3

please send texts, not voice messages. it might be easier for you to speak than type, but what about the person on the other end? they may be unable to listen to a 59-second message right now. also, never send personal information by voice message — that is hard to note down.


avoid doing these things in wechat! do's & don'ts!

 

4

emojis, gifs and memes can save the day when you find yourself in an embarrassing conversation, or words fail you. also, try adding a tilde (“~”) to the end of your messages, it can help soften the tone.

5

think before you type, and then type quickly. there’s nothing worse than seeing the flickering “typing…” indicator for minutes on end, without anything being received.

avoid doing these things in wechat! do's & don'ts!

6

you can always judge a person’s mood by the length of their text messages.

avoid doing these things in wechat! do's & don'ts!

7

if the person you’re talking to says “good night” or “i’m going to take a shower” that’s probably not what they’re actually going to do, it’s just an excuse to stop talking to you.

8

use wechat to communicate with friends and relatives. use phone calls for acquaintances and strangers.

avoid doing these things in wechat! do's & don'ts!

9

if someone hesitates for longer than three seconds before saying “yes”, they probably really mean “no”.

10

if you receive these emojis  from friends who are older, read them literally (as a smile, a wave or a laugh). for the post-’90s generation, however, they could indicate speechlessness.

wechat moment etiquette 

 

if your friends or colleagues are posting about the same things on their wechat moments, be careful to “like” each and every one, or else ignore them all. otherwise, the people you miss might be upset with you!

never post videos you’ve recorded at a concert, because all anyone can hear is the audience’s screams.

 

avoid doing these things in wechat! do's & don'ts!

 

never share “chain messages” with things like “repost, or your family will be cursed” or “repost, and your parents will live longer”. such messages are nothing but spam, and emotionally manipulative.

 

avoid doing these things in wechat! do's & don'ts!

avoid starting long conversations under other people’s moments, it will just make them want to delete their post.

avoid doing these things in wechat! do's & don'ts!

other chat taboos

 

avoid mixing english and chinese. stick to one language. why combine the two?

avoid doing these things in wechat! do's & don'ts!

 

don’t use a third language, it only makes you look pretentious. and if not for the automatic translate function, no one would know what you mean! 

avoid doing these things in wechat! do's & don'ts!

don’t split a complete sentence into several different messages. no one wants to scroll and scroll just to read what you have to say.

 

avoid doing these things in wechat! do's & don'ts!

 

think twice before adding a meme or gif after every message. they’re useful, but you lessen their impact with overuse.

avoid doing these things in wechat! do's & don'ts!

watch out! or you will be accused trademark infringement!

nowadays, with the development of global economic integration, the cooperation between commodity production is becoming a more and more popular trading form worldwide expect for the trading relationship among countries. 

watch out! or you will be accused trademark infringement!

 

oem prevails in foreign processing trading in the large trading nation, china.

what’s oem?

oem refers to original equipment manufacture. in china, foreign oem indicates the business activity of domestic entrusted party (processing party) using the special trademarks or processing commodities for entrusting party (customized party) as agreed based on trademarks (generally refer to registered trademarks ® ) provided by foreign entrusting party and entrusting entrusting party with all products to sale abroad(there is nothe trademark right of the registered trademark within china), and entrusting party pay processing party related fee according to the contract. 

the principal characters of foreign oem include: 

  • the subject of cooperated trading is international; 

  • the trademark right of processing products is unique for entrusting party; 

  • the control of sales direction of oem products is strict from entrusting party.

watch out! or you will be accused trademark infringement!

 

due to the closed relationship between oem cooperation and trademark right problems, it is very important for businessmen to benefit from oem cooperation and have a good knowledge of the “infringement” of oem trademarks during oem cooperation. 

 

the unified standard of infringement of oem trademarks is still deficient in international trading activities; however, approval departments may consider the following questions: 

  • if it will cause confusion or misunderstanding in terms of same or similar trademarks at home since all oem products are managed by overseas entrusting party; 

  • if oem production will cause losses or damages to domestic trademark owners with registered trademarks;

  • if it is an act of using trademarks stated on the trademark laws in china mainland to label trademark logos on oem processing commodities.

