China News Service, Kunming, September 26 (Luo Jie) The tenth "National Conditions and Provincial Conditions" seminar of the Yunnan Overseas Friendship Association opened in Kunming on the 25th. 40 Yunnan Overseas Friendship Association members in Yunnan, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan youth representatives, Representatives of young students from Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan from Yunnan University gathered in Yunnan to enhance their understanding of red culture and deepen their understanding and understanding of the outstanding Chinese history and culture.

  This seminar was held on the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China and the 72nd anniversary of the founding of the People’s Republic of China. It aims to enhance the national, ethnic, and cultural identity of representatives of Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan and overseas. The youths of Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan united in Yunnan will work together. The great rejuvenation of the Chinese nation contributes to the economic and social development of Yunnan.

The picture shows the opening ceremony of the tenth "National Conditions and Provincial Conditions" seminar of the Yunnan Overseas Friendship Association.

Photo by Luo Jie

  According to Huang Niya, the second-level inspector of the United Front Work Department of the Yunnan Provincial Party Committee and the secretary-general of the Yunnan Overseas Friendship Association, there are currently more than 900 Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan students studying in Yunnan, and there are 4 national and provincial "cross-strait exchange bases" each.

The "National Conditions and Provincial Conditions" seminars are held once a year. This year's seminars will enable more representatives from Hong Kong, Macao, Taiwan and overseas to have a deeper understanding of the national conditions and provinces, gain more valuable information, and jointly promote "One Country, Two Systems". Great practice succeeds.

  The vice chairman of the Yunnan Overseas Friendship Association and the Canadian Chinese resolutely stated that since returning to China through investment promotion in 2008, he has felt that the domestic business environment has been continuously optimized and improved.

“We are witnesses of China’s rise in the world and a builder of the country’s entry into a well-off society in an all-round way. Through many seminars, we have a strong sense of identity, belonging and pride with the country and the nation. As a Chinese, I I am more willing to bring investment back to the country and make more contributions to the motherland," she said.

  "The people participating in the seminar now tend to be younger." Qian Mengmeng, a youth representative from Hong Kong Hongchuang Education Group, has participated in the seminar for the fourth time.

She said that in the process of long-term two-way cooperation in education and cultural exchanges between Yunnan and Hong Kong, the seminar will unite young people from Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan in Yunnan to promote exchanges and cooperation, and contribute to Yunnan's economic development.

  "I hope that through this study, we can further understand the development history of Yunnan and enhance the knowledge of the history of the war of war." Hou Wenyuan from Taiwan is now a senior in business administration majoring in Yunnan University.

He told reporters that during the four years of studying and living in Kunming, he felt the simplicity and hospitality of the Yunnan people, and witnessed the continuous renovation of the city appearance, the upgrade of the transportation system and the digital and intelligent changes in life services. It can help us communicate with people from all walks of life in Yunnan, Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan, and integrate into social life more smoothly."

  It is reported that the two-day seminar will be conducted through the "14th Five-Year Plan" and special trainings on Yunnan's economic situation, party history education, and anti-Japanese war in western Yunnan. Wen Yiduo Memorial Hall learning and education activities and "Welcome the National Day and praise the motherland" The interactive, research, and experiential teaching methods such as forums and exchanges will further promote patriotism education and promote the spirit of patriotism.