Delegation from Tonjin University in Shanghai visited CMU

Date: November 7, 2010

Center of International Affairs, Clerk, Laurel Yu-Hsuan Lai
                                                                                            Editor, General Education Center, Chiara Benham

On November 7th the President of Tonjin University in Shanghai, Professor Pei Gang, led 11 delegates to China Medical University (CMU). The universities engaged in an academic exchange about Chinese Medicine.

Tongji University is one of the leading universities in China who is directed by the State Ministry of Education. The university was established in 1905 and currently offers both undergraduate and postgraduate degree programs in science, engineering, liberal arts, law, medicine, business, and management.

President Huang welcomed Tonjin University and both presidents gave brief introduction of their universities. President Pei noted that CMU has the longest history in Taiwan for developing Traditional Chinese Medicine research and education. He mentioned that Tonjin University was glad to have this chance to visit and to learn about CMU’s experiences. The visiting faculty was eager to learn about programs CMU provides and to discuss the education system and staff regulations of CMU.

After the meeting Associate Professor Bih-Cheng Chen guided a tour of the Lifu Museum of Chinese Medicine. The delegates were impressed by the abundant collection of Chinese Medicine. As the visit concluded, President Pei expressed his gratitude for CMU’s hospitality and his hope to establish a future partnership between CMU and Tongji University.

Tongji University Website

(Chinese Version.)


President Huang chaired the discussion
Academic discussion
President Pei took a picture in Lifu Museum of Chinese medicine
Group photo