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Professor from SHUTCM Held a Successful TCM Lecture at Confucius Institute in Peru


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          -- Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine

At the invitation of the Confucius Institute at the Catholic University of Peru, International Institute of Education, Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (SHUTCM) made a carefully preparation ,dispatching a Professor Xu Ping to the Catholic University of Peru for educational exchanges. During this visit,SHUTCM has successfully held series of lectures focused on "TCM wisdom "and" body meridians and health ".

Miss Zhu Xiaoyan, the cultural counselor of Embassy of China in Peru and Eduardo Yang Motta, the former Peruvian Ministry of Health and Chairman of presidential adviser, the incumbent President of Chinese Cultural Center of Peru and Director of National Hospital both attended the lectures.

Being innovative, easy to understand, close to the demand as well as interactive enthusiastic, Professor.Xu Ping's lectures were all packed during his talks. After the lecture, many listeners were reluctant to leave, trying to consult or exchange ideas with Professor.Xu, expressing their profound gratitude for his amiable during the talks.

Zhu Xiaoyan thinks highly of Professor. Xu Ping: Traveling around the world for spreading the Chinese acupuncture treasures, sharing his knowledge with the people in Peru, Professor. Xu Ping made a closer relationship between the two peoples, promoting the Chinese Traditional cultural understanding and interest among Peruvian people. Eduardo Yang Motta had visited China in the 1980s to learn traditional Chinese medicine, highly praised his lectures , and hope to learn from each other for further communication and cooperation, promoting the education in medicine and medical research.

SHUTCM will keep on further expand the visiting lectures around the world, catching every opportunity to continue organizing similar seminars to make the world better understand China.

(Institute of International Education)