China News Service, Haikou, August 25th (Reporter Zhang Qianyi) The 2021 "Love the islands of Qiong and Taiwan, help the construction of the free trade port" in-laws exchange activities were launched in Haikou on the 25th.

More than 30 Taiwanese and Hainanese Lu Pei brought their sons and daughters back to their "natal homes" for a visit to seek entrepreneurial opportunities in Hainan Free Trade Port.

  Liu Geng, director of the Taiwan Affairs Office of Hainan Province, said that from November 1987 to June this year, more than 12,000 people of Hainanese nationality had intermarried with Taiwan compatriots.

Beginning in 2015, Hainan has held an in-law exchange event between Qiongtai and Taiwan every year to deepen the understanding and understanding of the hometown of Hainan among Taiwanese folks, especially the second and third generation children.

I hope you can share your feelings during your visit in Hainan with your relatives and friends on the island of Taiwan in time. Hainan welcomes more Taiwan compatriots to actively participate in the construction of the free trade port and become witnesses, doers and beneficiaries of the integration and development of the two places in Hainan. By.

  During the event, the Taiwanese land partner who returned to Qiong talked about homework and hometown, shared the ups and downs of life and work, and felt the warmth and care from the "maiden family".

  "I got to know my husband after someone introduced him. He has a cheerful and generous personality. We are very fond of him." Lin Xiaolun from Qionghai, Hainan, married to Tainan, Taiwan in 2013. She has a sweet face when she tells her love story. In the first two months I went to Taiwan, I was very uncomfortable in life, but my husband and my parents-in-law gave me a lot of love, which made me feel solid and warm."

  Lin Xiaolun told reporters that his husband mainly deals in audio equipment.

Before the epidemic, she brought her family back to Qiong Province every year.

In June of this year, she returned to Hainan with her children, hoping to learn more about her hometown through this activity, and plans to tell her relatives and friends in Taiwan what she saw and felt.

  Qiongji Lupei is optimistic about the development opportunities of Hainan Free Trade Port.

Sun Lanting is a native of Wenchang, Hainan. She married her husband in 2006 and settled in Taichung.

"Hainan builds a free trade port, and there are more development opportunities." After discussing with her husband, Sun Lanting returned to Qiong to start the "second spring" of her business, planting more than 300 acres of high-quality pineapples on the Dashan slope of Wenchang, which are mainly sold to Beijing, Jiangsu and Zhejiang.

However, Sun Lanting is also a little helpless at present, "Under the current situation, there are no direct flights to and from Qiongtai, and the transfer and isolation make the journey home a long way."

  Zhong Wen of Qionghai and her husband met each other for the first time after being introduced by relatives, and they married after meeting in Hainan.

After that, Zhong Wen followed her husband to Tainan, Taiwan, to assist him in the catering industry, and to manage his family and life in an orderly manner.

Zhong Wen said that now the mainland's economy is developing rapidly, and the Huitai measures provide many conveniences. He hopes to bring the next generation back to find employment and entrepreneurship opportunities.

They have already bought a house in Qionghai City and plan to return to their hometown to start a business in the future.

  During the five-day event, the delegation will go to Haikou, Qionghai, Lingshui, and Sanya to visit the Haikou Jiangdong New Area Planning Museum, Hainan Provincial History Museum, China (Hainan) South China Sea Museum, and Shicha Village in Haikou Crater , Qionghai Boao Liuke Village, Sanya Bohou Village and other beautiful villages.