Overview

Leadership

The forum is co-chaired by Marcia Lin (Lee & Lee Associates), Mandy Zhang (King's College London) and Katie Tumurbat (Hilton Beijing).

Introduction

The emergence of China as a world leader has led increasing numbers of young British professionals to consider and to take up early-career positions in the country. The Young Professionals Forum aims to provide both an on-the-ground and an online sphere in which young professionals can be connected and informed, and find guidance and support.

 
Young Professionals

Young Professionals

Forum's Objectives

The Forum is open to all young professionals, from fresh graduates through to those with more advanced early careers.

The aim of the Young Professionals Forum is: 

  • To act as an access route and a means to integrate young professionals in the British business community in Beijing
  • To assist young professionals in developing their general understanding and professional knowledge of China
  • To provide a platform for members to share support, advice, and information
 
Forum Chairs
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Andrew Christie
Andrew Christie

 
Forum News

Handel's Messiah concert
15/12/2013

event

Education Forum
06/12/2013

event

Annual Scottish Ball
30/11/2013

event

Report: Tax Seminar
07/11/2013

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Healthcare Forum Report
26/09/2013

news

New Healthcare forum
26/09/2013

event

IET Networking
15/08/2013

event

China-Eurasia Expo, Urumqi
02/09/2013

event

2013 BMW Shanghai Masters
24/10/2013

event

WTA 2013 Guangzhou Open
16/09/2013

event

YP Interchamber networking
06/12/2012

event

Forum planning meeting
07/12/2012

event

How do you spend your salary?
21/03/2012

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Upcoming Events
29/02/2012

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Thanks Nick for a very
16/11/2011

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Working in China
28/10/2011

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Ageism? :-)
24/10/2011

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Lots of events coming soon!
13/09/2011

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Welcome to our new website!
10/08/2011

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The Hot Seat
28/07/2011

Brit Art Attack
13/07/2011

 
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