Wei Gu

An emerging market for second homes, for holiday or retirement, is developing among rich Chinese, tells WSJ wealth editor Wei Gu. Zhuhai, Taiwan and Haikou are doing well, but the move goes also into English speaking countries like the US, UK, Canada, Australia.

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China Weekly Hangout

When Chinese buy a second house, they want access to good health care and schools for their children, tells +Wei Gu. Education is important, but does it pay off as an investment? The +China Weekly Hangout discussed in February whether education is a goldmine, or a black hole with +Andrew Hupert, formerly working for the NYU Shanghai campus and +Paul Fox, lecturer at the HKU School of Professional and Continuing Education. Moderation +Fons Tuinstra, president of the +China Speakers Bureau.

The China Weekly Hangout is holding on May 9 an open office, where you can discuss current affairs in China or suggest subjects for hangouts later this year. You can read our announcement here, or register for the hangout here.


A few potential subjects have already emerged ahead of the upcoming hangout:
1. What can you earn in China, focused on business executive
2. The Chinese influence on the Australian/New Zealand dairy industry
3. Chinese tourism in New Zealand and Australia.


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