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October 28, 2015

15 Easy Halloween Costumes For Dapper Men

Filed under: chinese taobao agent — Tags: , — solaroutdoorlight @ 1:34 am

As Halloween creeps nearer and nearer, it’s time to create a memorable costume. If you’re looking for something smart and simple, look no further than your closet or taobao men clothes. For the dapper men, all you need for a great costume is a nice suit. Here are 15 awesome ideas for an easy Halloween costume:

1. Clark Kent
All you need for this costume is a gray suit and a superman shirt with glasses. Wear the superman t-shirt under your dress shirt with a few of the buttons undone and you’re good to go!

2. Don Draper
Don Draper from Mad Men is an easy costume if you have a gray suit and some hair pomade. You can carry a rocks glass and drink whisky or scotch to add to the mad men vibe.

3. Richie Tenenbaum
This unusual character from The Royal Tenenbaums wears a nice tan suit paired with sunglasses and a sweatband. Carry a tennis racket with you and grow a beard (or wear a fake one) and you’ll look just like Richie Tenenbaum.

4. The Fantastic Mr. Fox
This costume requires face paint or a mask in addition to a nice tan suit. If you don’t have a tan suit, a corduroy suit will also work. Once you have the right suit, all you need to do is paint your face like a fox.

5. The Joker
You may not have a purple and green suit lying around, but if you do you can easily be this villain from the Batman comics. With some temporary green hair dye and scary clown face paint, you’ll look formidable as the Joker.

6. James Bond
The James Bond costume will never go out of style. You can become this infamous spy with these tips from an earlier post.

You can find any color of suit and a variety of tuxedos and accessories at Agreetao.com. If you have any questions, feel free to contact us!

October 26, 2015

Easier to Make Chinese Company Check

Filed under: chinese economy — Tags: , — solaroutdoorlight @ 8:20 am

Credit checks of Chinese companies have been made significantly easier with an online National Chinese Company Credit Information database providing free information about Chinese domestic companies to the public.

China’s State Administration of Industry and Commerce has launched the National Company Credit Information System which is an online resource that provides free information about companies to the public. This followed the Provisional Rules on Enterprise Information Disclosure act which took effect on October 1 last year. The new disclosure act require all companies, foreign and domestic in the PRC to submit annual credit reports for public disclosure via the publicly available Enterprise Credit and Information Disclosure System which can be accessed online on a real-time basis. With the new online database, anyone can simply log in and access relevant financial, asset and legal liabilities information – greatly improving financial transparency among businesses in China.

– This is good news for anyone evaluating suppliers and potential business partners in China, says Per Linden, CEO of the consulting firm Scandic Sourcing. One year ago, credit disclosure companies stopped getting access to tax reports, which made it difficult to make credit checks of Chinese companies. To get accurate info, we had to ask the companies themselves to disclose their annual audit reports, which they may or may not do. Now, the publicly available Credit and Information Disclosure System circumvents all that, and I think this is a big step towards simplifying credit checks in China.

Screenshots from the search function of the new online resource for credit disclosure which Chinese companies (and any other company operating in China) are expected to submit their financial information to.

The information companies are required to provide includes corporate registration data, record filing, chattel equity pledge registration, mortgage registration, and notably administrative penalties levied by the Chinese Administration of Industry and Commerce. Look for the latter when evaluating a potential partner or supplier; it’s an important indicator of a company’s creditworthiness and integrity that used to be confidential. The companies themselves are responsible for the authenticity and legality of the information they disclose and spot checks on the disclosed information will be conducted; third parties may report any information they suspect is false.

Companies that fail to submit their reports in time will be recorded in the directory of companies with abnormal business operations and if the company fail to fulfill their disclosure obligations within three years, they will be recorded in the directory of companies with serious illegal conduct, and their legal representative or person-in-charge will be prohibited from becoming a legal representative or person-in-charge of any other company for three years.

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October 20, 2015

What’s different Between Casual & Leisure

Filed under: chinese taobao agent — Tags: , — solaroutdoorlight @ 2:19 am

Casual wear is clothing that can be worn during leisure time but can also be appropriate for a casual work environment or certain activities such as club events. Leisure wear clothes are designed to be worn during leisure time.

Casual wear for women can be appropriate for wearing to work (if your employer has a casual dress code).  Some apparel that are appropriate are khakis, slacks, sweaters, leather shoes and polo shirts. Things that may not be appropriate are jeans, gym shorts, T-shirts, low-cut tops and running shoes.

A persons leisure is free time spent away from business, work, household chores and school.  Leisure fashion is typically not appropriate for a work environment. However, it is perfect for people that work from home.

Casual kurtis or a designer one is a must-hand semi-ethnic clothing for every Indian women’s wardrobe; it holds a special place when it comes to dressing up a little differently, yet in a traditional way. These days, kurtis have become so popular that they are combined with jeans, legging, jeggings, salwars and patiyalas to give you a traditional, modern ‘look and feel’.

