Tuesday, 3 June 2014

Derbyshire company's corporate social responsibility work to help Chinese Buddhist Master restock Shanghai Lake

In a suburb near Shanghai Go Frontiers contributed in helping the Buddhist Master Wei Jing to release fish that were originally destined for Shanghai's fish markets.

In a short Buddhist ceremony given by the Master Wei Jing over 20,000 fish were released in to the lake in an effort to help the environment and restock the lake next to their ancient temple.

Based in Loscoe village in Derbyshire, Go Frontiers helps UK companies to do business in China, build relationships and people skills in Chinese business culture with their Chinese counterparts/agents in order to save costs, improve performance, day-to-day communications and reduce risk, employee stress.

More of the story can be read on our news blog

Posted by Gary Rice, Go Frontiers (UK & China)

1 comment:

  1. I think this is Brilliant that a small English company helped a Buddhist Master restock a Shanghai Lake. I have meet the boss Gary Rice from Go Frontiers once and he was such an honest guy and realy caring and passionate about his work and helping people in China and UK.