German Chamber Ticker - Chamber Magazine Mainland China

The German Chamber Ticker is the business journal of the German Chamber of Commerce in Mainland China. The free English magazine is published bi-monthly and features cover stories on current topics, news of the German Chamber, interviews with key business people as well as articles on social issues, environment, finance or other relevant topics.

Language: English
Publication Period: Bi-monthly

Current issue: April - May


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Selected articles translated into German can be found here:

"Was lenkt Chinas Autofahrer?"
"Whenzhou: Vorreiter der Finanzreform"

German Chamber Ticker Goes Mobile!

The German Chamber Ticker Magazine is now available for iPhone, iPad and Android mobile devices. Now, you can enjoy the full content of the magazine on the go. Download the App directly from the Apple App Store or Google Play for Android devices (version 2.3.2 or later). Scan QR codes below for the direct access:



                       AHK Greater China Annual Report 2013

The Annual Report grants an overview on all member events and publications in 2013. This years edition, published from German Chamber of Commerce in Guangzhou,Shanghai and Beijing, reflects the main changes.


North China

South & Southwest China

Pocket Guide Shanghai

The Shanghai Pocket Guide, published by the German Chamber of Commerce in Shanghai, is a detailed guidebook for visitors to or new residents of Shanghai. Written by people familiar to or living in Shanghai, the Guide offers insiders' information on their favorite hang-outs, Shanghai’s must-see spots and historical walking tours through the city. The Guide further provides practical information related to daily life in Shanghai, such as transportation, cultural tips, and translation assistance.
The partly bi-lingual notation, the various maps of the city as well as a business directory with useful and important addresses allows readers to get along more easily within a new cultural environment.


East China (Chief Editor)
Ms. Olivia Helvadjian


North China
Ms. Jana Kumpf


South & Southwest China
Ms. Heidrun Buss