KUALA LUMPUR, Sept 11 -- Foreign journalists recently embarked on a deep study of China’s Shenyang economic development and personally took in the city’s charming culture.
Among them were journalists and representatives from Agency Prensa Latina, Tokyo Shimbun, Agencia Colpisa of Spain and the Lusa News Agency of Portugal.
For five days beginning Sept 1, they conducted field interviews and investigations at the Shenyang Brilliance BMW factory, Chinese Industry Museum, Shenyang Yuanda Group, Shenyang Shengjing Embroidery Culture, Mukden Palace and others.
Australian Associated Press chief executive officer, Bruce Davidson said there was no doubt that Shenyang would attract more businesses worldwide to invest in this valuable land.
“The economy of Shenyang is now starting to develop, and I want to report on that to the Japanese,” said Tokyo Shimbun journalist, Chihaya Tsuboi.
Meanwhile, Agencia Colpisa reporter, Zigor Aldama said: “Shenyang is not only a city with a traditional culture, but also a charming metropolis, I like Shenyang very much.”
According to the information office of Shenyang municipal government, Shenyang is China's advanced equipment manufacturing base, a national pilot zone for comprehensive reform and free trade.
With changes undergoing and traditional manufacturing industry being replaced by high-end manufacturing industry with new technologies, Shenyang is accelerating its innovation and development.