China (Shenzhen) International Innovation & Entrepreneurship Competition Invites Toronto Companies to Apply before Feb.28, 2017

The following video presents Shenzhen City:

China (Shenzhen) International Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition

China (Shenzhen) International Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition

“The First China (Shenzhen) Innovation & Entrepreneurship International Competition (hereinafter referred to as the Competition) is guided by the Ministry of Science and Technology of the PRC, the State Administration of Foreign Experts Affairs, P.R.C, sponsored by ShenzhenMunicipal People’s Government, and hosted by Longgang District People’s Governmentof Shenzhen Municipality, Pingshan  District People’s Governmentof Shenzhen Municipality, the Human Resources and Social Security Administration of Shenzhen Municipality and the Science & Technology Innovation Committee of Shenzhen Municipality. In response to the call for “mass entrepreneurship and innovation by all” and as guided by the concept of an “international, high-end, market-driven and professional” competition, the Competition aims to provide a development platform for talents to learn from each other and to innovate.

The Competition is open to all high-caliber overseas talents and projects regardless of nationality.”

China (Shenzhen) International Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition‘s applications from outstanding projects and competitors over the world are now accepted. The Competition has set eight overseas division competitions as follows:

China (Shenzhen) International Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition

China (Shenzhen) International Innovation and Entrepreneurship Competition

  • Sydney, Australia,
  • Toronto, Canada,
  • Munich, Germany,
  • Bengaluru, India,
  • Tel Aviv, Israel,
  • Tokyo, Japan,
  • London, U.K., and
  • Silicon Valley, U.S.A.

The focus of the competition will be on Shenzhen’s five key industries as follows:

  1. Internet and mobile Internet (information technology)
  2. Electronic Science and Technology
  3. Biological and Life Science and Technology
  4. Advanced Manufacturing, and
  5. Material and Energy (including energy saving and environmental protection).

“Shenzhen, which neighbors Hong Kong, is the fourth-largest mainland city in GDP terms. It has aggregated the top talents in the creative and IT industry around the country, with the aim to become one of the world’s leading technology-driven cities.”

http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/china/2016-02/05/content_23409928.htm

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Since yesterday, Toronto was delighting in double happiness as the following two facilities opened for the benefits of Canadians in Toronto as well as Ontario.

Earle Bales Park before the Earl Bales Stormwater Management Pond was built in 2011.

Earle Bales Park before the Earl Bales Stormwater Management Pond was built in 2011.

“Streetcar congestion during road construction on Queen Street West. Streetcars are being re-routed via Victoria, Richmond, Adelaide, Church and Parliament. This video was taken at Queen & Victoria looking South.”

It's Time Again for Toronto 2011 Road Construction Season in Ontario, Canada

It's Time Again for Toronto 2011 Road Construction Season in Ontario, Canada

Ah, one of the signs of spring arrival is road construction work which includes potholes’ repair.

We welcome spring with open arms. As for the upcoming road construction season, it’s grin and bear it situation!

Please note that the meeting for the following media advisory will be held at an outdoors location at the southwest corner of Victoria Park Avenue and Parkwoods Village Drive.

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