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2016Nov 10 Lao university students join Huawei Seeds for the future programme this year

On November 23, 2016, Huawei co-organized the Seeds for the Future launch event with the Laos Ministry of Education and Sports. Ten outstanding undergraduates major in communications were invited to join the two-week study in China. After rounds of selection, these students were finally admitted to the program. They were from the National University of Laos, Savannakhet University, Champasack University, and Souphanouvong University.

During the two weeks, these students learned cutting-edge communications technologies such as 5G, LTE, and cloud computing, and had hands-on practice in Huawei's most advanced labs. This program allows the participants to better understand the development trend of the ICT industry, learn about the most advanced communications knowledge and pick up skills, and gain deeper insights into the innovation requirements of Laos' communications industry. 

2016Dec Lao Prime Minister Thongloun visit Huawei Beijing R&D Center and meet with Lao Seeds for the future students

On December 1, H.E. Thongloun Sisoulith, Prime Minister of Laos, visited Huawei's Beijing Research Center and met with the students.

Huawei is committed to providing quality equipment and services for local carriers, and transferring knowledge and nurturing talent, so as to develop more communications talent for Laos and push the local ICT industry forward.

Sengduane Lachanthaboun, Laos' Vice Minister of Education and Sports, said, "We appreciate the contributions that Huawei has made to Laos' telecommunication and ICT talent development. Huawei is a leading global ICT company, and its innovation capabilities and investment are very impressive. The Seeds for the Future program is a great opportunity for Laos' undergraduates to learn more about the most advanced telecommunication technologies in China." Local mainstream media outlets such as the Vientiane Times, Vientiane Mai, Pathedlao, Pasaxon, and Lao National TV extensively covered the event.

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