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The Second Phase of the Chinese-Korean Entrepreneurship Training Program is Officially Launched



        On January 6, the opening ceremony for the second phase of the Chinese-Korean Entrepreneurship Training Program was held at the activity center of foreign students in Qiuzhen Building. The training was offered by UIBE and the South Korean government for Korean students studying in China.

        Key people attended the ceremony, including Director of UIBE Center for Employment and Enterprise Instructions Zhou Bo, Party Branch Secretary Liu Jinlan, Director of Students Affairs Department Li Yong, Minister-counselor of South Korean Embassy in China Jin Xingqi, Beijing Bureau Representative of Korea-China Science and Technology Exchange Center Yi Daxiang, Beijing Bureau Director of Korean Consortium Research Li Qingyu, the Beijing Bureau Director of Korea Standards Association, Yu Jiaohao, Counselor of Samsung Cui Xun, General Director of Risingsun Jin Duxue and of VisualTrans Gao Yong, Principal of Korean language training school in Shandong Province Sun Qinliu and Vice Principal Wang Yifeng as well as other 20 plus students who will participate the second phase of the program.       Jin Xingqi remarked that Korean Technology Department for Future Development conducts cooperation with UIBE by advancing and supporting entrepreneurship training with a view to encourage young Koreans to start businesses in foreign countries. The program in its first phase has made strides in assisting students to achieve their dreams, such as the Princess team who won second prize among over 1,000 competitors in the third Dongsheng Cup International Entrepreneurship Competition. Jin Xingqi expressed his congratulations to the prize-winner and extended his gratitude to UIBE for its generous support.

        He also pointed out that the training program in its second phase is different from the first phase in that the trainees not only includes Korean students but some people from society. Entrepreneurship requires the courage to face failure. This program will try its best to eliminate possible barriers for its trainees and then wish them to embrace challenges as they start their own businesses.
        Regarding the current situation of employment and innovation and relevant encouragement policies in China, Zhou Bo referred to a set of data. He said that entrepreneurship, one of the dreams of young people, is crucial to both China and the future development of the world economy. To cultivate innovative talents and facilitate business development, UIBE has employed various modes for entrepreneur training, such as competitions and simulations, which allows the trainees to have equal access to resources related to employment and entrepreneurship training as their Chinese counterparts. Zhou Bo at last congratulated the official launch of this second phase of entrepreneurship training and expressed his ardent hope that China and South Korea will strengthen cooperation and learn more from each other to create a new future.
        Yi Daxiang, Beijing Bureau Representative of Korea-China Science and Technology Exchange Center, also congratulated and encouraged the students. He expressed his hope that this program will motivate more people to become entrepreneurs. After the leaders’ addresses, trainees formed groups and were required to introduce themselves to their teachers. The guests, teachers and trainees posed for pictures at the end of the ceremony.


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