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Serviced China serviced apartments

Serviced apartments in Shanghai are becoming more and more popular as people realize the benefits of a short-term lease.

They want that super nice homey feeling, the benefits of superb locations,
all wrapped up in a quiet space, honestly it should be a place to call your own.

Serviced China has access to every serviced apartment location in China
but we offer even more than that, Serviced China will give you 24 hour
concierge service for any, if not all your needs.

Advice on housing is more than just being directed to a beautiful building, we are here to help you
make the right decision with confidence in knowing that your child will be going to the most value
for your money, the most suitable school for your child, with nothing left for guesswork,
you’re in good hands because know first hand
how important the big move is.

We take great pride in making sure that you are living near the most efficient transportation route,
experience hassle-free living, the important amenities nearby, more importantly,
having fun with your family while in Shanghai is number one!

Yes, we don’t just find you an apartment.  At Serviced China, we find you a home away from home.

We want you to enjoy your stay by living, eating and enjoying all the cosmopolitan
things to do, the festivals and seemingly never ending entertainment Shanghai has to offer.

If you need a cool place to stay in Shanghai. We will be happy to assist you in deciding whether
you need a studio, one-bedroom, two-bedroom, three-bedroom apartment, a corporate
apartment, fully furnished apartment, an unfurnished apartment, a luxury
apartment, or any kind of corporate housing.

If you have a dog or cat, we will be there to help you find the door to door solution to get your
pet safely through customs and in your arms because we know how much you care about
having your loved ones around you.

Whether they be medical issues, finding the most entertaining places or searching for a certain food, we know that getting to your critical business appointments is number one!

We’re here to help you get things done, seamlessly & hassle free and on time.

Service China we are experienced professionals, we will help you to pass inspections
to import your pet and find a pet friendly apartment for you and your family.

So it won’t be long till you’ll be walking to the park with your pet, watching it play, observe
the elderly people in one of Shanghai’s parks at night, dancing.

You got to see it to believe it.

At Serviced China, we want you to have the time of your life in Shanghai.
Give us a call and we’ll be more than happy to help you.

Welcome to Shanghai from your friends at Serviced China.

Act now, don’t delay and talk to Marion about your stay in Shanghai.

Call: +86 21 52135886
Email: [email protected]

Are all American’s required to have Obama Care? Even Expat’s?

As Obama and Romney are campaigning for office, the invevitable hot button is is in the forefront again and especially for expats overseas. The phone here has been ringing quite steadily with woried expats wondering what will happen when this law takes it’s full effect and it’s not that far away, everyone will require health care.

Obama Care became law back in March 20, 2010. Are American’s over here, some of which who may not even have set foot on US soil, be required to pay into a system that are not even using?

Even Senator Mitt Romney is getting  in on the action with his pledge to repeal Obama Care. “I know the president has said he will do those things. But he has not. He cannot. He will not,” Romney said at a gathering recently.

In fact the other day, the U.S. Supreme Court announced that Congress does, in fact, have the right to tax Americans on what they don’t do. Not having Health Insurance may be penalized.
Here is an excerpt from the Act with regard to non-residents:

CHAPTER 48—MAINTENANCE OF MINIMUM ESSENTIAL COVERAGE
(a) Requirement to maintain minimum essential coverage
An applicable individual shall for each month beginning after 2013 ensure that the individual, and any dependent of the individual who is an applicable individual, is covered under minimum essential coverage for such month.

(f) Minimum essential coverage
For purposes of this section

(1) In general
The term “minimum essential coverage” means any of the following:
(Medicare, Medicaid, CHIP programs, some VA medical coverages)**
. . .
(4) Individuals residing outside United States or residents of territories.

Any applicable individual shall be treated as having minimum essential coverage for any month—
~ (A) if such month occurs during any period described in subparagraph (A) or (B) of section 911(d)(1) which is applicable to the individual, or

~ (B) if such individual is a bona fide resident of any possession of the United States (as determined under section 937(a)) for such month. (then they must get medical coverage.)

There are other “exceptions” to this and have many overseas expats quite confused even in a state of panic about the whole thing which slowly creeping it’s way into our lives at a rapid pace. The law exempts any US citizen or resident alien who is not “lawfully present in the United States.”

What does that mean exactly? It’s a difficult thing for sure and it would be best to contact a legal expert,  someone familiar with US Tax law, someone conversant in the whole issue which is transpiring before
us, ever changing a congress passes convoluted laws which most at home don’t even understand.

