"In Beijing, your office must be officially registered with the government. But some property management companies can provide paperwork showing your office to be registered properly at one location, while in actuality, your real working office is somewhere else – like at home, or in any other locale of your choosing."Well worth a browse.
Thursday, March 13, 2008
A very interesting piece by Matt at bizCult ('China business is Culture') which looks at how to have a home office in Beijing and says that, generally, home offices are illegal in the city. Apparently there is a solution:
Posted by alex johnson at 8:18 AM