Xing Guangcheng and his party visit XJU
On March 30th, Xing Guangcheng, member of the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, director of the China Frontier Research Institute, and director of the Xinjiang Think Tank Office visited our school and had discussions and exchanges on the comprehensive cooperation between the China Frontier Research Institute and Xinjiang University. Xu Xianyi, secretary of the University Party Committee, attended the meeting and delivered a speech. Zuliyati Simayi, a member of the Standing Committee of the University Party Committee and Vice President, presided over the meeting.
Xu Xianyi extended a warm welcome to Xing Guangcheng and his party. He briefly introduced the development and changes of Xinjiang University in recent years, especially the opportunities and challenges faced by the Institute of Humanities and Social Sciences. He hopes that the two sides can further strengthen exchanges, actively explore cooperation paths, innovate cooperation models, implement the cooperation between the two sides, achieve complementary advantages and win-win cooperation, and strive to make new contributions to the social stability and long-term stability of Xinjiang.
Xing Guangcheng introduced the basic situation of the Frontier Research Institute and Xinjiang Think Tank, and looked forward to the future cooperation between the Frontier Research Institute and Xinjiang Think Tank and Xinjiang University and put forward some constructive opinions and suggestions. He expressed that he hopes to cooperate with Xinjiang University to strengthen Chinese history and ethnology, to build a humanities and social science research platform with Xinjiang University, to open a cross-school and cross-disciplinary joint research model, and to strengthen exchanges and cooperation.
The two sides conducted in-depth exchanges on further in-depth cooperation and reached preliminary cooperation intentions. Some leaders from the Department of Social Sciences, the School of History, the School of Chinese Language and Literature, the School of Law, the School of Journalism and Communication, the School of Foreign Languages, and the School of Politics and Public Administration attended the symposium.