On November 2nd, the School of History and Culture of NENU and the Puppet Regime Palace Museum held a signing ceremony on the teaching practice base and a research-study cooperation forum. Present at the signing ceremony and forum are professor Dong Haozhi, dean of the School of History and Culture, Yang Shanling, secretary of the Party Committee, Professor Wang Zhiqiang, head of the Puppet Regime Palace Museum, and representatives of both parties. Professor Liu Jinglan, deputy dean of the School of History and Culture presided over the meeting.
At the signing ceremony, Dong Haozhi and Wang Zhiqiang delivered speeches respectively, hoping to make full use of the resources of both parties to realize the effective combination of courses learned at school and practical inspection outside through the form of students’ practical inspection, enhance students’ patriotism concept, and strengthen patriotic warning education. Comprehensively expand students’ humanistic quality. Subsequently, the participants of the two parties carried out in-depth exchanges around the content of the cooperation. Both sides advanced further cooperation in academic research, data sharing, talent training, and external exchanges, forming a new pattern of mutual interaction, complementary advantages and common development.
At the conference, professor Dong Haozhi presented to Wang Zhiqiang a letter of appointment of a part-time professor of NENU. They signed the agreement of “School of History and Culture in NENU—Puppet Regime Palace Museum Teaching Practice Base”jointly.
(From News Center, translated by Wei Jia, revised by Liu Lixin)