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Delegation of Taiwan Development Research Institute Visited SDWU


On April 19,  Chen Lin, Chairman of the Board of Taiwan Development Research Institute, together with Mei Minghui, Vice Director, and Cheng Wanli, Vice Director, visited our university. Guo Cuifen, Secretary of the Party Committee of Shandong Women’s University, and Su Jianpei,Deputy Secretary,  received the delegation. Zhao Hong, Director of the Development Office of Shandong Women’s Federation, and Guo Lili, Vice Director, attended the meeting. Officials in charge of the Office of International Exchange and Cooperation, the Youth League Committee, the Management Office of Science and Technology Industry, the Department of Basic Courses and the School of Continual Education also attended the meeting.

During the meeting, Guo Cuifen extended warm welcome to the delegation led by Chen Lin and made a lecture, expressing thanks for the warm reception of Taiwan Development Research Institute to the university during its visit in Taiwan and speaking highly of efforts made by Taiwan Development Research Institute in promoting cultural communication between Taiwan and Chinese mainland. She wished that the two parties could keep the cooperation relationship in areas of caring for senior citizens, rehabilitation education, youth entrepreneurship, students exchange and transforming academic and research results into industrial output based on the present cooperation, explore the cooperation mode which could meet the requirements for the development of both sides, complement each other’s advantages and achieve mutual success based on cooperation. Chen Lin spoke highly of the development and construction achievement of Shandong Women’s University and came up with plans on cooperation in areas of senior citizens’ rehabilitation education, youth entrepreneurship, students’ exchange and transformation of academic and research achievements into industrial products. Zhao Hong made a speech and expressed the wish to have further communications and cooperation with Taiwan Development Research Institute in promoting women’s employment and entrepreneurship. Later, members of the meeting had broad and in-depth discussions and communications on cooperation and reached lots of consensus.

Established in 1992, the incorporated foundation Taiwan Development Research Institute aims to provide services for government organizations and civil societies, including research planning, consulting and education training, playing an important role in promoting communication and cooperation between Taiwan and Chinese mainland. (Li Xiaoqin)