Chinese Ambassador Qin Gang visited Fuyao Glass America, a Chinese-owned factory in the American heartland of Ohio.

He once again underlined the win-win nature of China-US relations.

Qin signed “good fortune shines on China and the United States” on Fuyao’s glass, which literally means “good fortune shines”.

“China-US collaboration is not a zero-sum game, but a win-win cooperation,” Qin told American workers.

“Fuyao’s success story tells us that ‘Made in China’ and ‘Made in America’ can promote and complement each other,” Qin added.


Fuyao has created 2,000 jobs in Ohio.

The Fuyao automotive glass production base in the United States is the largest one-piece automotive glass factory in the world, accounting for 25% of the US market.

Many of its workers were fired from the American General Motors plant when it left the United States

Employees say they improved their lives by joining Fuyao when the factory was founded.


Local US officials welcomed Qin’s visit, saying they hoped for an expansion of Fuyao’s investment there.

Stepping into the world of automation and manpower, the Chinese Ambassador to the United States visited the Fuyao Glass factory in Ohio. Mr. Qin also personally operated the robotic arm machine and inspected the glass, followed by interaction with American employees at the Chinese-owned factory.

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