♫ November 15th, 2016 3:32 am
Job searching can be a tedious and worrying process, especially if you plan to have a fresh start in a new country. This is where recruiters come in handy with that extra bit of guidance and support to help advance your career and transition to Hong Kong.
For junior and entry level jobs, recruiters may not be necessary because there are plenty of postings from various sectors in online classifieds, such as Jobs DB, Career Times and job classifieds in South China Morning Post, Hong Kong’s English newspaper. Over a hundred postings in various industries are updated on a daily or weekly basis and you can conveniently submit your C.V. and cover letter online.
If you are a recent graduate, you may want to look into graduate trainee programs from international corporations, such as Unilever and HSBC, which are typically 2 year, rotational programs that are posted on their respective company websites.
However, if you are in a mid-management or senior management level and planning to relocate to Hong Kong, recruitment agencies can assist you to advance your career and make your transition to Hong Kong a smooth one.
With Hong Kong as an international finance hub and large expatriate population from around the world, finance, legal and education industries are the big players that need recruits.
For executive level positions and finance professionals, there are boutique firms, such as Eban and Egron Zehnder that specializes in the finance industry and executive search respectively.
Findparttime.hk provides a list of part time, full time and casual jobs in Hong Kong.
♫ July 18th, 2012 12:30 am
Halong Bay is located in Quang Ninh province in northern Vietnam, approximately 170 kilometers east of Hanoi in the Gulf of Tonkin. The bay is renowned for its picturesque ocean karst landscape and is regarded as one of Vietnam’s most spectacular natural wonders. It’s also one of the country’s top tourist attractions, drawing a huge chunk out of the millions of tourists that flock to the country each year.
The folk tale has it that the dragons descended from heaven to help locals by spitting jewels and jade to the sea, forming a natural fortress against invaders; these precious stones are represented by the lush green outcrops.
Several islands boast beautiful grottos and caves with contiguous chambers, hidden ponds and peculiar stone formations. The bay is about 170 kilometers northeast of Hanoi and 3,5 hours by road.
The best way to enjoy the natural wonders of Halong Bay Vietnam is to embark in one of several Halong Bay tours that visit the area on almost a daily basis. Patterned after traditional junk boats, Halong bay cruises are once-in-a-lifetime experience that conveys a sense of the old world.
Most of the boats have been designed in time-honored conventional style but with luxurious cabins and ultra-modern facilities. These boats are floating works of art themselves as they often feature intricate craftsmanship and brightly colored sails.
Taking Halong Bay tours and Halong cruises are great ways to immerse yourself in Vietnamese culture and allow you to truly enjoy the exotic feel and the natural wonders of Vietnam. So, whether you want an exciting way to explore the lush environment and diverse ecosystem, or you’re looking for a romantic weekend amid some of the world’s most captivating scenery, Halong Bay Vietnam has it all… you’ll certainly have a trip that you won’t soon forget! And without any doubt is an absolute highlight of any visit to Vietnam and certainly a must on every traveler’s itinerary.