CHINA Graduate returns home to start own business in Caoxian County, E China

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Graduate returns home to start own business in Caoxian County, E China

Xinhua

18:10, December 12, 2020

Hu Chunqing arranges the costumes for display at his studio in Caoxian County, east China's Shandong Province, Dec. 11, 2020. While continuing with his study, Hu Chunqing, who is now a PhD student, returned to his hometown in Daji Township of Caoxian County, east China's Shandong Province in 2018 to help his wife Meng Xiaoxia start their own business in making and selling performance costumes and hanfu, a type of traditional clothing of the Han ethnic group. Their business kept booming with Meng working as the designer and Hu in charge of sales. Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, their business met with severe difficulties in 2020. With the help of local revenue department, they finally got the bank loan they badly needed. Hu Chunqing's business has offered jobs to over 400 locals and he is cultivating e-commerce professionals for local vocational schools. In recent years, Caoxian County has seen more than 12,000 graduates returning home to start their own businesses. (Xinhua/Guo Xulei)

Hu Chunqing (L) communicates with a staff member about drawing designs at a secondary vocational school in Caoxian County, east China's Shandong Province, Dec. 11, 2020. While continuing with his study, Hu Chunqing, who is now a PhD student, returned to his hometown in Daji Township of Caoxian County, east China's Shandong Province in 2018 to help his wife Meng Xiaoxia start their own business in making and selling performance costumes and hanfu, a type of traditional clothing of the Han ethnic group. Their business kept booming with Meng working as the designer and Hu in charge of sales. Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, their business met with severe difficulties in 2020. With the help of local revenue department, they finally got the bank loan they badly needed. Hu Chunqing's business has offered jobs to over 400 locals and he is cultivating e-commerce professionals for local vocational schools. In recent years, Caoxian County has seen more than 12,000 graduates returning home to start

Staff members with local revenue department introduces tax preferential policies to Hu Chunqing (2nd R) at his workshop in Daji Township of Caoxian County, east China's Shandong Province, Dec. 11, 2020. While continuing with his study, Hu Chunqing, who is now a PhD student, returned to his hometown in Daji Township of Caoxian County, east China's Shandong Province in 2018 to help his wife Meng Xiaoxia start their own business in making and selling performance costumes and hanfu, a type of traditional clothing of the Han ethnic group. Their business kept booming with Meng working as the designer and Hu in charge of sales. Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, their business met with severe difficulties in 2020. With the help of local revenue department, they finally got the bank loan they badly needed. Hu Chunqing's business has offered jobs to over 400 locals and he is cultivating e-commerce professionals for local vocational schools. In recent years, Caoxian County has seen more than 12,000 g

Hu Chunqing (L) communicates with a worker at his workshop in Daji Township of Caoxian County, east China's Shandong Province, Dec. 11, 2020. While continuing with his study, Hu Chunqing, who is now a PhD student, returned to his hometown in Daji Township of Caoxian County, east China's Shandong Province in 2018 to help his wife Meng Xiaoxia start their own business in making and selling performance costumes and hanfu, a type of traditional clothing of the Han ethnic group. Their business kept booming with Meng working as the designer and Hu in charge of sales. Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, their business met with severe difficulties in 2020. With the help of local revenue department, they finally got the bank loan they badly needed. Hu Chunqing's business has offered jobs to over 400 locals and he is cultivating e-commerce professionals for local vocational schools. In recent years, Caoxian County has seen more than 12,000 graduates returning home to start their own businesses. (Xinhu

Hu Chunqing (L) communicates with a student at the studio of a secondary vocational school in Caoxian County, east China's Shandong Province, Dec. 11, 2020. While continuing with his study, Hu Chunqing, who is now a PhD student, returned to his hometown in Daji Township of Caoxian County, east China's Shandong Province in 2018 to help his wife Meng Xiaoxia start their own business in making and selling performance costumes and hanfu, a type of traditional clothing of the Han ethnic group. Their business kept booming with Meng working as the designer and Hu in charge of sales. Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, their business met with severe difficulties in 2020. With the help of local revenue department, they finally got the bank loan they badly needed. Hu Chunqing's business has offered jobs to over 400 locals and he is cultivating e-commerce professionals for local vocational schools. In recent years, Caoxian County has seen more than 12,000 graduates returning home to start their own bus