 

avoid the risk of infringement

in consideration of the above points, entrusted party should avoid the risk of infringement:  

  • entrusted party should check the trademarks provided by entrusting party to avoid domestic same or similar trademarks; 

  • entrusted party is responsible for the production and the quality of products, such as the quality, specification and quantity based on the contract; 

  • entrusted party should deliver all products after finishing production and is only responsible for the work of delivery and inspection and acceptance by entrusting party in accordance to the address and date stated on the contact but marketing; entrusted party should be vigilant if the responsibilities exceed the several points above. 

  • accordingly, the rights and obligations of both parties should be specified, which would be the clear evidences to distinguish responsibilities if there is any disputes by both parties or third party during the performance of contract.

watch out! or you will be accused trademark infringement!

 

trademark protection is a must!

in a long run, oem enterprises should use this international cooperation trading mode to seize the opportunities and expand markets, learning new products and techniques, getting familiar with international market environment and demands, mastering the rule of international trading markets, improving creativity and the ability of building independent brands, enhancing the operation of brands, registering their own trademarks, improving the research and development of products and applying for patents so as to realize the transformation from export of processing trademarks to export of independent brand. 

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chinese new strict visa rules? nonexistent!

yesterday, a false article about new immigration requirement which aimed at foreigners, sparked a widespread diffusion among foreigners on wechat.

1

it was no doubt that this was a pretty creative and imaginative article in the form of a pdf with authenticity and preciseness, surmaned “new immigration requirements”.

chinese new strict visa rules? nonexistent!

if you initially read this article on april 1st, it was easy for you to expose this lame joke.

2

however, when you realized that it was posted on yesterday-april 2nd, it sounded may not so funny. instead, everything seems so ridiculous.

chinese new strict visa rules? nonexistent!

chinese new strict visa rules? nonexistent!

3

“is there any official link for it? if so kindly share. i read this yesterday in a group. so, just want to confirm authenticity of this news

a long fk*** april fool till today….we are fooled too

you can’t be f**kin serious. it’s on april 2nd. april 1st was yesterday.”

chinese new strict visa rules? nonexistent!

they all seem to have been fooled by this fake article and someone even is so angry about that. it’s not so funny, and even absurd.

4

the following is the false joke. do not trust!

china immigration has announced detailed changes to visa’s this morning that will affect the majority of expats. these changes have been announced in conjunction with the chinese government in hopes of ensuring that a higher quality of expat lives in the country. these changes take effect within the next few weeks.

work permit/residence visas:

mandatory culture classes

officials have announced that all foreigners looking to apply for a residency/work permit visa will now need to attend mandatory chinese culture classes at least twice a month for two hours each time. these classes will go through chinese history, chinese events, chinese food and culinary arts in general, chinese news and provide foreigners with a better understanding of chinese history. the cost for these classes will be built into the foreigners visa costs and is expected to cause the overall fees for the visa to rise several thousand yuan a year. the classes will be organized in each province and major city in the country based on the overall amount of expat population in each area.

chinese language intermediate skills

all foreigners looking to apply for a residency/work permit visa will need to successfully pass a chinese language reading, writing, speaking and listening test. these tests will be given out at immigration by chinese nationals and determine if the foreigner has the required skills to successfully communicate and live in the country. if the foreigner does not demonstrate the proper skills they have the option to sign up for an education visa instead with at least four mandatory classroom sessions a week at the foreigner’s expense.

social media review/good 

expats in/bad expats out

all foreigners who wish to apply for a residency/work permit visa will have their social media history, including wechat, facebook, twitter, instagram, youtube, etc. reviewed by immigration staff. officials state that the purpose is to look for content that may be trolling, flaming, rude or generally causing issues online. they warn that any expat who has a history of being negative or toxic about china online, causing various debates and arguments, complaining constantly will likely not be approved for a residency/work permit visa. officials cautioned that price sensitive individuals who constantly complain about cost and price will also likely be declined a visa.

