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Leaders of CCNU, Griffith and AEMG Visited 2018 Sino-Australian Class Freshman

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Leaders of CCNU, Griffith and AEMG Visited 2018 Sino-Australian Class Freshman

On the afternoon of September 1, 2018,ZHAO Lingyun, President of CCNU, WANG Jiping, Party Secretary of the School of Sociology,Sarah Todd, Vice President and Prof. Patrick O’Leary of GU and LI Xinqing, President of AEMG visited CAI Wenbo, the freshman of Sino-Australian Class at the third building of Guojiao.

CAI Wenbo is a special freshman who graduated from Wuhan No. 3 Middle School. Unfortunately, ten years ago, high paraplegia was caused by an accident. Despite his physical disability, he passed the college entrance examination with extraordinary perseverance and indomitable spirit and was admitted to the Sino-Australian cooperative program of CCNU.

President ZHAO encouraged CAI Wenbo and asked the relevant departments to help him integrate into college life. In order to facilitate CAI Wenbo’s studying and life, the leader has adjusted his future classroom to the first floor and provided him with a more convenient two-person dormitory. The GU leaders also had a brief talk with CAI Wenbo. They encouraged him to continue his efforts and strive for academic progress. CAI expressed his gratitude to President ZHAO and the Australian leadership for their concern. He said he would devote himself to the study and live up to the expectations of the President as well as the other leaders.