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Delegation from Curtin University Visited ZJSU

On March 20th, Li Shilin, Director of International Affairs of Curtin University, Australia and Lv Liang, Executive of its China Affairs visited ZJSU. Li Jun, Deputy Secretary of CPC Committee of ZJSU, met the guests.

On behalf of ZJSU, Li Jun expressed his warmest welcome to Li Shilin and Lv Liang and introduced recent main achievements of ZJSU in teaching and research. He indicated that while Zhejiang Province and Western Australia are sister provinces, ZJSU and Curtin University also shared highly-consistent subject background, which laid a solid foundation for friendly cooperation between the two universities. Li Jun hoped that a platform for promoting teaching, research and student exchanges could be built by both sides for the sake of cooperation and win-win situation.

In response, Li Shilin agreed that as a university co-constructed by provincial and ministerial governments, ZJSU possessed great advantages in its preponderant disciplines such as Statistics, Food Science and others, which indicated a promising future for cooperation. He also hoped to expand new channels of cooperative exchanges, educational programs as well as high-level schooling cooperation between the two sides.

On behalf of ZJSU, Li Jun granted a Distinguished Professor certificate to Li Shilin. Later, Li Shilin made a lecture of "Creative Economy and Culture" in the School of Public Administration, receiving warm responses from teachers and students. In addition, he also had in-depth discussion with directors in charge of relevant discipline construction and from relevant schools on detailed cooperation in Statistics, Actuarial Science, Logistics Management, Information Systems and Project Management, etc.

Curtin University, founded in 1967 in Perth, Australia, with more than 40,000 students in campus, is known as the "MIT" of Australia as a members of the Australian Technology Network (ATN). It is one of the twelve universities of Australia which consecutively ranked the world's top 200 universities for three years according to the Times.