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Foreign Representatives Attending the 1st China University 

Scientific and Technological Achievement Fair Visited HZU


On the afternoon of June 24th, as led by Mr. Jiang Bing, the CEO of ACL China, and 

staff from Huizhou Foreign Affairs and Overseas Chinese Affairs Bureau, part of the 

foreign representatives who attended the 1st China University Scientific and 

Technological Achievement Fair visited HZU. The visitors included Peter Morris

Deputy Head of School of Energy, Geoscience, Infrastructure and Society; Andy 

Sierakowski, Chairman of International Technology Transfer Network; and Mark Van 

Allen, President of UConn Ventures, Inc..

All guests firstly visited the Alumni Garden. Vice President of HZU, Luo Chuanshan, 

introduced the history of HZU, faculty and student size, course structure,

distinguished features of talent cultivation, local service and University

infrastructure plan. He said that the University is enjoying unprecedented

development opportunities: transformation development and co-construction by

provincial and municipal government. With increasingly emphasis being put on the 

development of science and engineering subjects and Industry-University

Cooperation, the University has made thoughtful plans to further enhance

collaborative innovation involving international universities, enterprises and

industries, hoping that more cooperative projects can be conducted with high-

standard international universities.

Subsequently, the guests visited Glorious Sun Guangdong School of Fashion. Led

and guided by the dean of the School, guests visited the Work of Excellence

Exhibition Hall, Woven Technology Room, Flat Knitting Research Center, Student

E-Commerce Center and T-shirt Collaborative Innovation Center. The Dean

elaborated on the University-Enterprise Joint Running Program, course structure,

and features of international cooperation, which were given high appreciation by

the delegation. The School also gave a T-shirt designed by students to every visitor

as a souvenir.

After visitation, Peter Morris said that two universities are in fact discussing specific 

cooperation programs after HZU’s previous visit to Herriot Watt University, and his 

visitation this time deepened his understanding of HZU’s strength of fashion

design. He also said that he would give detailed feedback to the faculty concerned

in his home university and facilitate the future cooperation between two

universities. Andy Sierakowski expressed his appreciation of HZU’s idea and practice

of application-oriented talent cultivation. He said that through cooperating with 

enterprises in talent cultivation, graduates can be equipped with practical skills

and creative thinking. Finally, Mark Van Allen said that HZU is a beautiful university

with splendid view and comprehensive subjects and majors, which is a suitable

place to study.