The picture shows Li Shenggen.Photo by Yue Yitong
Chinanews.com, Chengdu, January 13th (Yue Yitong and Wang Liwen) “On the first day of ‘customs clearance’, I took the first flight to Sichuan. Two days before the meeting, I also took the newly appointed members of the Sichuan Provincial Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference to check in ‘Kuanzhai Alley, Taikoo Li.'” On the 13th, Xu Zhaoer, a member of the Sichuan Provincial CPPCC Hong Kong District and executive vice chairman of the Hong Kong CPPCC Youth Federation, said in an interview.
Members of the Port Area of the Sichuan Provincial Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference punched in Kuanzhai Alley, and Xu Zhaoer was third from the left.Photo provided by the interviewee
The first meeting of the 13th Sichuan Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, which lasted for five days, is being held in Chengdu. Xu Zhaoer, who was re-elected as a member of the Sichuan Provincial Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference, ushered in her sixth year in office. Because of her investment projects in Sichuan, she used to live in Chengdu for about half of a year. After a few years, she performed her duties offline again, and she said with a smile that she felt that “a small farewell is better than a newly married” with Sichuan.
The picture shows Xu Zhaoer.Photo provided by the interviewee
At this meeting, Xu Zhaoer, who is engaged in the education industry, paid attention to the youth exchanges between Sichuan and Hong Kong. She suggested that young people from Hong Kong should be invited to Chengdu as volunteers during the upcoming Summer Universiade in Chengdu. “I believe that during this process, they can deepen their understanding of Sichuan, and the young people of the two places can also get closer through exchanges.”
As a “senior” son-in-law in Sichuan, Li Shenggen, chairman of the Hong Kong Federation of Sichuan Associations and executive director of Xinyi Glass Holdings Co., Ltd., who served as a member of the Sichuan Provincial Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference for the first time, said that in order to better perform his duties, he prepared five proposals in advance. “I hope to contribute to the development of Sichuan and help upgrade the ‘intimacy’ between Sichuan and Hong Kong.”
Li Shenggen suggested that primary and secondary schools in Sichuan and Hong Kong can form “sister schools” to allow students from the two places to communicate online during normal times, and conduct on-site visits during holidays to enhance their relationship through mutual exchanges. “I believe that Hong Kong students who come to Sichuan to see Sanxingdui and giant pandas, and then taste the local delicacies, will naturally fall in love with it.” Li Shenggen said, “Hong Kong students can also objectively understand the real situation in the Mainland during the process of learning and growing up, and enhance their identity through exchanges. .”
The picture shows Lin Yuxia.Photo by Yue Yitong
For Lin Yuxia, Marketing Director of Small and Medium Enterprises of Industrial and Commercial Bank of China (Macau) Co., Ltd., serving as a member of the Sichuan Provincial Committee of the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference is a valuable experience. “In the past, I came to Sichuan for business. For the first time, I have a new identity, which allows me to understand and understand Sichuan more deeply.” She is engaged in the financial industry. She said that many Macao companies are full of longing for development opportunities in the Mainland, but they lack channels and resources. The difficulties still exist objectively. It is recommended that the governments of the two places take the lead in building a more solid and smooth bridge for enterprises and promoting cooperation between enterprises. “Of course, the Hong Kong and Macao members of the Sichuan Provincial CPPCC are also natural bridge intermediaries.”
The picture shows Zhang Yinsen.Photo provided by the interviewee
According to Zhang Yinsen, chairman of Macau Huayin International Development Co., Ltd., from his first investment in Sichuan in 2007 to his third serving as a member of the Sichuan Provincial Political Consultative Conference, he and Sichuan have been “two-way travel” for 16 years. Coming to Sichuan is like It’s like going back to my hometown. At this meeting, he brought suggestions on strengthening cooperation between Sichuan and Macao in the field of cultural tourism and leisure. “Both Sichuan and Macao have rich cultural and tourism resources. Cooperation can achieve a win-win situation and fully demonstrate their respective development advantages to the world.”
“Over the years, no matter where I go, I have habitually promoted and promoted Sichuan. In the next few years, I will continue to increase investment in Sichuan.” Zhang Yinsen is full of confidence in Sichuan’s development prospects, and he also recommends that Macao entrepreneurs Looking for opportunities, “I hope that Sichuan and Macao will visit each other as if they were relatives, so as to deepen cultural exchanges and economic and trade cooperation.” (End)