A student promotes hanfu via livestreaming at a secondary vocational school in Caoxian County, east China's Shandong Province, Dec. 11, 2020. While continuing with his study, Hu Chunqing, who is now a PhD student, returned to his hometown in Daji Township of Caoxian County, east China's Shandong Province in 2018 to help his wife Meng Xiaoxia start their own business in making and selling performance costumes and hanfu, a type of traditional clothing of the Han ethnic group. Their business kept booming with Meng working as the designer and Hu in charge of sales. Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, their business met with severe difficulties in 2020. With the help of local revenue department, they finally got the bank loan they badly needed. Hu Chunqing's business has offered jobs to over 400 locals and he is cultivating e-commerce professionals for local vocational schools. In recent years, Caoxian County has seen more than 12,000 graduates returning home to start their own businesses. (Xinhu

Hu Chunqing (R) and his wife Meng Xiaoxia help a student put on headgear at a secondary vocational school in Caoxian County, east China's Shandong Province, Dec. 11, 2020. While continuing with his study, Hu Chunqing, who is now a PhD student, returned to his hometown in Daji Township of Caoxian County, east China's Shandong Province in 2018 to help his wife Meng Xiaoxia start their own business in making and selling performance costumes and hanfu, a type of traditional clothing of the Han ethnic group. Their business kept booming with Meng working as the designer and Hu in charge of sales. Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, their business met with severe difficulties in 2020. With the help of local revenue department, they finally got the bank loan they badly needed. Hu Chunqing's business has offered jobs to over 400 locals and he is cultivating e-commerce professionals for local vocational schools. In recent years, Caoxian County has seen more than 12,000 graduates returning home to star

Hu Chunqing (R) guides a student to perform a ritualistic salute at a secondary vocational school in Caoxian County, east China's Shandong Province, Dec. 11, 2020. While continuing with his study, Hu Chunqing, who is now a PhD student, returned to his hometown in Daji Township of Caoxian County, east China's Shandong Province in 2018 to help his wife Meng Xiaoxia start their own business in making and selling performance costumes and hanfu, a type of traditional clothing of the Han ethnic group. Their business kept booming with Meng working as the designer and Hu in charge of sales. Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, their business met with severe difficulties in 2020. With the help of local revenue department, they finally got the bank loan they badly needed. Hu Chunqing's business has offered jobs to over 400 locals and he is cultivating e-commerce professionals for local vocational schools. In recent years, Caoxian County has seen more than 12,000 graduates returning home to start their

A worker is seen at Hu Chunqing's workshop in Daji Township of Caoxian County, east China's Shandong Province, Dec. 11, 2020. While continuing with his study, Hu Chunqing, who is now a PhD student, returned to his hometown in Daji Township of Caoxian County, east China's Shandong Province in 2018 to help his wife Meng Xiaoxia start their own business in making and selling performance costumes and hanfu, a type of traditional clothing of the Han ethnic group. Their business kept booming with Meng working as the designer and Hu in charge of sales. Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, their business met with severe difficulties in 2020. With the help of local revenue department, they finally got the bank loan they badly needed. Hu Chunqing's business has offered jobs to over 400 locals and he is cultivating e-commerce professionals for local vocational schools. In recent years, Caoxian County has seen more than 12,000 graduates returning home to start their own businesses. (Xinhua/Guo Xulei)

Hu Chunqing arranges the costumes for display at his studio in Caoxian County, east China's Shandong Province, Dec. 11, 2020. While continuing with his study, Hu Chunqing, who is now a PhD student, returned to his hometown in Daji Township of Caoxian County, east China's Shandong Province in 2018 to help his wife Meng Xiaoxia start their own business in making and selling performance costumes and hanfu, a type of traditional clothing of the Han ethnic group. Their business kept booming with Meng working as the designer and Hu in charge of sales. Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, their business met with severe difficulties in 2020. With the help of local revenue department, they finally got the bank loan they badly needed. Hu Chunqing's business has offered jobs to over 400 locals and he is cultivating e-commerce professionals for local vocational schools. In recent years, Caoxian County has seen more than 12,000 graduates returning home to start their own businesses. (Xinhua/Guo Xulei)

Hu Chunqing communicates with a customer via video telephone at his workshop in Daji Township of Caoxian County, east China's Shandong Province, Dec. 11, 2020. While continuing with his study, Hu Chunqing, who is now a PhD student, returned to his hometown in Daji Township of Caoxian County, east China's Shandong Province in 2018 to help his wife Meng Xiaoxia start their own business in making and selling performance costumes and hanfu, a type of traditional clothing of the Han ethnic group. Their business kept booming with Meng working as the designer and Hu in charge of sales. Due to the COVID-19 epidemic, their business met with severe difficulties in 2020. With the help of local revenue department, they finally got the bank loan they badly needed. Hu Chunqing's business has offered jobs to over 400 locals and he is cultivating e-commerce professionals for local vocational schools. In recent years, Caoxian County has seen more than 12,000 graduates returning home to start their own

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