Project news

Yantou for 37 HK, Macau, Taiwan Students
Nataliia Litvinova, 2018-08-09

 On July 21, 37 college students from Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan arrived in the village of Yantou in Andi Town, Wucheng District, to participate in a 10-day local project from July 21-30. The schedule includes cultural activities related to local intangible heritage, cycling along the Meixi Corridor, lectures on Wuju opera, a visit to the Wuzhou Kiln, and kayak races on the Meixi River. The project aims to offer the participants a wonderful trip through Jinhua.


Schedule for the 7th Session of JH (Songxi, 2018)
Nataliia Litvinova, 2018-04-11

August 10 (Fri.) - Arrival

6:00 Head for Pudong International Airport

14:00 Leave Shanghai for Songxi Village

19:00 Arrive in Songxi, welcome ceremony, meet host family, accommodation

22:00 Rest

August 11 (Sat.) - Project Introduction, Workgroup Division

08:30-09:30 Introduction of Songxi Village and its facilities (project site, shared bike, medical facility, etc.)

09:30-12:00 Project introduction

14:00-16:30 Participants self-introduction, cultural items presentation

19:00-20:30 Salon: volunteers self-introduction, group division

August 12 (Sun.) -Team building & Adventure Activities

Jinhua Homestay Ambassador of Chinese Culture
Nataliia Litvinova, 2018-03-26

On the evening of March 14, representatives of 18 consulates in Shanghai met on the banks of the Huangpu River and applauded the Seventh Session of the Jinhua Homestay project, which will take place from August 10-30 this year.

Zhang Daniel Hong, director of the Jinhua Foreign and Overseas Chinese Affairs Office, said that the JH project, which is sponsored by the Jinhua Municipal People's Government, has become a major project for the city, as it has registered the presence of 247 international participants from 41 countries. The JH aims to spread the variegated rural culture of Jinhua's historical villages, which ...


Jinhua Becomes One of the “Youngest” Cities
Nataliia Litvinova, 2018-03-21

According to the 2017 Youth Index of Cities in China released by the Tencent Big Data Technology Team, Jinhua, a third-tier city, was one of the “youngest” cities in China. Ranking second only to Shenzhen, Jinhua and Guiyang tied for second place.

The Index was based on QQ users aged 16 to 35, the existing proportion of young people in cities, and the 2016 Youth Index of Cities in China. To some extent, the Index reveals youth population distributions, displays how the youth have changed China, and answers the question, “Where have the youth gone?” 

At the Yiwu National People’s ...


Nataliia Litvinova, 2018-03-11