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Soundari

Mukherjea

Years of Experiences:

20

Years 

Preferred Language:

English

Expertise:

Leadership & Management

I am the Co-Founder and Director of Tvameva Solutions Overseas Limited. I have had the pleasure of working with Unilever and ANZ in India and sharpen my skills in functional and business areas like Finance, Operations and Banking. I am a Commerce Graduate, a Cost Accountant and an MBA in Finance.

 

Our why is to help restore humanity back at the workplace by harnessing the Power of Stories to engage, influence and inspire.

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Carol

Lam

Years of Experiences:

18

Years 

Preferred Language:

English

Expertise:

Insurance

The Government of the Hong Kong SAR is the executive authority of the Region. It is led by the Chief Executive, who is the head of the Hong Kong SAR Government. The Chief Executive is elected through the mechanism stipulated in the Basic Law. He appoints Members to the Executive Council, who assist him in making policies.

Hong Kong enjoys a clean government with highly transparent administrative processes. There is no lack of various pressure groups and unions airing out their views. Civil servants of Hong Kong are highly regarded as efficient and professional.

The 70-member Legislative Council (LegCo) is Hong Kong's law making body. It is responsible for enacting laws, examining and approving government budgets, taxation and expenditure, as well as raising questions on the work of the Government.

Members of the current Fifth LegCo are returned by geographical constituencies through direct elections and by functional constituencies. Since the establishment of the HKSAR, LegCo elections have been held in 1998, 2000, 2004, 2008 and 2012. The term of office of LegCo is four years, except the first term, which was two years.

The Judiciary is independent from the Executive and the Legislature. The Court of Final Appeal has the power of final adjudication.

Daily Wage

60

USD

Hourly Wage

2350

USD

Olivia

Lam

Years of Experiences:

10

Years 

Preferred Language:

English

Expertise:

Communications

Hong Kong is strategically located at the mouth of the Pearl River Delta in Southern China. It is within a few hours' flight from all major cities in East and Southeast Asia, including Beijing, Shanghai, Tokyo, Seoul and Singapore.

Bordered by the Shenzhen Special Economic Zone to the north, Hong Kong has a total area of about 1,100 square kilometres.

To the surprise of many visitors, this bustling city also features lush green hill slopes, secluded beaches, leisurely rural landscape and rocky shorelines.

Hong Kong is eight hours ahead of GMT and has a sub-tropical climate.

Daily Wage

80

USD

Hourly Wage

800

USD

Shirley

Yeung

Years of Experiences:

25

Years 

Preferred Language:

English

Expertise:

Banking

While traces of its past can still be found in the fishing villages scattered in its outlying islands, Hong Kong has emerged from a post-war manufacturing base to a major financial and services centre featuring state-of-the-art infrastructure and highly efficient business services. Its stock market capitalisation is only second to Japan in Asia. The stock market of Hong Kong provides a wide variety of products ranging from ordinary shares to options, warrants, unit trusts and debt securities.

At the end of December 2013 Hong Kong had nearly 160 licensed banks, of which nearly 150 are foreign owned. Of the world's top 100 banks, 70 operate there.

Hong Kong enjoys a robust and stable financial regime, exemplifying the vitality and dynamism of an open and free economy that has the prowess of prospering in an ever-changing global political economy. In particular, the Hong Kong dollar, which is 100% backed by US dollars, has demonstrated remarkable stability since the introduction of the linked exchange rate system in the early 1980's.

Daily Wage

80

USD

Hourly Wage

1200

USD

Celia

Lam

Years of Experiences:

20

Years 

Preferred Language:

English

Expertise:

Banking

A city of 7.2 million people (mid-2013), Hong Kong is a cosmopolitan metropolis where old tradition blends perfectly with Western culture and post-modern trends. Ethnic Chinese make up the bulk of its population, but there is also a sizeable presence of expatriates and people of different ethnicity, all enjoying the freedoms and prosperity of this city, once a fishing village.

Hong Kong is a place of kaleidoscopic variety. Hong Kong people enjoy the freedom of religion under the Basic Law. Then there are as many types of international cuisines as are the number of the ethnic groups in Hong Kong.

While the waves of Western culture have long arrived on the shores of Hong Kong, traditional values are still held by many Chinese people. Worshipping of ancestors live side by side with a night out in an Irish pub in the fashionable area in Central, Hong Kong's main business district.

Hong Kong is an affluent society with a per capita GDP of US$38,000 in 2013, rivalling those of the most developed economies. Hong Kong is one of the safest cities in the world. Both English and Chinese are the official languages. This bilingualism features in daily life in Hong Kong with many people speaking fluent English. Cantonese is the local dialect and an increasing number of Hong Kong people speak good Putonghua.

Daily Wage

150

USD

Hourly Wage

5000

USD

Gary

Lam

Years of Experiences:

5

Years 

Preferred Language:

Fintech

Expertise:

Chinese

This is a test to test my system

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Hourly Wage

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John

Lee

Years of Experiences:

15

Years 

Preferred Language:

English

Expertise:

Soft Skills

Hong Kong is a Special Administrative Region (SAR) of China. It enjoys a high degree of autonomy as enshrined in the Basic Law, the constitutional document governing the political, judicial and economic framework of Hong Kong as well as guaranteeing its capitalistic way of life. The Central People's Government of the People's Republic of China is responsible for foreign affairs and defence.

Hong Kong has been part of China since ancient times; it was ceded to the United Kingdom after a series of wars in the 19th century. On 19 December 1984, the Chinese and British Governments signed the Joint Declaration on the Question of Hong Kong, affirming that the Government of the People's Republic of China would resume the exercise of sovereignty over Hong Kong with effect from 1 July 1997.

A Special Administrative Region was established on 1 July 1997 under the principle of "One Country, Two Systems". Hong Kong's capitalist system and life-style shall remain unchanged for 50 years.

Daily Wage

200

USD

Hourly Wage

4000

USD