17 July 2015
Organization of the Month July | Eemom Education
As of this year, Eemom Education – a Chinese foreign language training school – will be officially operating from its new office in The Hague, The Netherlands. Upon its arrival, the first group of students was welcomed at the City Hall by Hans Doets, Manager Distribution at Den Haag Marketing, and Marleen Zuijderhoudt, Executive Director at the WestHolland Foreign Investment Agency.
Picture: Welcoming the first group of pupils of Eemom Education Holland at the City Hall The Hague. From left to right: Hans Doets, Den Haag Marketing; Roy Fu, WestHolland Foreign Investment Agency; Marleen Zuijderhoudt, WestHolland Foreign Investment Agency.
About Eemom Education
Founded in 2010, Eemom Foreign Language Training School is committed to the introduction and development of international advanced teaching resources, foreign language trainings, as well as to international culture/education exchange programs. Eemom has created its own curriculum of intellectual property and has built up a long term and stable foreign language teaching cooperation with the Kunming Wuhua Education Scientific Research Center and many other schools.
Pictures of an Eemom class (left) and lecture (right).
In 2011, Yun Rao, the founder of Eemom, visited the local government of Tuscaloosa, USA. This visit formed the start of several student exchange programs and cooperative events and lectures together with local institutions including PARA, the University of Alabama and the Tuscaloosa Academy. These programs aim to enhance the language development of the students through cultural insights. As a result, the Kunming city government has now officially authorized Eemom to discuss sister relationships with other cities in order to expand their activities. Over the past years, Eemom has continued to organize camps, semester exchange programs and lectures for Chinese and American teachers and students.
The new establishment of Eemom Education contributes to the region’s long list of international schools. The WestHolland region boasts more international schools than any other region in The Netherlands (please click here for more information). “These exchange programs do not only facilitate in mastering foreign languages among pupils and students, but they also form a bridge in understanding intercultural differences, which is fundamental to the fruitful cooperation between China and Holland, but also between any other culturally diverging countries really”, says Rao.
Picture: the Chinese exchange group during the Dutch summercamp 2015.
Picture: visit to Scheveningen by the first Eemom Holland exchange group.
The WestHolland Foreign Investment Agency
“The WFIA helped us a lot in setting up our company in Den Haag. The NFIA and our lawyer suggested us to contact WFIA for help. From there, we got professional and prompt service from WFIA – not only by the introduction to local commercial policies, guidance during the establishment and all the paperwork involved, but also in terms of marketing development and assistance. This gave us the confidence to set up the company in Den Haag. The 2015 summer camp is our first project and your warm welcome let us realize what a great decision we’ve made by choosing for the WestHolland region.”- Yun Rao, President of Eemom Holland B.V.
Picture: Rao Yun – President of Eemom Holland B.V.