SHUTCM strengthen ties with Canadian college
Updated: 2016-11-25

A delegation headed by Vice Chancellor Catherine Drea from the Georgian College of Applied Arts and Technology in Canada visited the Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (SHUTCM) on Nov 23.

Hu Hongyi, vice president of SHUTCM, extended a warm welcome to the guests and briefed them about the university's development of TCM related courses and recent programs.

Drea expressed her reverence for TCM culture, as well as appreciation of SHUTCM philosophy of education and academic background. As SHUTCM is a perfect match for Georgian College, Drea also expressed Georgian College's eagerness for further communication and cooperation with SHUTCM to build a joint school.

After the meeting, the delegation visited the Shanghai Museum of Traditional Chinese Medicine and the Shanghai Shuguang Hospital, which is also affiliated with SHUTCM.

The Georgian College, well-known as a rapidly expanding institution of higher learning, boasts the first public academy in Canada to open a diploma program devoted to acupuncture, which provides students with in-depth theoretical and clinical training in acupuncture.
 

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Officials from the Georgian College of Applied Arts and Technology and Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine pose for a group photo. [Photo provided to study-shanghai.org]

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