China 70 jaar!

                                                 

                                            CHINA 70 JAAR     

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De kleur rood is al sinds 1911 de kleur van de Han-Chinezen. Daarnaast is het ook de kleur van het communisme. De grote ster staat voor de leidende rol van de communistische partij. De 4 kleine sterren staan voor de volgende 4 bevolkingsgroepen: de arbeiders, de boeren, de kleine burgerij, de vaderlandslievende bezittende klasse

      DE ECFA VIERT DEZE VERJAARDAG IN CHINA SAMEN MET U !

Reisprogramma  

Dag 1  : VERTREK op zaterdag 28 september 2019 Rechtstreekse vlucht met KLM vlucht 897 van Amsterdam Schiphol naar Beijing in de Economy Class.  

Dag 2  : zondag 29 september 2019 In de ochtend aankomst op de luchthaven van Beijing, waar uw gids u op de luchthaven staat op te wachten. Aansluitend bezoek aan het Zomerpaleis. Boottocht op het Kumning Lake.

Transfer terug naar het hotel voor het inchecken. Lunch en diner op eigen gelegenheid. Overnachting in Donfang **** hotel in een 2-persoonskamer, inclusief ontbijt.  

Dag 3  : maandag 30 september 2019 Na het ontbijt vertrek per touringcar met Engelssprekende gids naar de Chinese Muur (Bandaling). ( De kabelbaan is exclusief). Daarna bezoek aan een Jade fabriek. Na de lunch (op eigen gelegenheid) maakt u een wandeling over de Heilige Weg en u brengt een bezoek aan de Ming Tombe in Changling. Transfer terug naar hotel. Lunch en diner op eigen gelegenheid. Na het diner gaan we naar de PEARLMARKET Overnachting in Donfang hotel in een 2-persoonskamer, inclusief ontbijt.  

Dag 4   : dinsdag 1 oktober 2019 Dag ter vrije besteding. De 70e verjaardag van de People’s Republic of China wordt vandaag gevierd. Lunch en diner op eigen gelegenheid. Overnachting in Donfang hotel in een 2-persoonskamer, inclusief ontbijt.  

Dag 5  : woensdag 2 oktober 2019 Na het ontbijt staat uw Engelsprekende gids weer op u te wachten voor en een bezoek aan het Ti’an Men Plein met aansluitend een bezoek aan de Verboden Stad. Na de lunch bezoek aan de Hemelse Tempel. Transfer terug naar hotel. Lunch en diner op eigen gelegenheid. Na het diner gaan we naar de SILKMARKET met de metro.

Overnachting in Donfang ****hotel in een 2-persoonskamer, inclusief ontbijt.  

Dag 6  : donderdag 3 oktober 2019 Na het ontbijt kunt u optioneel een hutong tour maken. Tijdens deze tour krijgt u een stukje écht Beijing te zien; oude smalle steegjes en traditionele huisjes in de oudste wijken van de stad.  U gaat met uw riksja door het doolhof van kleine straatjes en komt o.a. langs de Drumtoren (klokkentoren) en Prince Gong’s mansion (traditionele Chinese stijl). Daarna kunt u (optioneel)een bezoek aan de Lama Tempel brengen. 

Transfer terug naar hotel. Lunch en diner op eigen gelegenheid. Overnachting in Donfang hotel in een 2-persoonskamer, inclusief ontbijt.  

Dag 7  : vrijdag 4 oktober 2019 Transfer naar de luchthaven van Beijing. Rechtstreekse vlucht met KLM van Beijing naar Amsterdam Schiphol in de Economy Class. In de middag aankomst in Amsterdam. De reis kost in feite : KLM-ticket= €986,55, Donfang hotel= €350 excrsies=€350 Totaal 1686,55        

            In plaats €1686,55 betalen ECFA leden: REISSOM €1050,00 pp.                                           1-pers.toeslag €150           Wie eerst komt eerst maalt

Inbegrepen                                                                                                                                                  – rechtstreekse vlucht Amsterdam                                                                                 – Beijing in Economy Class v.v. met KLM                                                                         – luchthavenbelastingen en toeslagen                                                                                               – 1 stuk ruimbagage van max. 23 kg                                                                                             – + 1 stuk handbagage van max. 10 kg                                                                                      – transfers luchthaven                                                                                                           – hotel v.v.                                                                                                                                  – 5 nachten verblijf in 4* Donfang Hotel                                                                               – hotelverzorging op basis van 5 x logies en ontbijt                                                               – 2-persoonskamer voorzien van bad/douche en toilet                                                         – touringcar vervoer met chauffeur voor excursieprogramma                                              – Engelssprekende gids ter plaatse voor het excursieprogramma                                       – Bezoek Zomerpaleis, Bezoek Chinese Muur, bezoek aan Jade fabriek, Heilige Weg, Bezoek Ming Tombe, bezoek    Ti’an Men plein, bezoek aan Verboden Stad, bezoek aan Hemelse Tempel                                                                                         

