Beijing

Our office in Beijing is located in the heart of the Embassy District, a convenient walk from the Sanlitun expat area and a few subway stops from the heart of the Beijing Central Business District.

The office is responsible for overseeing successful internship placements with host companies around the city and ensuring a positive experience for program participants throughout their time on the program.

Office Address

CRCC Asia Ltd (Beijing)

609, 1 Kunsha Center
16 Xinyuanli, Chaoyang, Beijing 100027
China
Phone: (+86) 010 8468 3779
Email: beijing@crccasia.com

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Sunday Closed


Staff Members

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Ceinwen (Kay) Michael

Beijing General Manager

Kay first lived in China in 2001 whilst volunteering on a gap year. She then completed a BA in History at the University of Sussex before further pursuing her interest in China by studying an MA in Chinese and Business at the University of Leeds.

Since then she has worked in a number of roles relating to China, including recruitment of Chinese students to the UK, and recruitment of interns to China for the CRCC Asia London office. In her free time, Kay enjoys traveling and photography.

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Sarah Hansen

Program Manager

Sarah Hansen is from Birmingham, Alabama in the United States. She graduated from the University of Michigan with a Bachelor’s degree in English and Linguistics and almost immediately thereafter hopped on a plane to Beijing.

She has a great deal of customer service experience and likes working with people from all different backgrounds so CRCC Asia is a great fit. When not at work, she enjoys being active outdoors, settling down with a good read, and taking pen to paper.

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Gogo Yang

Program Manager

Gogo completed her masters degree in Journalism and Mass communication at Griffith University of Australia, where she experienced a different lifestyle and culture shock in a foreign country firsthand. These experiences inspired her to go traveling and gain access to a mulch-cultural environment.

She has been to many cities in Australia, Japan and Thailand. The most important part of these travels was to see the outside world and learn to respect the differences among cultures. In 2010, she worked in an English training school as a learning consultant.

She enjoyed transferring the western culture and different thinking to Chinese people. In 2012, she worked in the Chinese entertainment industry with some celebrities, which she really enjoyed. In her spare time, she likes reading and joining events to make friends and share with people.

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Yunbai Li

HR Manager

Yunbai was born in Beijing and graduated from University of Western Brittany of France with a Bachelor Degree in Economic Management.

She worked as an accountant assistant in a Beijing-based accounting, taxation and business advisory firm, who focused on providing services to small and medium sized Wholly Foreign Owned Enterprises, Joint Ventures and Representative Offices in Beijing.

Yunbai always liked to work with people from different countries and is interested in diverse cultures.

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Bridget Zhang

Business Development Manager

Bridget studied English Literature in China and spent her gap year in Sweden where she studied, volunteered and traveled extensively. Inspired by her overseas experience, she decided to join a multicultural working environment helping foreign friends to know more about China.

Before joining the CRCC Asia, she worked as an English teacher in a language training school. She enjoys politics and law as well as intellectual exchange with people from different cultural backgrounds. She is further exploring different cultures by learning German.

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Joseph Olley

Business Development Manager

Joseph first visited China in 2010 to complete an internship in Marketing. He returned to the University of Birmingham where he was studying Political Science to complete his dissertation on China’s ‘One Child Policy’. Joseph moved to London in 2012 to work for a bespoke tailoring company selling its products and services. He also studied Mandarin at Westminster University and became a member of the China Britain Youth Association.

Joseph returned to Beijing to study Mandarin and took a full time job in marketing working on MasterCard’s 2014 Priceless Beijing Campaign for the duration of 2013. Joseph enjoys golf, art and fashion, is a member of the China Britain Business Council and a certified TEFL teacher.