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Program for global port practitioners wraps up
    2017-11-15  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Zhang Qian

zhqcindy@163.com

After spending four weeks in Shenzhen and other Chinese cities learning about Chinese cultures as well as practical knowledge in management, 28 current employees at various port-related companies and government institutions from 13 Belt & Road countries received certificates for a training program at China Merchants Port Building on Friday.

The 28 selected executives and employees were sponsored by the China Merchants Charitable Foundation to join the program known as “C Blue,” which was developed by China Merchants Port Holdings Co. Ltd. in response to the Belt & Road Initiative.

Guests, including Sri Lankan Ambassador Karunasena Kodituwakku, Tanzania Ambassador Mbelwa Kairuki, deputy secretary general of China Merchants Charitable Foundation Huang Yi and Party secretary general of Shenzhen Polytechnic Chen Qiuming, attended the graduation ceremony on Friday.

During their monthlong stay, the 28 employees from various sectors gained insight into China’s port industry and general economic landscape through lectures, field trips and company tours.

The first two weeks of the training camp were held at Shenzhen Polytechnic, a specialized college located in Nanshan District and a co-organizer of the training program, to equip the trainees with industry-specific expertise as well as a Chinese cultural experience.

After the first two weeks, the trainees visited Xiamen and Zhangzhou in Fujian Province and Beijing for field studies and returned to Shekou, Shenzhen, for their last week of on-site training with China Merchants Port.

C Blue, which owes its title to the Chinese phrase, “shaping our blue dream,” is expected to “offer foreign countries the environment, resources and platform they need to nurture top leadership talents,” according to the program’s promotional material.

It is the second year that China Merchants Port Holdings Co. Ltd. has organized the training program. Compared to its 2016 debut, C Blue’s sophomore edition had a more diverse audience as well as more interactive sessions with additional cultural experiences.

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