Short summary of my services

On my site, every reader will find a lot of information about me, my services and experience. I have got a lot of stories in the years of my independent work. I have shared only some of them, but I can already feel that the key message of the site is a little lost. I am often asked if I work as a business agent in China or only as an interpreter. So here I summarize what I do in China for my clients to easily find the service they need:

1) Interpretation services in China (Guangzhou, Shenzhen, Foshan, Dongguan, Zhongshan, Zhuhai)

– The Chinese interpretation services at factories. The cost of a working day in Guangzhou and the surrounding area is $80–150 (a transfer to other cities is paid by the client)
– The interpretation services at exhibitions in China, including the Canton Fair. The cost of the working day is $80–150 (the transfer to other cities is paid by the client)

2) Business agent services in China

– Visiting an exhibition in China and collecting information on the topic of interest
– Finding the manufacturer in China
– Physical check of the manufacturer in China
– Pre-shipment check of goods and shipment control
– Request for samples from Chinese suppliers
– Order support in China (order placement, preparation of documentation, correspondence support, telephone support, quality control, shipment control). The service cost is agreed and depends on the size and frequency of orders.

3) Delivery from China

– Delivery of goods from Guangzhou, Beijing
– Delivery of samples from China

4) Additional services

– Hotel booking in China
– Air ticket booking for domestic flights in China
– Company registration in Hong Kong and China
– Trademark registration
– Copyright registration

I have been providing the above services since 2007. I feel you don’t need a separate person for each and every issue because I can run any errand related to business in China. I am a versatile interpreter. I perform each service at a professional level. My constant cooperation with my clients and their positive feedback confirms it.

Here are my advantages:
– language practice and training. I started to learn the language in 2001. I was at Blagoveschensk State Pedagogical University (BSPU), Foreign Languages Department (Chinese and English) from 2001 to 2007. I graduated with honors. In 2002 I had a short-term language training in Harbin. I was doing my language internship at the Anshan University of Science and Technology (Liaoning province) from 2004 to 2005. Since 2007 I have been living and working in Guangzhou;
– teaching children Chinese at the language courses at BSPU, private Chinese lessons for adults and children in 2006-2007
– language achievements: prizes in Chinese language competitions in Vladivostok, Qiqihar (China), HSK Level 8 (the HSK is a Chinese proficiency exam; Level 8 is the highest possible in 2005);
– personal qualities: friendly with those who respect my work; responsible, well adapted to different people and different situations, quite reserved and calm in my work; able to find a common language with people;
– business knowledge and skills: foreign trade, practical experience in the field of supplies from China, versatile vocabulary.