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A delegation of the principals from six high schools in South Korea and Indonesia visited SJQU

2019-04-29


Journalist  Bai Yang (白扬)

On April 23, the principals of six high schools in South Korea and Indonesia visited our school. President Zhu Ruiting receives guests in Room S417 of the library.

First of all, President Zhu warmly welcomed the arrival of the delegation. He introduced to the principals the general situation of SJQU, the geographical advantages of Lingang New Town and the process of Shanghai's internationalization. Through this meeting, President Zhu hopes to deepen mutual understanding and welcome more overseas students to Shanghai Jiao Qiao University.

Subsequently, Principal Jae Han Kong of South Korea Saint-Nam High School introduced the professional settings of the school. He hoped to establish cooperation through this exchange to help the two schools achieve a better vision of common development.

Through the Principal's visit, Principal Asepp Gunawan of BPK PENABUR First Christian Middle School in Bandung, Indonesia, said that he had a better understanding of SJQU. They will actively preach to their students and look forward to further cooperation between the two schools.

Finally, President Zhu signed the memorandum of cooperation with six high schools on behalf of SJQU.

The six high schools in Korea and Indonesia are Saint-Nam High School in South Korea, BPK PENABUR First Christian Middle School and BPK PENABUR Second Christian Middle School in Bandung, Indonesia, TARUNA BAKTI High School in Bandung, Indonesia, SMA NEGERI 90th Middle School in Bandung and SMAN 63rd Middle School in Jakarta, Indonesia.