On July 5 residents of Xangongo, a rural community in Angola's southern province of Cunene, witnessed the start of construction on a primary school donated by Sinohydro, a Chinese hydropower engineering and construction company.
Luban Workshops in countries involved in the Belt and Road Initiative exhibit distinctive advantages, aiming to cultivate talent for sustainable development in more countries and offer competitive professional training programs that empower the youth within these regions.
Capacity building can be improved from the ground up in countries along the Belt and Road routes with additional basic vocational training for the locals
This episode is about Handiso Selamu Yisihak, an Ethiopian who came to Tianjin in 2019. He loves city’s green areas, weather, and people.
On March 8, 2016, the Luban Workshop in Ayutthaya Technical College in Thailand, constructed by Tianjin Bohai Vocational Technical College, went into operation.
The Luban Workshop is a program to provide technical skills training for college students, enabling them to be market-ready upon graduation. It has created job opportunities in countries where Chinese companies have increased their investments in recent years.
Introduction and timeline of Luban Workshop