MoU to consolidate mutual tiesYun Ting
This is to continue their scholarly work especially in research and researcher exchanges, joint conferences and collaborative research projects to promote international social, economic and financial growth.
The MoU was signed by TAR UC president Prof Dr Lee Sze Wei and SASS vice president (In Charge of International Cooperation) Prof Zhu Guohong.
“I hope that this MoU will further enhance the strong relationship between the two institutions.
“I would like to encourage both TAR UC and SASS to contribute to the friendly bilateral relations between China and Malaysia and create a better tomorrow for all!” said TAR UC board of governors chairman Datuk Seri Liow Tiong Lai, who was present during the signing of the MoU.
Also present were SASS Institute of Journalism and Communication director Prof Xu Qingquan and TAR UC board of governors deputy chairman Datuk Seri Dr Hou Kok Chung.
SASS, founded in 1958, is China’s oldest institution for humanities and social sciences.
Its areas of studies include economics, finance, law, literature, history, philosophy and sociology. Its research and publications are particularly influential among the policy-makers of its country and the public.