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President Hao Fanghua attended Plenary Session of China Annual Conference for International Education & Expo

Revision:Zhang Zihang; Long JiayueDate:2020/10/30

China Annual Conference for International Education & Expo (CACIE 2020) was held in Beijing on October 21. Themed on “Education Globalization: For A Community With A Shared Future For Mankind”, the conference invited representatives from education institutions, government agencies, enterprises and all social sectors to share experiences and wisdom, explore novel ways of international education development and draw a blueprint for the future of global education. Chairman of China Education Association for International Exchange (CEAIE) Liu Limin presided over the conference. CCNU President Hao Fanghua attended and made a speech at the Panel Discussion on impact of the pandemic in education exchange and cooperation.

On the opening ceremony, Minister of Education Chen Baosheng stressed that Chinese government will put forth efforts to prompt the opening-up policy in education. Further culture exchange will be expaned to introduce high quality education resources and encourage the cross-border movement of students around the world.

In the speech “Focusing on cultivating talents with international vision”, Hao reviewed the historical tradition of running an internationalized school, and demonstrated the great significance of opening-up in education to promote school reform and development. she mentioned that educational opening-up is a basic education policy that must be adhered to for a long time. CCNU has cooperated with University of Wollongon as well as other universities to set up sino-foreign joint research institutes and projects, aiming to training a group of top talents with solid professional knowledge and multicultural background.

Hao believed that the far-reaching significance of opening-up in education field lies in serving the overall domestic and international situation, promoting inter-civilization exchanges and progress. The talent cultivation model for international students of CCNU requiers integrating Chinese traditional culture into the international curriculum system represented by Congo (DRC) student Sadi Makangila Patrick, leader of “Yang Leifeng” volunteer team. During the outbreak of COVID-19, Fijian student Duaibe, Ratu Eroni Biyaukula along with many other international students stayed in Wuhan and fought together with Chinese people, showing the cultural pith of “Love in CCNU”.


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