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  • Ghana Businessman: China Will be Stronger

    [2019.10.12]

    Ghanaian Manu felt lucky to encounter two Chinese major festivals – Mid-Autumn Day and National Day, during his first visit to China.Manu is the executive director of a Ghanaian company. He came to China for a training class organized by the Hunan Agricultural Group.

  • Overseas Chinese Media Delegation Tours Hunan

    [2019.10.09]

    On October 7, an overseas Chinese media delegation arrived in Changsha to begin its tour of Hunan. The delegates are senior managers from 27 Chinese media in 15 countries and regions, including the U.S.A, Canada, the U.K, Australia, Japan, and Thailand.

  • Changsha Entrepreneur Presents Hunan Embroidery National Flag in Africa

    [2019.09.26]

    Hunan embroidery master Hu Yiping is busy embroidering a Chinese national flag with a length of 1.9 meters and width of 1.28 meters. African girl Jose stands beside her, waiting to deliver this embroidery to her Chinese boss Wang Senbo. Wang works in Uganda. He ordered this embroider half a month ahead of the National Day, to extend his love to the hometown and the motherland.

  • Lao Agricultural Technical Training Held in Hunan

    [2019.09.20]

    On September 17, a modern agricultural technical training and a hybrid rice technical training for Lao technical personnel opened at Hunan Agricultural University. Twenty-nine agricultural cadres and technicians from the local governments of Vientiane City, Oudomxay Province, Savannakhet Province, and Lao National Agriculture and Forestry Research Institute, participate in this 12-day training course.

  • Our Festival - Mid-Autumn Festival

    [2019.09.16]

    The photo, taken on September 13, shows international students making mooncakes at the African Cultural Theme Pavilion in Changsha to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival. On that day, the African Cultural Theme Pavilion of the Hunan Intangible Cultural Heritage Hall in Yuhua District, Changsha held a “Mid-Autumn Festival Reunion” cultural exchange activity. More than 10 international students made mooncakes with Changsha residents to experience the air of festivity.

  • Young Italian Businessman Finds Home away from Home in China

    [2019.08.30]

    Italian Stefano Bottiglieri has built both a professional and personal life in China, not only developing his business here but also tying the knot in the country."Changsha is a great city," said Bottiglieri, adding it has good infrastructure and the local government is supportive.