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  • Join hands and set off on the new starting point after a decade of development ——The 11th council meeting of Confucius Institute at Burapha University, Thailand was held in WMU
  • On the morning of May 13, the 11th council meeting of Confucius Institute at Burapha University, Thailand was held in our university. The council delegation of Thailand, council members of our university and the council delegation of Wenzhou University attended this meeting.

    Lu Fan, party secretary of WMU, pointed out that after ten years of development, the Confucius Institute at Burapha University has not only made great progress in teaching Chinese and  promoting cultural exchanges , but also set up the three-dimensional communication mode of overseas Chinese medicine culture. It has established a series of characteristic brand projects, such as "China Health Journey", "Thailand Outstanding Training Base for Doctors of Traditional Chinese Medicine", "Health Care Journey of Traditional Chinese Medicine in Thailand" "Traditional Chinese Medicine Culture Experience into Classroom", which has caused a warm response both at home and abroad . In addition, the first overseas "Chinese celadon culture class" established last year has explored a new path for China's intangible cultural heritage to go out by joining hands with all parties for innovation and coordinated development. Wimonrat Chaturanon, Vice Chairman of the council, expressed his gratitude to the Confucius Institute for its contribution to the cooperation and exchanges between Chinese and Thai universities and the friendly contacts between the two peoples over the past decade, and wished the Confucius Institute a prosperous and thriving future..

    The council heard and deliberated the 2018 annual work report made by the Chinese dean of the Confucius Institute and the financial report made by the Thai dean WILAI LIMTHAWARANUN. Subsequently, the participants of the meeting had an in-depth discussion on issues such as how to further enhance the characteristic development of Confucius institute, and how can China-Thailand joint colleges and universities contribute to "the Thailand eastern economic corridor" construction. Suggestions and advice were made in terms of cultural exchange in traditional Chinese medicine, medical personnel training, students' innovative entrepreneurial cultivation, combining school discipline characteristics and advantages, to depict the blueprint of, the development of Confucius Institute for the next decade.

    After the meeting, the Thai council delegation also visited the history museum of WMU.