Aktuell: Automobil Stammtisch ab 2014   Vermehrt haben wir Anfragen erhalten, einen reinen Stammtisch fuer die Automobil Branche in Peking zu organisieren und wir moechten diesen nun gerne ab Januar 2014 einmal pro Monat veranstalten. In diesem Zusammenhang sind wir momentan auf der Suche nach Unternehmen aus diesem Bereich, die sich gerne beteiligen moechten, z.B. im Rahmen einer Praesentation. Wenn Sie Interesse haben bei dem Automobil Stammtisch mitzuwirken, melden Sie sich bitte bei

Frau Kathrin Brueggemeier, Managing Director, Beijing German-inspired Events Services Co., Ltd. kathrin(at)g-i-events.com Mobile: 137 1834 2045


Aktuell: Artikel der Beijing Rundschau zum Automotive Roundtable: http://german.beijingreview.com.cn/german2010/Focus/2014-02/13/content_596127.htm

Veranstaltungen im Oktober 2014/Deutschsprachige Events & Sino-European Events in Beijing

Oktober Stammtisch

der deutschsprachigen Community in Beijing

Wann: Mittwoch, 22. Oktober 2014, ab 19 Uhr

Wo:     TAPS – German Bar & Grill First Floor of Luga’s Villa

             7 Sanlitun North Road (Northwest of 3.3 Mall), Sanlitun, Chaoyang District, Beijing

       三里屯北路7 (三点三西北角)

Mit:       90l lokalem Freibier. Solange der Vorrat reicht!

Gebühr: Eintritt Frei bei Anmeldung vor dem 20. Oktober 2014

               50 RMB/Person Abendkasse

                Eintritt frei für Jahres-Sponsoren!

Um am Stammtisch teilzunehmen, melden Sie sich bitte via kathrin(at)deutschinbeijing.com oder nicole(at)deutschinbeijing.com vor dem 20. Oktober 2014 an. Falls Sie trotz Anmeldung doch nicht teilnehmen können, sagen Sie bitte Ihre Teilnahme vor dem 20. Oktober ab. 


1-Day Tour to Shuiyu Ancient Village and Xiayunling Resort

 Shuiyu ancient village is an ancient village that has 128 stone grinding bases which are from Ming to Qing dynasty and now is the holder of Guiness world record. The village is in deep Fangshan district and was built in Ming and Qing dynasty. It has been characterized as ancient housings, grinding bases and ancient flag pole women performance. Now there are 100 sets of old Beijing style housings existing.

After visiting Shuiyu village, we will arrange lunch at Xiayunling Resort which is surrounded by lake and mountain. It has bamboo boating, fishing, and you can walk along the valley and hike to the top to have bird view over the reservoir.


When: Sunday, October 26, 2014: 7:30 am; Departure at 8:00 am
Meeting Point: East Lake Villa (东湖别墅)
Dongzhimenwaidajie No. 35,
08:00 am: Departure Shuiyu ancient village

10:00 am: Arrival at Shuiyu ancient village

12:00 pm: Leave for lunch

13:00 pm: Arrival at Xiayunling resort

16:00 pm: Back to city
RMB 230/Person in case of advanced booking and payment by October 21, 2014!
If you like to join with children below 1.20 m please contact us!
Pre-payment is possible via bank transfer or in cash at our office. Please let us know about your preference when registering! 

RMB 280/Person in case of registration before October 21 and on-site payment.

Price includes:

  • Local Transportation
  • All entrance tickets
  • Local lunch with tea (no other drinks are included)
  • Private English speaking tour guide

 Seats are limited! If you like to attend, RSVP via below form and send to

kathrin(at)deutschinbeijing.com or nicole(at)deutschinbeijing.com or register on our website by October 21, 2014.
In case you register but can not attend, please cancel your reservation before October 21. Otherwise you will be invoiced for the event.


  1. In case of less than 30 participants and/or bad weather condition, we keep the right to cancel the trip. The respective notice will be sent via text message to your mobile phone.
  2. Insurance Policy: Please purchase your own travel insurance; it’s not included in the participation fee. If you don’t have any insurance, please understand that this trip is on your own risk. The organizer will not be responsible for any safety issues, damages or losses, etc. occurring during the trip.
  3. Cancellation policy: If you wish to cancel the trip, please cancel before October 21, 6:00 pm. Any cancellation after October 21 will be charged with the full price of RMB 280.



October Automotive Roundtable in Beijing

China‘s Anti-Monopoly Law and How to Deal with the Changes Required

- in cooperation with  “Autoköpfe” –


Due to recent findings several players of the automotive industry have been involved in China’s anti-monopoly investigations.
The upcoming October Automotive Roundtable in Beijing will provide a platform for officials and company representatives to discuss how to comply with Chinese Anti-Monopoly law and regulations as well as how to avoid malpractice.


When: Tuesday, October 28, 2014, 6:00 pm

6:00 – 7:00 pm: Registration and Networking Dinner

(costs will be paid by participants separately to the restaurant)


7:00 pm: Presentation

By Mr. Lu Yanchun, Deputy Director, Price Supervision and Anti-Monopoly Bureau, National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC)

Mr. Lu Yanchun, as the Deputy Director of Price Supervision and Anti-Monopoly Bureau, National Development and Reform Commission (NDRC), is taking in charge of anti price-fixing investigation in commodity field.


7:40 pm: Presentation: Antitrust Compliance in China

By Ms. Fay Zhou, Partner Competition Practice, Linklaters LLP Beijing Representative Office

Fay Zhou is a partner based in Beijing, she is a senior competition lawyer and an expert in anti-trust, risk and compliance matters, providing a unique insight from her eight years of working for the Chinese Ministry of Commerce. Fay has been practicing competition law for eight years in international firms in their DC and BJ offices. Fay focuses on helping both multinational and Chinese clients handle Chinese and foreign government investigations on alleged cartel activities, abuse of dominance, making notifications and obtaining clearance for proposed mergers and acquisitions, as well as counselling clients in connection with the antitrust and anti-corruption risks of their business behaviour.

8:00 pm: Q&A

Moderator: Mr. Stefan Sack, CEO, Comau (Shanghai) Engineering Co., Ltd & Vice President and Chairman of Board, Shanghai Chapter, European Union Chamber of Commerce in China (EUCCC)

Dr. Stefan Sack is the CEO of COMAU in China.  Additionally he is national Vice President and Chairman of the Shanghai Board of the European Union Chamber of Commerce in China (EUCCC).
Before joining COMAU in 2011 he was working as the Managing director China for Voith Industrial and from 2005 to 2008 as Vice President of Operations for three factories in the South of China and Beijing for FRIWO/CEAG group.
Before coming to China Stefan was working from 1999-2004 as a Project Leader with McKinsey & Company in the Hamburg office.
Stefan studied Physics at the University of Hamburg and got his PhD in the field of Molecular Biology/Physics from the same University in collaboration with the Max-Planck Society for the advancement of Science in Germany.  

Where: Restaurant “Zeit Berlin”
 Beijing Chaoyang District Xiaoyunroad / Xiaoyunli No 6
(inside Royal Palace Hotel) 北京朝阳区霄云里6号 城宝饭店内

Fee: 150 RMB/Person, incl. 1 Welcome Drink if registered by October 27.
       250 RMB/Person, incl. 1 Welcome Drink at the door without registration
      Free for Annual Sponsors!

Language: English

Seats are limited! If you like to attend, RSVP via email
or nicole(at)deutschinbeijing.com or on our website by October 27, 2014. 

In case you register but can not attend, please cancel your reservation before October 27. Otherwise you will be invoiced for the event.