From November 7 to 13, a delegation led by President Xu Erping (President Xu) went to Australia (Nov. 7) and New Zealand (Nov. 12) respectively to attend “The 3rdInternational Forum on Chinese Medicine at Sea Silk Road and Symposium on Clinical and Research of Chinese Herbal Medicine and Chinese Medicine”. During the conference, the delegation made a visit to Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology (RMIT), Australia Shaolin Temple, University of Technology Sydney (UTS), University of West Sydney (UWS), the University of Auckland, China Chamber of Commerce in New Zealand, New Zealand (China) Zhongyuan Culture and Trade Association Incorporated, and the Chinese Consulate in Auckland, set up the Oceanic branch Alumni Association of Henan University of Chinese Medicine (HUCM) in Sydney Oriental Medical School (Nov. 13), and reached three cooperation potentials.
On Nov. 8, the delegation firstly went to RMIT and made a visit to the teaching facilities, conditions of school-running, sports gym, and students’ dormitories and canteen. On the morning of Nov. 10, the delegation made a field visit to Australia Shaolin Temple, learning in detail about the exploring plan of Shaolin Temple in Henan making a local purchase of land, about 12 km in size. The two parties also made a detailed exchange on cooperative schools and hospitals, with a cooperation potential reached. Later, the delegation made another field visit to UWS, exchanging ideas deeply with them on cooperation in running schools, faculty training, cooperation in scientific research, Chinese herbal slices, and the internalization of Chinese patent drugs, and reached another cooperation potential. On the afternoon of that day, the delegation went to UTS, learning about the running introduction of the Chinese Medicine major. On the morning of Nov. 13, the delegation made a field visit to the Headquarters of China Chamber of Commerce (CCC). Both parties made a deep exchange on such items as the setting up of Zhongjing College and Zhongjing Healthcare Center, the growth of Chinese herbal medicines, and cooperation of scientific research, etc.; they reached a cooperation potential and also made a recent appointment to consider the framework agreement. On the afternoon of that day, the delegation, accompanied by Li Tao, vice-president of CCC, went to visit the University of Auckland, hearing about its history and characteristics, etc. And lastly the delegation went to the Chinese consulate in Auckland and talked with Liu Wansheng, a consul of education, about the cooperative items and specific cooperation potentials between HUCM and Auckland.
Speech Certificate Presented to President Xu Erping
President Xu Visiting UTS
President Xu Visiting UWS
The Alumni Association in Australia Assembly
Visiting the Chinese Consulate in Auckland