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Our Exchange Student at University of Canterbury Receives Warm Concerns After New Zealand Earthquake

On Feb. 22,  Christchurch City of New Zealand's South Island witnessed the violent earthquake. A student of our university, Miss ZHU Chenhui of the College of Economics, happend to be at the place. She had arrived at University of Canturbury on Feb. 12, as an exchange student. Naturally, the safety of our student has become the top concern of leaders and prefessors of our university. 

Soon after the Quake, on Feb. 23, teachers of ZJSU International Office and College of Economics successfully got in touch with Miss ZHU herself, through emails and telephone calls, and leant that she was  quite safe. Still,  our teachers urged administration officers of University of Canturbry to provide all possible support and care for our student.

Miss ZHU herself also contacted her tutor at ZJSU, and gave a report on the local situation of Christchurch.   

In the evening of Feb. 25, through the liaison efforts of ZJSU International Office,  correspondents of Hangzhou Daily had a telephone interview with Miss ZHU. She said that officers and professors  of our university  and of University of Canturbury had provided kind support after the quake, and she felt grateful. She also said that everything at Christchurch had returned to their normal order.