There are many varieties available in the market today when we look around for designer and casual kurtis; here in this blog, we shall discuss on some of the varieties that are most popular among the rest and are easily available online.

Cotton Casual Kurtis

All through this year, the fabric – cotton has been the most preferred fabric for women when choosing casual kurtis. These kurtis are very comfortable and provide a cozy feel once worn. Cotton being a highly flexible fabric, there are a variety of designs, prints, patterns and colors available in cotton casual kurtis to choose from. Not only are cotton kurtis used for casual wear, their attractive patterns and variant colors make them a perfect outfit for various occasions.

The cotton lovers always want to flaunt in cotton designer wears, and show off their love for fashion and clothing; these women actually give in an all-new fashion statement in dinner parties and other gatherings. Cotton casual kurtis are a perfect outfit for those having long working hours, because of the highly adaptable texture and smooth, sweat free fabric.

Silk and Chiffon Kurtis

The word ‘Silk’ itself suggests auspicious occasions, weddings and celebrations; it goes with the silk designer kurtis too. Women preferring to wear kurtis for various occasions tend to choose kurtis made of silk, especially pure silk and cotton silk. These designer kurtis look glamorous, mesmerizing and royal in every color, pattern and design.

Chiffon kurtis are either designed for casual or occasional wear. Women in India may choose to wear them at any occasions from work to weddings. Chiffon casual kurtis are extremely comfortable and provide an elegant look.

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October 16, 2015

Online shopping in China

Filed under: chinese taobao agent — Tags: , , — solaroutdoorlight @ 1:45 am

Everything is social these days—we play games with strangers online, we post vacation photos on social media platform under the sun so that our friends can comment, and we check forums and reviews before splurging on a particular smartphone model. Even activities that used to be solitary—jogging for instance—have been given a social layer; now apps let us compare our mileage with other runners.

The power of social media is even more pervasive in online shopping. For example: Online Shopping Taobao English (http://www.agreetao.com/) agent. How many times have we bought something just because we saw it featured in a blog somewhere last week, or overheard friends discussing about it on Facebook? We may not be aware of it, but a big deal of our purchases (whether online or from physical retail stores) are influenced by the social media we frequent.

Now, social wouldn’t be where it is if it wasn’t for the instant gratification we get from our mobiles. Whether it is posting pictures of your dinner or a new outfit on WeChat moments or being social through mobile apps, social and mobile are more connected than ever!

Just ask the Chinese—social media plays a big part on how they spend their money and mobile has increasingly become the “how” when it comes to online purchases.
What’s So Special About E-commerce in China?

It’s a different crowd in China, far different from Western shoppers. This can easily be concluded from an observation made early on by Jack Ma, former English teacher now mogul of China’s most popular online retailer Alibaba which he started in 1999. Last May saw the company preparing to release its IPO, which analysts estimated would raise approximately $20 billion. At that rate, it might even beat Facebook’s own IPO from back in 2012.

And to think that Alibaba began as a simple B2B website, facilitating transactions between Chinese manufacturers and small businesses.

So what were those observations about Chinese shoppers? Two things:

First is that many Chinese don’t use credit cards, which naturally poses a problem for e-commerce sites. Ma’s simple workaround was to create Alipay—a service which allows customers to deposit money in a bank account, after which the money is kept in escrow and released to the seller only after the customer has received the goods. The escrow system has cultivated a sense of protection among vendors and buyers, which has encouraged them to do more business.

The second observation is that Chinese are part of a culture that encourages and places a high value on savings. How do you convince shoppers to let go of money then? Again, Ma’s simple solution was to offer the basic services of his website free for both buyers and sellers. Once customers realized the value they were getting from Alibaba, transactions came flowing in. And so did profit. In a 2009 interview, Ma was quoted saying:

“A lot of people thought I was stupid and crazy when I said customers are No. 1, employees are No. 2, and shareholders are No. 3, but that’s our philosophy,” he says. “Shareholders, I respect them, but they’re No. 3.”

By identifying the wants, needs, and special circumstances of its customers—both the vendors and the public—Alibaba has made itself an indispensable and trustworthy service, the default go-to for everyone who wants to buy or sell anything.

Through diversifying its customer base to cater to other segments in society, Alibaba has spread into other highly successful ventures—Tmall (B2C), and Taobao (C2C)—which have become the biggest players in the Chinese e-commerce market. Although not quite a worldwide household name yet, when Alibaba does achieve that status, Amazon and eBay are going to face some pretty intense competition.

October 15, 2015

Four trends in robotics

Filed under: scooter — Tags: , — solaroutdoorlight @ 2:13 am

Four large and diverse trends are having a sizeable effect on the robots industry, according to The Robot Report.