So, if you’re looking for top notch advice, please contact us here at Serviced China for all your US Tax needs, questions about the changes which may affect you and your loved ones at: [email protected]
Marion will be pleased to direct your call to our Tax experts while you reside here in China.

 

 

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また、ペットを飼われているお客様、持病があり、専門医をお探しになられているお客様もご安心下さい。

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Email: [email protected]

Keys to choosing a Shanghai Serviced Office

Friendly staff to help you

Location is a key part of a businesses success anywhere in the world: However, in Shanghai where the building and area you choose has far reaching implications beyond what you might imagine upon arrival.  Many foreign businesses choose to do in-depth studies and even order white papers to determine the best location to showcase their goods or services.  This can cost considerable time, expense and, ultimately, have an outcome only equal to the research capacity and knowledge of the specific industry, which are often of questionable unreliability.  It is not surprising that an increasing number of newcomers to the market are choosing serviced offices which offer international level quality services and locations.  Some even provide that at prices near to or equal to non-serviced versions.  This is extremely appealing to a business that is aspiring to focus on and succeed in the competitive Chinese local market.  The benefits include but are not limited to:

v  Speed- Instead of hiring an interior designer, a contractor, visiting endless furniture factories and showrooms and spending weeks managing the process, you can simply walk in, open your laptop of iPad and start working.

v  Flexibility- In a standard office lease in China, you must pay up to 13 months rent in advance in addition to the contractor, fire hazard inspector, buy furniture, with the seemingly endless measuring and re-measuring and alterations that require complete re-think of design on a regular basis.  Obviously if you are unhappy with the result, which is quite common in Shanghai, you must rip out the whole mess and start again. Often the results are quite different from the original plans or what need to maximize the attractiveness of your products.  With a serviced office you can sign a short-term lease, extend as necessary, and add extra space as you grow and succeed in the Chinese Market.

v  Staff- Offices such as Serviced China’s Jing An Temple Serviced Office space have several different companies hiring staff, growing, buying computers, finding accountants, looking for partners and most of all, excellent Chinese staff that can help leapfrog the competition.  In a serviced office where all the companies are hiring it is quite common to see one company introducing a particularly talented staff to another and the other way around.  Another massive benefit is that the office is often a few minutes on foot from the station. Many office staff do not appreciate walking long distances in the rain to standard office locations.  Finding and retaining high quality staff is never easier than in a serviced office.

v  Everything is included in the price- The most common complaint in Shanghai for new companies is the “hidden fees” and other nasty surprises inherent in opening up a lone office.  The unknowns are immense and lessons are painful and expensive for many foreign firms.  Even purchasing and keeping the coffee machine maintained is not as streamlined as in many other international cities.  In a serviced office like Serviced China, freshly ground coffee, clean cups and spotless restrooms are par for the course and can have a significant effect on your companies impression in the market.  Especially when you are looking for the first big deal in China.

v  Expandability- After you get that first deal in China and need to recruit the team to implement the solution for your customer, you will suddenly need more space.  China is a massive market and when things go good, they are at “China Speed” which is generally 5 times faster than anything than previously experienced.  You will greatly appreciate being able to saunter up to the front desk and double your office size in a half an hour instead of spending another few weeks looking, moving out and settling into yet another office space. Not to mention the not insignificant loss from breaking the previous lease.  More and more foreign companies are finding that the flexibility and expandability are essential for successfully entering and growing in the Chinese market.

v  IT, Electrical and Phone Support- Many foreign firms executives are using English, German, French or Japanese operating systems and simply connecting to the wifi can be a headache. Also repair quality expectations and speed of implementation often are at odds with standards in the local market. Chinese holiday are notoriously difficult to get IT, phone or any other support, in fact.  With a Serviced China- Serviced Office, you are covered 24-7, 365 days are year. Our IT and service staff live in the same building as our office and are on 5 minute call 24 hours a day. Being connected in China is essential but is much more complicated due to the Chinese characters, Chinese firewall and other important differences from international standards.  With Serviced China Serviced Offices are joined by many like minded companies and protected from an IT outage over 5 minutes, year round.  To some customers this is the most important feature of our offices.

v  Security- With a standard office in China you are responsible for all security and monitoring for all outside risks of theft and physical safety of employees.  With a Serviced China Serviced Office, although Shanghai is a safe city you have the added comfort of knowing you are protected by staff and electronic surveillance 365 days a year. In addition, as there are 39 other offices on the same floor, other human beings always surround you. It’s never a lonely quiet office, which is common in many office buildings in China: Especially during holidays when risks rise significantly.  You are worry free in a Shanghai Serviced China Serviced Office Space.

v  Many other benefits: Meeting rooms, coffee area with 12 comfortable sofa chairs, English speaking front desk staff, a nice guest meeting area in the lobby and a well kept kitchen complete with refrigerator and wine storage cellar.

