A delegation of ULIM, headed by Rector Andrei Galben, at the World Conference of CONFUCIUS Institute

Rector Andrei Galben, together with Mr. Wang Yifeng and Radu Plamadeala, the directors of CONFUCIUS Institute of ULIM, participated in the World Conference of CONFUCIUS Institute, held recently in Kunming, capital of Yunnan Province, People’s Republic of China. Representatives of more than 500 institutes worldwide attended the grand event, totalling over 2700 people. The academician Andrei Galben reported about the achievements of CONFUCIUS Institute within ULIM, unique in the Republic of Moldova, in the framework of the sixth Edition of the Founders’ Council.

Major Chinese investments for students of the Republic of Moldova

In the context of a good bilateral cooperation between the Republic of Moldova-China and the substantial growth of Chinese investment in studying the language and culture of this Asian country for our youth, is recorded an increase of almost 11% of those involved in such projects, at ULIM.

An important role in the work of the CONFUCIUS Institute first of all, has the Rector ULIM, Professor Academician Andrei Galben, Mrs. Ana Gutu, Senior Vice-Rector, Mrs. Viorelia Moldovan-Batranac, Vice-Rector by plurality and Adviser of the Prime Minister on education issues and Mrs. Cristina –Emanuela Dascalu, Vice-Rector for international relations.

Rector Andrei Galben reiterated, in particular, the disinterested support of the Embassy of People’s Republic of China in the Republic of Moldova, especially of the former Ambassador Tong Mingtao, as well as of actual-his Excellency Zhang Yinghong. He stated that it is a great happiness and good fortune to cooperate with such distinguished persons, making great efforts in promoting CONFUCIUS Institute at ULIM and developing collaboration relations at institutional level and with central public administration. “Mr. Ambassador is a real patriot of his country,” stated Andrei Galben, Rector ULIM.

Angelina Olaru, Marketing and Communication Service, ULIM

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