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View China - Video Introduction to This AMAZING Country

by Matt Slater May 09, 2014

View China - Video Introduction to This AMAZING Country

Since the beginning of 2014 China Checkup has started posting videos to our YouTube channel to help introduce the incredible land that is China.

Just in case you missed them (and you should really subscribe to our YouTube channel) here are the videos we have produced so far.

View China: Neon Signs of Shanghai

25 March 2014

China Checkup shows you a small sample of the many neon signs that illuminate Shanghai each evening

View China: Arrival at Shenzhen Terminal 3

20 March 2014

China Checkup takes you on a journey to the stunning new terminal 3 at Shenzhen Bao’An airport

View China: Fireworks in Shanghai for 2014 New Year

31 January 2014

China Checkup lets you experience the 2014 Chinese New Year celebrations in Shanghai

View China: High Speed Rail in 2014

12 January 2014

China Checkup takes you for a ride on China’s High Speed Rail




Matt Slater
Matt Slater

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Hi there, I'm Matt, the founder of China Checkup. Originally from the UK, I am now based in Brisbane, Australia.

Frustrated by the scarcity of concise, high-quality and timely information about Chinese companies, I setup China Checkup whilst living in Shanghai in 2013.

My team are proud that China Checkup's company verification reports have now helped thousands of clients from all corners of the world to do business in China more safely.

  

 


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