To many of the long-term lease’s of Shanghai Serviced Offices, we thank you for choosing us and appreciate the environment you create here. Many companies that started in the Shanghai market began at our offices and often introduce other firms with the same intent. It is a unique environment with many small firms working toward a common goal. Success in China!

Paul Salo is an expert in Chinese commercial and residential real estate and office space. To find out about how you can succeed in China, go to the main website at Serviced Offices Shanghai
 

China TV and Broadcasting

The Serviced China Production Team is composed of veteran photographers, sound producers, broadcast quality videographers, recent university graduates in Journalism and Television industries with the latest skills and outlook, TV editors in Shanghai and China documentary videographers.

We love what we do and work together storming venues all over Shanghai to deliver everything from footage the screams “Old China, Old Shanghai!!” to unique, hard to find festivals and Chinese traditional arts. We will get you the unique China footage you crave.  We know the city well from living here for almost 20 years and know exactly where the line is in China. You don’t have to worry if you work with Serviced China production team. We will make your time in China a pleasure and you will leave with that killer Shanghai time lapse you want.  Also we love food and know all the good small eats in town and banquet for after shooting is over.  We make sure the crew is happy and well fed.   Happy to pass on recommendations from past clients like the BBC, Fox News, TV3 New Zealand and many more cool documentary teams.

 

Professional photographer/videographer for hire

Hello, everyone! I’m Aaron, a creative photographer & videographer, located in Shanghai. Able to operate a variety of video equipment, lighting post production editing in either adobe cs or mac platforms . Capable of a variety of shoots, commercial, architecture, real estate, family, pets, pregnancy, maxim style, head shots and artful boudoir style shoots, too. Please email me and lets discuss exactly what you’d like to do and I’ll give you a personalized quote that suits your budget. Email: [email protected]ervicedchina.com or those in North America, call and leave a message @ 604. 800.5108

China pet relocation service

Dear Marion,
We will take our 7 year old dog and 2 year old cat with us to Shanghai.  What documentation is required and is there a pet quarantine period?  Whatis  the quarantine process like?  Do you have any advice to make it easier? 
Sincerely
Maureen Wells
 
Hi Mareen,
Thanks for your mail and welcome to Shanghai. Please let me know if the dog is going to travel by excess baggage, or air cargo?  I will then be able to send you the prices of our services and quarantine. For pet import into Shanghai, detailed information as follows: 

Documents need to be provided for pet clearance in SHA are as follows (1-owner’s passport-1-pet):
1, Rabies certificate showing vaccination given more than 30 days and less than 1 year before travel
2, Official health certificate issued and endorsed by the government vet less than 10 days before travel
3, Owner’s original passport with an entry record (into Shanghai) on the same day or less than 14 days before the pet’s arrival.
4, Owner’s name on Rabies Certi., Health Certificate must match the passport name without any error.
5, If the pet travels as air cargo, the passport holder must be old than 16 yrs old.
Our destination services provided for pet importation:
1.Give guidance to proper document preparation.
2.Document verification before the pet’s arrival.
3/a:Pet arrival as excess baggage: meet you and your pet inside the airport (before going through customs) at the baggage claim area and clear the pet through customs and vet inspection.
3/b:Pet arrival as air cargo: pet clearance including meet the flight, customs clearance, vet inspection, all documentation, pet collection, and transport to quarantine station.
4. Check pet status during quarantine period (7 days) and give update reports.
5. Pet collection from quarantine station and delivery to residence in Shanghai.
6.Dog registration and obtaining dog license in Shanghai under extra costs.
7.During your pet’s life in SHA, we continue to offer pet caring services including Pet

 Shangri-La boarding, western veterinary clinic, pet grooming, dog training, top quality pet foods and supplies.

