Nurse Team from Queensland, Australia Visited Our University
The nurse team-Allison Dianne from Queensland, Australia came to visit our university by the lead of Yan Di from Ministry of Education Communication Association from 4th July to 6th July. They received warm welcome from our university.
During the visit, the delegation visited our campus with the guidance of our teachers. They were impressed by the school environment and our speed of development and highly commend on our university’s scale, characteristics and philosophy. They also introduced the characteristics of Australian schools and school life to our teachers and students. This helped to open up our students’ eyes and improve their English speaking.
The delegation also attended the traditional medicine and treatment classes at Medical School in Yingcai University. The members also discussed ideas and perspectives of traditional Chinese medical science with the teacher and shared their own experience. Afterwards, they volunteered to practice the basic operations such as acupuncture, massage, and cupping. During the practice, students from Medical School shared their experience with them. The team members from the delegation experienced the power of traditional Chinese medical science and improved their skills. They also went to the Second Affiliated Hospital of Shandong University of Traditional Chinese Medicine for communication and study. These activities helped them to know more about our traditional medical science.
From this visit, he Australian delegation said that hey have gained a better understanding of Chinese traditional medical Science and have developed a keen interest. Hopefully, they will have more opportunities to learn more about it. They expressed their appreciation for our university and also invited our teachers and students to Australia for more communication.
Currently, international exchanges and cooperation activities have gradually become an important way to improve the level of International education in our school. The visit of the Queensland nurse team helped teachers and students of our university gain international vision. It is also one step forward for our school’s globalization process.