Russian and Chinese students named “Be grateful, serve the community”

Russian and Chinese students named “Be grateful, serve the community”

Organizers:
Sokolniki Museum and Educational Centre, Sinology Development Association NGO
Venue:
Sokolniki Museum and Educational Centre, Moscow, Russia, exhibit hall 7
Date:

A conference for Russian and Chinese students named “Be grateful, serve the community” will take place on January 15, 2020, at 2:00 PM in the Contemporary Museum of Calligraphy.

The event is part of the implementation of a shared statement made by the Russian Federation and the People’s Republic of China, and signed by their leaders in June 2019, which aims to develop comprehensive partnership and strategic interaction relations of a new era.

The conference will feature the best students of Tsinghua University, participants of the educational programme “Be grateful, serve the community,” and the students of leading Russian universities, including Lomonosov Moscow State University, Moscow State University of Foreign Affairs, the Diplomatic Academy of the Ministry for Foreign Affairs, the Higher School of Economics, the Russian Presidential Academy of the National Economy and Public Administration, and Moscow State Linguistic University, who will discuss the aspects of mutual responsibility between individuals and the community.

Founded in 1911, Tsinghua University is one of the leading universities in the People’s Republic of China, a member of C9 League of elite Chinese educational institutions, which continuously ranks first in the national rating of Chinese universities. Its alumni can boast many prominent scientists, artists and politicians, including the two recent Presidents of China – Hu Jintao and Xi Jinping. 

Tsinghua University’s educational programme “Be grateful, serve the community” (think of a source when drinking water) was launched in 2001 to facilitate the training for future leaders of China endowed with social responsibility and self-giving. The programme provides for a four-year training of undergraduate students and implies a strict selection process.

The hosts, including the Association for Sinology Development, sincerely hope that the event will contribute to strengthen mutual understanding and friendship between the peoples of both countries.

4+ grade students are welcome to take part.

The event is invite-based only, for accreditation please contact Sergey Shubin, mobile +7 915-045-05-07, shubin_sv@sokolniki.com.

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