Please send by email or fax the following documents and information before the pet’s arrival:
1, Copy of official health certificate (dated less than 10 days of arrival)
2, Copy of Rabies certificate/record
3, Copy of owner’s passport with clear picture page
4, Owner’s address and phone in Shanghai for pet delivery
5, Pet arrival date and flight details
More for air cargo:
6, Copy of AWB
7, Owner’s arrival date and flight details

 

For China Pet Relocation Services Please Contact:

Dr Jenny Yu
Jialiang K-9 Kennel, Shanghai Inc. (Established in 1980)
Shanghai United Animal Hospital
1858 San Lu Road, Pudong, Shanghai 201112, China
上海佳良犬业有限公司/上海联谊动物医疗有限公司
上海浦东三鲁公路1858号  邮编:201112

手机 Mobile: 86-1350 1764 319
电话 Tel: +86-21-64110049, 34110089

Dog Walking Cat Sitting in China

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How did Serviced China Dog Walking start?
Marion: Well I was helping many foreigners find maids and housing back in 2004. The service became quite big to my amazement and eventually had about 700 maids to outsource at one point. We trained the maids in English and taught them basic things like how to take responsibility when they accidentally broke something instead of hiding it (which was standard practice back then) We had some real loyal clients who became friends and would come over and volunteer time to train the maids and help them to learn English, pay for them to get their teeth fixed. Most of the volunteers were former professionals back home and bored out of their minds without something to do. Mostly, their husbands were expats, CEO’s and the like so the wives had too much time to drink tea, shop. I am also a business woman and like to learn so I really appreciated being around them. One of our volunteers (Jenny) was the wife of the CEO of a major US multinational and she had two lovely golden retrievers. She had to go home early to take care of them so I told her to take them to our office (which was also my house) as we had a good backyard for them. After Jenny brought them to our house the neighbors and local children became very curious and started hanging around, playing with the dogs and it was love at first sight! Soon one of Jenny’s friends brought her dog, much walking ensued and Serviced China Pet Services was born!
What are you doing now?
We are kind of a one-stop-shop for pets now. We found a dog training professional in Shanghai from the UK and have trained puppies: we often sit 5-10 dogs and 20+ cats during Chinese holidays and we walk dogs everyday in Pudong and Puxi. We have tons of friends in the Veterinary business and have tons of information that can be useful to dog and cat owners in China.
What is the pet sitting like overall in China?
Marion: Scary! Unfortunately it’s not so advanced yet. Someone I know left their dog with a non professional local Chinese who personally loved dogs. They didn’t know she had an alcoholic, violent husband and son at home. Obviously the dog was beaten because when they came back from vacation, the dog was damaged mentally and never the same. Cowering all the time, Hiding, Scared. That dog never got better. It’s important for foreigners to realize that China is a country with a very long history but no history of owning pets except for birds and pigeons. Therefore, people simply have no idea what pets need. ie feed them people food, etc. My friend saw people throwing cigarettes to a gorilla in Guangdong zoo and the unfortunate animal hanging upside down and smoking the cigarettes like a human much to the audiences delight. This is animal abuse but no one seemed to know or care including the keepers and thousands of guests in attendance that day. It’s a new field for Chinese and is catching on fast so we are doing all we can to educate and protect pets and animals in China.
What is the future for SC Pet Services?
We are not ambitious. If you have a doggie or kitty that needs walking or sitting, call us! We will put send a pet lover over asap. Some of our dog walkers are foreign and some are Chinese but all are the same with a dog or cat heart!
Dogs gone wild in ShanghaiHow did Serviced China Dog Walking start?

Marion: Well I was helping many foreigners find maids and housing back in 2004. The service became quite big to my amazement and eventually had about 700 maids to outsource at one point. We trained the maids in English and taught them basic things like how to take responsibility when they accidentally broke something instead of hiding it (which was standard practice back then) We had some real loyal clients who became friends and would come over and volunteer time to train the maids and help them to learn English, pay for them to get their teeth fixed. Most of the volunteers were former professionals back home and bored out of their minds without something to do. Mostly, their husbands were expats, CEO’s and the like so the wives had too much time to drink tea, shop. I am also a business woman and like to learn so I really appreciated being around them. One of our volunteers (Jenny) was the wife of the CEO of a major US multinational and she had two lovely golden retrievers. She had to go home early to take care of them so I told her to take them to our office (which was also my house) as we had a good backyard for them. After Jenny brought them to our house the neighbors and local children became very curious and started hanging around, playing with the dogs and it was love at first sight! Soon one of Jenny’s friends brought her dog, much walking ensued and Serviced China Pet Services was born!

What are you doing now?

