Universidad del Pacifico receives visit from the ambassador of China
October 19 , 2017
UP Center for China and Asia-Pacific Studies presented the results of the last academic mission to China.
The Ambassador of the People's Republic of China in Peru, Mr. Jia Guide, visited Universidad del Pacífico for a meeting with Dr. Elsa del Castillo, President of the University, Dr. Cynthia Sanborn, Vice-President for Research, and Dr. Rosario Santa Gadea, Director of Universidad del Pacífico Center for China and Asia-Pacific Studies.

The meeting was the occasion to present the results of the last academic mission to China that was in charge of the Center for China and Asia-Pacific Studies and was held in June and July this year by Dr. Sanborn and Dr. Santa Gadea. It was also an opportunity to explore possibilities for cooperation between the Embassy of the P.R. of China in Peru and UP. 

 After listening to the authorities, Ambassador Jia said he was convinced of the successful work of Universidad del Pacífico, through its Center for China and Asia-Pacific Studies, on promoting academic cooperation and dissemination of knowledge of China. In this sense, he encouraged our university to continue leading the way of academic cooperation between the two countries.

Center for Peru-China Studies China Rosario Santa Gadea


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