1. Broad recognition

There is broad recognition within the business world for the value of robotics and that growing awareness is spreading to the media and financial community. Efficiency, reliability, low spoilage, and higher overall productivity are the real products of advanced automation. This is not going unnoticed, due to such strategic acquisitions such as Amazon’s 2012 acquisition of Kiva Systems. Since then, similar acquisitions have taken place; the four most recent of which are:

The Ninebot China(http://www.escooterchina.com/)  acquired its competitor Segway, to settle their ongoing legal battles and obtain Segway’s IP.
The German robot manufacturer Kuka bought Swisslog last year, in order to add mobility to the Kuka product line. It also took over Reis Robotics, which had a factory in China as well as a new one in Shanghai.
China South Rail (CSR) acquired the UK-based SMD, a manufacturer of underwater robotics technologies and systems. China intends to obtain core deep-sea robotic technology and equipment, next to the mature industry platform and global sales network of SMD, supporting its entry into the global deep-sea market. This is in addition to the existing activities of CSR.
Teradyne bought the Danish Universal Robots, manufacturer of one-armed robots and the primary competitor to American Rethink Robotics. Up until now, the electronics manufacturer only used the UR robots.

2. Effect of China

Global industrial robot sales reached 225,000 units in 2014, which is 27 percent more than in 2013. About 56,000 of these were sold in China, which is a growth of 58% as compared to 2013. Chinese companies made 16,000 of the 56,000 robots for the domestic market. To increase the number of domestically-made robots, many local governments provided the necessary investment credits and other financial incentives to work in their region. The number of distributors has grown from fewer than 100 to nearly 500. By the end of 2014 over 500 companies were active in the sector, with 90% focusing on the production of components and integration. The number is expected to increase to 800 by the end of 2015, and the number of manufacturers is expected to increase by 10%.

Driven by increasing wages and political incentives, China has become the largest buyer of industrial robots, and these robots are used by thousands. By 2017, China will have more robots operating in production sites than any other country, which will boost the automation of its car and electronics industry. Still, China lags behind as far as its robot density rate is concerned: around 30 robots per 10,000 workers compared to 437 in South Korea, 323 in Japan, 282 in Germany, and 152 in the US.

3. Visual perception

Vision-enhanced robotic systems are becoming the primary reason for upgrading and is the core reason for the continual growth of the robotics industry. The capability to determine its location in 3D makes it possible for robots to, for instance, safely engage in order-picking, which is very important for companies such as Amazon. Visual robotic systems are quite different from the classical industrial robots used in car manufacture: an object has to be brought to a “blind” pre-programmed robot in a specific spot at a specific time for processing. Each step of the process is hand-programmed and highly detailed. Newer systems that use cameras and identification software are more flexible, and can move the product from one step to the next. They are less rigid and precise and, as a consequence, the movement system is less expensive.

Various AI learning systems have been improving visual perception, and quite a few new companies offer vision systems that can supplement existing systems. Alternatively, they offer mobile manipulators that can determine how best to pick and handle all sorts of objects from various materials. Reducing costs by replacing expensive transport systems by cheaper mobile bin-picking robots is successful because of the many possibilities for manufacturers or warehouse operators. Companies to watch for these mobile manipulators are Fetch Robotics, RightHand Robotics, Clearpath Robotics, Adept Technologies, and Kuka/Swisslog.

4. Human/robot collaboration

The original intention was to provide SMEs with robots to improve production, become more cost-effective and thereby more competitive as well, so as to halt their movement offshore. Rethink Robotics’ Baxter and Universal Robots’ one-armed robots were pioneers in this segment. At the same time a movement has started to make companies more aware and understanding of the advantages of cobots as well as the business opportunities that they can bring.

A large user of cobots is the car manufacturer BMW, which already uses 7,500 robots in its factories. The company has been testing UR robots alongside factory workers, who were given less exhausting tasks. The test results were so positive that BMW is considering doubling or even tripling the number of robots.

At the moment, cobots make up 5% of the overall robotics market, though this number is expected to grow strongly in the future. The leaders in this field will most likely be ABB with Robert, Rethink Robotics, who has made its systems faster and more precise, and is introducing the new Sawyer robot, as well as market leader Universal Robots. Many other up and coming companies are expected as well. The market is expected to increase ten-fold between 2015 and 2020. Insiders expect an even more rapid growth, with light-weight robots being a top seller within two years.

A number of these robots can be found in the Sirris’ Diepenbeek production hall. Companies can be introduced to the possibilities and test their function for their own activities.

October 14, 2015

Switched on yet?

Filed under: scooter — Tags: , , — solaroutdoorlight @ 1:53 am

Electric has come into our life. Are you starting to get scared every time you visit the fuel station? If so maybe now is the time to start thinking about swapping your gas guzzler for an eco friendly and cheap to run electric vehicle.

