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Polish Ambassador to China Wojciech Zajączkowski visits PKU

OCT . 26 2021
Peking University, October 26, 2021: On the morning of the 20th of October, Wojciech Zajączkowski , the Polish Ambassador to China, Maria Wejs-Domżalska, the first counsellor of the Polish Embassy in China, and their delegation visited Peking University. They were warmly received by Hao Ping, president of Peking University, and Wang Bo, vice-president of Peking University.

Hao Ping welcomed Ambassador Wojciech Zajączkowsk, commending Poland on its rich culture and history, as well as its outstanding contributions to global science and art in the form of figures such as Nicolaus Copernicus, Marie Curie and Frédéric Chopin. He stated that Peking University has attached great importance to the study of Poland as well as other Central and Eastern European regions and countries, and seeks to continue maintaining exchanges and cooperation with various Polish universities such as that of the University of Warsaw.

Ambassador Wojciech Zajączkowsk, on the other hand, praised Peking University on its standing as a world-famous university, remarking that the university has inherited China’s long history and rich culture. He also stated that China’s profound cultural heritage has attracted many Polish youths, leading to a large number of students going to China to study each year. At the same time, he expressed that the cooperation between Peking University and the University of Warsaw in fields such as life science and engineering has also achieved remarkable results, with both governments supporting the pursuit of many excellent scientific research cooperation projects. Finally, he expressed his hopes that Polish universities and research institutions can continue cooperating closely with Peking University, as well as other top institutions, and push higher education exchanges between China and Poland to the next level.

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Written by: Meg Wee Siow Mun
Edited by: June Tan Rui Min
Source: PKU (