After thirty years in Germany, Wenhai Wang clearly saw the demand: The longer he worked for German companies, the more frequently the native Chinese was asked for more exchange with his economically ambitious home country. In fact, he found no simple framework in which such a bridging function could be established in everyday life. So in 2017, without further ado, he decided to set up a foundation that mediates between Germany and China and supports projects in the media, education, culture, business and technology sectors.
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