Electric scooters have come on in leaps and bounds over the last five years and although they’re still comparatively expensive to buy they can still work out as a cost effective long term solution.

The Plug In Sprint is one of the latest electric scooters to arrive in the UK, it’s built in China and is imported by Emissions Free Solutions. It costs £3,800 which is quite a lot compared to the price of a similar spec Chinese built 125cc petrol scooter which could be had for less than £1,800. With electric you’re paying a premium for the expensive batteries, motor and electronics.

It is a lot of money but when you think about the long term running costs compared to a petrol scooter/car or public transport that extra cost can soon be clawed back. A full charge on your Plug In will cost around 57 pence and you get a range of over 40 miles on average and road tax is free, so within three years you’ll recoup the extra outlay.

The main downside with an electric vehicle is the range; Plug In claim the Sprint can cover as much as 67 miles at 25mph, or 35 miles at 63mph, more than enough for most commuters. It takes four hours to fully charge and it uses a conventional three pin plug which is attached to a three metre long lead under the seat, so depending on where you work you could charge it whilst you’re there.

Before riding the Plug In you’ll need to take a one day CBT test and have insurance, just like you would for a petrol scooter. Everything else is just like riding a convention machine. You turn the ignition key, take it off the stand, press the starter button, twist the throttle and you’re away. I was impressed at how smooth the scooter felt and at how well it accelerated. The first thing you notice is how silent the world around you seems, the only sound is the road noise from the tyres and the wind.

Are you starting to get scared every time you visit the fuel station? If so maybe now is the time to start thinking about swapping your gas guzzler for an eco friendly and cheap to run electric vehicle.

Electric scooters have come on in leaps and bounds over the last five years and although they’re still comparatively expensive to buy they can still work out as a cost effective long term solution.

The Plug In Sprint is one of the latest 72v electric scooter to arrive in the UK, it’s built in China and is imported by Emissions Free Solutions. It costs £3,800 which is quite a lot compared to the price of a similar spec Chinese built 125cc petrol scooter which could be had for less than £1,800. With electric you’re paying a premium for the expensive batteries, motor and electronics.

It is a lot of money but when you think about the long term running costs compared to a petrol scooter/car or public transport that extra cost can soon be clawed back. A full charge on your Plug In will cost around 57 pence and you get a range of over 40 miles on average and road tax is free, so within three years you’ll recoup the extra outlay.

The main downside with an electric vehicle is the range; Plug In claim the Sprint can cover as much as 67 miles at 25mph, or 35 miles at 63mph, more than enough for most commuters. It takes four hours to fully charge and it uses a conventional three pin plug which is attached to a three metre long lead under the seat, so depending on where you work you could charge it whilst you’re there.

Before riding the Plug In you’ll need to take a one day CBT test and have insurance, just like you would for a petrol scooter. Everything else is just like riding a convention machine. You turn the ignition key, take it off the stand, press the starter button, twist the throttle and you’re away. I was impressed at how smooth the scooter felt and at how well it accelerated. The first thing you notice is how silent the world around you seems, the only sound is the road noise from the tyres and the wind.

October 13, 2015

Where you can check credit

Filed under: chinee economy — Tags: , — solaroutdoorlight @ 1:45 am

Chinese fnancial system has been keeped in a poorly development for a while, which implies the revelent of credit sonstraints and different source of finance. Many people think that trade credit is the accounts payable, or accounts receivable, actually it’s not, china trade credit( http://www.cnbizsearch.com/)  is different with these two.

Maybe you want to know ,what is trade credit? Oftenly we define trade credit as an agreement. In this agreement customer can puchase goods on account without payng in cash, and the paying was not timely for supplier. A specific trade credit number will be given when the goods was delivered ,usually 30 or 60. Some special business , such as jewelry, entend their credit to a more long time.

Wikipedia tell us that trade credit is the credit extended by one trader to another trader for the purchase without immediate payment. Trade credit is used as a sourse of temporary financing for business organisations, expecially business to business (B2B) sellers in the United States.

For many area of business, trade credit is an useful tool for increasing you finance. Suppliers extend you a trade credit, for you can buy in time and pay later. By this definition, anytime you enjoy goods,service or other valuables without paying in money, you are using the trade credit.

It’s clear that trade credit is important to customer as well as business, and if you want to develope some trade in china, how can you ensure you partner’s credit? What about you partner’s performing in past year? Want to screen qualified buyers or suppliers in China? You can check trade credit in Cnbizsearch if you need, for example business managers, credit risk managers, and line associates.

Cnbizsearch is known as Shanghai Anson Business Consulting Company Limited.AS a credit and risk management, it support service and commercial information in China.

Cnbizsearch provide thousands of trade credit of chinese company, you can search for what you interested in this large database. Just real data, and by these data you can make your own analysis and then conclude by yourself.

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