DCYE participated in the delegation to China, March 2018. The mission with 165 Dutch companies and organisations was led by prime minister Rutte, minister Kaag (Foreign Trade & Development), minister Schouten (Agriculture), minister Bruins (Medical Care & Sport) and vice-minister Van Veldhoven (infrastructure)
DCYE joined the Dutch Prime Mininster delegation to China from 23rd until 28th of March 2015, visiting Shanghai and Shenzhen.
Group photo with the Dutch delegation and prime minister Mark Rutte in Shanghai.
During the trip, DCYE signed the MoU with the RNW for economic and cultural cooperation.
DCYE chairman has been received by the vice Minister Mr. Tan of the Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of the State Council of the People’s Republic of China in Beijing.
DCYE chairman has been received by the director general Mr. Xi of the overseas Chinese affairs office in Shanghai.
Director general Mr. Wu of the Overseas Chinese office Guangdong Province was invited as guest of DCYE at the Sino-Dutch trade dinner hosted by the Dutch Prime Minister in Shenzhen.
DCYE chairman meeting with Mr. Huang Vice Governor of the Guangxi Zhuang Autonomous Region.
November at the Dutch Ministry of Security and Justice, our Dutch Chinese Young Entrepreneurs(DCYE) in cooperation with the European Investment Council (EIC) , co-organized a seminar with the ministry of Security and Justice which focused on MoMi, the Modern Migration Policy Act for foreign investors and the preferential treatment of skilled migrants. the seminar was also supported by our partners Limes International and Interconnection.
H.E. Mr. Fred Teeven, State Secretary of the Ministry of Security and Justice, delivered the keynote address at the event and invited the audience to come forward with recommendations and constructive criticism. After the speech of the State Secretary, Ms. Lieke Vollebroek from the Ministry gave an overview of the Modern Migration Policy Act and the new regulations for foreign investors.
Interconnection explained their expat-related activities on intercultural management, while Limes International called for a closer cooperation between the stakeholders involved in migration.
After the presentations, there was a panel discussion with the audience and speakers on the subject. The model of the seminar was quite unique. The Ministry was open to comments from practitioners, very soon after the introduction of new legislation. We believe that this greatly contributed to better understanding of Dutch policy and enhanced confidence in the way the government handles these complex issues.
The audience included more than 150 guests from national and local government, Ambassadors and Counsellors from different Embassies and Dutch international concerns as well as foreign companies in the Netherlands.
We look back on a successful seminar.
DCYE received the Chinese government and business delegation regarding aviation, agriculture, tourism and culture cooperation to the Netherlands and Europe.
In October 2014 we received the Chinese government and business delegation regarding Oil, Gas industry to the Netherlands and Europe.