M: We are kind of a one-stop-shop for pets now. We found a dog training professional in Shanghai from the UK and have trained puppies: we often sit 5-10 dogs and 20+ cats during Chinese holidays and we walk dogs everyday in Pudong and Puxi. We have tons of friends in the Veterinary business and have tons of information that can be useful to dog and cat owners in China.

What is the pet sitting like overall in China?

Marion: Scary! Unfortunately it’s not so advanced yet. Someone I know left their dog with a non professional local Chinese who personally loved dogs. They didn’t know she had an alcoholic, violent husband and son at home. Obviously the dog was beaten because when they came back from vacation, the dog was damaged mentally and never the same. Cowering all the time, Hiding, Scared. That dog never got better. It’s important for foreigners to realize that China is a country with a very long history but no history of owning pets except for birds and pigeons. Therefore, people simply have no idea what pets need. ie feed them people food, etc. My friend saw people throwing cigarettes to a gorilla in Guangdong zoo and the unfortunate animal hanging upside down and smoking the cigarettes like a human much to the audiences delight. This is animal abuse but no one seemed to know or care including the keepers and thousands of guests in attendance that day. It’s a new field for Chinese and is catching on fast so we are doing all we can to educate and protect pets and animals in China.

What is the future for SC Pet Services?

If you have a doggie or kitty that needs walking or sitting, call us! We will put send a pet lover over asap. Some of our dog walkers are foreign and some are Chinese but all are the same with a dog or cat heart! If you really love animals, have long experience taking care , walking pets or veterinary experience and want to work with Serviced China Pet Services, contact me with your available times/locations at [email protected]

We are now looking for a space to create China’s first shelter for homeless pets. My friend is saving dogs, cats even cows in Japan near Fukushima. He set up a homeless shelter for pets near Mount Fuji and is advising us here. We are looking for partners for a Rescue & Adoption Center for Dogs Cats Puppies in Shanghai now. If you are interested in this very important work, please contact us. We have some good people on board already and hope to have it up and running by early 2012.

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Super Marion- China TV Fixer

China TV Fixer

Send Marion Wu [email protected] a note with a synopsis of your topic/story with possible dates, locations and she will either do it herself, as she has done for many others-see testomonials, or introduce the right person to get the job done.
Theoretically, it is possible to shoot in China without a fixer but very few choose this route?  Why?  A good fixer will make sure you get there on time, in one piece, find the right people to interview, with your gear and sanity intact, for example.  Whether you are a producer making commercials, music videos, behind the scenes shots, entertainment, important events, and sports to public relations and corporate film, documentaries or trailers in China.
Super Marion (as her clients call her) will ensure the budget is kept intact and fees to other members of the crew in China are managed. She has the Midas Touch with crews and locations in China. She and partner Paul have stories or people and culture that will help you fill out or locate the people to complete your story or keep the audience laughing.  Marion and Paul have helped many other big name and smaller documentaries film in China and know exactly what it takes to complete a great production anywhere in China.  Extreme flexibility and timeliness are indispensable and Serviced China has 20 years experience in China arranging everything from tickets, to tours, to medical emergencies and, believe me, when something comes up, Super Marion will know how to solve it. She loves it actually and is always a bit down after the crew goes home.  So dream up a new story and come back again!!
China TV Fixer
Send Super Marion [email protected] a note with a synopsis of your topic/story with possible dates, locations and she will either do it herself, as she has done for many others (ask for testimonials) or introduce the right person to get the job done.

Theoretically, it is possible to shoot in China without a fixer but very few choose this route?  Why?  A good fixer will make sure you get there on time, in one piece, find the right people to interview, with your gear and sanity intact, for example.  Whether you are a producer making commercials, music videos, behind the scenes shots, entertainment, important events, filming sports, doing public relations, a corporate film, China documentaries or trailers in China.
Super Marion! (as her clients affectionately call her) will ensure the budget is kept intact and fees to other members of the crew in China are managed. She has the Midas Touch with crews and locations in China. She and partner Paul have stories or people and culture that will help you fill out or locate the people to complete your story or keep the audience laughing.  Marion and Paul have helped many other big name and smaller documentaries film in China and know exactly what it takes to complete a great production anywhere in China.  Extreme flexibility and timeliness are indispensable and Serviced China has 20 years experience in China arranging everything from tickets, to tours, to medical emergencies and, believe me, when something comes up, Super Marion will know how to solve it. She loves it actually and is always a bit down after the crew goes home.  So dream up a new story and come back again!!

