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LIVING IN VANCOUVER Author: Janet Zhang

This book provides comprehensive and valuable advice and information for new immigrants, particularly regarding investments and tax planning, (see the chapter: ‘Experiences of Professionals’), which is compelling and easy to understand. The book includes realistic stories that can help newcomers adapt into a new environment. This book is very worth reading if you are going to immigrate from China to Canada.

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STAYING IN VANCOUVER Author: Janet Zhang

This book provides valuable ideas to the readers who wants to immigrate, have already immigrated and planning to return, including pros and cons of immigration, professional experience of investment and tax planning, and education and life in Vancouver. This book is worth reading if you are or planning to study or live in Vancouver.

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81 LEGAL QUESTIONS ON THE ASSET Author: Legal Team of DanQ International

The dilemma which Chinese family-businesses are facing with regards succession is not only a systematic one, but also an issue regarding national culture.  It is undeniable that the cultural environment of Chinese private entrepreneurs is very different from European and American entrepreneurs. However, as of now, most popular family business succession research and product innovations target European and American families.  There are few studies about how the family businesses of emerging market entrepreneurs should achieve inheritance and what role a founding family should play in succession planning.

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DIRECT AND INDIRECT METHODS – SUCCESSION FOR CENTURIES Author: Janet Zhang

During the past period of rapid development, Chinese entrepreneurs used to believe that there are no small matters in the business, whereas no big matters in the family.  When grownup children are not willing to put in effort in the family business, or are not capable of managing the family business, they will start to realize that entrepreneurs’ time should not only be spent on business, projects and development, but also on family, planning, and enjoy the wealth. To break the curse - from clogs to clogs – it takes only three generations, by helping families with family tradition, systematism, and globalization.

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