Secretary Yang and President Peng Visit HK

On January 14th and 15th, 2013, representatives from HZU along with HZU Party Secretary Dr Yang Haitao and HZU President Peng Yonghong paid a visit to the Hong Kong Clothing Industry Training Bureau (HKCITB) and Hong Kong Polytechnic University (HKPU).

                                                                                       Two sides exchanging gifts

During the visit to HKCITB, Professor Yang Guorong, General Manager of HKCITB, gave a brief introduction to its founding and  organization. He then presented a summary of the HKCITB project and the management team recruited to form HKCITB high quality    programs. As well, he gave an overview of the prospects and plans for the next several years.

 

Party Secretary Yang and President Peng recalled the history of HZU cooperation between the Garment Design and Engineering  Department of HZU and the Textile & Clothing Department of HKPU. Both Dr. Yang and Dr. Peng spoke highly of what HZU has achieved through the cooperation between HKPU and HZU and expressed interest in further cooperation and communications with each other.

 

During the visit to HKPU, Professor Yang Weixiong, Vice-President of HKPU, and Dr. Zeng Qizhang, Dean of the China Mainland Affairs Office, had an in depth conversation with the leaders from HZU. HKPU has been devoting much attention to cooperation and improvement of the teaching skills within the universities of Mainland China.

 

At the end of their meetings, both sides reached an agreement promising to put even more future efforts into student exchanges, teacher training, and broadening major cooperation opportunities within both garment design and engineering and hotel management studies.

                                                                                           A group shot of the leaders

This trip has further deepened the communications and cooperation between HZU and HKPU and the Hong Kong Clothing Industry Training Bureau by increasing opportunities for staff and students from HZU to obtain broader perspectives in their program majors.

 

                                                       Editor: JimmyLau                    Foreign Affairs Office HZU                   UpdateTime: Jan. 21, 2013

 

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