The Office of Academic Links (China) organized a Sharing and Exhibition Day for the State Ministry of Education (MOE) Ten Thousand Student Interflow Programme on March 10, 2016 (Thursday). Over 60 representatives from 37 mainland universities were invited to join the event. CUHK members and representatives of academic and research units, colleges and administrative units participate in the activity and met with their mainland partners to share relevant experience in organizing the activities under the programme. The mainland guests also grasped the chance to exhibit materials of their various programmes in the foyer of Yasumoto International Academic Park to provide comprehensive programme information on a variety of experiential learning activities in 2016. Individual meetings were also arranged among mainland participants and CUHK units to further discuss and explore collaboration plans in the future.
Mr. Wang Zhiwei, Deputy Director of the Office for Hong Kong, Macau and Taiwan Affairs of MOE; Mr. Zhang Zongming, Deputy Inspector of the Education, Science and Technology Department, Liaison Office of The Central People's Government in the HKSAR; Prof. Fok Tai-fai, Pro-Vice-Chancellor of CUHK and Prof. Wong Suk-ying, Associate Vice-President of CUHK officiated at the opening ceremony. They expressed appreciation to mainland partner universities and said that CUHK has been actively participating in the programme since its launch in 2013, in close collaboration with various mainland institutions, to create valuable experiential learning opportunities for CUHK students. It is hoped that CUHK units will further enhance the quality of the activities. They encouraged CUHK students to get to broaden their horizon via the participation and to build friendship with students all over the country.
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