If you'd like a rock-solid web developer in Shenzhen, Guangzhou or Hong Kong, China (and one who's easy to communicate with): I'm your choice. I use PHP as my main web-programming language, which is exceedingly popular world-wide. PHP is also popular with software and web developers in China and Hong Kong as well. Regardless, of what "kind" of developer you may or may not think you need: don't hesitate to contact me directly so that we can meet in person or at least speak on the phone. I live in the Luohu district of Shenzhen, China and if you're anywhere near me down in south China we should meet. While it's true that most aspects of web development can be done from afar, there are good reasons to hire a web developer/designer in Hong Kong, Guangzhou or Shenzhen locally. Both Shenzhen and Hong Kong are great cities to live in. While there are many web developers in Shenzhen and Hong Kong, China, there are not many who are fluent in both English and Chinese. If you are located anywhere in China's Guangdong province I would love to be your go-to-guy for website design and development. I also can develop other applications such as web-scraping and bulk-email programs. Hiring a US citizen web developer in China is not necessarily more expensive either. I know and interact with Chinese developers locally, and read the same books (and in the same language) they do.
Bootstrap is an open-source, front-end CSS framework developed by Twitter. Chinese web developers love Bootstrap. (Essentially, front-end development relates to what is going on in the browser in front of the user, and what the user sees, clicks, and interacts with.) In many ways, front-end development is not as difficult as back-end development, but at times I feel like it's slightly more difficult (notice the different spelling of front-end when used as a modifier as opposed to the noun form, I'm afraid you might not understand that I do in fact know how to use/spell the term). I hope you find my artistic skills sufficient for your website-design purposes.
I am better at back-end development
: but I'm not worried about it because, increasingly, business websites these days need a back-end database and various types of functionality happening behind the scenes as well. Further, I'm moving well-into becoming a truly "full-stack" developer. A full-stack developer is someone who is proficient in both back-end and front-end technologies. I have written complex programs which do more than you're likely to need as a small businessman or woman. However, it pays off to have someone who can see, from start to finish, exactly what is required prior to commencing that project; and who can debug any complex problem that may arise. In fact, true programming is mainly about debugging. Anyone can program until something goes wrong. So, if you're looking for a full-stack web developer in China or Hong Kong: you've found one.