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Mingda Institute for Leadership Training hosted nine scholars from Tianjin Medical University, a prestigious medical university listed on the Chinese government’s “Project 211″. The nine medical doctors and professors attended a one-week Higher Education Leadership Development Program from April 14 through April 20. They will spend the following two months studying in Mayo Clinic. See other delegations that Mingda Institute has hosted.
On April 13 and 14, staff from the China Center joined more than 45 local organizations at the Passage to China event at the Mall of America. Staff members enjoyed meeting new people, seeing friends from the community, and watching local Chinese language students perform.
Thank you to all attendees of the 12th annual Bob and Kim Griffin Building U.S.-China Bridges Lecture, featuring Ted C. Fishman. There were more than 250 people in attendance, with an engaging question-and-answer session after the lecture. Listen to the audio recording.
Welcome to the China Center, the University of Minnesota's bridge to Greater China, including mainland China, Hong Kong, and Taiwan. Since 1979, the China Center has worked to strengthen the bridge of understanding, friendship, exchange, and cooperation between U.S. and Chinese people and cultures.
The University of Minnesota China Center builds bridges between the U.S. and Greater China. To fulfill this mission, the China Center draws on the strengths of the University of Minnesota and partners with public and private organizations in Minnesota and the U.S. to promote relations with Greater China by:
歡迎您訪問中國中心, 美國明尼蘇達大學通向中國大陸, 香港和台灣的橋樑。自一九七九年以來,中國中心努力建設美中兩國文化和人民之間的理解、友誼和合作之橋。