Talent Incubator of Chinese Enterprises Unveils Nameplate at Confucius Institute at Kathmandu University in Nepal

[Source]    Chinanews.com [Time]    2017-05-24 11:21:58 
 

Talent Incubator of Chinese enterprises in Nepal unveiled its nameplate at the Confucius Institute at Kathmandu University on May 18th.


Representatives from China and Nepal unveiling the nameplate for the incubator

The incubator aims at improving the knowledge and the practical application capability of relevant personnel of Chinese enterprises in Nepal. On that day, Yuan Zhixiong, President of Chinese Enterprises Association in Nepal (CEAN) signed a memorandum of cooperation with Wang Shengli, Chinese Director of the Confucius Institute at Kathmandu University.

Yu Hong, Chinese Ambassador to Nepal noted at the ceremony that as the major participant of contracted projects and investment market in Nepal, Chinese enterprises have made great contributions to the economic and social development of Nepal and the promotion of China-Nepal relations. Under the background of the “Belt and Road” initiative, the establishment of the Chinese Enterprises Talent Incubator is just at the right time.

She said that the establishment of the incubator would help Chinese enterprises in Nepal deepen the understanding of laws, regulations and cultural traditions of Nepal, close to the actual needs for the development of Chinese enterprises in Nepal, and help them better integrate into the Nepalese society and achieve greater development.

Professor Subash KC, Dean at Kathmandu University School of Management (KUSOM), pointed out that the incubator will promote the friendship between Nepal and China as well as the development of Kathmandu University. With closer economic exchanges between Nepal and China, more and more Chinese enterprises invest in Nepal. A deep understanding of Nepal is helpful for Chinese enterprises to gain a foothold in Nepal.

“I believe that the incubator will provide Chinese enterprises and individuals in Nepal with professional trainings, such as language training and knowledge of investment environment in Nepal.” Subash said.

According to Yuan Zhixiong, CEAN has nearly 40 members at present. He said, “In our daily work, we deeply feel that we lack knowledge about Nepal, so we built the incubator with the Confucius Institute; it is just a beginning, the two sides will have further and deeper cooperation in the future.”

The incubator will offer Nepalese language training to staffs of Chinese enterprises in Nepal recently.

(Story/Photos by Zhang Chenyi, China News Service (CNS), Katmandu, May 18th)