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  • Mark

    This could be said for almost everything in China. If you are a business person focusing on China, you run the risk of being “behind the power curve” if you don’t live here or spend a lot of time here. Change, in one form or another, happens every single day.

  • Natalyia

    “The fun, it never ends….” Exactly.
    Dan’s firm is doing the right
    thing – doing China legal research in Chinese. Some may think of having a
    native Chinese speaker in his/her firm. It’s not good enough, because a
    layperson may interpreter the laws or regulations terribly wrong. You’d
    better find someone with law degrees or relevant industrial experiences
    in both China and your country.