Filming in China- China Fixer

Can I shoot without permit in Shanghai?

Do I require approval from the Chinese government to shoot film or TV in China? Who approves media productions? How can I get shots in sensitive areas?  (Disasters, earthquakes, sporting events like the Olympics?) Can I get a top level, experienced crew that both speaks English and understands media? Are you planning on producing a documentary in China?
Serviced China has the answers.
Delighted crew on HGTV’s new show….
Serviced China has helped Fox News, NPR, Market Watch, New Zealand TV3 and HGTV to film successfully in all parts of China: Our ability to convince the Chinese military into letting TV3 News presenter, Mike McRoberts (of 60 Minutes fame) resulted in TV3 New Zealand receiving New Story of the Year in 2008 for their Sichuan earthquake coverage!
Paul and Marion work together as a team and along with a crack staff, can help you with travel inside China with gear (into difficult situations) film permits from the Chinese government, reserving your accommodation or successfully figuring something else out in extreme conditions, transportation, translating Chinese-English-Japanese-German-French-Spanish, arranging interviews, getting plum locations to get that stunning opening shot, casting, getting a top notch crew together in hours. The team at Serviced China makes sure you get what you need done in TV speed and at reasonable prices.  Paul and Marion have helped many crews to get insightful interviews from locals that make the difference in your final product.  If you need a new camera due to an unfortunate drop in a hole toilet at 10pm in rustic Sichuan, Serviced China comes through!
We are a unique group of China fixers who have been involved with all aspects of film and TV over the years.  However our real expertise is getting what you need done, the way you want it, when you need it in China. We will make you look like a pro in China! Contact us at Marion Wu [email protected] +86 139 1769 3554
China Production Services for Film and TV Shoots- Shooting in Shanghai

Can I shoot without permit in Shanghai? Do I require approval from the Chinese government to shoot film or TV in China? Who approves media productions? How can I get shots in sensitive areas?  (Disasters, earthquakes, sporting events like the Olympics?) Can I get a top level, experienced crew that both speaks English and understands media? Are you planning on producing a documentary in China? Serviced China has the answers.
Delighted crew on HGTV’s new show….
Serviced China has helped Fox News in Chengdu, NPR in Beijing, Market Watch in Beijing, New Zealand TV3 in Sichuan and HGTV in Shanghai to film successfully: Our ability, in extreme conditions immediately after the earthquake, to convince the Chinese military into letting TV3 News presenter, Mike McRoberts (of 60 Minutes fame) to be allowed to board a rescue vehicle as a rescue was occurring, resulted in TV3 New Zealand receiving New Story of the Year in 2008 for their Sichuan earthquake coverage!

Paul and Marion work together as a team and along with a crack staff, can help you with travel inside China with gear (into difficult situations) film permits from the Chinese government, reserving your accommodation or successfully figuring something else out in extreme conditions, transportation, translating Chinese-English-Japanese-German-French-Spanish, arranging interviews, getting plum locations to get that stunning opening shot, casting, getting a top notch crew together in hours. The team at Serviced China makes sure you get what you need done in TV speed and at reasonable prices.  Paul and Marion have helped many crews to get insightful interviews from locals that make the difference in your final product.  If you need a new camera due to an unfortunate drop in a hole toilet at 10pm in rustic Sichuan, Serviced China comes through!

We are a unique group of China fixers who have been involved with all aspects of film and TV over the years.  However our real expertise is getting what you need done, the way you want it, when you need it in China. If you are thinking any of the below, you will appreciate  our services
Help! I’m making a documentary in China

How can I find bilingual assistant in China?

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About Paul Salo

Paul Salo Hi, my name is Paul Salo. I’m the Mandarin speaking American insider in the real estate business in China. I’ve been featured on TV across China, the US, Canada and Japan. I am inspired by a vision to provide clear and effective advice for real estate agents, developers and entrepreneurs to attract Chinese investors, build their business and greatly increase sales and revenue. I’m determined to carry out this mission with integrity and to serve Selling to Chinese clients to the best of my ability. I left the US to start my business in the PRC (China) in 1989 and have been an entrepreneur in China and Japan ever since. I might be the only non-Chinese to have both sold and leased properties inside Mainland China to local Chinese buyers and to Chinese overseas investors on almost every continent on the planet (Australia, Canada, The US, The UK, Japan among many others). My deepest wish is to pass on the things I’ve learned to speed up the selling to Chinese learning curve and help others to succeed in building a clientele of Chinese buyers.