ON Jan.26, 2017, the first Enjoyable Sharing debuted. As a flagship internal training program of CFPAMF, Enjoyable Sharing aims at building a bridge between mentors and CFPAMF staffs. Mr. Wang Xingzui, Chairman of CFPAMF, was the first speaker to share British Social Enterprises In My Eyes. Mr.Wang introduced several impressive and interesting cases about social enterprises in UK and shared his
ON Jan.26, 2017, the first Enjoyable Sharing debuted. As a flagship internal training program of CFPAMF, Enjoyable Sharing aims at building a bridge between mentors and CFPAMF staffs. Mr. Wang Xingzui, Chairman of CFPAMF, was the first speaker to share British Social Enterprises In My Eyes. Mr.Wang introduced several impressive and interesting cases about social enterprises in UK and shared his take on social enterprise operation, which expand our horizons.
We learned that only with disruptive innovations can social enterprises go forward. How to reignite the spirit of innovation to meet our biggest challenges was worth thinking.
Chinese Lunar New Year Is Coming Soon
Chinese Lunar New Year : Still A Time for Family Gathering In Modern China
The Spring Festival, Chinese Lunar New Year, China’s most significant holiday of the year, has more than 4,000 years of history. It is the grandest and the most important annual event for Chinese people. Dated back to Shang Dynasty (17th – 11th century BC), the festival used to fight against the monster “Nian” who liked eating children and livestock. The monster was afraid of red color and loud sound.
Therefore, people decorated their houses in red and set off firecrackers to expel it. In modern times, Chinese Lunar New Year is still a time for family gathering and the longest public holiday as well. However, the old ways of spending the New Year no longer meet the needs of young people, who have created various new ways to celebrate the traditional holiday. Some young families prefer to spend 7-day spring festival on travelling with friends to breathe different air and see different world, some would like to go to countryside to join in traditional Chinese New Year celebration while traditions are not kept well in metropolitans, and the most people still love to be back to parent’s house for family gathering. In today’s China, population mobility is a new normal, in which scenario it is difficult to have a big family reunion dinner. Thanks to high speed trains, airlines and highways, modern transportations shorten the journey home.
2018: The Year of the Dog
2018 is a Year of the Dog. In Chinese astrology, each year is related to a Chinese zodiac animal according to the 12-year cycle. 2018 is a Dog Year. CFPAMF wishes everyone to have a fruitful today and a bright tomorrow in 2018, and is looking forward to further cooperation with our partners.
Mr. Zheng Wenkai:
What Is the Rural Vitalization Strategy of China
Mr.Zheng Wenkai Chairman of China Foundation for Poverty Alleviation, Former Deputy Head of the State Council Leading Group Office of Poverty Alleviation and Development
Mr.Zheng Wenkai interpreted what the Rural Vitalization Strategy of China is, which is initiated at 19th CPC National Congress, at 2017CFPAMF Annual Meeting not long ago. He said, So far, the Rural Vitalization Strategy not simply means increasing agricultural production and farmers income , but improving quality and efficiency, which includes overall upgrading of agriculture, all-round progress of countryside, and comprehensive development of farmers.
He clearly explained that overall upgrading of agriculture emphasizes on improving quality and efficiency, industry convergence, and the creation of new industry.
And all-round progress of countryside, based on the basic operating system of rural areas, is to fulfill intensive and organized agricultural production, promote infrastructure construction and public services, and improve governance and civilization of township. In addition,comprehensive development of farmers focuses on providing comprehensive public services and development opportunities to farmers, assisting famers in breaking barriers which hamper population mobility, and efficient allocation of resources.