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The two countries must promote cooperation in many areas, but how can cooperation go well if our next generation doesn't understand Chinese?" Cho asked"In the past 21 years, I have witnessed great development achievements in China, and I believe the five years to come after the pending 19th CPC National Congress will bring the country a more prosperous futureAlso, Xi has been very good at choosing the right people to work with himI was one of the torchbearers for the Beijing Olympic Games torch relay in Hefei in 2008Impressed by how the history teacher had influenced her son, Cho has encouraged Chinese students to go to South KoreaTravelers had to change flights in Shanghai or Nanjing, Jiangsu provinceThe university was the first in the province to have such a courseShe also serves as an economic counselor for the Hefei Economic and Technological Development Area, where Hefei University is based, and the Hefei High-Tech Industry Development Zone"My husband and I came to China - to Hefei - to fulfill my elder son's dreamHow to make the other countries believe a rapidly developing China is not a threat is really a tough issueWithin a year, she moved to the city with her husband, Park Nam-gyu, and her sonsI hope it can play a more important role in world peace in the future"In the early years, transportation between Hefei and South Korea was not convenientIn 2002, she became the first person from her country to receive China's Friendship Award, the highest honor given to foreigners by the central government"He wanted to go to the inland provinces, and he had some knowledge of Anhui, so he chose Hefei as his destination," Cho saidHalf a year later, Park returned to Hefei University and has been there ever sinceSome of the South Korean companies based in the two zones, the largest in the province, were attracted through Cho's effortsIn the runup to the meeting, China Daily asked a prominent South Korean teacher to talk about her experiences in promoting educational improvements, business cooperation and people-to-people understanding in her native country and her adopted homeAnd she was the first South Korean citizen to gain permanent residency in China in 2006The boy - a great fan of Chinese history who was able to give the names of more than 900 figures in the Chinese classic Romance of Three Kingdoms - was inspired and wanted very much to follow the suggestionPresident Xi puts a lot of emphasis on environmental protectionWhat's the most memorable experience you've had in China, or related to China? Unforgettable experiences in China are manyIt also extends to boosting Sino-South Korean economic ties and helping the province's poverty-stricken areasCho's reputation is not limited to education, howeverWhen we were living in a community about 10 kilometers away, we could seldom see the hill from the windowWhat's the biggest challenge China faces, and how do you think the country should go about overcoming it? The biggest challenge could come from the changesThe improvement of the people's confidence itself is one of the biggest achievementsIn 2010, she was listed as one of the most influential women of the century in HefeiEditor's Note: The Communist Party of China will hold its 19th National Congress on Oct 18More policies should also be made to attract more foreign talent to work in China

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