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Establishing Comprehensive Personal Information Protection Management System

Following  China Cybersecurity Law and Data Security Law, Personal Information  Protection Law of the Peoples Republic of China (hereinafter referred  to as PIPL") was  approved at the 30th meeting of the Standing Committee of the 13th  National People's Congress on August 20, 2021, and would come into  effect on November 1, 2021. PIPL will serve as the basis for personal  information protection in China and provide assurance  for the rights and interests of personal information.


From  the perspective of compliance of general business organizations, this  article would like to recap the focuses in PIPL, summarize key  differences among existing domestic  and foreign personal information protection regulatory requirements,  provide thoughts on the establishment of personal information protection  system, and also explore the effective path for enterprises to  implement personal information protection management  activities in a systematic and integrated way in the digital economy  era.

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What do Employers Need to Know about South China's Haigui Today?


What is Bringing South China's Overseas Nationals Home?

Pandemic spurs movement to safer shores Today

As the world continues to reel from the impact of the COVID-19 crisis, China has continued to show a remarkable economic resilience and indomitable drive towards growth. 

The New Silicon Valley 

"Innovation" and "entrepreneurship" have topped the Chinese government agenda since 2014 and formed the backbone of the national effort to shift economic development driven by manufacturing to one that is steered by innovation and engineering.


What are the Preferences of Returnee Talent?

Bridging the local knowledge gap. 

In line with the top challenge faced by returnees when looking for employment in their home region, a lack of knowledge related to the local business and employment landscape appears to be pervasive. The majority of returnees are looking for not only job offers that are targeted to them, but information on their lines of work, general employment trends and recommendations on how they can better gear their search. They are also seeking more accessible information on national policy regarding returnees, which is where local organisations like the Guangdong Overseas Chinese Association of Returnees act as a bridge between returnees and government support and incentives.


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The Ultimate Guide to Getting Your Product Story Placed


How do you explain the vast, problem-solving benefits of your thingamajig in just a few sentences? How do you get your audience excited about something they cant experience firsthand yet? And how do you do it without sounding like a shady used car salesman?

This e-book aims to help you understand the pitching process from the medias perspective, so you can not only create product pitches that journalists (and reality TV judges) actually want to hear, but also build and foster relationships with those people for even more earned media down the line.

The first step of putting together a powerful product pitch is understanding what, exactly, makes a good product pitch. For Cisions 2021 State of the Media report, a survey of over 2,700 journalists, we asked them what a product pitch needs to include for them to even consider covering it. Here are their answers.




We asked journalists about the most useful content they get from brands, and the content they want most from PR pros. The top answer to both questions, overwhelmingly, was press releases. A well-crafted press release is the perfect complement to any pitch. Use this infographic as a guide.


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Electric Vehicle Sales Review - Q3 2021

China reclaims global BEV leadership

At the end of 2020, the average market share for battery electric vehicles (BEVs) in the Western Europe 5+5 countries was higher than in China. In the six months since, however, BEV market share in China has almost doubled, from 5.2% to 9.8%, propelled by an extension of government subsidies, and has overtaken the WE 5+5 average again (now standing at 8.6%).

New models and strategies capture attention

Fords F-150 Lightning, a battery-powered electric version of the companys popular pick-up truck, registered more than 100,000 customer reservations in the three weeks following its unveiling.Tesla has received approval from the Chinese government to produce and sell the Model Y Standard Range in the country. Early reports in China suggest substantial interest in the model, citing 15,000 orders in the first two days.

Different markets, different paths

The Chinese market has been powered by a strategic approach. The government has two main motivations for pushing the BEV agenda C technological and environmental. It aspires to make China a leading hi-tech nation, while also cutting premature deaths and improving its citizens quality of life through reducing pollution. To achieve these goals, it launched a massive subsidy program for BEV R&D, production and sales. The bulk of available BEVs in China has been small and inexpensive, reflecting a mass market attracted by an affordable cost facilitated by the state.

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