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Canton Fair Tips 2019 | Sourcing in Guangzhou

Canton Fair is around the corner, some of you are preparing coming to the fair. This is gonna be the 125th Canton Fair, starting on April 15. For the first timer, you will be benefited from this video; for the ones who have been to the fair before, it will act as a great reminder.

My name is Meibo and I am an interpreter/sourcing agent. In this video, i am gonna give you ten tips for the fair. Since you are watching the video right now, consider subscribe!

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Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport |Traveling business tips in Guangzhou

My name is Meibo, I am taking a stroll with you at Guangzhou Baiyun International airport.

In 2017, Guangzhou Baiyun International Airport was China’s third-busiest and world’s 13th-busiest airport by passenger traffic, with 65,806,977 passengers handled. As for cargo traffic, the airport was China’s third-busiest and the 19th-busiest worldwide. Baiyun airport was also the third-busiest airport in China in terms of aircraft movements.

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Gifts and Toys Wholesale Markets in Guangzhou

Haizhu Square Haizhu Square is a square for plants and traffic close by the Pearl River,

Yide Lu (一德路) and Haizhu Square (海珠广场) are well known to many locals and foreigners living in Guangzhou. Originally a chaotic marketplace for toys and gifts, the area underwent a radical transformation in the past decades. Today, the area boasts over ten wholesale shopping malls covering thousands of square meters and selling a wide-range of items from shoes and clothes to home decorations, imported, and gifts. Although specialized in wholesale, most shops will accept to sell items to passersby.

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Do you need to hire an Interpreter for Canton Fair 2019?

Do you need an interpreter for canton fair in Guangzhou?

So you are coming to canton fair for the first time, and you are thinking wether you should get a interpreter to make your trip easier. Is it necessary?

My name is Meibo. In this video, i am gonna give you some tips on this topic. Since you are watching the video right now, consider subscribe!

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Clothing Wholesale & Fashion Markets in Guangzhou| Business travel tips in Canton

The Wholesale Clothing & Fashion Markets at Guangzhou Railway Station

The city sells almost everything no stranger to garment with garment markets dating back a few decades ago.
The area around Guangzhou Railway Station is a mecca for wholesale garments, fashion accessories and even shoes and leather goods. Here you can find dresses, casual, sports, Korean styles, European styles, costumes, children’s clothes and fashion accessories. The markets are located in multi-level buildings with anywhere from 200 to 1800 individual stalls/stores in each one and these buildings are spread out across several blocks on either side of the railway station.

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Cantonese food in Guangzhou | Travel tips in Canton

What to eat and where to eat in guangzhou?

So you are in Guangzhou, and would like to try some good authentic chinese food. I don’t mean sweet sour soup,orange chicken or fortune cookies. Before I went to US, i was wondering what forture cookies was, cuz we don’t have it in China.

My name is Meibo.In this video, i am gonna talk about the local cantonese food and where to get them. Since you are watching the video right now, consider subscribe!

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Chinese holiday notice for Amazon Seller importers

Chinese big holidays you want to plan your orders ahead of time

No matter you are a new importer or an Amazon seller, you will want to bear in mind Chinese holidays for order schedules. You don’t want the holiday to delay your product dispatching time, causing a shortage of inventory or even losing your precious client resources.
My name is Meibo.In this video, i am help you to plan your order ahead of time to avoid any delay for shipments. Since you are watching the video right now, consider subscribe
Among these holidays, not every holiday will have a big impact on your business in China. Most holidays are just 1-3 days, which will only influence the delivery if your order is really urgent. But emergency could happen. You will need to take these holidays into consideration beforehand.

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Dress code for Business trip in Guangzhou China|Traveling tips in Canton| Weather in Guangzhou

Dress code in Guangzhou

So you are going for your first business trip in Guangzhou? And wonder what to pack?

My name is Meibo, I am sourcing agent in Guangzhou. In this video, I am gonna help you pack for your business trip to Guangzhou.

First of all, we need to talk about the weather.Located in sub-tropical area, the climate in Guangzhou is quite warm during the whole year. The average year-round temperature is 23℃. August is the hottest month, with an average temperature of 30℃, but with a high of up to 40℃ in the day and 28℃ at night. January is the coldest month, with an average o 13℃, although it can drop to around 0℃. The weather is generally quite humid (often around 80-90% or more) so the heat can feel more oppressive, and the cold more pervasive. The rainy season falls between April and August. Average annual rainfall is 1,720 mm, and an umbrella is a must.

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Sourcing Travelling tips in Guangzhou Guangdong China/ Canton Fair tips for Amazon FBA

Hello there, my name is Meibo, I am a sourcing agent in Guangzhou China. There are a larget number of people who come to source products in Guangzhou, or nearby cities Shenzhen, Foshan ect. Especially, with the increasing need of small business owners who started Amazon or dropshipping business are looking for suppliers themsevles.

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Do people celebrate Christmas in China

In China, only about 1% of people are Christians, so most people only know a few things about Christmas. Because of this, Christmas is only often celebrated in big cities. In these major cities, there are Christmas Trees, lights and other decorations on the streets and in department stores.

However, the younger generations celebrate for fun, they go out for dinners or even exchange gifts with friends. Certainly, kids in China love Christmas more than anyone else, since they can receive gifts from the parents nowadays.

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