Video PlayerClose CHONGQING, Jan. 16 (Xinhua) – Ben Brown is from the U.S. state of Minnesota. He has been working and living in southwest China’s Chongqing for more than 20 years. Witnessing the country’s rapid development, Brown says there are more opportunities in China now. “In the 1990s, when I was here, I was an English teacher. There are more opportunities in everything in China now than there were in the 1990s,” said Brown. Brown also says he is impressed with how China has put COVID-19 under control. “I am very impressed with how China handled the virus here,” said Brown, “I feel proud of my second home that they did so well at it. It gives me the confidence to stay here.” Speaking of the future, Brown says he hopes Chongqing could evolve into a global city.
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