This time next month over 1,200 representatives, including the leaders of more than 20 countries and 50 international organizations, will gather in Beijing for the first Belt and Road Forum.
To observe how Chinese enterprises are jointly developing with their counterparts in the “Belt and Road” countries and regions, journalists from major national media, as CCTV and Xinhua, recently paid a visit to Foshan city of Guangdong Province from April 10-12.
Located in the heart of the Pearl River Delta, Foshan is known for its traditional manufacturing industries and products as home appliances, tiles and furniture, maintaining long-term business relationships with buyers from all over the world.
Following Beijing media’s paces, we found unexpected changes taking place in these traditional enterprises and the ways they are seeking cooperation in the global stage.
【11：06 AM, April 11】Midea, Foshan’s home appliances magnate
The media group saw a robot playing Rubik Cube when visiting Midea’s headquarter. A staff introduced this robot was co-created by Midea and Yaskawa Electric, a Japan-invested robot company. He also said Midea is now mapping its global markets in more cooperative ways...
【3:05 AM, April 11】Sino- German industrial service zone
Joey Pather, the CEO of Guangdong Tanzhou International Convention and Exhibition Center, was being interviewed by the Beijing media. He said Germany’s HANNOVER MESSE is now working with Foshan’s Sino- German industrial service zone to connect industries in Germany and Foshan...