In the south east of Asia, Hong Kong is located on the eastern side of the Pearl River Delta. The territory was a British colony since 1842 and returned to China in 1997. Since this date, Hong Kong is called The Hong Kong Special Administrative Region. Half independent, half Chinese, the region has 50 years to become fully integrated into China. Hong Kong is completely embedded in the Anglo-Saxon culture, whether it concerns business, politics, traditions or daily-living. Under the "One country, two systems" policy, Hong Kong is ruled like an Anglo-Saxon country and the People's Republic of China is only militarily and diplomatically represented. Hong Kong is known as the world's most liberal economy and will profit from its very high degree of autonomy until at least 2047. For example, English will remain Hong Kong's official language for decades. Nevertheless, China gets everyday more influence on the city and it is obvious that dramatic changes will happen in the next decades, in politics for example. So far, the Chief Executive, the head of territory and head of government, has always been selected by the Chief Executive Election Committee composed of 800 members, but it was decided in 1997 that a condition of the return of Hong Kong to China was the organization of democratic elections. But the media, and especially the government official Chinese newspapers like The South China Morning Post or the China Daily, give proofs everyday that this is very unlikely to happen.
[...] Jean Le Strat who is key account manager. They are based in Hong Kong. In the merchandising department, Ms. Yvonne Yu is the most experienced manager and works together with Ms. Sandrine Wong, Mr. Jason Hung and Mr. Kevin Chu. In addition, Ms.Winnie Lau is responsible for both shipment and banking complex matters, and Ms Dolly Bouteyre helps in administrative tasks. These six people also work in Hong Kong. In the mainland, the Hangzhou office is run by Ms. [...]
[...] From the day of my arrival in Hong Kong, we had a tight collaboration that triggered successful projects and trustful teamwork. Second, I would like to thank every member of the Louxor Team. They nicely helped me all along the internship and were always available when I had questions or difficulties in China. And I had many. Eventually, I would like to thank the clients I worked with. The last day of my internship, they were the first to thank me. [...]
[...] I also knew that new communication tools would allow sensible costs reductions. The only unknown parameter was how changes would be accepted. The first step had to goals: - To save money: every Louxor Limited employee spends hours on the phone everyday. At the end of the month, bills are excessively high, especially because of talks and negotiations with the clients in France. - To become more modern and improve our image. To meet these goals, I implemented Skype in the company. [...]
[...] Presentation 6 ii. Services 6 iii. Team Mission 8 a. Director assistant 8 b. Quality control 8 i. A definition 8 ii. Getting prepared 8 iii. Travels and timing management 9 iv. Inspections 10 v. Inspections reports 11 vi. [...]
[...] Thus, the intern becomes soon responsible for managing projects for the director's key accounts. But even if he takes part to some sourcing projects or others different tasks, his main responsibility is the quality control of all orders placed by the director. This is why he has been recruited, and this is the greatest source of added value of the internship Quality control 1 A definition At Louxor Limited, quality control is concerned with checking and reviewing goods that have been produced before they are shipped. [...]
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