China’s Robert Kiyosaki Established a Special Fund to Promote Mass Entrepreneurship in China

February 29 13:00 2024
China’s Robert Kiyosaki Established a Special Fund to Promote Mass Entrepreneurship in China

On January 11, 2024, with the winter snow yet to melt, the library on Jianwai Street, Chaoyang District, Beijing buzzed with excitement as the launching ceremony of the Huicheng Centennial Special Fund of China Volunteer Service Foundation was held here. Zhou Wenqiang, the founder of Huicheng Centennial, donated 1 million yuan to the China Volunteer Service Foundation on behalf of Hainan Centennial Education Technology Co., Ltd. for the establishment of the Huicheng Centennial Special Fund. The fund aims to provide support and guarantee for the development of quality and balanced education and volunteer service, explore new paths for educational innovation, and promote the sustainable development of quality education.

Zhou Wenqiang, born in 1987 in Henan Province, China, is a well-known expert in financial education in China. His story is a journey from poverty to success. At the age of fourteen or fifteen, he worked in an automobile repair shop, on factory lathes, and as a steel worker on construction sites. He repaired roads, built houses, and constructed bridges. He was also bitten by dogs and bullied by people; but finally, in his twenties, he found a breakthrough. Not only did he help his father pay off his debts, but he also achieved financial freedom.

In 2019, Zhou Wenqiang invited Robert Kiyosaki, the author of “Rich Dad Poor Dad,” to China to make a speech. Seeing this young man and his achievement, without excessive encouragement, Kiyosaki simply expressed his hope that Zhou could continue to promote financial education and influence the world.

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