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8 Questions Hongkongers Must Ask Before Taking Up The UK’s BN(O) Visa Offer

August 10, 2020

David LesperanceLesperance & Associates   It has now been just over 4 weeks since the UK government announced a program for British Overseas Nationals, and there has been enough time to see the details of the program and the Chinese government’s reaction. Therefore, it is time to take a...

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China’s Millennials: What Does the World’s Largest Investor Migrant Group Want? Part 3

July 27, 2020

Luc Lu 陆琦Shanghai/Singapore This is the third installment of a three-part series on China’s millennial generation and how it is shaping the world’s largest investment migration market. Read Part I here and Part II here. As we enter the 2020s, even the youngest of those born in the 1980s are...

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China’s Millennials: What Does the World’s Largest Investor Migrant Group Want? Part 2

July 21, 2020

Luc Lu 陆琦Shanghai/Singapore This is the second installment of a three-part series on China’s millennial generation and how it is shaping the world’s largest investment migration market. Read Part I here. As we enter 2020, even the youngest of those born in the 1980s are in their thirties. In...

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China’s Millennials: What Does the World’s Largest Investor Migrant Group Want? Part 1

July 3, 2020

Luc Lu 陆琦Shanghai/Singapore As we enter 2020, even the youngest of those born in the 1980s are in their thirties. In China, this generation is quickly becoming the main driver of the country’s investment migration market. Millennials, here defined as those born between 1980 and 1996 account for about...

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10 on the Weekend – James Hartshorn: “The Big Agents Had a Lot to Lose; Pop-Up Agents Don’t”

June 28, 2020

Ten On The Weekend is a weekly feature on IMI, the concept of which is simple: Each weekend, we ask the same ten questions to a different industry figure, letting readers get to know the interviewee on a more personal and informal level than they might in an ordinary business...

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Forget Everything You Thought You Knew About China’s Investment Migration Market

June 22, 2020

Luc Lu 陆琦Shanghai/Singapore “Hi, Luc. Business is getting harder and harder. Winter is coming. Can we work together to find a way out?” More than one industry peer has raised questions using words to that effect with me in the last few months. Their marketing budgets have been decimated...

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Hong Kong’s Already-Hot Migration Market Boils Over Following National Security Law Announcement

May 25, 2020

Christian NesheimEditor   The Hong Kong emigration market, already simmering since protests began in earnest last year, is now boiling over following Beijing’s announcement that it intends to impose a new national security law in the territory. Thousands of Hong Kongers have taken to the streets this week to...

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The 7 Guiding Principles of Chinese HNWI Overseas Property Investors

April 13, 2020

Luc Lu 陆琦Shanghai/Singapore In a pandemic world, where most business activities and travel have been, to a great extent, restricted, the downtime caused by coronavirus has allowed many of us to probe into several issues, particularly those relating to how the pandemic is affecting our own corner of the...

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A Brief Guide for Foreign Investment Migration Firms Entering the Chinese Market

March 23, 2020

Luc Lu 陆琦Shanghai/Singapore Translation and editing by Christian Henrik Nesheim Foreign investment migration firms entering the Chinese market, broadly speaking, follow one (sometimes two) of three business models: Targeting clients directly (B2C), relying on partnerships with local immigration firms for client-flow (B2B), and developing business with chiefly institutional partners....

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If You Don’t Have WeChat, You Don’t Have a Serious China-Market Strategy

March 19, 2020

Christian NesheimEditor   In China, one single app offers the functionality of Facebook, Twitter, Whatsapp, and a host of others, all on a single platform that’s used by more than a billion people each month for an average of 86 (!) minutes a day. That app is WeChat and...

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