Over the 70 years since the People's Republic of China was established, people of different ages from all around the world have settled down in China. Guangdong, the frontier of China's reform and opening-up, has been leading the country in terms of attracting foreign talent, due in a large part to the Belt and Road Initiative, the Guangdong-Hong Kong-Macao Greater Bay Area, and Shenzhen’s new role as a pilot demonstration area. Foreigners come to China for different reasons, all chasing their dreams under the same sky, forming a key part of China’s effort to further deepen reform and opening-up, like an ascending diatonic scale.

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Yash

Yash

A 9 year-old student in Guangzhou

Nine year old Yash from Singapore was born in Guangzhou. He goes to local school, on the road towards realising his dreams in China with friends from all across the world.

I want to be a scientific doctor, a doctor who makes scientific portions to heal people very quickly. ”

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Nikita Nikandrov

Nikita Nikandrov

An International student in Shenzhen MSU-BIT University

2019 also marks the 70th anniversary of the establishment of Sino-Russian diplomatic relations. Nikita from Russia is fascinated by Shenzhen, a young and dynamic city in China. He believes young people should all come to Shenzhen whether just visiting or starting up their own businesses. He currently attends the Shenzhen MSU-BIT University.

The future depends on how the youngsters study, behave, how they treat each other and what their dreams are. The youth is the most important thing for a country.”

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Rachel

Rachel

An 1-million-fans Internet celebrity

Rachel from the US speaks fluent Mandarin and Cantonese. Born in Hong Kong, she came to Dongguan 20 years ago because her family all loves go-karting and found that Dongguan has the biggest karting industry in all of Asia. She received 12 years education in local Chinese schools in Dongguan. Now she is engaged in online streaming video in Shenzhen, an emerging industry in China, and has about one million fans on Bilibili and Weibo.

I think I was just so lucky that my parents saw exactly how China and Dongguan is going to grow.”

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Leticia de Lassus

Leticia de Lassus

Head of JJB International Montessori AMI Centre

Leticia from France has loved education since childhood. After she graduated from the Maria Montessori Institute in London, she met her business partners in Hong Kong and came to Guangzhou to establish JJB Education. It was a big challenge for Leticia to kick start her career in Guangzhou, but coming into contact with China’s education system has broadened her outlook on education.

The first button is the most important, you can’t do this one, you can’t do the other one.”

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Henry Xiao

Henry Xiao

President of Anderson (Guangdong) International Medical Management Co.,Ltd.

Henry Xiao is a Chinese-American. His grandparents were born in Guangdong. After obtaining a doctorate in the US, he decided to come back to China to start his own business. In 2016, thanks to the ongoing reform and opening-up in Guangdong, Henry and experts from both the US and Japan established a tech company focusing on cancer treatment through advanced biotech, and are based in the Sino-Singapore Guangzhou Knowledge City.

We are at the heart of the Guangdong - Hong Kong - Macao Great Bay Area. And we can enjoy multiple benefits in the term of the new policies, government policies, and the capitals, especially the talents. ”

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Sean Choi

Sean Choi

CEO of Chirea Culture Company

In 2006, Cooking Nanta, a South Korean nonverbal culinary themed comedy performance made an appearance on New York’s Broadway, being the first Asian production to do so. This May, the show was performed during the Asian Cuisine Festival in Guangzhou, attracting numerous curious eyes. The producer of the show is Sean Choi, CEO of the Chirea Culture Company.

I feel like I want to be a part of Chinese people. I want to learn Chinese more and know more Chinese people. And I learn more Chinese culture. I just want to make a good show with a lot of food and elements of China and put it into the show.”

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Stephan Mohler

Stephan Mohler

Quality Control Director of Pearl River Piano Group

Forty years ago, Stephan Mohler was a stage technician in Theater Basel, where he first saw a piano being tuned. His curiosity aroused, he has been devoted to the art of piano making ever since. Now, nearly 70 years old, this man still dedicates his time to the craft. Under his supervision, the technical team of Pearl River Pianos has launched the “Kayserburg Artist” series, and a production line based on the high standards of European top-flight piano manufacturing.

Piano is a seven-tone and now is China’s seventy anniversary. But I tuned many times for modern music also, fourteen tone scales. And I tuned also twenty eight tone scales. So China can get very old. We have enough tones.”

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