The past 30 years witnessed a fast expansion of foreigners coming to live in this country. Yet those who hold the Chinese green cards make up a very small part of the group. Obtaining a Chinese green card for a non-Chinese is more difficult compare to a Chinese national get a green card in many other countries. Now, China planning to change it！
According to UN, few than 10,000 foreigners have a green card, in contrast, US issued more than 1,000,000 green cards each year. In 2016, China join the IOM (International Organization for Migration), among that shows China’s determination to attrct global talents.
Lately, China had upgrade its green held by foreign residents, then embedded it with chip that allowed the holders to buy train and flight tickets online, and jion a social assurance.
The World Insight Studio inviting Dr. Wang Huiyao, a Counselor of Chinese State Council and a president of Center for China and Globalization(CCG), and Mark Levine, a professor of Minzu University of China, to discuss the topics related with green cards, such as: equal opportunity, equal pay for foreign and local workers; National strategy to attract more foreign talent; inclusive system for convenience of foreigner’s daily life and etc.
From CNTN， April, 2017
A molecular biology professor and top researcher at a prestigious Beijing university who recently announced she has accepted a position at Princeton University has sparked repeated debate in China.
Wang Huiyao, president of the Center of China and Globalization, a Chinese think tank, praised the trade agreement in a seminar on Sino-US trade cooperation held in Beijing last week. He said it was the first step in a long term strategy that will eventually open China’s market to US industries, and that by establishing these friendlier trade ties now, the stage will be set for better negotiations on serious issues later.
As the only representative of think tank from China, CCG(Center for China and Globalization) President Wang Huiyao delivered a keynote speech and participated in the dialogue about the prospect of free trade agreements in Asia Pacific.