Volunteers ready for CIIE

A total of 510 volunteers from Shanghai International Studies University are ready to serve the second China International Import Expo with 15 languages, including English, German, Russian and French.The second China International Import Expo will be held at the National Exhibition and Convention Center in Shanghai from November 5 to 10, 2019.For further information about China International Import Expo, please visit: https://www.shine.cn/China-International-Import-Expo/ or
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About 7 percent of them will be at the expo for the second year. These include Russian major Xu Ruiqi.Xu had worked as a Russian-Chinese interpreter last year at a Ukraine booth and applied for the program for a second year immediately when she saw the recruiting notice.

This year she will be a translator in the Euro-Asia group at the foreign affairs liaison office of the city’s commerce commission.She has begun working on October 22 and has to work on weekends to prepare for the expo.

“I feel honored to contribute to such a great event,” she said. “And I think the volunteering work is very helpful for my Russian studies.Besides Russian-Chinese interpreting, she is translating between Chinese and English this year. A part-time job with the university’s new media platform “China Youth” has helped her prepare. She said she is confident to do as well as last year.

Donghua University will also have about 190 volunteers at the expo, including four from Belt and Road countries. These include Bouiti Viaudo Aimé Gilles Prosper from the Republic of the Congo who began learning Chinese in 2017 after graduating from high school and is now studying architectural environment and energy.

It's his first time at the CIIE. He said volunteering will help him get to know more about China.Close to 6,000 volunteers will work at the CIIE, with about 4,000 inside the venue.Unmanned 5G harvesters are being deployed on dedicated harvesting routes on the Wanhe organic farm in the east of Chongming District.

Self-driving seeders, organic farm robots and unmanned pesticide-spraying aircraft are also working on other fields. At the Chongming Farm Quality Control Center, farmers are checking HD video surveillance of the work in process instantly via 5G technology.

More high-quality farmland, irrigation, technology and government policies are among the factors behind bumper harvests over recent years on Chongming Island.

“Thanks to the 5G network, we can get rid of the excessive dependence on farmers and realize the control and management of machines, improving the efficiency,” said Huang Zhen, owner of the Wanhe organic farm. “We can firmly hold the ‘rice bowl’ in our own hands.”

With large bandwidth, low delay and faster connection, “5G+ smart harvesters” realize the all-round support for the cultivation and management of agricultural production including comprehensive mechanization, obstacle avoidance, remote control and self-driving.

And these new-energy harvesters can collect and analyze production data in real time using artificial intelligence technology, improving environmental and ecological protection.

The district government announced that with the full coverage of the 5G network on the island, Chongming will apply the technology to agricultural intelligent driving and operations, high-precision flight monitoring and analysis, real-time supervision of agricultural products, agricultural robots, remote agricultural technology training and guidance, industrialized breeding analysis, and the real-time collection of agricultural data and cloud computing.

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