More Talent Requires For Belt and Road Initiative: Dr. Choi
Dr. Choi is confident that the memorandums will allow Pakistan and Hong Kong to engage in more extensive educational cooperation.
Dr. Choi Yuk-lin, Director of the Hong Kong Education Bureau agreed that the Belt and Road Initiative needed more talent, particularly in the Greater Bay Area.
The Hong Kong SAR Government and Pakistan’s Federal Ministry of Education and Vocational Training recently signed a memorandum of understanding (MOU) to strengthen educational cooperation between Hong Kong and Pakistan.
MoU Signed establishes a framework for Hong Kong and Pakistan’s strategic collaboration in education. Dr. Choi is confident that the memorandums will allow Pakistan and Hong Kong to engage in more extensive educational cooperation.
Reciprocal measures include the exchange of expertise and experience, academic documents, teaching aids, and demonstration materials, as well as scholars, students, and other teaching personnel, according to the MOU.
Moin ul Haque, Pakistan’s ambassador to China, was in Hong Kong when Dr. Choi Yuk-lin, Director of the Hong Kong Education Bureau, and Bilal Ahmad Butt, Consul General of Pakistan in Hong Kong, signed the Memorandum of Understanding.
Dr. Choi agreed that educational exchange and exposure could help students learn better. According to the Consulate General, the Urdu Examination other than Cambridge would be held in Hong Kong in two years.
The ambassador invited Dr. Choi to Pakistan to give a talk as part of a cultural exchange programme or to share their teaching experiences and ideas with Pakistani educators. This type of exchange can be a great way for people to share their knowledge and learn from one another.
Dr. Choi is certain that the memorandums will enable Pakistan and Hong Kong to engage in more extensive educational cooperation and exchanges.
The Belt and Road Initiative is a development strategy proposed by the Chinese government that aims to boost economic development in countries along the old Silk Road. The Greater Bay Area is a region in southern China that includes the cities of Hong Kong, Macau, and Guangzhou.
As the director of the Hong Kong Education Bureau, Dr. Choi Yuk-lin have particular interest in the development of talent in the Greater Bay Area, as this region is known for its high level of economic activity and innovation.
Dr. Choi believes that the Belt and Road Initiative has the potential to create new opportunities for education and professional development in the Greater Bay Area and that it is important to ensure that there is a sufficient supply of talent to support these initiatives.