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China, Germany join hands to promote intl. education
    2019-11-18  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

Peng Zekun

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AIMING to further promote education internationalization in Bao’an District, the Sino-Germany International Educational Exchange Week was kicked off in the auditorium of Haiyun School in Bao’an on Friday.

Xu Jianling, vice president of the Municipal Education Bureau, Fan Yanta, director of Bao’an District Education Bureau, Hans-Werner Huneke, president of Heidelberg University of Education, and other guests attended the opening ceremony.

During the five-day event, which started Friday and ends Tuesday, a series of activities concerning the professional development of primary and secondary school teachers in China and Germany was held in primary and secondary schools in the district.

Bao’an District Education Bureau has been boosting education internationalization for years, which guarantees the development of the district’s soft power and education competitiveness.

Huneke believes that holding this event will promote the communication and mutual learning between China and Germany. “I think it’s a good opportunity for both of us, for your schools, for your specialists and experts, and for us, to gain another view on things. We know our reality and you know your reality, and I think it’s very interesting to learn about each other’s problems, solutions and ideas,” said Huneke during an exclusive interview with the Shenzhen Daily.

The education system of Shenzhen is characterized by opening up and cooperation, and Xu greatly appreciates the results yielded from education exchanges between Shenzhen and Germany in recent years. “We should actively promote international educational exchanges and cooperation,” said Xu.

The event is co-hosted by Bao’an District Education Bureau, Heidelberg University of Education and F+U Group.

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