China News Service, Toronto, March 10 (Reporter Yu Ruidong) When the two sessions of the two sessions of China in 2021 are closed, a number of Canadian Chinese business people told the China News Service reporter that the "14th Five-Year Plan" and the draft of the 2035 long-term goal outline show China's self-confidence has provided new opportunities for international exchanges and cooperation.
Zheng Xiaoling, president of the Canadian Council for the Promotion of International Trade in Vancouver, said that the "14th Five-Year Plan" has made herself full of expectations for China's future development.
"From this, I saw new development opportunities, and saw the red envelopes that China is about to put in people's livelihood," she said, "this is our investment direction."
Zheng Xiaoling said that as the world's first import-themed national-level expo, the China International Import Expo (CIIE), which has been successfully held for three consecutive times, provides a good platform for grafting business opportunities.
Canadian exhibitors also benefited a lot.
From the perspective of the mutual promotion of domestic and international double cycles, the CIIE will introduce high-end products and high-energy enterprises from all over the world, including Canada, and also help enterprises from various countries to open the Chinese market and share development opportunities.
As the person in charge of the exhibition organization, Zheng Xiaoling has started to promote participation in the 4th CIIE.
She said that this year, she will make persistent efforts and plan to organize groups of Canadian companies to participate in the two major exhibition areas of food, agricultural products and health care, focusing on organic food and healthy living experience.
The Canadian Chinese Entrepreneurs Council in Montreal is also the organizing organization for the CIIE.
The chairman of the association Wang Hengbao said that many member companies are already making serious preparations for the 2021 China International Import Expo.
He saw that the message released by the two parties this year to the outside world is that China will provide great gravitation and opportunities for the rapid recovery and new development of the global economy under and after the epidemic.
The Chinese and Chinese companies in Canada are deeply encouraged and full of expectations.
He said that the "14th Five-Year Plan" demonstrates the Chinese government's firm self-confidence and ambitious strategic decisions, and puts forward a new development concept for vigorously revitalizing the national economy and promoting international economic development and cooperation in the post-epidemic period.
This plan shows a larger cooperation platform and channel worthy of attention to Chinese companies in Canada.
Han Jinwen, president of Canada's Taishan Group in Toronto, believes that the background of the NPC and CPPCC in China is unusual.
First, China's anti-epidemic and anti-epidemic results have been outstanding, which is more attributable to the advantages of the system and the cohesion of the whole team.
Another remarkable achievement is that China has achieved complete poverty alleviation and overcome the problem of absolute poverty for thousands of years.
Han Jinwen has been committed to power, environmental protection, mining and other fields.
The "14th Five-Year Plan" has a lot of attention to environmental protection, which impressed her.
She believes that China's environmental protection has been quite effective.
In addition to hardware construction and the establishment of rules and regulations, in the future, we need to focus on raising the awareness of environmental protection of the whole people, because improving "soft power" can achieve the most lasting effect.
At the same time, Han Jinwen, the psychology director of the Canada-China Sports and Cultural Exchange Center, said that Canada is a big country in ice and snow sports.
It is hoped that through the Beijing Winter Olympics, the exchange of ice hockey and other events will become the highlight of bilateral sports diplomacy.