Wang Zhencheng, 60, came to Juba in September and managed to establish Zhen Cheng Printing Company Limited, located in downtown Juba.
“I just started this printing business with a mission to teach young people up-to-date technical skills that will improve their capacity in IT,” said Wang, who only speaks Chinese.
Language barrier should not hinder other successful Chinese businessmen from visiting South Sudan and create opportunities for local people, he said.
He told Xinhua in a recent interview in Juba that his business has employed more than 10 South Sudanese young people after providing them with training on IT solutions skills and how to operate Chinese modern printing equipment.
source: news ghana