Global offices

1. Spain/Tarragona
The Kingdom of Spain, referred to as Spain, is located on the Iberian Peninsula in southwestern Europe, at the junction of Europe and Africa, bordering Portugal to the west, the Bay of Biscay to the north, France and Andorra to the northeast, and the Strait of Gibraltar to the south. Morocco in Africa.
Tarragona, a city in northeastern Spain. On the Mediterranean Sea, at the mouth of the Francoli River. Built on a high hill on the seashore. It was originally an Iberian settlement and was colonized by the Greeks. In 218 BC, the Romans built a city here, converted a port, and became a fortress.

2. USA/Westminster
The city center of Westminster is located 9 miles (14 kilometers) northwest of the Colorado State Capitol. Westminster is also part of the Denver metropolitan area, which is divided into Jefferson County and Adams County. . Opened in 1870, the city was established and named in 1911 to commemorate the University of Westminster in Colorado. The castle-style University of Westminster, invested by New Yorker Henry T. Mayham in 1893, is a hope to build a western Princeton University. The University of Westminster opened in 1908, and in 1915 the school's board decided not to admit female students. Due to the outbreak of World War I and men enlisting in the military, the university did not have enough students and was officially closed in 1917.

3. China / Changzhou
Changzhou, also known as Longcheng, is one of the central cities of the Yangtze River Delta region of China approved by the State Council, an advanced manufacturing base and a famous city of cultural tourism. Changzhou is an ancient cultural city with a story of more than 3200 years. At the end of the spring and autumn period (547 a. C.), Jizha, the fourth son of King Shoumenng of Wu, in the territory of him Yanling, began a story of more than 2500 years,with precise chronology and names of precise places. In the fifth year of Emperor Gaozu of the Han Western dynasty (202 a. C.), This city began to be called Peeling. In the second year of Taikang (281), Emperor Wu of the western Jin dynasty, began calling himself pilingjun. Since then, the successive dynasties of Changzhou have been the administrative offices of the Jun, Zhou, Lu and Fu, and once they had names like Yanling, Pilating, Pytan, Jinling, Changchun, Changzhou and Wujin. ) In the ninth year of the Emperororsuiwen (589), there was a name of Changzhou.