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International guests explore Beijing's Chaoyang district

By Yang Feiyue | | Updated: 2024-06-20 14:43
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An official from the African Union Commission shares his thoughts during the tour. [Photo provided to China Daily]

More than 40 international guests embarked on a productive tour of Beijing's Chaoyang district on June 17, representing countries such as Azerbaijan, Costa Rica, Uganda, Nigeria, Jordan, Gambia, Senegal, and Malaysia. The tour, orchestrated by the Sanlitun Sub-district Chamber of Commerce and facilitated by the Sanlitun International Youth Talent Hall, Beijing Chaoyang District Enterprise Association, and Talent Beyond Borders International Talent Think Tank, offered a glimpse into the district's diverse offerings.

During this enlightening excursion, young foreigners delved into Beijing's international volunteer system, expressing gratitude for its support. They recognized the system's value in assisting expatriates residing in Beijing, enabling them to forge social and business connections, make new friends, and expand their professional networks, ultimately enhancing their prospects for success in the city.

Two international guests exchange ideas at the Sanlitun International Youth Talent Hall. [Photo provided to China Daily]

Notably, representatives from Jordan, Senegal, and Gambia exhibited keen interest in establishing cultural and economic hubs by year-end, underscoring their commitment to deepening cultural and economic ties in Sanlitun, a bustling commercial hub within Chaoyang.

The tour organizers are dedicated to furnishing comprehensive services for international young talent, infusing vigor into cultural exchanges and global dialogues. Their efforts aim to bolster Beijing's standing as a premier international exchange hub and a welcoming destination for the global youth community.

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