Chinese Company Tiens CEO Treats 6,400 Employees to Vacation in France: Here’s a latest news for you about Chinese Company Tiens CEO sent his 6400 employees on a French Vacation. Li Jinyuan, the CEO of Chinese Company Tiens celebrated his company’s 20th anniversary by rewarding his staff. The company set a world record at the French Riviera by forming the longest human-made phrase visible from the sky. The vacation started in Paris and ended with a parade on France’s Cote d’Azur. The massive tour group, which Reuters reported is expected to spend €13 million ($15 million) total, filled 84 planes to Paris where they packed into 4,000 rooms across 140 hotels and took over the Louvre for a visit. They then ventured southwards to the French Riviera, where the group paraded down the street in blue and white color-coordinated outfits, spelling out the phrase, “Tiens’ Dream is Nice in the Côte d’Azure.”
Chinese Billionaire gives France Vacation to 6400 Workers
The 6,400 employees arranged themselves to spell out the phrase ‘Tiens’ dream is Nice in the Cote d’Azur’, to celebrate 20 years of partnership between the Chinese company and the French region. France is expected to be 33 million Euros better off thanks to the all-expenses-paid staff trip. Jinyuan was greeted by France’s foreign affairs minister, Laurent Fabius, mid-week in Paris.
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