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The General Office of the Confucius Institute reiterates its commitment to the Toledo headquarters

The UCLM studies how to improve the commercial framework with China through the Confucius Institute

10/11/2017
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The UCLM studies how to improve the commercial framework with China through the Confucius Institute

10/11/2017

A delegation from the General Office of the Confucius Institute (Hanban) has visited the Toledo Campus of the University of Castilla-La Mancha (UCLM) to evaluate the first six months of operation of the regional headquarters. During the meeting, chaired by the Vice-Chancellor for Internationalization and Lifelong Learning, Fatima Guadamillas, the possibility of establishing agreements with businessmen—to develop activities that allow a better commercial framework with China—was evaluated.

The members attending the meeting were the director of the department of teachers of Hanban, Guo Jiaoyang, and other members responsible for the area—who were received by the Vice-Chancellor for Internationalization and Lifelong Learning, Fátima Guadamillas—and by the directors of the Confucius Institute of the UCLM, the professors Jaime Moradela and Xu Caixia.

During the meeting, the objectives of the Confucius Institute of Castilla-La Mancha, with headquarters in the Toledo Campus, were presented, among which the development of the teaching activity in the region was highlighted in order to enhance the learning of the Chinese language and culture, which has been implemented in this academic course 2017/2018. Likewise, the possibility of reaching agreements with the businessmen of the region "that bring and allow a better commercial framework with the Asian country" was discussed.

Finally, the delegation of Hanban pointed out "the urgent need to increase the supply of activities in order to spread the Chinese culture, always within a framework of quality and rigor in both the informative and academic aspect", which the inspection body of Hanban requires its partners to commit and guarantee the support and continuity of the Confucius Institute in its different venues.

The proposals and initiatives presented at this bilateral meeting were favorably received by the representatives of Hanban, "who thanked, at all times, the cordiality shown throughout their stay at the UCLM," stated the hosts.

Office of Communications, UCLM. Toledo, November 6, 2017

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