required chinese charity work

all foreigners who wish to apply for a residency/work permit visa will be required to participate at least twice a month in an immigration approved charity function. these may include picking up trash, helping clean out waste drains, visiting orphan children, cooking for the homeless, cleaning the streets in the morning. these twice a month functions will take an entire day and have a minimum requirement of eight hours each day.

immigration inspections of 
expats homes

once a month immigration will inspect foreigners homes to ensure they are clean and reflect the chinese style of living. immigration officials will look at items such as making your bed on a daily basis, laundry properly washed and completed, a sustainable and healthy diet in the kitchen, a clean and organized bathroom, etc. this will also ensure that the foreigner has chinese style living and is truly adapting to the country.

90 day check-ins changed 

to 30 day check-ins

in order to better know where every foreigner is at every moment, immigration has announced that 90 day check ins will now be moved to 30 days. all foreigners will be required to attend in person and cannot use an agent. due to the amount of work being increased for the immigration officials, fees for the check in will be raised to 300 yuan a visit.

marriage visas

all marriage visas will require a social media review of both the foreigner and the chinese nationals social media and contact history. this is to ensure that the relationship is real and not based on the exchange of cash orinattemptto stay in the country longer on a sham marriage according to officials. additionally, all marriage visas will require mandatory relationship counseling at least twice a week for three hours a day to ensure the relationship stays healthy.

education visas

an education visa will now require standard tests given by immigration officials that test reading, writing, listening and speaking. these tests will be given out on a weekly basis and will require a weekly in person trip to the immigration office. failure of the test will result in your visa being revoked.

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these 30 names are deserved you to remember!

thirty people were confirmed killed while fighting a forest fire that broke out on saturday in the liangshan yi autonomous prefecture, sichuan province.

by 6:30 pm on monday, the bodies of the victims were all recovered, 27 firefighters and three locals, including 1 post-80s, 24 post-90s, and 2 post-00s.

these 30 names are deserved you to remember!

at about 5 pm on saturday, a fire broke out in an alpine forest in muli county. the fire, the cause of which is still unknown, was concentrated at an altitude of about 3,800 meters, in complex terrain with steep valleys, and a lack of road access.

 

these 30 names are deserved you to remember!

because of the sudden change of wind direction, forest fires were becoming the giant fireball that killed them in an instant.

these 30 names are deserved you to remember!

sorrowful! heart-broken!  

fireman, who died most in times of peace!

these 30 names are deserved you to remember!

the screenshot below is from captain zhang hao’s wechat moments.

he has just been married.

in recent posts, he is always on the way to execute the task.

these 30 names are deserved you to remember!

these 30 names are deserved you to remember!

these 30 names are deserved you to remember!

these 30 names are deserved you to remember!

these 30 names are deserved you to remember!

these 30 names are deserved you to remember!

these 30 names are deserved you to remember!

in his wechat moments, what he wore most is the military uniforms!

these 30 names are deserved you to remember!

these 30 names are deserved you to remember!

these 30 names are deserved you to remember!

another warrior, jiang feifei, was sacrificed in this fire disaster.  

the last post of his wechat moments is the same scene of the fire.

these 30 names are deserved you to remember!

what is “retrograder“?

this is probably the most vivid interpretation of it!

do not forget the dead, especially these warriors who sacrificed for us! 

for the alive, what we should do 

is not excessive grief,

 

but live a happy and better life. 

cherish every day of our life! 

which is the utmost respect for the dead! 

these 30 names are deserved you to remember!

 

r.i.p!

salute for the real warriors!

these 30 names are deserved you to remember!

these 30 names are deserved you to remember!

these 30 names are deserved you to remember!

these 30 names are deserved you to remember!

these 30 names are deserved you to remember!

these 30 names are deserved you to remember!

these 30 names are deserved you to remember!

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