Li Dunyu, a 2013 finance graduate has become one of the first managers in this unique project supported by the provincial government, the provincial association for the promotion of private economy and Churin Leads Food Company Ltd.
The success story of Harbin Churin Food is one of the best examples of the close relationship between China and Russia. Founded in 1900 by Ivan Churin, the company is well known for its lieba (a kind of Russian bread) and lidaosi (Lithuanian sausage). The local government even made lieba one of the province's intangible cultural heritage items in March 2007.
Vice President Li Yunbo, HIU, praised the support and inniatitive invested in this project at the opening ceremony.
HIU has always attached great importance to industry collaboration in creating business start-ups and offering incentives to students.
Li Dunyu, as senior store manager will be provided with training in all aspects of store management to include bakery preparation, finance management and customer care.