Call Number: SCM0422
Title: Yuan Guiren, Minister of Education, People's Republic of China, remarks from the opening of Stanford Center at Peking University
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Yuan Guiren, Minister of Education, People's Republic of China, Remarks from the Opening of Stanford Center at Peking University
(SCM0422). Dept. of Special Collections and University Archives, Stanford University Libraries, Stanford, Calif.
Yuan Guiren (simplified Chinese: 袁贵仁; traditional Chinese: 袁貴仁; pinyin: Yuán Guìrén) (born 1950) is a Chinese academic and
the current Minister of Education in the People's Republic of China.
Yuan is a native of Guzhen County in Anhui. He is a Beijing Normal University alumni and a former president of the same institution.
He is also currently a member of the 17th CPC Central Committee of the Central Commission for Discipline Inspection.
The Stanford Center at Peking University represents the culmination of a long-term partnership between the two Universities.
For over 30 years, Peking University and Stanford have sponsored faculty and student exchanges, as well as joint courses,
research projects and conferences. Formal arrangements already exist between PKU and a growing number of Stanford programs
including the Department of Asian Languages, Summer Chinese Language Program, Office of the Vice Provost for Undergraduate
Education, School of Engineering, School of Law, and the Freeman Spogli Institute for International Studies. For the next
quarter century, the Center will expand the PKU relationship by making it easier to grow established and initiate new collaborative
programs between the two institutions to support activities and opportunities on both sides of the Pacific.
Stanford Center at Peking University.
China--Foreign relations--United States
East Asia--Study and teaching.
Universities and colleges--Administration.