On Nov. 2, the "Green Horse Class" of Business School, led by Professors Yang Xin and Yin Yishan, attended the Boao Asian Youth Forum (Hong Kong) in 2017, which was jointly organized by the Boao Asian Forum and the Hong Kong Elite Association and officially opened at the Hong Kong Convention and Exhibition Centre.
To further enable students to participate in high-end forums, the College actively strives for the students of the "Green Horse Class" of the College to participate in the most influential and forward-looking International Forum in the field of youth in Asia, the Boao Asian Youth Forum (Hong Kong) in 2017, with the aim of broadening students'horizons and in-depth training of international high-end business talents.
The theme of this forum is "facing the future of globalization and free trade - the role of youth". Wang Zhimin, director of the Liaison Office of the Central People's Government in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, Liang Zhenying, vice chairman of the National Committee of the Chinese people's Political Consultative Conference, Zhou Wenchong, Secretary General of the Boao Forum for Asia and Zhuang Jiabin, chairman of the Hong Kong Elite Association, delivered speeches on the new round of globalization. From the perspective of economy, science and technology and culture, this paper explores how young people adapt to changes and grasp the future.
Business school "Green Horse Class" students listen carefully and discuss "how to view the role of youth" and other issues. Student Ke Shufang said that many young entrepreneurs in the forum hope that contemporary youth should have the ability to learn quickly, open thinking, focus on the nature of the problem and internal logic, and carry out systematic thinking. As a student of logistics management, Huang Min talked freely about the current demand for high-end business talents in the logistics industry, hoping that he could constantly improve himself and face the employment challenges.
On this trip to Hong Kong, business school "Green Horse Class" students have expressed their deep feelings and full harvest. Not only has it broadened our horizons, but also we have a new understanding of the role of youth. It is hoped that the "Green Horse Class" students of Business College can shoulder the mission and responsibility of youth, firm ideals and beliefs, lofty aspirations, down-to-earth and brave to be the tide-maker of the times.