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Cambridge Opening Ceremony of the 2011 CSSAUK High-Level Entrepreneurship Challenge

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Cambridge University Chinese Students and Scholars Association (CSSA-CAM) is hosting an Opening Ceremony of the 2011 CSSAUK High-Level Entrepreneurship Challenge, initiated and organized by the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China and organized by the CSSA -UK on Tuesday 22nd March, 2011 in Cambridge. The launching of this grand event and its press conference will be held at The Møller Centre, Churchill College, in the University of Cambridge.

Distinguished guests attending and speaking on the Ceremony include:

Minister Counsellor Xiaogang Tian, the Chinese Embassy in the UK

Professor Ian White, the Pro-Vice-Chancellor, the University of Cambridge

Councillor Tony Orgee, the Cabinet Member for Economy and the Environment and the Former Chairman of Cambridgeshire County Council

Councillor Sheila Stuart, the Mayor of Cambridge City Council

Sir David Wallace, the Master of Churchill College, Cambridge

Professor Denggao Long, the Principal Expert of Major Projects, National Foundation of Social Sciences, China

Dr Tim Wilkinson, Engineering Department, University of Cambridge, and the Chairman of the Cambridge Committee, the Institution of Engineering and Technology (IET)

A reception will be served after the Ceremony and the wines and canapés are free.

Dress code: formal

Time: Please arrive at 14:50; the Ceremony will start at 15.00pm on Tuesday 22nd March.

Venue: The Lecture Theatre, the Møller Centre, Churchill College (Storey’s Way, Cambridge CB3 0DE )

Registration with CSSA -CAM for attending the Ceremony: The Event is free to public. Please email by 11am Monday 21st March with your Name, Department, College and Contact Details for registration.



The preliminary and semi-final rounds are to be held both in China and Britain, followed by the final competition in London October this year. This contest would achieve an unprecedented height in size and standard in the history of all entrepreneurship challenges around the UK.

Recently, emphasis from government has been exerted on the absorption and importation of intellects overseas, thus relevant policies that encourage high-level talents to develop entrepreneurship back in China are launched in succession. Taking advantage of opportunities and advancing with times, the association hopes to fully impel intellectual communications and entrepreneurship cooperation between the two nations through this competition, hence to realize the collaboration of advantageous resources between foreign high-end scientific and researching projects and domestic development in economy, science, technology, and humanity in all provinces and areas.

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