Niet inbegrepen: – niet genoemde maaltijden en drankjes – overige excursies en entreegelden; boottocht op Kunming Lake, hutong tour in riksja’s, bezoek aan Lama Tempel    – visum – fooien en persoonlijke uitgaven – toeristenbelasting, ter plaatse te betalen — reis- en annuleringsverzekering 

Aanmelding zsm doch uiterlijk op 31 mei. Wie eerst komt eerst maalt. Aanmelding geschiedt door een kopie van uw paspoort en uw NAW gegevens (Naam, Adres, Woonplaats en tel.nummer) door te geven via ecfa2015@gmail.com 

The ECFA chairman brought a Association in Suzon

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The ECFA chairman brought a visit to the chairman of the Friendship Association in Suzhou on Monday, november 19. Suzhou is the sister city of the city of Nijmegen. Suzhou is especially renowned for the beautiful gardens that are there. Especially the Garden of the humble administrator.

This is already the last Magazine of the year. A year in which a lot is organized for the members: everything is free for our members and the trip to Beijing at cost price! Next year, we are repeating the trip in which only 20 people to get involved because at that time the celebration of the 70 anniversary of China. Departure 28 september and returning 8 days later at a very low price: €995,– first come, first served basis. As soon as we get 20 people have close the registration! The price is inclusive of Flight, hotel, breakfast and excursions. On this trip will be an ECFA board member as a tour guide! Please registrate as soon as possible! 

In the first issue of the new year you will receive an activity schedule for the whole year 2019. We wish you a Merry Christmas and a happy new year. May the best of your past bet he worst of your future

Your Chairman

Roy Ho Ten Soeng

The Prime Minister of China Li Keqiang is making his first official visit to the Netherlands

The Prime Minister of China Li Keqiang is making his first official visit to the Netherlands as Chinese premier. The Netherlands is one of the first western countries to establish diplomatic ties with new China and the two countries decided to build an open and pragmatic partnership for comprehensive cooperation during Chinese President Xi Jinping’s state visit in 2014, said Li. At the China-Netherlands Business Forum 2018 in The Hague today, Li was the main speaker, together with the Chinese Minister of Commerce Zhong Shan, the Prime Minister of the Netherlands Mark Rutte and the Minister of Foreign Trade and Development Cooperation of the Netherlands Sigrid Kaag.

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Patty Yuen

Lawyer

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang


Chinese Premier Li Keqiang (2nd L) arrives at Schiphol Airport in Amsterdam, the Netherlands, Oct. 14, 2018. Li Keqiang arrived here on Sunday for an official visit to the Netherlands at the invitation of Dutch Prime Minister Mark Rutte. (Xinhua/Huang Jingwen)

Chinese Premier Li Keqiang arrived here on Sunday for an official visit to the Netherlands, the first by a Chinese premier in 14 years.

It is also Li’s first trip to the European country as the Chinese premier.

The Netherlands is one of the first western countries to establish diplomatic ties with new China and the two countries decided to build an open and pragmatic partnership for comprehensive cooperation during Chinese President Xi Jinping’s state visit in 2014, said Li in a written statement upon his arrival.

As two large trading nations, China and the Netherlands are important trading partners for each other, he said, noting that he hopes the visit will further enhance political trust between the two countries.

He said he expects that through this visit, China and the Netherlands will discuss ways to comprehensively deepen and expand cooperation in various areas and cement consensus on safeguarding multilateralism, supporting globalization and promoting trade and investment liberalization and facilitation, so as to inject new impetus to cooperation and relations between China and the Netherlands as well as China and Europe and deliver more benefits to the people.

During his three-day stay, the premier will hold in-depth discussions with Mark Rutte, prime minister of the Netherlands, and meet with Dutch King Willem-Alexander. He is also set to visit a hi-tech exhibition and address a business forum in The Hague.

The two sides are expected to sign a series of cooperation documents on aviation, energy and finance, among others, according to a press briefing by Chinese Foreign Ministry ahead of the visit.

It is the second stop of Li’s Eurasia trip from Oct. 11 to 19. He has paid an official visit to Tajikistan and attended the 17th meeting of the Council of Heads of Government of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization in Dushanbe, and will fly to Belgium for the 12th Asia-Europe Meeting (ASEM) summit and a working visit.

Meeting THE BELT AND ROAD 22-6-2018

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Agenda

2018 The Belt & Road Europe China Collaboration • Leiden Forum

Venue: Holiday Inn Leiden
Time: Friday 22 June 2018
Chairman of Leiden Forum: Lord Mayor of Leiden Henri Lenferink (invited)

08:30 09:00 09:10 09:20

09:30 09:50 10:10 10:30 10:50

11:10 11:30

Registration and Coffee/Tea
Opening General Assembly Conference by the Forum Chairman Speech by the Chinese Ambassador (invited)

General Introduction: The Role of BNR Europe & China Collaboration Association, and the Next Work Plan. Key note speech by Liang TIAN, president of BNR Europe & China Collaboration Association

New Silk Road Linking China and Europe? Key note speech by Dutch Minister Emeritus (invited)

Paving the Way for BRI linking China and Europe. Key note speech by Jiping LI, Vice President Emeritus China Development Bank

How Hong Kong Gives Full Play to Its Advantages and Helps Develop BNR Initirative Key note speech by Mr. Yi YUE, Chairman Emeritus Bank of China Hong Kong;

China, Holland and Thialand: The Opportunities under the context of BNR. Key note speech by Bo HONG, CEO of BNR Business Line of C.P.G. Overseas Co., Ltd.

