Try Not to Fall, Easiway Team!

What happens when Easiway’s whole team member meet up in one place? We all go hiking! Not just any hiking: the near-death-experience kind!

This is a photo of us before we knew what we’re getting ourselves into. Look at us! Happy as a clam.

The sun, the hike? Not a problem! ...or we thought so...

The sun, the hike? Not a problem! …or we thought so…

Then we hit a downfall. We thought our guide was joking when he asked us to go down this steep slope with only branches to hold on to.

The great downfall

There was a lot of screaming.

We thought he was joking again when he asked us to climb this.

The climb

Rina ninja-ing her way up.

Only when we thought it was easy from now on, we had to go through this.

Holy cow!!! I’m high.

Of course, it’s the only way home.

Only if my legs were longer…

We stared at the sea that followed us and hoped that a boat would save us.

Come to us, boat!

But it only told us  to “Dream on.”

I've never seen so many rocks in my life.

Aaaaannnnnnnnnnnnnnnnnd, the walk goes on.

Even during this madness, being the positive people that we are, we took some time to appreciate the view! Have to say, we are dreamers.



I wonder where this sea takes us to

I wonder where this sea takes us to.

Summer time!

Summer time!

Yes, we almost died due to the heat, but the view from the top was breath taking.

Mother nature

We love you, mother nature!

My favorite shot of the day!

My favorite shot of the day!

Easiway team!

That victory shot when you’re at the top!

It was harder than we expected. Yes, there was a lot of sweat. But I love how the team helped each other to the end. No one was left behind. Everyone was incredibly patient. It was a team building exercise and the task really worked. Lesson learned: LEAVE NO ONE BEHIND!

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Is working at a startup as my first job a good idea?-‘Abosolutely’- Part 2

By Jonathan Kos-Read

No one can answer that question for you, but you can always take people’s different view on it into consideration.

The next post is written by our staff from the CS team. This company is her first and she says “Absolutely!”

The previous post was written by our staff from the marketing team. easi6 Limited is not the first company she worked for and her answer is closer to a “No.”

Note that this post will be helpful for commerce students new seeking opportunities.

Creating a new culture in a company brings me a great sense of accomplishment. The company and I are both at the starting line. We are growing and making a new culture together so this company means a lot to me. This connect I have with this company helps it grow strong bringing change.

Just out of college, my mind is fresh and unbiased and everyone expects new idea from me. I am passionate and love facing new challenges. Many say it will be hard because I have no experience, but this is actually a great motivation to learn and I can test out what I learned right away. I feel like everything I do is not only for the company, but also for ME. And, I really like that.

Startup is where people of various background come together to help each other out. I don’t have experience, but my co-worker does so he helps me. A lot, actually. In return, I know how to communicate online to garner social media attention. It’s just the start for me, but this company gives me great responsibility which really makes me think I am really doing something.

People ask me why I joined a startup as my first job. Honestly, I do not know what the difference between a startup and a big corporate is. You chose a company if you believe in their product and value. I believe in Easiway because it makes it easier for commuters between Hong Kong and Shenzhen. My confidence in this business acts as a rock even when things get shaky.

I love what I do and that’s the most important part of a job.

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Hong Kong-Shenzhen shuttle booking easier with Easiway – 50 pct discount for all users

Easiway Shuttle

Hong Kong-based Easi6 Limited said today its flagship ride-booking app Easiway now allows users to book tickets of cross-border shuttles that connect Hong Kong and Shenzhen.

Tickets will be sold with a 50-percent discount for all users from June 13 to 27, the company added.

Users only need to insert the promotional code “SHUTTLE50” on the application.

Easi6, formerly known as Easishare Limited, operates the Easiway platform that makes cross-border travelling convenient in Hong Kong and Guangdong area.

The tickets will be available from 36 RMB for shuttle buses and 140 RMB for shuttle vans. Details are available at its official website and mobile application.

The shuttles will take Easi6 users to major destinations, including but not limited to Shenzhen’s Bao’an Airport, North Station and Hong Kong’s Airport, Ocean Park, Disney Land, Hong Kong Island and Tsim Sha Tsui.

Easi6 said there are currently 21 and three lines available for buses and vans, respectively, although the number will grow down the road.

Users simply need to select time, date, starting and ending stops on the app. They can make cashless payment via the app which accepts credit cards, Unionpay, WeChat Pay and Alipay.

“Available in Chinese, English and Korean, now foreigners can enjoy this affordable cross-border shuttles with our application,” Kay woo, CEO of Easi6 Limited, said. “Also with the cashless payment methods, we expect the queue at the ticket booth to be shortened.”

After users book a ticket on the application, they must get the ticket issued/ printed to board the shuttle bus or van. A guide to the locations of ticket booth and boarding point are available on the application. The descriptions of the immigration-check process for each shuttle type are on the webpage.

Easiway also allows users to book premium chauffeur-driven rides in advance on their schedule to travel anywhere in Hong Kong, Shenzhen and Guangdong area. Users can book travels that cross the border between Hong Kong and Shenzhen and those that don’t.

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How do you get your visa issued when visiting China?

City of Shenzhen

City of Shenzhen


Some nationalities, like South Koreans, are required with visa to enter China. Be sure to get your visa issued from verified and widely-used agencies, especially if you’re getting group/paper visa.

It was a late Friday night when a Korean customer called us for help on her way from Shenzhen to Hong Kong in our Easiway van. Shenzhen’s custom office had asked our customer to get off the vehicle at the border. It was unexpected because Easiway vans allow passengers with visa to get custom checks without having to get off. She had entered Shenzhen from Hong Kong with a group/paper visa earlier that day.

It turned out that the agency that issued the visa was not listed in the custom office’s system. Eventually, she had to wait until the custom office staff was able to reach someone from the agency. This took a lot of her time. She even missed her ferry to Macau from Hong Kong China Ferry Terminal. So we had to help her communicate with a cab driver to take her to a different terminal. It surely was a looooooong day for her.

Dodge this hassle by getting visa to China issued from an agency that is widely-used and make sure it will take full responsibility that such problem will not occur. Getting visa from travel agencies can be another good choice.

Find out if you need visa to China here.

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[Press Release] Van-booking app ‘Easiway’ connects Hong Kong, Shenzhen, saving 50 mins of travel time


– With Easiway, travelers don’t have to get off vans for immigration checks in Hong Kong and Shenzhen, shortening one-way trips by some 50 minutes

– Easiway offers various payment methods, including Alipay

HONG KONG, August 13, 2015— Hong Kong-based software and retailing startup EASISHARE LIMITED, announced today it launched van-hailing mobile application Easiway that connects passengers to the closest vans travelling across Hong Kong and Shenzhen.

With Easiway, available for downloading at eight major Chinese Android markets, Google Play and Apple Store, users can be verified at the seat of their vehicles simply by passing through immigration gates. This is possible because vans booked by Easiway have two plates, one for Shenzhen and the other for Hong Kong.

“Easiway shortens the traveling time across Hong Kong and Shenzhen by at least 50 minutes,” Kay woo, CEO of EASISHARE LIMITED, said. “Basically, you can say that it is one of the most convenient ways to travel.”

Regular travelers by public transportation or personal cars approximately spends an hour to get off their vehicles twice to get in line for immigration checks in board control points both in Hong Kong and Shenzhen.

Easiway users simply needs to type in his or her destination on the app, which will be sent to the available van drivers.

The app is available in Chinese, English, Korean and soon in Japan. It also offers various payment methods, including Alipay and Apple Pay.

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