Bank of China (Hong Kong) Phnom Penh branch sponsors scholarship to Cambodian Chinese University

Phnom Penh, August 10, local time, Bank of China Phnom Penh branch donated a batch of computer equipment and sponsored scholarships to Duanhua school in Cambodia. < / P > < p > Wang Huabin, President of Bank of China Phnom Penh branch, said that Duanhua school’s promotion of Chinese education in Cambodia is a cause that has made great contributions to the present age and benefits for thousands of years, and Bank of China is willing to support the development of the school and outstanding students for a long time. Wang Huabin said that as the earliest Chinese bank to enter the Cambodian market, while realizing its own sustainable development, the bank has always actively taken on social responsibility, and is committed to promoting the spread of Chinese culture in Cambodia and cultural exchanges between Cambodia and China.

Wang Huabin said that one belt, one road, was supported by the head office in 2015. It supports 30 government officials in Beijing to hold the international financial exchange and cooperation seminar. He said that last year, the bank also successively sponsored and supported my Chinese story Essay Competition for Cambodian government officials and the 19th “Chinese Bridge” Chinese language competition in Cambodian competition area, donating money and materials for Cambodian parties to fight against the new epidemic. In the future, the bank will focus on education, public health care, culture and other fields, actively assume social responsibility, be enthusiastic about public welfare, and contribute to the development of Cambodian Chinese education. According to Wang Huabin, in recent years, the bank has made donations to help Guanghua School in Kratie province build concrete roads, donated Chinese books to overseas Chinese School in Cambodia, and sponsored students from Royal University of Cambodia to attend UN simulation activities in Beijing. < / P > < p > on the same day, Wang Huabin and his party visited Yang Jinyi, the principal of Duanhua school. On the basis of reducing their own expenses, they donated three laptops to the school and sponsored 1500 US dollars for five outstanding students. < p > < p > Yang Jinyi expressed his gratitude for the bank’s continuous concern and support for Duanhua school. He said that when the school was short of funds to prepare for the construction of a new teaching building last year, the branch generously sponsored US $20000. He believed that more Cambodian students would learn Chinese and Chinese culture.