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Members of OLRI Visiting Australian Studies Center of Harbin Institute of Technology

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  Associate Professor Zhan Chunjuan, Director of Oceanic Literature Research Institute of Anhui University, together with Zhu Yunyi, Song Xiaorong & Zhou Fanglin, three other members from the Institute, visited Harbin Institute of Technology (HIT) at the invitation of the Australian Studies Center, HIT on 28th, June, 2017.

  The group of four received a warm welcome from Professor Liu Kedong, Dean of School of Foreign Languages at HIT, and Professor Li Jingyan, Director of HIT Australian Studies Center. At the meeting, Mr. Liu made an overview about the School of Foreign Languages and particularly the newly-established Australian Studies Center at HIT, producing an original insight into how to enhance academic accomplishments and pave various paths for personnel training and the international exchanges of teachers and students as well as its development and outlook for the future. Then, Ms. Zhan extended warm congratulations on the successful organization of the lectures delivered by Tom Keneally, an official “Australian living treasure”, during the Australian Writers Week in May. Accordingly, she introduced the history, current situation, accomplishments and goals of Oceanic Literature Research Institute, Anhui University. After a delightful communication and exchange about their respective research, prospect and dilemma of Australian studies as well as the undergraduate and graduate students’ curriculums about Australian and New Zealand Studies, both sides concurred a combination of local and international perspectives could be an innovative approach to conduct and deepen the Australian research. Finally the fruitful communication ended with the exchange of publications of Ms. Zhan and Mr. Liu, who expressed good wishes to learn from each other, enhance friendship and promote communication.