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We Are All Part of the Future | The World in Shenzhen ?
How do expatriates live their life and start a business in Shenzhen? What is Shenzhen like in their eyes? “The World in Shenzhen” will share with you their Shenzhen stories. This episode is about American entrepreneur Ray Oswal’s high-tech venture in Shenzhen. Having worked in the Silicon Valley in California, Oswal is entrepreneurship-minded. He first arrived in Shenzhen, dubbed China’s Silicon Valley, on a business trip for his former employer in 2019, and a year later Oswal started his own high-tech company here. His startup explores the application of disruptive technologies such as VR (virtual reality), AR (augmented reality) and MR (mixed reality) in education. Shenzhen is an ever growing city with a comfortable, clean environment to Oswal. “The city is full of energy and momentum to innovations.”
SZ's technological advancements, BRI contributions lauded at forum
The "China in Sight Global Insight" Forum 2023 took place in Shenzhen on Dec. 1, focusing on the theme of "Chinese Modernization and High-Quality Belt and Road Cooperation." About 150 participants, including politicians, think tank representatives, entrepreneurs and media outlets from 30 countries, were invited to engage in insightful discussions on the interconnections between Chinese modernization and Belt & Road cooperation, scientific and technological innovation and sustainable development.
Intl. delegates convene to discuss multilateralism
The 2023 Imperial Springs International Forum is being hosted at the Imperial Springs International Convention Center inGuangzhou. The three-day forum, which kicked off Dec. 3, has attracted over 130 political, academic, and business figures from over 40 countries, establishing itself as a high-end platform for China to engage in comprehensive dialogue with the global community. This year’s forum centers around the theme "Multilateralism: More Exchanges, Greater Inclusiveness, and Cooperation.”
Shenzhen is Brimming with Sporting Vitality | The World in Shenzhen ?
How do expatriates live their life and start a business in Shenzhen? What is Shenzhen like in their eyes? “The World in Shenzhen” will share with you their Shenzhen stories. This episode will share with viewers the colorful life of Japanese soccer coach Rakuyama Takashi in Shenzhen. Takashi came to China in 2011 to become the first Japanese player in the Chinese Super League, playing for Shenzhen soccer team. He retired as a professional soccer player in Shenzhen three years later and has since dedicated to youth soccer training here. He has trained an accumulative 1,000 teenagers. Takashi says he has been most impressed by Shenzheners’ love for sports. “Shenzhen is indeed an inclusive, international city. People like sports. Many fans often come play soccer here and you’ll see many others run marathon.”
Making Western-Style Bread in Shenzhen | The World in Shenzhen ?
How do expatriates live their life and start a business in Shenzhen? What is Shenzhen like in their eyes? “The World in Shenzhen” will share with you their Shenzhen stories. This episode documents Singaporean baker Sim Ser Kiat’s entrepreneurial endeavor of making bread in Shenzhen. Sim arrived in Shekou, Shenzhen in 1988 with his employer, a Singapore oil company, and was overwhelmed by the city’s rapid development. He opened a coffee shop in 2004, and ventured into the bakery business four years later. With the number of expats growing in Shekou, he found that people from different countries have diverse preferences for bread. He had even traveled to France to learn bakery for his new business. Whatever kinds of bread, Chinese, French, Japanese, English or Italian, you’ll find it at your disposal in the city as it becomes increasingly international.
Shenzhen is a Cultural Melting Pot | The World in Shenzhen ?
How do expatriates live their life and start a business in Shenzhen? What is Shenzhen like in their eyes? “The World in Shenzhen” will share with you their Shenzhen stories. This episode will tell the story between American educator Claire Berger and Shenzhen. Berger has worked in China for about 10 years and is currently the principal of QSI International School of Shenzhen, an education institution that incorporates local cultural in school curriculum for expat children. She says Shenzhen is a welcoming city to expats who will find it easy to get integrated into the local life. “Shenzhen is like a big melting pot of various cultures” with residents coming from across the country and all over the world, Berger says.
Giving Expats in Shenzhen A Home away from Home | The World in Shenzhen ⑩
How do expatriates live their life and start a business in Shenzhen? What is Shenzhen like in their eyes? “The World in Shenzhen” will share with you their Shenzhen stories. This episode is about Armenian musician Karen Kocharyan’s encounters in Shenzhen. Shenzhen was his destination of his first visit to China, and he fell in love with the city when he set foot here. Kocharyan is now the principal cellist of Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra. He calls Shenzhen a “City of Music,” where you’ll feel the enthusiasm for art in the air. The fact that an increasing number of international musicians gather at Shenzhen Symphony Orchestra proves that Shenzhen has become an international metropolis.
The City's Dynamism Inspires Me to Sing | The World in Shenzhen ⑨
How do expatriates live their life and start a business in Shenzhen? What is Shenzhen like in their eyes? “The World in Shenzhen” will share with you their Shenzhen stories. This episode is about an Iranian PE (physical education) teacher who discovers his potentials in Shenzhen. Roohan Gandomi teaches at a local foreign languages school, and is also a tennis player and boxer. He drew inspirations from his time in Shenzhen and started composing, creating several songs such as “Miracle” and performing them on stage. Shenzhen is a “City of Miracles” and a “City of Dreams” to him. He says he feels motivated by the city and its vibes.Gandomi finds people in Shenzhen nice and special as they are happy with what they’ve got.
It's an Hornor to Share Shenzhen's Stories with the World | The World in Shenzhen ⑧
How do expatriates live their life and start a business in Shenzhen? What is Shenzhen like in their eyes? “The World in Shenzhen” will share with you their Shenzhen stories. This episode will follow the twists and turns of South Korean pals Yu Eun-ju and Gil Na-hyun as they ventured into Shenzhen. After finishing their aviation service programs in South Korea, the pairs came to study Chinese as exchange students at Shenzhen Polytechnic University. Instead of returning to their home country after the exchange program ended, they stayed in Shenzhen where they found lots of job opportunities and sought employment in companies like Tencent. Later they were inspired by the city’s entrepreneurial spirit and started from scratch a coffee shop they named “A Thing,” serving South Korean-style coffee and desserts. Now they have been living in China for seven years and can’t bear to leave. They work as “Shenzhen’s Global Communication Ambassadors” to help tell the world Shenzhen stories in their spare time. They feel bonded with Shenzhen. “Because they are young, they can do it.”
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