APEC 2014 Team in the Press

From the Mingpao News 

[translated by Google Translate]

In order to give Canadian companies opportunities to explore business, Prime Minister Stephen Harper led a large delegation to visit China and attend the APEC Summit meetings, and made pretty good results. But in addition to these heavyweight political and business circles, a team of youth also came to help increase the business dealings and communication, playing an inestimable role. During this APEC meeting held in Beijing, the Canadian non-profit organization Global Vision organized five Canadian youth to go to attend the event. Studying engineering at the University of Waterloo, a freshman, is one of the members of this delegation. He excitedly said he saw a lot in the past week in Beijing. "Our national leaders met with the chairman or president of some major companies. And our goal is to help Canada and China's enterprises to expand each other's market." Found in communication with Chinese entrepreneurs, many Chinese enterprises have the strength and ambition to invest overseas, like in the international markets, including Canada, to flex its muscles. But their understanding of the Canadian market is still inadequate, and his companions as native Canadians from which you can play a role. "And I also know that many Canadian companies need to attract Chinese capital, I can play this role as a bridge to help the parties understand each other better. So I think the opportunity is very much in China." Jerry Zhang met at the APEC Summit large companies, including Wal-Mart, Lenovo, Ebay, HTC and LG, also hit China Rich List ranked No. 4 in the Dalian Wanda Group Chairman Wang Jianlin. In addition to meeting with the man of the hour, Jerry had the opportunity to go to Beijing to visit the Forbidden City and the Great Wall. "My father is from Shanxi, Tianjin from my mother. Although I was born in Canada, but I still feel close ties with China, especially to see my grandma and uncle, the kind of family is very different." getting so rare opportunity, because of its outstanding performance Jerry Zhang also participated this summer in "Global Vision" Chinese trade mission activities. This trade mission to Beijing, Chengdu, Guangzhou and Hong Kong, China to meet with staff ICBC, Construction Bank, Dell Computers, and processing of the Chamber of Commerce agencies communication skills, organizational skills and communication skills to get a "Global Vision" affirmed therefore arranged for him to revisit China. Jerry said: "I hope more young people get to participate in the activities of this organization, the potential of your body may never find yourself, with this stage, your ability to be fully realized.."