China News Service, April 11. According to Hong Kong's "Wen Wei Po", recently, in addition to paying attention to Hong Kong, Huang Yongguang, vice chairman of Sino Group and chairman of the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area Common Home Youth Charity Fund, has focused on the development of the Greater Bay Area and actively Encourage young people to step out of their comfort zone and go to more cities in the Greater Bay Area to find a bigger world.

On November 18, 2021, the launching ceremony of the "Bay Area Set sail - Financial Talent Program" jointly sponsored by the Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau of the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region Government and the Greater Bay Area Homeland Youth Charity Fund was held at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Center.

Photo by China News Agency reporter Chen Yongnuo

  The Greater Bay Area Common Home Youth Charity Fund (hereinafter referred to as the Fund) and the Hong Kong Financial Services and the Treasury Bureau jointly organized the "Bay Area Set sail - Financial Talent Project" in recent months, aiming to provide Hong Kong youth with opportunities to go out of the classroom and directly interact with enterprises. Leaders exchange and contact, share their personal development history and work experience in the Greater Bay Area and other cities in the Mainland, and have the opportunity to experience their daily work first-hand.

By listening to the experience of industry predecessors, students can gain a deeper understanding of the industry prospects, and make plans and preparations for future careers.

  After the plan was launched, the response was enthusiastic, the number of applicants exceeded 50%, and the final admission number of the plan increased from 80 to 120.

Huang Yongguang said frankly, perhaps because of the epidemic in the past two years, from these exchange activities, it was found that students generally did not have the opportunity to deeply understand the development of the Greater Bay Area.

Therefore, when the epidemic is over, the fund will provide different opportunities including internships and exchange programs, so that students can go to the Greater Bay Area for field trips and learn about its development and opportunities.

  Huang Yongguang said that he had communicated with Gordon, a young man from Hong Kong. He saw the advantages of the huge mainland market and favorable business policies, and set up a studio in Shenzhen to produce original animations. Now the company has grown to more than 100 people.

Another young man from Hong Kong, Justine, founded an experience farm and animal sanctuary in Zhongshan, allowing tourists to experience organic farming, get close to nature and animals, and promote ecological protection. The work is very meaningful.

  He believes that Hong Kong is home to many outstanding young talents with flexible language skills, broad international perspectives and good professional qualities. They are also an important bridge to connect the vigorous development of the Greater Bay Area and promote enterprises to enter other international markets.

Therefore, young people in Hong Kong should look farther, step out of their comfort zone, seize the diversified development and opportunities provided by the Greater Bay Area, and use their strengths on this larger stage to realize their dreams.