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Consul General Huang Ping Met with President of Temple University
On May 2nd, accompanied by Deputy Consul General Qian Jin and Education Counselor Yang Jun, Consul General Huang Ping met with Richard M. Englert, President of Temple University, and Hai-Lung Dai, Vice President of Temple University. The two sides exchanged views on educational exchanges and cooperation in China-US relations.

Huang Ping indicated that in the six months since he took office, he has visited ten states and more than 10 universities in the region, during which process he deeply felt the unique role of educational exchanges and cooperation in promoting China-US friendship. Since China's reform and opening-up and the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and the United States 40 years ago, Chinese society has undergone great changes. At the same time, China-US cooperation has yielded fruitful results while the pie of common interests is getting bigger and bigger. At present, China-US relations are facing some difficulties, which calls for the two sides to further strengthen exchanges and enhance mutual understanding and trust. Over the past 40 years, Temple University has actively developed its relations with China and set a good example for China-US educational exchanges and cooperation. We hope that Temple University would continue to tell good stories of China-US friendship and inject positive energy into the understanding and friendship between people of the two nations.

Richard Englert and his delegation expressed that the relationship between the United States and China is the most important bilateral relationship in the world, and educational exchanges serve as a bridge linking the hearts and minds of our people. Temple University is willing to continue to play its unique role and contribute more to the friendship between the United States and China in the next 40 years and beyond.

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