WWWalker's Chinese Business
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- CIIE (China International Import Expo) 11/18 Shanghai
- ecommerce, agriculture, food, autos, machinery, electronics, pharmaceuticals, manufacturing, engineering, services, education, health care
WWWalker Web Development Pty Ltd is working on ecommerce from Australia to China by themselves. For CIIE in November 2018, Austrade expected high hourly rate for business leads which we cannot afford so we will do our own research.
Ex Australian Prime Minister and ex Foreign Minister Kevin Rudd spoke in Mandarin to Chinese leaders and students in Bejing in March 2008 on a world trip and also at APEC in Sydney in September 2007 when he was opposition leader showing how some Australians are connecting to our large neighbour in language skills. He gave a talk in Brisbane for Austrade in 2011 on how to do business in China.
In December 2015, Australian and Chinese Governments setup China-Australia Free Trade Agreement.
Before this Dwight Walker as Web developer attended Austrade seminars in Aug-Sep 2015 in Brisbane and North Lakes QLD in preparation for onslaught of ecommerce from Australia to China.
In 2015-2016 and 2018 he is studying supply chain management MicroMasters with MIT via edx.org. In 2017 he got a forklift licence to work in warehouse or farm.
We are very open to work with non-English speaking countries like China or Japan or Korea. We love their food and culture.
We were born in Australia and have grown up with many cultures at our door. We are open and gregarious as a nation.
We are keen to work with our neighbours and are much more than an outpost for European or US powers or businesses. This is how Australia is growing up!
We by being agile are attempting to adapt to Asian ways unlike our US colleagues who have been kicked out of China several times like Google over security.
Also we are in the same time zone as Asia so can work in the same time of day rather than the US or Europe which are 10 to 18 hours different from Asia.
We are only 0 to 4.5 hours difference from most Asian countries.
Hence there is a keen interest in China to work with the West in spite of past experiences when Europe and America tried to take it over.
We in Australia are much better at working in a multicultural climate and would make better suppliers and co-workers with Chinese companies than these other world powers.
As a busker playing Irish fiddle music in Sydney and Brisbane, I find Chinese are the most generous showing their love of music which matches mine. Music transcends the language barrier of Chinese not being able to speak English very well or me not being able to speak Chinese very well.
Australia is very fortunate to have Chinese living here as they build up culture in the area. In Brisbane and Sydney there is Chinatown which is very artistic.
Chinese are very highly educated also which grows the arts and culture. Chinese are also wealthy enough to support the arts.
I teach and perform violin having played violin in orchestras, chamber groups, church groups and solo and learned violin and piano to HSC level through music teachers at school mainly in Victoria. I also play and teach piano.
Contact us if you want to arrange a violin or piano lesson or see Dwight Walker's musicteacher.com.au profile to enquire re music lessons.
In 1986, Dwight Walker, our director, visited South-East China and Hong Kong on a short south-east Asian holiday. It is a huge country. Back then it was sleepy but it has been waking out of its sleep over the past 20 years and is overtaking USA as the powerhouse economy of the world since the Global Financial Crisis of 2008!
In March 2017, Dwight Walker is interested in using Hong Kong PCB manufacturer to create an embedded system in transport and communications.
Skype is proving to be very useful in reaching China cheaply from Australia. Chinese are keen to learn English and Western technology to develop their country.
We feel we can assist there and also grow our business in a burgeoning area right on our doorstep here in the Asia-Pacific region.
We are interested in configuring ecommerce between Australia and China for Australian agriculture exports to China.
Shenzhen is China's Silicon Valley with many robotics (UBTECH) and hitech electronics manufacturers and software developers. They manufacture robotic car parks, hybrid cars and electric trains.
In mid-1980s Dwight Walker visited Canton. This is now a thriving hitech area including horticulture and electronics.