NJUCM and NUI Galway Signing to Build a Confucius Institute of Chinese and Regenerative Medicine
    
As this year marks the 40th anniversary of Sino-Ireland diplomatic relationship, under the witness of Vice Minister Tian Xuejun, National Ministry of Education, Mr. Ma Jianfei, Secretary of the Party Committee Hanban, Mr. Yue Xiaoyong, Chinese Ambassador to Ireland, and Mr. Niall McNelis, mayor of Galway, Prof. Cheng Chun, Chair of University Administrative Council of NJUCM, and Prof. Ciarán ó hógartaigh, President of NUI Galway signed the collaboration agreement to jointly build a Confucius Institute of Chinese and Regenerative Medicine at NUI Galway on February 27, 2019 of Irish local time.

Prof. Cheng Chun and Prof. Ciarán ó hógartaigh signing the collaboration agreement 

to jointly build a Confucius Institute of Chinese and Regenerative Medicine


The Confucius Institute of Chinese and Regenerative Medicine will be established at the College of Medicine, NUI Galway, and will be a novel research-intensive Confucius Institute combining traditional Chinese medicine and modern regenerative medicine. In the meantime of promoting Chinese language learning and Chinese culture, the institute will utilize Chinese medicine’s connectivity with life and living and develop it as a significant tool to spread the Chinese culture. On the other hand, the institute will actively facilitate the research and educational collaboration in Chinese and regenerative medicine aiming at achieving leading outcomes and characteristic development. NJUCM will bring out its advantages in the Chinese medicine’s educational, clinical and research field, and NUI Galway will present its leading roles in the stem cell research and clinical trials, therefore achieves a mutual win-win partnership.
The establishment of the Confucius Institute is positive exploration in implementing H.E. Mr. Xi Jinping’s important instruction on promoting the better fusion of traditional and modern medicine with openness and tolerance, and in carrying forward the overseas development of Chinese medicine in the new era, and also a vigorous attempt to develop the Confucius Institute and in the innovative development of Chinese Medicine Confucius Institute, which will become a breakthrough for Chinese medicine of entering the western medical education’s mainstream, and will be of fundamental significance in presenting Confucius Institute’s cultural, educational, research and clinical functions.


 

NJUCM and NUI Galway Signing to Build a Confucius Institute of Chinese and Regenerative Medicine

As this year marks the 40th anniversary of Sino-Ireland diplomatic relationship, under the witness of Vice Minister Tian Xuejun, National Ministry of Education, Mr. Ma Jianfei, Secretary of the Party Committee Hanban, Mr. Yue Xiaoyong, Chinese Ambassador to Ireland, and Mr. Niall McNelis, mayor of Galway, Prof. Cheng Chun, Chair of University Administrative Council of NJUCM, and Prof. Ciarán ó hógartaigh, President of NUI Galway signed the collaboration agreement to jointly build a Confucius Institute of Chinese and Regenerative Medicine at NUI Galway on February 27, 2019 of Irish local time.

Prof. Cheng Chun and Prof. Ciarán ó hógartaigh signing the collaboration agreement 

to jointly build a Confucius Institute of Chinese and Regenerative Medicine


The Confucius Institute of Chinese and Regenerative Medicine will be established at the College of Medicine, NUI Galway, and will be a novel research-intensive Confucius Institute combining traditional Chinese medicine and modern regenerative medicine. In the meantime of promoting Chinese language learning and Chinese culture, the institute will utilize Chinese medicine’s connectivity with life and living and develop it as a significant tool to spread the Chinese culture. On the other hand, the institute will actively facilitate the research and educational collaboration in Chinese and regenerative medicine aiming at achieving leading outcomes and characteristic development. NJUCM will bring out its advantages in the Chinese medicine’s educational, clinical and research field, and NUI Galway will present its leading roles in the stem cell research and clinical trials, therefore achieves a mutual win-win partnership.
The establishment of the Confucius Institute is positive exploration in implementing H.E. Mr. Xi Jinping’s important instruction on promoting the better fusion of traditional and modern medicine with openness and tolerance, and in carrying forward the overseas development of Chinese medicine in the new era, and also a vigorous attempt to develop the Confucius Institute and in the innovative development of Chinese Medicine Confucius Institute, which will become a breakthrough for Chinese medicine of entering the western medical education’s mainstream, and will be of fundamental significance in presenting Confucius Institute’s cultural, educational, research and clinical functions.