Updated: 2011-06-03 11:21

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Chinese speaking competitions for foreigners are popular TV events in China. The London Confucius Institute is holding its own speech contest this month. Provided to China Daily 

Conferences & Meetings \>\> In China

Nursing Forum, Hong Kong

The theme of the forum this year is Innovation to Advance Practice Nursing. Distinguished healthcare leaders and professionals will be invited to speak at the keynote and plenary sessions, which focus on the latest innovations and developments in the health care system, nursing practice and research.

Venue: Cheung Kung Hai Conference Centre

Date: June 3-4


Venture Capital and Private Equity Forum, Shenzhen

It is an annual gathering for VC/PE investors, fund-seeking entrepreneurs and other professionals who are interested in doing business in China. With the theme of "Promoting Early-stage Investment & Perfect Venture Capital System," the forum will bring together 600-plus global investors, 700-plus outstanding fund-seeking entrepreneurs, and more than 100 officials and policy-makers from central and local governments to give lectures and panel discussions.

Venue: Shenzhen Futian Shangri-La Hotel

Date: June 10-11


Conference Series of Cervantes Institute, Beijing

At this new conference series at Instituto Cervantes, experts from Spain and China will talk about subjects like financial systems, renewable energies and railways. They will analyze Spain and China's industrial cooperation and special relationship.

Venue: Beijing Cervantes Institute

Date: from March 15


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