Harm Fitié (44 years old, Chinese name 韩非子) has lived in China for over ten years and considers this country like his second home. He arrived in the country in 2005 and fell in love with the tradition and dynamism he could sense in China. As a feed and food nutritionist, he developed projects to help the Chinese businesses and government to produce high quality feed and food and helping ensuring food safety in the country. From contributing in building a veal farm in Xinjiang to help developing a made-in-China infant milk formula, Harm has been dedicating his efforts to ensure a better food intake, thus a better life for the Chinese people. He has been at the origin of several projects subsidized by the Dutch government, working along with Dutch and Chinese officials for many years.