The 1st Haikou-Israel Cooperation Symposium took place in Haikou City, Hainan Province on May 22nd 2014, and was organised by Haikou Science and Technology Bureau together with Unique 1 Asia.
The forum participants included provincial leaders from the foreign affairs, agriculture, asset management, commerce department and other key departments, such as the Haikou Science and Technology Bureau and the Haikou Technology Parks.
The Vice President of Hainan university and four professors, three of whom have lived and studied in Israel, also participated in the forum, including the deands of the management and science and technology departments.
Local industry leaders in the fields of agriculture, pharmaceuticals, IT, technology, machinery, and creative endevours also took part.
This forum was the first of its type in China, involving a dialogue and brain-storming session between the different guests on the correct paths for future cooperation between Haikou and Israel.
Furthermore, both the provincial leaders, municipal leaders, local universities and industries agreed to work together towards this goal.
Some of the initial cooperation projects will include:
Academia-internships in Israeli companies in China and Israel, as well as student and professor exchanges.
Delegations to Israel- the Director of the Science and Technology Department suggested that different departments, companies and academics should first visit Israel and then later invite israeli partners to visit China.
Industry- several company cooperation opportunities.
Commerce- promotion of Hainan province in Israel and and increased support for youth.
Technology & Education- combine a learning centre together with an incubator to create a testbed in order to develop future cooperations.
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