Lecture: Issues Related to M.A. Education Scheme in Chinese International Education
Speaker: Prof. Guo Fuliang
Venue: Room 224, Humanities Building, East Campus
Date: Monday, October 22, 2018
Guo Fuliang, currently a professor at the College of Liberal Arts of Hebei University, a doctoral supervisor in Chinese linguistics, Dean of the College of International Exchange and Education at Hebei University, vice president of the Chinese Rhetoric Society, vice president of the Hebei Provincial Linguistic Society, and a rhetorical society of Hebei Province. He is also the executive vice president and member of the National Association of International Student Management and the Academic Committee respectively. At present, he has presided over one sub-project of the National Social Science Major Project, one project of National University Ancient Books Organizing Committee, and completed two projects of the Hebei Provincial Social Science Planning Office.
He has published or edited 4 academic books, co-edited 6 books, and has published more than 60 papers. He has won the second prize of the Social Science Research Achievements of Hebei Province, the first outstanding doctoral thesis award of Shandong University, and the third prize of Outstanding Achievement of Hebei Social Science, and winning the Award of Excellent Teacher of Hebei province. He has published more than 60 academic papers at home and abroad, and has visited Japan, South Korea, the United Kingdom, Brazil, Thailand, Indonesia and other countries and districts such as Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan universities for lectures or academic exchanges.
This lecture mainly deals with the issues related to M.A. Education Scheme in Chinese International Education and the considerations in the evaluation of the Ministry of Education.
All are welcome.
School of Humanities and Law
[Translated by Ni Rongzi]