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Upwork in China

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elliot wave

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Can someone tell me if Upwork is banned or illegal in China? I heard that some people have difficulties registering there from China.

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大块头

Upwork is a website that allows you to find and hire freelancers. I tested the website with this tool, and it appears to be accessible from mainland China. I've previously encountered freelancers on the site that are based in mainland China, but that doesn't say anything about its legality there... You may have better luck getting an answer if you ask on their community site.

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DavyJonesLocker

Yep, working for me here in China. I'd rather not register but seems like browsing the site has no problems.

 

 

1 hour ago, 大块头 said:

. I've previously encountered freelancers on the site that are based in mainland China, but that doesn't say anything about its legality there...

 

 

Some of those salaries are way too cheap so I'd wonder about the actual qualifications and experience. However "consultant" has a very loose meaning these days.

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