With the invitation of the Australia Education Management Group and overseas partners, four delegates of State Administration of Traditional Chinese Medicine of the People’s Republic of China under the leadership of Dr. Zhiyong WANG, Vice Commissioner visited our partners in Australia and New Zealand from 5th to 10th of December, 2018.
On the morning of 5th December, AEMG President Mr. Roger LI and Director General Mrs. Jenny WANG accompanied the delegation to visit Tasmanian Government. They were welcomed by Ms. Lucy Gregg, Senior Consultant of Tasmanian Government, and relative staff. During the meeting, the three parties had a detailed consultation on the cooperation and reached a broad consensus.
On the afternoon of 5th December, AEMG President Mr. Roger LI and Director General Mrs. Jenny WANG accompanied the delegation to visit University of Tasmania. They were welcomed by Mr. Robert Atkinson, Deputy Vice Chancellor (Global), Prof. Holger Meinke, Director of Tasmanian Institute of Agriculture and relative staff. After the meeting, with the witness of SATCM, Australia Education Management Group and University of Tasmania completed the signing ceremony of the Research Hub for Traditional Chinese Herbs.
On 7th December, SATCM Delegation visited AEMG Melbourne Office. They were warmly welcomed by President Mr. Roger LI and Director General Mrs. Jenny WANG. During the meeting, AEMG’s Chinese Medicine development program was listed in the overall cooperation framework of SATCM. After visiting the Chinese Cultural Center, Dr. Zhiyong WANG highly appreciated about the Group’s efforts for culture, education and scientific research between China and Australia over the years.
On the morning of 10th December, Mr. Elroy DUAN, Director of Global Engagement and Partnership Department accompanied the delegation to visit the University of Auckland in New Zealand. They were welcomed by Prof. Andrew Shelling, Deputy Director of Faculty of Medical and Health Sciences and relative staff. The visit further exhibited the achievements of the University of Auckland in the field of Chinese herbal medicine research.
The visit further enhanced the communication between AEMG and our partners from home and abroad, and ensured a smooth and efficient operation of joint education programs.