|USTC jointly organizes 2011 ASEAN-China Symposium|
The 2011 ASEAN-China Symposium, jointly organized by the School of Public Affairs of University of Science and Technology of China and the School of Business of Monash University Sunway Campus, was held in Kuala Lumpur on December 5th with a grand opening. The attendants included experts and scholars from China, Malaysia, Australia, Japan, Britain, India, Vietnam, and South Africa. Professor Nair, Vice President of Monash University Sunway Campus (MUSC), and Professor Song Wei, Dean of SPA in USTC co-chaired the conference.
The vice president of Monash University Sunway Campus was declared the event open
Vice president Zhang Shulin giving her speech
Prof. Zhang first gave a speech during the opening ceremony. She pointed out that under the background of current globalization, the communication between China and nations of ASEAN in the fields of science, education, and culture would contribute to the local economic development and social prosperity. This kind of communication also helped strengthen the mutual understanding and traditional friendship between these nations.
Counselor Chen Dehai gave a speech during the opening ceremony
Prof. Song Wei, president of SPA in USTC made a speech as the general chair. He said that he hoped that this cooperation could provide a platform for communication and educational exchange, education material construction, practice base and international conference. The cooperation in education and science would be mutually beneficial and therefore a win-win situation.
Representatives of USTC
The symposium scene
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