Jinhua Talent Park Opened

Post Time: 2019-11-22

      On November 15, Chen Long, secretary of the Municipal Party Committee; Zhu Shiqiang, deputy secretary of the Party committee of Shanghai Jiao Tong University and director of the Zhijiang Laboratory; and Zheng Minqiang, Member of the Standing Committee of Jinhua Municipal Committee and Minister of Organization, jointly held the opening ceremony for Jinhua Talent Park. Yin Xuequan, deputy secretary of the Municipal Party Committee and mayor, delivered a speech. Academicians of the Chinese Academy of Sciences and the Chinese Academy of Engineering who had attended the Second Development Summit and city leaders Huang Jinchao, Chen Lingling, Zheng Yuliang, Zhang Weiya, and Fu Lichang attended the ceremony.

      Jinhua Talent Park is an important part of the landscape of “Three Rivers, Six Banks” in Jinhua. It is adjacent to the Yiwu River in the north and Jinhua No.1 High School and Jinhua Foreign Language School in the south. The park covers an area of 270 acres, and is 1203 meters from east to west. The park is divided into five parts: the Axis of Talents, the Boat of Talents, the Root of Talents, the Light of Talents, and the Road of Talents. It consists of a variety of elements, including “Five Talents Parks,” Talent Station, Wisdom Ladder, Famous School Circle, and Talent Forest. The Talent Park, Science Park, Sponge Park (a water conservation park, similar to sponge city), Civic Park, and Future Park will strive to achieve a working harmony with each other.

      Yin Xuequn said that Jinhua boasts many exceptional talents, which is the greatest advantage and most valuable resource for promoting its high-quality development. Jinhua built the first talent park in the province, aiming to create a new window in which to present the talents of Jinhua, a new platform in which for talents to undertake activities, a new carrier through which to popularize policies for talents, and a new through which framework to inspire talents. (By Wu Zhenrong, translated by Zhang Jiajia, edited by Kendra Fiddler)