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Website launched to meet demand for butler service in China by Xu Lin,December 30, 2019 Adjust font size:

Vage Home celebrated the launch of the official website of Meiyinghui, a platform providing professional butler services in China, in Beijing last Saturday. 

The website of Meiyinghui, a platform providing professional butler services in China,is launched in Beijing on Dec. 28, 2019. [Photo courtesy of Vage Home]

One of the flagship services offered by Vage Home, a pioneer in China’s housekeeping services industry, is qualified butlers. To celebrate its seventh year, its high-end brand Meiyinghui is officially launching a new website

Zhang Ran, founder of Vage Home [Photo courtesy of Vage Home]

For Zhang Ran, founder of Vage Home, this marks an upward step for the company’s housekeeping services, following the publication of her book “Chinese-style Butler” early this year, which took four years for her and her team members to complete.The book analyzes the skills that a professional Chinese butler should master, including communication, wine storage, appreciation of high-end products, food and wine pairing, social etiquette, and household financial management.

Zhang said the new website, based on the book,will introduce the idea of Chinese-style butler service to a wider group of users as a subordinate brand of Vage Home.

“The company started to offer professional housekeeping services back in 2013. Meiyinghui will be very useful, both for people who need high-quality butler services, and for those who want to pursue a professional career in butlery,” Zhang explained.

“I hope that the website will also help improve the standard of the housekeeping industry, and promote the further development of the industry,” she added.

Among the attendees at the ceremony were Mu Lijie, chairman of Beijing Homemaking Service Association, Xu Huayu, secretary general of Beijing Homemaking Service Association, Wang Haibo, secretary general ofBeijing Maternaland Child Services Association, Guo Lijuan, director of the Administrative Committee of Beijing Maternaland Child Services Association. A total of more than 200 guests were present to witness the website launch.

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