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  • Developing Concrete Cooperation for Academic Exchanges

    Luc Taerwe is a member of the Royal Flemish Academy of Belgium, and a senior professor in the field of concrete structures at Ghent University (GU). He has also been a Chair Professor at Tongji University, Shanghai since 2018.

  • Unleashing Potential of Young Scientists

    I have heard much good feedback about the?Talented Young Scientist Program (TYSP), which showcased a wide variety of case study examples to illustrate the key points in developing the fields of agriculture, health and other research arena, the challenges involved and how they were dealt with.

  • Volker Müller: Witness of China's 33 Years of Change

    Volker Müller, a German with a background of electrical engineering has actively promoted exchanges and communication between EU enterprises in China and China's health authorities at all levels.

  • Feeling at Home in China

    Since the adoption of the opening up and reform policy, a growing number of foreigners have been arriving in China from around the world. Some of them are looking for suitable jobs in their professional fields while others are starting up their ventures in China. An array of global conglomerates are also extending their franchises into the vast Chinese market.

  • Openness, Cooperation Promote Innovation

    Craig D. Roberts, American/Australian, is one of the leading researchers in modern nuclear and particle theory and joined the faculty of the School of Physics at Nanjing University in 2019. He was honored by the Chinese Ministry of Education as an International Distinguished Professor in 2015.

  • Seeing China through Unbiased Lens

    Thomas Moran, an American teacher and writer, arrived in China eleven years ago with apprehension. His original perception of China from Western media and magazines was shattered after he encountered the friendliness, generosity and diversity of the Chinese.

  • To Play TCM's Role on Building Healthy World

    Professor Rudolf Bauer, head of the Institute of Pharmaceutical Sciences at the University of Graz in Austria, became involved in traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) research 30 years ago, when he was invited to serve on the scientific advisory board of the first German hospital of TCM.

  • Lifetime Passion for Planting Trees

    Since 2001, Kawate has led delegations to China almost every year to carry out tree-planting activities.

  • High-speed Rail, An Epitome of China's High-tech Power

    Prior to coming to Beijing in 2019, my first experience of a high-speed train, better known as bullet train in Bangladesh, came during a week-long trip to Hainan, China.

  • Long Journey Toward Protecting Cultural Heritage

    Nobuo Aoki, a distinguished Japanese professor at the School of Architecture, Tianjin University, has devoted 16 years to cultural heritage conservation in China.

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