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Da-Yeh University Delegation of Students and Faculty Members Visits Sanda University

Publisher:李丽Delivery time:2018-07-03Views:256

Author:Lefeng Zhang, International Exchange Office

Translator: Lianping He


    The Delegation of 15 students and 7 faculty members led by Dr. Yufen Chen, Dean of College of Business Administration, Da-Yeh University, Taiwan Region, visited Sanda University on June 29th, 2018, and warmly welcomed and received by Sanda Office of Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan Affairs.The Da-Yeh University delegates first visited Sanda Comprehensive Experimental and Practical Training Centre where Ms. Lili, Deputy Director (Presiding) of Office of International Exchange, Ms. Xiaohong Li, Director of Comprehensive Experimental and Practical Training Centre, and Shaoying Li, a faculty member of Sanda School of Business Administration respectively gave a brief introduction about the general situation of the university and the overall course offering, the functions ofComprehensive Experimental and Practical Training Centre and the interdisciplinary comprehensive practical training courses of Sanda Business School.Professor Delin Ma, Dean of School of Business Administration, Professor Wenguo Liu, Director of Department of Accounting, Associate Professor Lei Wang, Deputy Dean of School of Business Administration and others then conducted a meeting with Dr. Yufen Chen, Dean of College of Businss Administration, Ms. Iping Chen, Director of Business Management, Dr. Chunling Pang, Associate Professor, Dr. Ifen Huang, Associate Professor, Wenkuan Huang, a faculty member, Dr. Yaohuang Tseng, Director of Department of Human Resources and Public Relations, Dr. Fulai Lin, Associate Professor of Department of Finance, and Dr. Wenk'uei Lai, Associate Professor of Department and Research Institute of Accounting .At the meeting, after introducing their respective colleges and departments, both sides expressed the hope that they would conduct more in-depth cooperation and exchanges, particularly in the fields of academic research and faculty visits, with the exception of student exchange. Sanda Office of Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan Affairs promised to play a better role of a bridge between the two institutions and to do a better job in doing the following up work after this meeting.