A Delegation of Soochow University Led by President Prof. Wei-Ta Pan Visiting NJUCM
    
On October 22, 2018, NJUCM hosted a delegation from Soochow University (SCU), Taiwan led by President Prof. Wei-Ta Pan. Prof. Sun Zhiguang, Vice President of NJUCM together with colleagues in the Office of Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau Affairs, the Center of Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau Education Center, School of Health Economics and Management attended the meeting. 
 
The Meeting between SCU and NJUCM
In 2014, NJUCM and SCU signed a collaboration agreement on students’ mobility facilitation to jointly conduct short-term exchange programs of students’ research and further study. During the meeting, the two parties had a warm and in-depth communication over the topics including the faculty and students mutual exchanges, short-term study tour of students, the development of digital TCM diagnosing service system. The two parties agreed in the belief that the strengthening of mutual communication will improve the quality of education and facilitate the development of TCM. In the meanwhile, the two parties have reached a common understanding to further intensify the scope of collaboration and to conduct in-depth and all-around collaboration and exchanges.  

 

A Delegation of Soochow University Led by President Prof. Wei-Ta Pan Visiting NJUCM

On October 22, 2018, NJUCM hosted a delegation from Soochow University (SCU), Taiwan led by President Prof. Wei-Ta Pan. Prof. Sun Zhiguang, Vice President of NJUCM together with colleagues in the Office of Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau Affairs, the Center of Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macau Education Center, School of Health Economics and Management attended the meeting. 
 
The Meeting between SCU and NJUCM
In 2014, NJUCM and SCU signed a collaboration agreement on students’ mobility facilitation to jointly conduct short-term exchange programs of students’ research and further study. During the meeting, the two parties had a warm and in-depth communication over the topics including the faculty and students mutual exchanges, short-term study tour of students, the development of digital TCM diagnosing service system. The two parties agreed in the belief that the strengthening of mutual communication will improve the quality of education and facilitate the development of TCM. In the meanwhile, the two parties have reached a common understanding to further intensify the scope of collaboration and to conduct in-depth and all-around collaboration and exchanges.