President Wang Cheng led a delegation to visit Japanese Universities and met the vice governor of Akita County

【By:国际处英文网站 | Updated:2015-01-08 】 【Large Medium Small
 
To expand and deepen cooperation and exchange with Japanese universities, promote intercollegiate cooperation and strengthen cooperation with Japanese universities and their affiliated hospitals, President Wang Cheng led a delegation of 6 members to visit Japan from June 9th to 13th, including Juntendo University, Tokyo, Women 's Medical University University, Tottori University, Akita University and the affiliated hospitals. Moreover, he met Akita County deputy magistrate, Horii Keiichi, in Akita County Hall.
At Juntendo University, president Wang met President Kiminami Hideki and professor Nii Ichi and signed academic exchange agreement. President Wang hoped to expand cooperation between two sides in basic medicine and clinical medicine. During the visit, the delegation visited the affiliated hospital of Juntendo University.
In Tokyo Women's Medical University, the two sides signed cooperation agreement between Lanzhou University and Tokyo Women's Medical University .During the visit, the delegation visited the affiliated hospital of Tokyo Women's Medical University and exchanged views with the people of the medical department and international exchange committee on the issues of the visiting scholars and exchange students.
 
At the Tottori University, president Wang and the president Hatoyo Shimarata signed the academic exchange agreement between Lanzhou University and Tottori University and student exchange memo. President Wang hoped that the cooperation could gradually extend to the fields of medicine, literature, social science and other fields in the future. President Hatoyo Shimarata also hoped to promote further exchanges and cooperation between two universities.
 
The delegation visited the Drought Research Center and affiliated hospital of Tottori University, and signed the 'Japan - Asian Youth Science and Technology Exchange Program' (Cherry Blossom plan of science and Technology), '2+2' and '3+1' program (duel degree program), discussing the students exchange program and summer camp.
The dean of the First Hospital of Lanzhou University signed a Cooperation Memorandum with the affiliated hospital of Akita University. The First Hospital of Lanzhou University will send two or three doctors to the affiliated hospital of Akita University this year.
During the visit in Akita, president Wang met deputy magistrate Horii Keiichi of Akita County. It is the 32th anniversary marking Gansu province and Akita County’s establishing friendship, which achieved fruitful results in many areas. President Wang hoped that two universities could make important achievements in various fields based on the medical cooperation.