You are considering register a Chinese domain name for your business in China market?
You may find good names with .CN, .COM.CN, or .NET.CN to fit for your .com domain name.
It’s very difficult before to register a .CN domain name!
However, due to the recent policy changes, Chinese Domain is now open for foreign bodies (either companies or foreign individuals) to register, previously it’s limited to Chinese companies only.
Please understand it may still be restricted to some extent.
Understanding Fapiao—Local Invoice in China
Definition: “Fapiao” (发票) are official invoices in China, registered at the local tax bureau, which are used as some kind of final proof-of-purchase of a good or service.
In China, “fapiao”s are more than just ordinary receipts. They are also a way that the government monitors the tax paid on any transaction.
Yangcheng Lake and Chinese mitten crabs
Yangcheng Lake is a freshwater lake about 3 kilometers (1.9 mi) northeast of the town of Suzhou in Jiangsu Province, China, only about 60 kilometers from Shanghai downtown area. It is the most famous area of origin for the Chinese mitten crabs (Yangcheng Lake Hairy Crabs) which are considered a delicate food.
Top 10 places to go in Shanghai
If you come to Shanghai , there are some places you should not miss. Here I will introduce the top ten popular spots worth your visit.
1. Oriental Pearl Tower
Oriental Pearl Tower is the symbol of Shanghai. It’s about over 460 metres high, which is the third highest tower in Asia. It is one of landmarks in Shanghai. The tower is located at the tip of Lujiazui in Pudong district, by the side of Huangpu River and opposite of The Bund of Shannghai. The tower is a combination of broadcasting, sightseeing, entertainment and exhibition. The highest sphere is known as space module. The lower level at 263m is known as sightseeing floor and you can view the whole city there. There is a revolving restaurant in the tower and you can enjoy a pleasant meal experience. There is a exhibition hall underground and you can see the life situation during Shanghai’s history.
Happy Mid-Autumn Festival!
Today is China’s Mid-Autumn Festival. also known as the Moon Festival, which is a great holiday here for Chinese people.
more can be found at wiki term: http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Mid-Autumn_Festival
The Mid-Autumn Festival, also known as the Moon Festival or Zhongqiu Festival is a popular harvest festival celebrated by Chinese, Korean, and Vietnamese people, dating back over 3,000 years to moon worship in China’s Shang Dynasty. It was first called Zhongqiu Jie (literally “Mid-Autumn Festival”) in the Zhou Dynasty.