China News Service, Hohhot, July 29th, title: Inner Mongolia opens its arms and invites Taiwanese young people to work in northern Xinjiang
Chinanews reporter Wu Yana
"I will come again." "I look forward to creating more sparks with visiting companies." On the 29th, young Taiwanese who returned to their jobs from the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region shared their feelings over the past few days on their social platforms.
From July 22 to 28, the Taiwan Affairs Office of the People's Government of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region invited more than ten Taiwanese young entrepreneurs and college students to participate in the "Taiwan Youth Employment and Entrepreneurship Inner Mongolia Seminar" activity.
The picture shows young people from Taiwan getting to know Mongolian cultural and creative products.
Photo by Uyana
In a few days, they walked into the cities of Hohhot and Ordos, visited a number of enterprises and industrial parks, and learned about the ecological restoration, new energy, technology application, equipment manufacturing and other industries in Inner Mongolia.
At the same time, I visited the famous historical and cultural landmarks in Inner Mongolia, and gained a preliminary understanding of the local tourism industry and Mongolian traditional culture.
Taiwan’s young entrepreneur Zhu Zhongyi sighed: “In the past, the impression of Inner Mongolia was the prairie, but after seeing it with my own eyes, I was really amazed. Inner Mongolia is very prosperous in both industry and commerce. This time, it is also an eye-opener. Full."
Zhu Zhongyi is engaged in the production and processing of agricultural products in Taiwan. When talking about starting a business in Inner Mongolia, he said frankly: "The consumer market in Taiwan is relatively mature. Inner Mongolia’s agricultural products and Mongolian cultural and creative products are currently very popular in the Taiwan market. We I hope to have the opportunity to connect with the platform. This will be a place that everyone is looking forward to very much."
The picture shows young Taiwanese at the Mausoleum of Genghis Khan.
Photo by Uyana
At the beginning of the event, the unveiling ceremony of the "Inner Mongolia·Taiwan Youth Employment and Entrepreneurship Base" was held. The base was established by the Inner Mongolia Youth League Committee’s "Grassland Youth Entrepreneurship" incubator. It is a cross-strait youth employment and entrepreneurship platform recognized by the Taiwan Affairs Office of the autonomous region and the first cross-strait youth in Inner Mongolia. Employment and entrepreneurship base.
The Taiwan Affairs Office of the Autonomous Region uses the base to open its arms to Taiwanese youths and help more Taiwanese youths practice internships, find jobs, and start businesses in Inner Mongolia.
Lin Jiaxuan, a graduate student in the Dance School of Minzu University of China, told reporters: "I myself study the history and dance direction of the aborigines in Taiwan. Minorities share many cultures. I now understand that there are many in Inner Mongolia that encourage young people from Taiwan to come here. I will also consider my own future plans after this trip."
At the seminar on the seminar, the Taiwan Affairs Office of the Autonomous Region also invited experts to interpret the outline of Inner Mongolia’s economic and social future development goals for Taiwan’s youth, and let them understand Inner Mongolia more intuitively through a series of data and examples.
The young people from Taiwan who participated in this event also discussed their employment and entrepreneurship prospects and preferential policies in Inner Mongolia from their respective industries.
The picture shows a young Taiwanese speaking at the symposium.
Photo by Uyana
An Bo, Director of the Taiwan Affairs Office of the People’s Government of the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, said that the purpose of holding this exchange event is to build a platform for cross-strait youth to have more contacts, frequent contacts, and in-depth exchanges, to share the long history and splendid culture of the Chinese nation, and to appreciate the development and changes of the great motherland. .
"We welcome more Taiwanese youths to come to Inner Mongolia to pursue their dreams, build their dreams, and realize their dreams. We will continue to rely on the well-being of compatriots on both sides of the strait, and steadily promote exchanges, cooperation, and integrated development of compatriots on both sides of the strait, so as to provide good opportunities for Taiwan youths to come to Inner Mongolia for study, employment, and entrepreneurship. Service. It is hoped that Taiwan compatriots, especially young people, will seize the opportunity of the development stage of Mainland China and become practitioners, contributors and beneficiaries of cross-strait integrated development." (End)