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Creative Chinese Copywriter

Job Ref.CT3113171-01#0034

When there is a "Pls", you want to rewrite it into "Please"? Prefer texting to voice message? Maybe you are the one we looking for.  

Kappa House is a boutique sized advertising and design agency located in Quarry Bay, we provide through-the-line services to our clients, from online to offline & from ideas to execution. Our business is expanding and we need someone passionate & talented to work together. 

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Job Duties:

-       Copywriting for advertising collaterals  

-       Ensure quality and accurate work delivered 

-       Proofreading 

-       Concept Development 


-       Excellent command of written Chinese and English

-       Detail-minded, well-organised, perfectionist and self-motivated 

-       Willing to work overtime and capable to work under tight schedule

-       Strong in communication and interpretation 

-       University graduate 

Interested candidates please send CV, portfolio (if you are experienced in advertising, please include 5 selected work pieces in jpg/pdf. Or anything that can show your capability in Chinese Copywriting) and expected salary to us by clicking "Apply Now". 

Application without Chinese writing portfolio will not be considered. 

All applications received will be used for selection purpose only.

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