Looking into China: My business is a good way to know about China

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Olga Zelkovskaya is a Belorussian who has been living in China for nearly 10 years. After graduating from Peking University, she went to Chongqing, a city in southwestern China, to start her international business. She found that the Belt and Road Initiative provides a lot of opportunities to the countries along its paths. Outside of work, Olga traveled to Sichuan, Gansu, Yunnan and many other places in China, witnessing how the highways and e-commerce help people from remote areas sell their products and get lifted out of poverty. “I’m always curious about China. I think my business is a good way to know about China,” said Olga.

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