This week, a delegation of representatives from The Water Council, Wisconsin Economic Development Corporation (WEDC) and Milwaukee Metropolitan Sewerage District (MMSD) is lending its expertise to China.
In the recent Visa Bulletin, it was revealed the cutoff date advanced to April 8, 2014 for Mainland-China born visa applications. This is an adjustment from the previous December Visa Bulletin of March 22, 2014.
October 1st through the 7th is recognized in China as National Day or "golden week". According to China Highlights, it is the biggest week for tourism in China, when its citizens have a week off to reunite with family and take trips.
Beginning in early winter this year, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) will launch a new program, the Electronic Visa Update System, or EVUS. This system will cater to Chinese nationals traveling on a People's Republic of China passport with a 10-year B visitor visa.
Beijing recently launched a new program that unites both China and the United States, promoting the two as top travel destinations and boosting the respective economies.
New programs have been implemented at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, which connect elite Chinese undergraduates with the civil engineering and genetics department.
FirstPathway Partners Chairman, President, and CEO, Robert Kraft, visits China.
I sit down with Bob to talk about his most recent trip to China. He shares with me what he gained from the trip and gives some insight into Mr. Zhai Zhihai’s background, as he is introduced to the China marketplace.