Sri Lanka-China Journalists’ Forum (SLCJF) has made all arrangements to hold the second consecutive China Education Exhibition – 2011 upon the theme of ‘The Path to Success’, on May 14, 15, at the University of Colombo. The exhibition is organized by the SLCJF under the patronage of the China Scholarship Council in collaboration with the Embassy of the People’s Republic of China in Sri Lanka. The event is facilitated by the University of Colombo.
Following the success of the first ever China Education Exhibition – 2010 hosted and launched by Sri Lanka-China Journalists’ Forum (SLCJF) at the BMICH last year with the participation of more than 40 renowned Chinese Universities that offered Degrees of international recognition, this year’s exhibition will be attended by another 14 Chinese universities that offer international degrees in many spheres such as medicine, pharmaceutics, humanities, astronautics, aeronautics, agriculture, IT, posts and telecommunications, technology as well as fine arts. The Chinese universities at the 2nd China Education Exhibition-2011in Sri Lanka include, the Zhejiang University, Nanjing University of Aeronautics Astronautics, Shanghai Normal University, Harbin Engineering University, Guangxi University of Nationalities, Chongqing University of Posts and telecomunications, Huazhong Normal University, Guangxi University, Shanghai University, Lanzhou University of Technology, East China University of Science and Technology, Ocean University of China, Nanjing University of Chinese Medicine, and Harbin Institute of Technology.
Commenting on the exhibition, Nalin Aponso, the President of Sri Lanka-China Journalists’ forum said the exhibition would boost the interest of the Sri Lankan overseas higher education seekers to study in a stress free learning environment at the state of the art modern universities throughout China. “The exhibition will provide a unique platform for Sri Lankan students to find better and reputed educational partners in China, to fulfill their higher educational requirements abroad,” he added.
Sri Lanka-China Journalists’ Forum that commenced in 2001, is engaged in a dedicated performance since its inception, in promoting bilateral relations with the People’s Republic of China in many areas of bilateral interest including, culture, education, art and media that contribute at large, towards the long stood socio-economic, diplomatic and mutual ties between the two countries.
The forum is a collaboration of dedicated Sri Lankan print and electronic media personnel who serve towards the worthy course of promoting and developing bilateral relations between Sri Lanka and China throughout the past decade.