wechat sharing

WeSecretary: Your Text-based Personal Assistant

Introducing WeSecretary: A secretary service that functions on WeChat and is about to make life just that much easier.  

Wechat Secretary


At Your Service

Started by co-founders David Lancashire and Daniel Worlton who have more than 15 years of China between them, WeSecretary is all about lots of little things we have to do that we don't really want to do, or the big things that most of us struggle with/hate to do/avoid like the plague. Think visa applications, ordering water to your apartment, and everything in between. 


How it Works

For the many of us who shy away from the wonders of Taobao and other online purchases, WeSecretary is available to help . They'll arrange your purchase from start to finish, you pay them for your item and a 10 percent service fee. 

Another feature we're particularly fond of works just like a personal assistant. If you need something translated, reservations to be made or questions to be asked, WeSecretary takes a fully refundable deposit of RMB300 and charges per minute for assisting you (RMB120 per hour). Common requests the team receives include hiring ayis, finding drivers and arranging deliveries

During their beta stage, we tried this service out, getting WeSecretary to handle dinner reservations and a request for a late check-in for visiting relatives, all through a quick WeChat text. We were quick to realize a combination of little things you don't have to worry about makes life that much smoother (plus it made is feel proper fancy to have someone tending to our needs).  



Payment can be made by all the usual means: credit cards, Alipay, Bitcoin (with special discounts available) and PayPal

With a steadily climbing number of people who are signing up for the service, we highly recommend getting in early and getting used to a life less mafan.  


Find out more about WeSecretary here, or scan the code to add them on WeChat here:





TAG Beijing
Originally from the sleek streets of Singapore, Rett now prowls around the hutongs of Beijing seeking cool bars, strange people, and a place to park her bike.


smog 3

By: Cityweekend -

Beijing's six districts will achieve gas-fired heating this...
  Come winter, Beijing will experience its cold and smoggy days (again). We had already been warned by the met department last week of severe cold and pollution days to come. The city is taking...
Read More

By: Bidishamullick -

The Haunted 13
    Line 1 metro - What lurks in those tunnels?   The metro in Beijing is the most convenient and comfortable way to commute (except during rush hour). The hydra-like tracks under and above...
Read More
IMG 5802 opt

By: Anonymous -

Whistle While You Work: Meet Chef Antonio Borriello
Your career in China started in Shanghai where you worked for a number of hotels. What do you think are the biggest differences between working in Beijing and Shanghai? I worked in Shanghai for 18...
Read More
rsz 1rsz wechat image 20170922122546

By: Bidishamullick -

Taste of Mexico's Chef's Table
Last Thursday, the week-long Mexican Gastronomical Festival began at the Renaissance Beijing Capital Hotel (it ends today with a Salsa Night; you can get the tickets at the hotel or just call...
Read More




I used it, works great
Download App Now
Select your device platform and get download started
Add & Promote an Event
Tell everybody what's going on. FREE.

You've reached the limit of allowed deals. For more information

Contact us

You've reached the limit of allowed housing listing. For more information

Contact us