Spanish engineer helps Changzhou firm tap into new market
2018-09-19 16:55:00

Among the 1,256 overseas participants vying for Jiangsu’s Entrepreneurship and Innovation Plan initiative on Aug. 11, Diego Molina of Spain won the accreditation as a high-skills talent, and his team also stood out in the competition.

Diego, in Changzhou for three years, is an engineering manager of the HIMOINSA China, located in the Wujin National High-tech Industrial Zone. The company is the subsidiary and main production center in Asia of HIMOINSA S.L, a global corporation with headquarters in Spain. When he first arrived in Changzhou in September 2015, he met difficulties in language communication. Thanks to English signs at various public facilities, which have been further improved in recent two years, he already has no problem at all, whether going to a restaurant, shopping or watching a movie.

Established on November 9, 1992, the industrial zone is one of China’s earliest 52 national-level high-tech zones approved by the State Council. Changzhou founded its Xinbei District on the basis of the high-tech zone in April 2002. Diego, who lives in Xinbei District, said the nearby shopping malls were quite empty at that time but now crowded every day. As the Changzhou subway is set to open, work and life will become more convenient in the district. Diego said he enjoys the life here and is also used to Chinese food every day. Sometimes, he goes to the bars near Southern Street to meet friends from all over the world.


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