Recently, the Ruzhou municipal Federation of Returned Overseas Chinese took part in major business exchanges and upgraded their services to attract business by shifting focus to strengthening connection and guidance.
Ruzhou municipal Federation of Returned Overseas Chinese invited foreign businesses to the third Overseas Chinese’s Summit on Central China’s Economy. Zhou Xuezhi, a Chinese Canadian professor of physics at the University of Manitoba, and Feng Tuanbin, the president of the Pacific Times in Australia were invited. They both mentioned their intent to contribute to their homeland through projects if time permits.
The Ruzhou municipal Federation of Returned Overseas Chinese made itself well informed on the overseas Chinese ventures in the non-public sector through cooperation with the Federation of Industry and Commerce. It conducted follow-up services through research and identified future development routes and issues.
The federation also focused on guiding Chinese citizens who are moving abroad to remember and understand their homeland. The federation strengthened their interconnection among the overseas Chinese by informing them of the contact information for there fellow countrymen. A group for the parents of overseas students was developed in light of the increasing number of students going abroad.