The 13th Chinese Returned Scholars Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum Beijing Forum of WRSA

Sunday,Aug 19, 2018

The 13th Chinese Returned Scholars Innovation and Entrepreneurship Forum and Beijing Forum of Western Returned Scholars Association (WRSA) will be held in Beijing on 19th August 2018, organized by WRSA and CCG.

Business leaders from well-known domestic and foreign companies, leading entrepreneurs, experts, scholars, and other guests will engage in in-depth discussions exploring the role of returnees in innovation and entrepreneurship. Nearly 800 prominent returnees from all walks of life will participate in the conference.

The theme of the forum is “The 40-year historic journey of reform and opening-up and mission of returnees in the new era.”

All are welcome to attend

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