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CGTN | How can China attract the best from around the world?

Wednesday,Mar 07, 2018

 

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Wang Huiyao, founder of the Center for China and Globalization (CCG) and counselor of China’s State Council, spoke to CGTN about the country’s competitiveness and how they can attract talented people from around the globe.

 

From CGTN, 2018-3-5

  • Trump’s immigration policy may boost China’s global talent pool

    “Trump’s Muslim ban has confirmed his attitude [toward immigrants], which has been received with great angst by the international community. The policy has caused a disturbance among immigrants in U.S., but it will be a good opportunity for China,” said Wang Huiyao, president of CCG.

  • Wang Huiyao: G20 summit stresses unity and inclusiveness

    Europe needs close engagement with China on the global management of climate change and the preservation of an open trading system, while the US needs China to deal with North Korea. This multi-polar relationship puts China at the very heart of the international system, with an essential role in framing the international agenda while assuming new responsibilities.

  • Global push

    China’s most important holiday, the Lunar New Year, is drawing near, but entrepreneur Shu Wenbin has no intention of relaxing and taking time out to party. Instead, it’s his busiest time of the year.

  • Battle for the brightest

    The university is not alone in seeking young talents, though its offer is particularly generous. In recent years, an increasing number of universities in China have adopted such methods to lure young talents studying or working overseas.

  • China widens its Silk Road to the world

    China’s new ‘Silk Road’ initiative is the only large-scale, multilateral development project that the 21st century has seen so far. There is no counter-offer from the West.