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QNU Receives Letters from Overseas Cooperative Universities Expressing Support to Fight COVID-19 Pandemic

来源:澳门金沙娱乐城2020-02-21Views:10

As the Chinese people have joined together as one and united their efforts against the novel coronavirus, Quanzhou Normal University's cooperative universities abroad keep sending letters and videos to express their condolences to all teachers and students of QNU, as well as their belief in defeating COVID-19 with solidarity and cooperation.

 Letter from University of Chester (UOC) said that the life safety and health of teachers and students are their greatest concerns. Since the outbreak of the epidemic, UOC has paid close attention to it, actively followed the guidance of Public Health England and the World Health Organization to combat the virus, and created a healthy and safe learning environment for students. Professor Phil Harris, vice president of UOC, expressed in the video, University of Chester will be working with you to tide over the difficulties together! We support you! . UOC student representative also cheered with deep emotion in Chinese Come on, Wuhan! Come on, China!

Professor Kaïs MABROUK, director of the International Department of Central University of Tunisia (CUT), sent a condolence message on behalf of the university. He said that CUT and QNU will stand together in the battle against the epidemic, hoping to defeat the pandemic and resume the teacher-student exchanges between the two.

Three universities in Taiwan, i.e. Pingtung University, Lunghwa University of Science and Technology and Yuan Ze University, said that they are going to work hand in hand with QNU to face difficulties and to ensure that Fujian and Taiwan students will not be suspended from their studies despite the epidemic.

Humanity shines through the dark cloud of the epidemic. These words from the bottom of heart touch all teachers and students of QNU, demonstrating profound brotherhood and enhancing both confidence and strength to fight and win the battle against COVID-19.

( Foreign Affairs Office)