The leaders of the Jinan Municipal Committee of Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao Work Office came to visi
The deputy director of the Jinan Municipal Commission for Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao, Luming Zhang and Pei Xu came to our school on July 31. They conducted research on Taiwan's exchange programs and the 2019 Cross-Strait College Students Creative Design Competition. Wen Yang, Chairman of the University, President Jiting Xia and Hongxia Yang, Director of the Teaching and Research Section of the School of Architecture and Engineering, accompanied the delegation.
They had a tour around our campus and learned about he professional development, laboratory construction, innovation and entrepreneurship of our school through this visit. They highly praised the school's educational philosophy, school-running characteristics and conditions, and quality of running schools.
The meeting was hosted by Wen Yang, the chairman of the school. The principal, Jiting Xia, introduced our school. Firstly, chairman Wen Yang extended a warm welcome to Director Luming Zhang and Director Wei Xu to our school. She expressed heartfelt gratitude to the delegation for their guidance and assistance to the work of Taiwan University over the years. She said that our school will pay more attention to it in the future. The school will promote the exchange of higher education with Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao as an important part of the comprehensive opening up. The principal Jiting Xia briefly introduced our school and said that our school will continue to plan for the next 20 years’ development. Yingcai will improve the level of international education as one of the important measures of the work. Using strengthen cooperation with internationally renowned universities as a breakthrough to improve the education level and the quality of personnel training. Subsequently, Deputy Director Ning Wang gave a report on the work of the school to Taiwan and the preparations for the creative design competition for cross-strait college students in 2019.
During the meeting, Director Luming Zhang and Pei Xu gave guidance on the work of the preparations for the creative design competition for cross-strait college students in 2019. They fully affirmed the achievements of our school's work in Taiwan programs and praised the university's investment to promote exchanges with Taiwan. They also put forward some hopes for the future work of our school: First, continue to work on exchange programs with Taiwan. Second, school should do more communication and preparation for the upcoming competition to ensure the success of the competition.
With the support from the government, although our school started late, our work has a high success. Our school and Taiwan universities have made a comprehensive contribution to promoting cross-strait peace and development. In the past three years, our school has actively strengthened inter-school exchanges with many university in Taiwan. We have signed cooperation agreements with nearly 20 universities. Our school has hired more than 100 Taiwanese doctors as special professors to help our school to improve. Yingcai also has invited more than 40 experts and scholars from Taiwan universities to attend academic exchanges. By inviting Taiwanese professors to the school for training and selecting teachers to go to Taiwan universities for training, our university has promoted the improvement of our education and teaching level. Our school pays great attention to the policy support orientation and get approved for holding ‘Key Exchange Program of the State Council Taiwan Affairs Office’. Yingcai has successfully held two sessions of the Cross-Strait College Students Creative Design Competition and was approved as an outstanding pair of Shandong Province &Taiwan exchange project.
In recent years, Yingcai has selected nearly 200 students to study in Taiwan's cooperative universities. Students have performed well during their studies in Taiwan. In the future, our school will continue to work hard to continuously improve the level of opening up work and make greater contributions to cross-strait exchanges.