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Sias’ YBE club visits Xin Yang Ju Sheng Company
Five foreign teachers and 21 members of Young Business Entrepreneur Association of Sias International University visited Ju Sheng Company as part of foreign trade development project. JuSheng is the biggest curtain company at Xin Yang city and Henan Province. The Sias contingent was greeted by the Mayor, the head of Xin Yang Foreign Office, the CEO and other directors of the company. The representative’s of YBE, foreign teacher and coach Troy Angell and Chinese coach David Xing, both gave speeches. Three members of YBE translated. A tour of the exhibition hall, production workshop, storeroom, and the technical research department was part of the day. Ju Sheng had a vast assortment of curtains ranging from basic to very fine quality and craftsmanship. Students asked many questions about quality control and production during the tour. Foreign coach Angell said: “The students conducted themselves very professionally. They acted just like real businessman, not only with their dress, language and behavior, but also with their incredible poise and professional skill. These students are the future business leaders of China.” Sias freshman Liu Qi was the project manager of the Ju Sheng. Both sides exchanged opinions and advice about their concerns. Xing said: “The aim of YBE is to enhance the consciousness of business, to tap business potential of students, to build a bridge for the students of connecting study with practice. We follow the aim of Sias to build international talent, proficient in English, advanced knowledge, and a large circle of acquaintances. I am so happy the students did a good job and were growing up, I see the future of the students.”
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