Tomb Sweeping Festival is great. Having only arrived in China recently I don’t yet any tombs to sanitise so, like a lot of other folks I’m left with three days for what I will. (By the way, is this a… Read More>>
Yeah, we took a day off from Mingtiandi yesterday, but that’s only because there’s no room for fools here at Rightsite.Asia. Now it’s time to survey another week.
Big items for the week:
Friday afternoon – time for beer. But first it’s time to get a grip on what we accomplished this week here at Rightsite.
This was pretty uneventful week here in the Tongren Lu headquarters of Rightsite. But sometimes uneventful is… Read More>>
Office is the big new task for this week. Find an office. A good office. A cheap office. An office that won’t make staff or customers run away screaming. All for RMB 10,000 per month (or less).
So far,… Read More>>
It’s Monday here in Rightsiteville, and although startups don’t really have days off, we still mark this as the start of a new week. This means meeting with the team to look at the list of projects for the week,… Read More>>
What can I say? It’s not an exciting day.
The joy of the home office situation is the lack of interruptions. Having just transitioned away from running a 30 person office and having as many as 8 client meetings a… Read More>>
Just got back from the Commercial and Administrative Bureau
I haven’t signed so many forms in a long time, but a very productive session. We actually met face-to-face with the… Read More>>
I know, I know – I’ve been lazy about updating this thing. But sometimes life as an entrepreneur is just too exciting for words.
Two big issues on the plate today:
Issue 1. That elusive WFOE license: Am meeting with… Read More>>
Returned to Shanghai more than a week ago now, so it’s time to get back to the blog as well — the world needs to know about the fun of starting up a new media company in Shanghai.
Already had… Read More>>
Starting a business would be easy if all we had to deal with were business challenges.