2003

TransAsia Organizes Exclusive China Employment Law Workshop

29 December 2003

Shanghai: TransAsia organized a one-day workshop on China Employment Law. Delegates attending the workshop included representatives of various international enterprises, local judges, and government officials. The primary focus of the event was to provide attendees with a proper understanding of China's regime governing labor relations.
The speakers at the workshop included senior officials from the Shanghai Labor Bureau, and Pudong Labor Bureau as well as TransAsia representatives. The day was broken up into 7 comprehensive workshops:

China HRM Keynote Address by TransAsia

18 September 2003

Singapore: China HRM, a one-day international conference focused on China's rapidly transforming human resources (HR) landscape, provides foreign companies with an opportunity to gain an in-depth understanding of HR practices nationwide and across different provinces in China. Attendees at this year's conference included HR directors and managers, HR consultants, tax advisors, legal counsel, CEOs, CFOs, COOs, and managing directors of companies with workforces in China.

Broadcasters Association Forum Discusses Impact of Media Law Reforms on Cable Television Sector

16 September 2003

Hong Kong: The current state of the China media market and PRC media entertainment law was the topic of a panel discussion, hosted by the Cable & Satellite Broadcasting Association of Asia (CASBAA), which featured speakers Mr Liu Yanming, Chairman of Hairun Media Group, and Jesse T H Chang.

TransAsia Partner Addresses Workshop on Employment Law for Leading Hong Kong Investment Group

04 September 2003

Shanghai: A two-day workshop on PRC employment law was arranged by Jardine Matheson Limited, with the main purpose of educating the Hong Kong investment group's senior HR managers on key issues relating to PRC employment law. Isabelle Wan was invited to speak on various issues relating to employment law, including employment contracts, overtime payments, sick leave, and probationary periods.