Confucius Institute at SEGI University Holds Belt and Road Forum to Build Bridge for Young Talents

[Source]    chinanews.com [Time]    2019-07-24 13:06:44 
 


Experts discussing the demand for talents of the Belt and Road Initiative

On July 18, the 3rd Belt and Road Forum was held by the Confucius Institute at SEGI University at SEGI University College Petaling Jaya.

Professor Ji Pingguang, President of SEGI University hoped that through this Belt and Road Forum, young people in Malaysia and China could have deeper understanding of the Belt and Road Initiative so that a bridge of business and cultural communication could be built between young talents and Chinese enterprises.

Yu Jun, Political Counselor of the Chinese Embassy in Malaysia also addressed the forum, saying that the Belt and Road Initiative will provide better opportunities and broader space for the development of both sides and write a new chapter for China-Malaysia friendship.


Tran Sri RafidahAbd. Aziz delivering a speech

Tran Sri RafidahAbd. Aziz, the former Minister of International Trade and Industry of Malaysia and the current Senior Independent Non-Executive Chairman and Director of Air Asia, said that since the establishment of diplomatic relations between Malaysia and China 45 years ago, the two sides have established deep and friendly cooperative relations and achieved fruitful results in various fields, bringing tangible benefits to the enterprises and people of the two countries.

This forum was organized by the Confucius Institute at SEGI University and supported by the Institute of Marketing Malaysia and the Institution of Engineers Malaysia. On the basis of the Belt and Road Initiative, well-known business people, experts and scholars from China and Malaysia held a symposium on the demands of Chinese and Malaysian enterprises for business talents and discussed the prospects of China-Malaysia business cooperation.

Dr. Cai Fuhe, the founder of Cheng & Co Group believed that the Belt and Road Initiative will have a profound impact on the Malaysian talent market and suggested that enterprises should increase demand for multi-skilled talents and build a talent pool. Dr. Wang Hongkou, Vice President of the Institution of Engineers Malaysia, expressed that the Belt and Road Initiative provides more opportunities for the Chinese side and the Malaysian side and will further strengthen bilateral relations and deepen cooperation in various fields. Dr. Huang Rongsheng, Founder and Chairman of Willie (Beihai) Holdings Group also shared his life experience with the young people at this forum.

Dr. Feng Yuying, Director of the Confucius Institute at SEGI University which organized this forum, said that as an important platform for exchanges between China and the countries along the Belt and Road Initiative, the Confucius Institute is honored to hold this public forum. The Confucius Institute will be committed to providing good platform for local and international students to learn Chinese and making continuous contributions to educational communication and friendly exchanges between Malaysia and China.

(Story by Chen Yue, chinanews.com, Kuala Lumpur, July 19th; Photo by Confucius Institute at SEGI University)

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