Hello from Beijing, China

Emerald China team is passionate about disseminating meaningful and real-world impact researches to promote communication between China and the global community.

For nearly 15 years, we have been committed to supporting the evolving research needs of Chinese academics with a pragmatic view. We have great passion to delivery considerate service to our customers and be supportive to the academic community.

Improving the experience for all customers is a priority for the China team. Our team will continue to work with our network to publish and disseminate research which makes a difference and invest further in the community to support real world change.

Mike Fang

Regional Manager

What China is famous for

The Forbidden City

The Forbidden City was built from 1406 to 1420 during the Ming dynasty and served as the residence and court of twenty-four emperors. The Forbidden City covers an area of 1,120,000 square meters, also known as the vast holdings of paintings, calligraphy, ceramics, and antiquities of the imperial collections make it one of the most prestigious museums in China and the world. The Forbidden City was listed as a UNESCO World Heritage site in 1987.

The Great Wall

The Great Wall is the longest and most extensive ancient defense project in China and the world. It has been under construction for more than 2,000 years and is spread over a vast area of northern and central China, with a total length of more than 50,000 kilometers. The Great Wall is steep, towering, and undulating, resembling a soaring dragon soar.

Beijing Opera

Beijing Opera is the largest Chinese opera form with a history of 160 years. It has created many ‘firsts’ in Chinese dramas: the abundance of repertoires, the number of artists, opera troupes and spectators. It is a scenic art integrating music, performance, literature, aria, and face-painting. The combination of virtual and reality – a special technique of expression, keeps it largely free from the restriction of time and space on stage performance.

Beijing Duck

Beijing cuisine enjoys international fame for the variety of dishes developed in the imperial kitchens. Beijing Duck is one of the famous representatives. Esteemed by gourmets for its mouth-watering aroma, tempting appearance and delicate taste, there are secrets in the cooking, skill in the preparation and serving and delight in the tasting.

Zhongguancun

Emerald Beijing office is located near the Zhongguancun Science & Technology Park, a community composed by Tsinghua University, Peking University and 40+ universities. There are also nearly 20,000 high-tech enterprises, refer to Internet, satellite applications, biology and health, energy conservation etc. 

798 Art Dist

798 is reconstructed based on state-owned factories, which originally produced electronics. Beginning in 2002, artists and cultural organizations began to divide, rent out, and re-make the factory spaces, gradually developing them into galleries, art centers, artists’ studios, design companies, restaurants, and bars. Bringing together contemporary art, architecture, and culture with a historically interesting location and an urban lifestyle, “798” has evolved into a cultural concept, of interest to experts and normal folk alike, influential on our concepts of both urban culture and living space.

Get in contact:

  • Emerald (Beijing)
    Room 1301, Building B
    JinQiu International Plaza
    No. 6 Zhichun Road
    Haidian District
    Beijing
    People's Republic of China
  • +86 1082306438

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Due to Coronavirus (COVID-19) we have now made the decision to pause the majority of our recruitment. We are still actively hiring for roles that have been identified as critical to the business and will be conducting interviews over the telephone and/or via video conferencing. We will continue to provide any updates on changes to this process.