CIYEC Meets SKJC via Video Link
The China International Youth Exchange Center (CIYEC) held an online symposium with the South Korea Junior Chamber (SKJC) on July 10, 2020. The two groups shared opinions on how to facilitate bilateral exchanges under regular pandemic prevention and control conditions, and exchanged views on how to further strengthen practical cooperation among young entrepreneurs in China and South Korea.
Representatives of the China International Youth Exchange Center and the South Korea Junior Chamber pose for a group photo online during the videoconferencing.
In his speech, Zhang Hua, Deputy Director of the CIYEC, first congratulated Lee Jong-si on becoming Chairman of the SKJC Central Committee in 2020, and also commented positively on the long-term efforts made by the SKJC to promote youth exchanges between China and South Korea.
He said that the SKJC is a key member under the Junior Chamber International (JCI) and a core force in promoting exchanges and cooperation between young entrepreneurs in China and South Korea.
In the face of the COVID-19 pandemic, the two sides have supported each other in information communication, material provision and other aspects. They have cooperated closely, and deepened their practical relationship effectively and satisfactorily.
Lee introduced the recent work arrangements of the SKJC. He said that with the joint efforts of both sides, the pragmatic cooperation between Chinese and South Korean young entrepreneurs is progressing smoothly, and the development momentum is good.
He said although personnel exchanges and other activities cannot be carried out normally at present, the COVID-19 pandemic will not affect the confidence of both sides to deepen exchanges and cooperation. He added that he hoped that on the basis of existing work, the two sides would continue to expand cooperation and achieve mutual benefits and win-win results.
Focusing on topics such as promoting economic recovery, the two sides had full exchanges and reached a consensus on building a cloud platform for exchanges and cooperation between young entrepreneurs in China and South Korea, and exploring the launch of an "Online Live-Streaming Sales" model.
A group photo of Lee Jong-si (C), Chairman of the South Korea Junior Chamber Central Committee, and staff of the SKJC who attended the online symposium