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Moving to Hong Kong is an exciting experience. Hong Kong is a major international financial centre and also an important trade and cultural hub. Until 1997, Hong Kong was a British colony with a Western-influenced lifestyle. Since joining China, it has become even more international and is a popular holiday destination for people from all over the world. There are many financial institutions located in HK as well as international businesses, industrial factories; large entertainment centres and an enormous tourist infrastructure are major attractions.
Hong Kong City – The city where east truly meets West. Many Financial Institutions and large multinationals choose Hong Kong as the base for their Asian headquarters and as such, there are a fair number of job opportunities. The Hong Kong job market remains as dynamic as ever for Expats. Financial and managerial positions are particularly fast moving due to increased competition with Shanghai, Tokyo, Singapore and Bangkok, all of which are stiff rivals for expat talent.Following are the major sectors which dominate Hong Kong’s job market...
Hong Kong's colonial history has established it as a key expatriate location. It's a major banking centre that attracts talented high flyers and executives from all over the world. In many ways, it is also a gateway to the mainland and many international organisations choose to situate their regional headquarters here, due to the world class communications, transport links and favourable tax regime.Taxation is very low, far lower than most people are used to.Of course, Americans will still have to file their tax returns and may still be liable if you earn over a certain amount...
Hong Kong is a miracle that has combined West and East. It has one of the world’s great cityscapes across Asia’s greatest harbour and shopping mall. Hong Kong at night, featuring an artistic constellation of glimmering lights from the buildings and luxury hotels from Hong Kong Island is famous for being one of the...Read More
Hong Kong is home to eight government-funded universities offering dozens of major areas of study. All the universities have English as their major medium of communication; making it easier for international students to understand concepts easily. Studying in Hong Kong will give you a broad prospective on life...Read More