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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visits Peking University

NOV . 05 2018
Peking University, Nov. 1, 2018: On October 26, Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe visited Peking University and talked with PKU students. Present at the meeting were Chinese ambassador to Japan Cheng Yonghua, Japanese ambassador to China Yokoi Yu, PKU Council Chairman Qiu Shuiping, PKU President Hao Ping as well as other school leaders and diplomats.

Outside the Yingjie Exchange Center, Mr. Abe browsed through the China-Japan Exchange Display Boards which feature PKU’s contribution to China-Japan cultural exchanges and educational cooperation. Representatives of students in the Japanese major, together with Japanese students at PKU, introduced the relevant contents to Mr. Abe.

The symposium was held at the Sunshine Hall of Yingjing Exchange Center. In reply to Professor Hao Ping’s welcome speech, Mr. Abe stressed that he looked forward to furthering the development of the Sino-Japanese relationship by boosting more communication between Japanese and Chinese youths. Later, Mr. Abe held a symposium with students on topics including artificial intelligence, global economics, international politics and animated cartoon.

Written by: Wang Xi
Edited by: Huang Yadan, Xu Liangdi
Source: PKU News (Chinese)