China Trip July 2019

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Back to China – again! Wife and a few others asking the deal – so as always – putting it out there. Here’s a very quick writeup so far

10 days on the road – July 6 – 17, 2019.

This Saturday, July 6, 2019 fly from Chiang Mai to Hong Kong. Evening flight so spend as much time as possible w/ the wife and kids.

Skylimo right to Huanggang border to Shenzhen, China. Arriving around 11:30pm. Hang at my buddy Dave’s.

Sunday July 7, local chores – fapiao (tax receipt) dissemination, mail receiving, sending.

Monday July 8 – morning in Shenzhen. Do a Global From Asia video blog on third party logistics.

Afternoon – meet Bloomberg podcaster in HK for an interview.

Night – Rise Conference meetups.

Tuesday, July 9 – Rise conference media content creation time.

Tuesday night July 9 – hosting a GFA meetup w/ Rise

Wednesday July 10 – some Rise things.

Afternoon – fly to Hangzhou (factory land) for a 2 day training seminar I’ll be doing on Amazon FBA.

Thursday / Friday July 11 – 12 – hosting a 2 day workshop and on-site training for a Chinese factory on Amazon FBA

Saturday July 13 – Yiwu China for Sisitano order shipment checking. A bunch of new listings and figured I’d check it out while I’m in town.

Sunday July 14 – not sure, somewhere in Yiwu / Yuyao

Monday July 15 – more factory meetings. May meet another factory who wants consulting and training.

Tuesday July 16 – fly from Hangzhou to Hong Kong

26 hour layover in HK airport – but did it on purpose to do an extensive update to globalfromasia.com/hongkongairport post on the shopping / lounges / hotels at the massive airport.

Wednesday July 17 – Back to Chiang Mai, Thailand.

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Have a good trip Mike. Is there a lot of demand from Chinese factories for FBA consulting? They seem really good at Amazon – what do they typically need help with?