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Study Activity on ¡°One Belt One Road¡± Initiative Policy was Held in PAS
On 22nd November, a study activity on ¡°One Belt One Road¡± initiative policy was held in PAS. This activity was co-organized by the USTC International Cooperation Office and PAS. LU Youqin, Vice Director of the Foreign Affairs Office of Anhui Provincial People¡¯s Government, was invited to deliver a report on the topic.


HU Jian, Director of the Finical Office of the Foreign Affairs Office of Anhui Provincial People¡¯s Government; HOU Zhonghuai, Director of the USTC International Cooperation Office; JIANG Jiajie, Vice Director of the USTC International Cooperation Office; SONG Wei, Dean of PAS; LI Xiaogang, Deputy Dean of PAS; ZHOU Xingguo, Dean Assistant; LIU Yinghua, Director of the PAS International Affairs Office; WANG Zhongping, Vice Director of the PAS Students Affairs Office; teacher representatives and student representatives attended the activity.


Vice Director LU Youqin introduced the recent accomplishments of the Foreign Affairs Office of Anhui Provincial People¡¯s Government and analyzed the historical origin of the ¡°One Belt One Road¡± initiative. He used large-scale cases to illustrate cooperation on trade, investment, S&T, between Anhui and ¡°One Belt One Road¡± route countries like Russia, Cambodia, Thailand and Kenya. In regard to specific terms like ¡°One Belt¡±, ¡°One Road¡± and ¡°the Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank (AIIB)¡±, Vice Director LU detailed strategic plans of economic integration between China and Eurasian countries, the initiative¡¯s superiority and some obstacles it faced. He talked about the necessity and significance of the ¡°One Belt One Road¡± initiative in China, as well as its content, key cooperation areas and its implementation framework.


Vice Director LU stressed the importance of cultural and educational cooperation within the ¡°One Belt One Road¡± initiative. With the new opportunities brought about by the ¡°One Belt One Road¡± initiative and the ¡°New Normal¡± economy and as a result of multiple challenges in communication and cultural differences, China needs to deepen and widen its cooperation with participating members. At this moment, Anhui is building a new starting point of the Silk Road Economic Belt and is contributing to a higher standard of the opening-up policy. As the ¡°One Belt One Road¡± initiative requires professionals with global vision and the ability of expand the foreign market, Vice Director LU expressed his wishes that USTC and the Foreign Affairs Office of Anhui Provincial People¡¯s Government can enhance cooperative efforts.


During the report, all the participants had an intense discussion on how to serve the ¡°One Belt One Road¡± initiative. Suggestions included: taking part in the construction work, international student management, carrying out high-end training on the topic, etc. This study activity further developed students¡¯ understanding of ¡°One Belt One Road¡± initiative policy, helping PAS teachers and students acquire a more systematic and comprehensive view on the topic.


The School of Public Affairs, USTC

2016-12-01

 
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