At 3pm, June 19th 2016, a “Study in China and Travel Safe”campaign was launched in UIBE featuring a series of lectures on traffic safety. Present at the launching ceremony are Guo Zhi, Chief Assistant to Head of Chaoyang District, Zhang Kejun, Party Committee Member of Transportation Bureau under Beijing Municipal Public Safety Bureau and Director of Political Division, Yang Changchun, Vice Principal of UIBE, Liu Jinlan, Party Secretary of UIBESIE, as well as over 170 representatives from UIBE, CUC, CAFA, CUEB, BFSU, BICT,BUT, and BUCM.
Sponsored by Traffic Detachment of Chaoyang District, Public Transportation Administration of Beijing Municipal Public Safety Bureau, and undertaken by UIBE, this campaign brings together 9 universities in Chaoyang to reach out to foreign students in the district, raising their awareness of transportation safety, know how and protection levels.
During the ceremony, Yang Changchun called on students to sharpen awareness of public transportation issues.
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“The year 2016 is an important year for implementing the 13th Five Year Plan. Observing law and regulations, and practicing self discipline, District government of Chaoyang leads by example and raise traffic safety awareness among foreign students so that they can finish study in China safe and sound. They have paid special attention to this issue, which is also one crucial link in carrying out the 13th Five Year Plan. This campaign marks the first time that
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In the end, leaders from Chaoyang District government, Beijing Transportation Administration, UIBE, and other universities, as well as representative from Chaoyang Public Transportation Detachment, and foreign embassies officially launched the campaign by jointly touching an electronic ball.
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