Confucius Institute at the University of Dar es Salaam Holds Second Season China-Tanzania Job Fair

[Source]    Confucius Institute at the University of Dares Salaam, Tanzania [Time]    2017-07-05 17:44:12 
 

The “Noble Victoria Center” Second Season China-Tanzania Job Fair kicked off in the University of Dar es Salaam on June 17th, local time, attracting hundreds of attendees across the country including Samia Hassan Suluhu, Vice President of Tanzania, Leonard Akwilapo, Permanent Secretary of the Ministry of Education of Tanzania, Lv Youqing, Chinese Ambassador to Tanzania, Lin Zhiyong, Chief Representative of Economic and Commercial Representation of China in Tanzania, officials of China and Tanzania, business representatives and student candidates.

Organized by the Confucius Institute at the University of Dar es Salaam, the Chinese Chamber of Commerce in Tanzania and the China Council for the Promotion of Peaceful National Reunification in Tanzania, the job fair attracts 100 companies, aiming to meet the needs of those Chinese-invested companies in Tanzania and help to solve the employment problem of Tanzanian graduates, expand the influence of Chinese-funded enterprises in Tanzania and continue to deepen the friendship between the two countries.

Samia Hassan Suluhu said at the opening ceremony that university students should keep on learning and enhancing their professional skills in order to come to the fore in the job fair. It is fairly praiseworthy for Chinese companies to take practical actions in supporting Tanzanian graduates' employment. It is hoped that China and Tanzania can continue to cooperate in this way, so that more Chinese enterprises in Tanzania can find the suitable employees.


Sami Hassan Suluhu speaking at the ceremony

Lv Youqing expressed in his speech that the youths are the very hope of a country and the cooperation mode of China-Tanzania job fair is of great significance to Tanzania's current development. Tanzania and China are good friends and China is quite willing to join hands with Tanzania to promote the development of Tanzanian economy and the employment of the graduates, thus providing more talents for the industrialization of Tanzania. He hopes that the young people who come to the job fair can find their own posts and apply what they have learned at school into their jobs so as to improve their lives and the living standard of their families.


Lv Youqing speaking at the ceremony

Liu Yan, Chinese Director of the Confucius Institute at the University of Dar es Salaam said that the Confucius Institute is not only an institute for language teaching and cultural exchanges, but also an important platform and bridge for extensive cooperation and in-depth exchanges between China and Tanzania. This job fair is a practical work done by both the Confucius Institute and the Chinese-funded enterprises and it is of mutual benefit, being conducive and fruitful to the country and the public. The Confucius Institute will continuously hold this sort of recruitment programs in the future.


Liu Yan delivering a speech


A group photo of the guests

When the job fair kicked off, the venue received continuous foot traffic and the enterprises' booths were crowded with the students who came to consult for information or apply for a post. Alice, a graduate of the business school at the University of Dares Salaam said that the job fair serves as a good platform for Tanzanian students to have more employment options. "In Tanzania, graduates can hunt for a satisfactory position and be well paid in Chinese companies and I hope to find a post suitable for me and apply my knowledge in economics and finance into my job, thus realizing my dream," said Alice.


The venue of the job fair


The venue the job fair


Successful job applicant

On that day, a total of over 30 media covered the job fair.

Story by Mi Yunyang, Fang Yaping; Photos by Fang Yaping, Zhang Liping

 
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