Special lectures were held
In order to further enhance the legal awareness of our school’s international students in China and improve their legal literacy, on December 23, the National Education Institute invited Zhu Jun and Chen Yunhe from the Exit-Entry Administration Division of the Nanjing Public Security Bureau to hold the "Legal Regulations and Safety for International Students" in the administrative building of the Jiangning Campus. "Education" seminar. The event was presided over by Fan Rui, Vice Dean of the School of International Education. A total of more than 100 people from the International Student Service Center of the National Education Institute, logistics and property staff, and new and old international students in China attended the lecture.
Police Officer Zhu Jun introduced the Criminal Law of the People’s Republic of China, the Law of the People’s Republic of China on Public Security Administration Penalties, the Law of the People’s Republic of China on Exit and Entry Administration, and the Law of the People’s Republic of China on Road Traffic Safety. The important content in the article is explained in terms of personal safety, traffic safety, network safety, and epidemic prevention and control in combination with detailed cases. Educate and guide international students to abide by the laws and regulations that should be followed for entry and exit, stay in China, and study and life, and emphasize that international students should abide by the law, participate in work-study programs in accordance with the law, and prevent illegal employment. The atmosphere of the lecture was enthusiastic, international students actively participated in the questioning session, and the two police officers answered the questions raised by the students one by one.
Vice President Fan Rui hopes that international students can study seriously and implement the legal knowledge they have learned in their daily life and study. At the same time, it is emphasized that under the normalization of epidemic prevention and control, international students still need to carefully implement the relevant regulations on epidemic prevention and control as they started, study in Hehai safely, and live in China safely.
Shima, a 2020 doctoral student in business administration from Palestine, said: "We regard China as our second hometown, and abiding by laws and regulations is what we must do."
Julissa, a 2019 master's degree student in public administration from Peru, is very pleased to say: "It is safer to walk on the streets of China than in any other country, so we need to abide by Chinese laws and regulations more."
Mu Henan, a graduate student with a grade of 2020 in civil engineering from Sudan, said: "Thank you very much to the school and the Nanjing police. What we have learned today will be of great help to our life and study in Nanjing."
The School of International Education holds special lectures on laws, regulations and safety education, aiming to educate and guide international students to abide by Chinese laws and regulations, respect Chinese customs, public order and social ethics, and further promote the standardized management of foreign students in our school.