Headquarters & Sub-Centers

CALCC is headquartered in Hainan Island of China. As China’s largest special economic zone, Hainan is connected to many ASEAN countries across the waters and is the central hinterland of the Maritime Silk Road of the 21st Century that links China and ASEAN countries, covering 35.4 thousand square kilometers land area and about 2.1 million square kilometers ocean area.

The CALCC HQ, set up in 2012 operates with the mechanism of the Board of Directors functions as the core, the Secretariat handles the overall coordination and scientific management, the Communications Department is responsible for publicity and public relations, coordinates and organizes international exchange activities and undertakes the tasks of carrying out non-governmental exchange programs of law and other relevant work while the Legal Affairs Department conducts research on policy, business information and legal subjects and provides online consulting in addition to forming discussion groups composed of project experts.

CALCC is headquartered in Hainan Island of China. As China’s largest special economic zone, Hainan is connected to many ASEAN countries across the waters and is the central hinterland of the Maritime Silk Road of the 21st Century that links China and ASEAN countries, covering 35.4 thousand square kilometers land area and about 2.1 million square kilometers ocean area.

The CALCC HQ, set up in 2012 operates with the mechanism of the Board of Directors functions as the core, the Secretariat handles the overall coordination and scientific management, the Communications Department is responsible for publicity and public relations, coordinates and organizes international exchange activities and undertakes the tasks of carrying out non-governmental exchange programs of law and other relevant work while the Legal Affairs Department conducts research on policy, business information and legal subjects and provides online consulting in addition to forming discussion groups composed of project experts.

Headquaters

Haikou

6th Floor of Huandao Tide Hotel,

No.18 of Heping Avenue, Haikou, Hainan

Province, China

P.C.: 570208

Fax: +86-898-68553509

Tel: +86-898-68553506

Liaison Department: +86-898-68583503

Email: calcc@hycalcc.org

Web: www.hycalcc.org

 

Sanya

No.336 of Jinjiling Street, Sanya, Hainan

Province, China

P.C.: 572000

Fax: +86-898-88677336/88679336

Tel: +86-898-88678336

Email: hnsyzcy@126.org

Website: www.hycalcc.org

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Sub-Centers

Beijing

In June 2015, CALCC reached cooperation with Beijing Jingsh Law Firm to set up CALCC (Beijing). The Beijing Sub-Center adheres to expansion of its service range based on an international outlook and to developing, exploring and reforming its services in scale, professional, brand oriented, international and E-commerce-oriented directions.

3/F, Jingsh Lawyer Building, No.37

Middle East Fourth Ring Road, Chaoyang

District, Beijing

P.C.: 100025

Tel: +86-10-50959999

Fax: +86-10-50959998

Email: 774165606@qq.com

 

Yunnan

On July 7, 2012, The Yunnan sub-center was established in July 2012. Yunnan is interlinked with Vietnam by land, Myanmar and Laos, connected some ASEAN countries such as Thailand, Cambodia by the Lancang- Mekong river. In the recent years, as the south-west gate of China, Yunnan has served as the bridge between China and Southern Asia and become a crucial region in terms of trade and economic cooperation for China-ASEAN.

17-18/F, Tower B, Huayu

Building, Wuhua District,

Kunming, Yunnan Province

P.C.: 650021

Fax: +86-871-3181986

Tel: +86-871-3181986

Email: mw9368@163.com

 

 

Qianhai

In December 2015, CALCC reached cooperation with Beijing W&H (Shenzhen) Law Firm to set up CALCC (Qianhai sub-center). Taking advantage of Shenzhen’s geographic advantages in connecting Guangdong Province, Hong Kong and Macau, and the industry strength in Hitech, financial services, foreign trade and export, ocean transportation, culture and creative industry, the Qianhai Sub-center could provide a friendly communication and co-operation in legal affairs between CAFTA and districts like Guangdong Province, Hong Kong and Macau.

Room 401, Tower D, Shenzhen

Academy of Aerospace Technology Building,

Kejinanshi Road, Nanshan District, Shenzhen

City, Guangdong Prov., China.

P.C.: 518057

Tel: +86-755-82984566

Email: aiminliao@163.com

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Malaysia Center

Malaysia Center

Located at Southeast Asia, Malaysia is a newly-developed country with diversified economy. The Malaysia Sub-Center was established at the end of 2011, located at the Golden Triangle prosperous business area in the central hinterland of Kuala Lumpur and adjacent to various major scenic spots and business roads of the city.

Since its establishment, the Malaysia Sub-Center has built up friendly relationship with Malaysia Bar Council, the Asian International Arbitration Center based in Kuala Lumpur, the local Chinese merchants associations and several multinational enterprises, provided various legal services including policy analysis, preliminary investigation and research, scheme review, enterprise training and dispute settlement by virtue of its advantageous resources from the legal and economic perspectives, and provided investors with professional Islamic law knowledge as given by the invited consultant of famous Islamic law scholars, which effectively evaded the religion problems encountered in the investment and trade.

Located at Southeast Asia, Malaysia is a newly-developed country with diversified economy. The Malaysia Sub-Center was established at the end of 2011, located at the Golden Triangle prosperous business area in the central hinterland of Kuala Lumpur and adjacent to various major scenic spots and business roads of the city.

Since its establishment, the Malaysia Sub-Center has built up friendly relationship with Malaysia Bar Council, the Asian International Arbitration Center based in Kuala Lumpur, the local Chinese merchants associations and several multinational enterprises, provided various legal services including policy analysis, preliminary investigation and research, scheme review, enterprise training and dispute settlement by virtue of its advantageous resources from the legal and economic perspectives, and provided investors with professional Islamic law knowledge as given by the invited consultant of famous Islamic law scholars, which effectively evaded the religion problems encountered in the investment and trade.

