During the TAC Annual Conference 2023 held on April 3, several distinguished scholars from Beijing International Studies University (BISU) were recognized for their outstanding achievements in translation.
Beijing International Studies University (BISU) participated in the "Generation Z 2023: The Future of the Silk Road", an event aimed at fostering cultural exchange among young people from China and abroad, and meant to explore the story of the Silk Road, on April 6 at the National Museum of China.
Delegations from the University of Queensland and the Autonomous University of Chihuahua visited Beijing International Studies University (BISU), where they had a meeting with BISU President Ji Jinbiao to explore opportunities for international education cooperation.
The qipao, a traditional Chinese dress, holds great cultural significance. It is now possible to see overseas students donning this iconic outfit at a newly established base that promotes Chinese culture.
March 5, 2023 marked the 60th Lei Feng Memorial Day, a day when the spirit of volunteerism is celebrated in China. College volunteer work has become the norm, and the Beijing International Volunteer Service Center initiated by the Beijing International Studies University (BISU) has served as a hub for volunteers from all walks of life. From the Belt and Road Forum to the Olympics, BISU volunteers are found actively participating in major events.
Chang Yu, secretary of the CPC BISU Committee, met with Barney Glover, vice-chancellor and president of Western Sydney University (WSU). The two universities signed a cooperation agreement during Glover's visit.