Through a scholarship programme sponsored by the People’s Republic of China nine Bahamians have been given the opportunity to study in a country vastly different from their own and learn another language.
The Bahamas National Children’s Choir scored a bronze level, at the 11th China International Chorus Festival and International Federation of Choral Music World Choral Summit, in Beijing, China.
Top executives from Beijing Construction America and influential investors from China are in Freeport to negotiate a project that could change the Grand Bahama economy.
China Network Television (CNTV) has named Caribbean based FSI Creative as its agency partner for the new online Property Portal and associated Brand Channels residing on CNTV.cn
We The People executives paid a courtesy call on Chinese Ambassador to The Bahamas, H.E. Hu Shan to introduce him to the organization and discuss areas of potential mutual interest and benefit.
Many Caribbean countries are heavily indebted with stagnant economies and are welcoming monumental Chinese investments but some see a political agenda in China’s involvement in the Caribbean.
More than 15 thousand Bahamians turned out to be part of the official opening of the new Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium, a gift to The Bahamas from China.
The new s tadium was a great $50 million gift from China but the master plan was to generate $10 million in contracts for Bahamian workers and launch the Bahamas as a sports tourism hub.
Saturday, 25th February 2012 is the date for the official opening and public unveiling of the newly constructed Thomas A. Robinson National Stadium, a 15,000-seat, world-class sporting venue.