Other Part of Southeast Asia

Other Part of Southeast Asia

With the support of the Chinese Chamber of Commerce in Cambodia, the sub-center in Cambodia was founded in February 2016 in Phnom Penh.

Operated by a number of Chinese-Cambodians businessmen and seasoned lawyers, the sub-center has gradually attracted a group of the elite members from the business community and the legal circle to join, by successfully leveraging the investment boom initiated by “the Belt and Road” and the strength of the Chinese Cambodians businessmen.

At present, the Center has formed a legal think tank comprised of university law professors, senior lawyers and former government officials.

The sub-center offers legal consultation with regard to investing in Cambodia and translation services, and provides legal training and lectures to companies including the Cambodian Branch of Bank of China, the Cambodian Branch of China Railway Engineering Corp. (CREC) and the Cambodian Branch of China State Construction Engineering Corp. (CSCEC).

 

No. 414AB, Monivong Blvd,

Sangkat BeoungKengKang 1 Khan Chamkamon Phnom Penh

P.C. : 12302

Tel: 00855-88-3022444 / 17343388

Contact: Chen Meng

Email: lilakong88@gmail.com

In August 2014, China-ASEAN Legal Cooperation Center Myanmar was established in the largest city of Myanmar, Yangon.

It is adjacent to the Chinatown, enjoying quality commercial, business, law and academic research resources.

It has the former Myanmar government officer as the consultant and a think-tank composed of professional lawyers, market elites and excellent managers.

The Myanmar sub-center devotes to providing all round and professional economic, commercial and legal services for Chinese and Myanmar investors, including company establishment, investment, financing, acquisition, introduction and promotion of trade programs, risk evaluation and legal training, making it a solid and reliable legal backup force of investors.

It is now undertaking the mission of providing special legal agency for the investment program of a Chinese large state-owned enterprise in Myanmar hotel and is assisting many China-invested enterprises in setting up companies in Myanmar.

 

F1, No. 176 Botataung Pagoda Road, Pazundaung Township, Yangon, Myanmar

Tel: +95-09-73164559

Contact: U Ye Noos

Email: ye.noos1@gmail.com

China-ASEAN Legal Cooperation Center Philippine has been officially established in September 2013.

Located in the Tang-district in Manila of Philippines, near by the major Chinese associations such as Federation of Philippine Chinese Chambers of Commerce and Industry Inc, Philippine Chinese Industry and Commerce Chamber and the Philippine Sports Association.

The center has created a juristic think tank which composed by directors and presidents from Philippines-China Culture and Economic Exchange Promotion Association, Chief Justice of Appeal Court, law professors, senior lawyers and notaries.

Taking advantage of Chinese Merchants’ influence in the ASEAN countries, the center has established friendly relationships with many Chinese organizations and enterprises, such as Philippines-China Culture and Economic Exchange Promotion Association and the Philippines Chinese Industry and Commerce Chamber.

 

Room 718 BPI Building, Plaza Cervantes Binondo Manila

P.C.: 1006

Tel: 0063-2-9573573 0063-2-3102043

Contact: Jaime Dychauco

Fax: 0063-2-3136667

Email: calccenter@163.com

Singapore is one of Asian’s important financial, service and shipping centers and is the fourth international financial centers ranked after New York, London and Hong Kong.

The establishment of Singapore sub-center in this city state where Chinese accounts for 74.2% of the population is greatly supported by Singapore China Friendship Association and provides tremendous convenience for the investors’ introducing the local investment policy and environment and providing professional and all-round legal services.

 

17 River Valley Road #05-12 Liang Court Singapore

P.C.: 179030

Tel: +65 6836 0732

Contact: Chung Ting Fai

Fax: +65 6738 7490

Email: tfchung@tfchung.com

In May 2015, the CALCC set up the Thailand sub-center based in Thailand’s first Chinese law firm, the Thailand DTL Law Firm.

It is positioned in providing quality local legal service for Chinese and Thailand customers.

The sub-center provides China-Thailand investment policy information and cope with the trans-national market changes, practical and creative services and constructive legal solutions.

 

4th Floor, Nai Lert Tower, 2/4 Wireless Road,

Lumphini, Pathumwan, Bangkok, Thailand.

P.C.: 10330

Tel: 0066-22552733

Contact: Shi Datuo

Email: info@dtlasean.com

Established in 2014, the Vietnam sub-center is located at the city center of Hanoi, capital of Vietnam, gathering many Chinese lawyers as approved by the Department of Justice of Vietnam with rich practicing experience and professional Vietnamese translators. It has built and kept long-term cooperative relationship with the industrial and commercial sectors, the justice department, government departments and professional institutions of Vietnam such as identification institutions, risk investment consulting organizations and accounting firms.

It has succeeded in many cases including its assistance in helping a Chinese enterprise settle in Vietnam market, setting up the first Chinese wholly-owned foreign-invested import and export trading company in Vietnam, dispensing professional legal opinion to the successful contract execution involving multiple investment projects in Vietnam of a power grid company and participation in the contract negotiation of a Yunnan power station’s contracting a hydropower station program of Vietnam.

 

Room 2401 Building B, Vinaconex1, 289A Lane, Cau Giay District, Hanoi, Vietnam

Tel: +84-04-62657980 +84-04-936093060

Contact: Zhu Jun

Fax: +84-04-62657980