Early this month, a delegation of the Yunhe team was invited to discuss future partnerships in America; in particular, these partnerships would focus on offering study abroad opportunities to American university students. Our destination was Southern California, visiting Los Angeles. During our time, we had the opportunity to meet with faculty representatives from California State University, Dominquez Hills.
In anticipation for these meetings, we developed a series of college-level itineraries focusing on disciples such as Biodiversity, Anthropology, Chinese and Tibetan culture, Food Science and International Business. We presented the itineraries to faculty of the school’s international study department as well as professors from a variety of disciplines including; business, world religions, phycology, education, and social sciences, etc.
The programs were well received, with many of the professors in attendance showing great interest in bringing their students to China as soon as this upcoming year. Professors from the finance and geopolitics departments invited us to give additional presentions to their students.
We look forward to establishing new connections in America. To us, cultural exchange is an important and defining quality of our work. Our team is passionate about building bridges between people from around the globe, and we are excited to include Americans in our future programs.