BRI and Its Significance in View of the Chinese Government, Key note speech: Chairman Jianhua WANG of China Industry-University-Research Institute Collaboration Association.

Coffee/Tea

New Opportunities between Europe and China in Current Context. Key note speech: European parliament member, Mr. Lambert van Nistelrooij (invited)

11:50 Plate awarding ceremony of CIUR Europe office

12:00 Honorary consultant appointment ceremony

12:15 Panel Discussion with Panelists of Political and Business leaders from China and Europe. Invitee panelists: Mr. Guosheng Zhang, Commercial Counsellor Chinese Embassy; Mr. Henk Kool, Chairman Dutch Chinese Friendship Association and Vice Mayor Emeritus The Hague; Mr. Jan Olbrycht, Member of the European Parliament; Mr. Andrey Novakov, Member of the European Parliament; Mr. Jaap Smit, Kings Commissioner South Holland Province

13:10 Lunch

14:10 How High Tech Cooperation Lightens up the Silk Road, Speech Kuoqi Zhang, Professor TU Delft

14:25 The Belt and Road and its Logistics, Speech Arthur van Dijk, Chairman TLN (Transport Logistics Netherlands) (invited)

14:40 The Trend of International Trade in current context, Speech IuLiu Winkler, Member of the European Parliament, Vice Chairman of Committee on International Trade (invited)

14:55 Dutch Solutions and the Chinese Contribution to a Cleaner World, Speech by Herman Huisman, Ministry of Environment and Infrastructure

15:10 Hurdles of Rules and Culture Across the Belt and Road, Speech by Esther Maarsen, Partner Jomec-Lawslinked

15:30 Coffee/Tea

15:50 M&A and China and the Netherlands, Pitfalls and Their Solutions, Speech by Maarten Vijverberg, Partner Clifton Corporate Finance

16:10 Analysis of Real Estate Development and Recent Economic Situation in the Netherlands, Speech by Henk Jagersma, Urban director of Space and Economics at municipality of Amsterdam

16:30 Panel discussion with business leaders. Invitee panelists: Kuoqi Zhang (Professor TU Delft), Hans Klopstra (Karbonik), Ming Li (Hanergy Europe), Robbert Lambriks (Limburg Province and Maastricht Airport), Peter Pardoel (Cabooter, Euro-China Railway Line), Rob den Hartog (Netherlands Environment Technology Group), Maarten Vijverberg, Esther Maarsen, Zhisheng Huang (Professor of Vrij UniAmsterdam), Yirong Yang (Chairman & President of EcoGreen International Group)

17:30 Discussion and announcement of Leiden BRI Declaration 17:45 Group photos,Honorary consultant appointment ceremony 18:30 Cocktail match making

Organizers:

The Belt & Road Europe China Collaboration Association

The Belt & Road Dutch Research and Development Center

China Industry-University-Research Institute Collaboration Association

CNU Holding

Co-organizers:

Association of Chinese Investment Enterprises in the Netherlands

Innovation Quarter Vereniging Nederland-China

Economic & Commercial Counselor’s Office of the Embassy of PRC in Kindom of the Netherland

Europe China Power
EcoGreen International Group.,Ltd

De Stichting Landelijke Federatie Van Chinese Organisaties in Nederland

Jomec-Clifton M&A and Investment Jomec Laws Linked

Supported by:Holiday Inn Leiden

Why Chinese students in America should care about how they – and China – are perceived

In 1949, I resolved to travel to the United States to study. A childhood fondness for Hollywood movies and a fascination with Western culture helped spark this decision. While I was focused on how the US would live up to my imagination, the Ministry of Education reminded me that I would not just be representing myself abroad, but also the Republic of China.

I was instructed to behave as a model student and not allow China to lose face. After making this assurance, and fulfilling numerous other requirements, I was finally cleared to travel to the US. 

At this time, I was one of a small number of Chinese students studying in America. Altogether, there were 1,500 to 2,000 Chinese studying throughout the United States. The Chinese embassy was able to keep track of every student and monitor their behaviour, understanding that it could affect how Americans perceived China.

I was one of the last students from the Republic of China to travel from the mainland to the US in 1949; when the People’s Republic was founded, such educational ties between the mainland and the US stopped. After the end of the Korean war, students from Taiwan, where the Republic of China government now resided, began going to the US. These students were similarly instructed in their behaviour and well behaved. Relations between Chinese students and Americans were largely positive.

China-made large amphibious aircraft AG600 completes high-speed taxiing test

 

The crew and staff workers pose for photos after the first high-speed taxiing test on water of AG600, China’s independently-developed large amphibious aircraft, in Jingmen, central China’s Hubei Province, Oct. 1, 2018. The AG600 has successfully completed the high-speed taxiing test on water Monday. (Xinhua/Photo provided by Aviation Industry Corporation of China, Ltd.)