Sweden-China Bridge established in Stockholm

Sweden-China Bridge established in Stockholm

STOCKHOLM, Mar.8 (SCBR)—In order to promote scientific, technological and cultural exchanges between Sweden and China, Sweden-China Bridge was established on Jan. 19, announced Xuefei Chen Axelsson, CEO and founder of Sweden-China Bridge on Thursday.
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STOCKHOLM, Mar.8 (SCBR)—In order to promote scientific, technological and cultural exchanges between Sweden and China, Sweden-China Bridge was established on Jan. 19, announced Xuefei Chen Axelsson, CEO and founder of Sweden-China Bridge on Thursday.
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”SCBR aims to provide good services for Chinese government, enterprises and individuals who likes to visit Sweden, invest in the country or introduce advanced technologies, especially in green technology,”said Chen Axelsson.
”Sweden is a small country in terms of population, but in terms of science and technology, culture and social development, Sweden has always been ranking the top ten or even top five in the world, according to the UN Human development report,”Chen Axelsson said.
She said that China is aiming at transforming its development mode towards sustainable development track, then Sweden has a lot to offer in addition to its willingness to offer.
”But how to find the match? SCBR can provide expertise and service in this aspect,”Chen Axelsson said.
She also elabrated that another major service SCBR can provide is the objective news, features and documentary from both countries to improve mutual understanding in political, economic and cultural as well as scientific and technological fields. SCBR can provide hard news, interviews, features and documentary in both print, radio and video forms.
”Usually bad news is news, in that sense, there isn’t much news, but SCBR likes to report good news, too.”

Meanwhile, SCBR will provide Chinese language and cultural teaching courses for pupils and adults in Sweden.
”With 1.3 billion people and a steady economic and political and social development, China is the future of the world in the 21st century. If one can master Chinese language, it means one will master the key for success in the future as there is still great potential of development in China as well as anywhere in the world where there are Chinese-speaking people.”Chen Axelsson said.
As a radio journalist and teacher for many years, Chen Axelsson will give lectures about China under the umbrella of SCBR.
”I choose March 8 as the date to launch SCBR, because I like to pay more attention to women’s rights and role in the society and company, I hope it will be a success story since it has a good beginning on the Women’s Day.”
To mark the Women’s Day, SCBR will organize running activity every year as part of its CSR practice.

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