Tan Pan, a Chinese-English Journal on Negotiation, is a peer-reviewed journal on negotiation and conflict management, with all articles presented in both Chinese and English. The journal offers a vigorous and interdisciplinary intellectual home in Asia for the entire negotiation and conflict resolution field. Tan Pan mixes the “meat” of scholarship and empirical research with the “fruits of practical experience” from a variety of domains. It seeks to integrate Chinese and other Asian scholarship and practical experience with the best of scholarship and practice from other parts of the world. A particular focus of this journal is to find and feature knowledge and understanding about negotiation and human conflict from many fields, including some whose relationships to negotiation and conflict management have not been widely understood in the past.

Published in 10 issues per year, China Tax Intelligence is the only professional journal solely dedicated to tax planning issues facing multinational companies and other businesses operating in the PRC. Being the only bilingual publication in its field, the journal satisfies the information needs of both local and expatriate professionals. China Tax Intelligence is mainly authored by members of the journal’s Editorial board, all of whom are highly esteemed experts in the field of China tax. By providing content that is clear, up-to-date and relevant, the journal keeps readers abreast of the latest legislative developments and provides expert commentary and guidance on the most challenging issues in PRC tax. Through conducting in-depth interviews with leading tax practitioners, the journal also provides insights into the different approaches and attitudes adopted in tax practice. Since its inception, China Tax Intelligence has been the recommended reading for business professionals who desire to achieve business success through implementing effective tax strategies within their organisations.

China STAFF is the only professional journal solely dedicated to the strategic human resources issues facing senior HR professionals, financial controllers and other strategic business decision-makers operating in Greater China. Being the only bilingual publication in its field, China STAFF satisfies the information needs of both local and expatriate professionals. Since 1994, China STAFF has been the recommended reading for business professionals who are committed to building an effective HR strategy for their organisations. After 20 years, the journal continues to live up to its reputation for providing insightful, stimulating and practical content. Every month, China STAFF unveils the strategies behind leading companies from a wide variety of sectors. Our dedicated journalists conduct in-depth interviews with HR leaders to gather details about their policies, challenges and approach to resource allocation.