Dr. KS Chin and I visited the Economics and Management School of Wuhan University on 21st April 2019. Prof. Xianjia Wang (王先甲) (Deput Dean – Economics and Management School and Director – Institute of Systems Engineering of Wuhan University) led us to visit the campus of Wuhan University. Prof. Wang had gave seminar to HKSQ on 2010 (See reference). I had briefed Extenics and gave leaflet for Prof. Wang reference. Then we took a group photo in from of the school.
We took a train CRH to go to Wuhan.
Prof. Xianjia Wang (王先甲) and Prof. Zhen-Song Chen (陈振颂) (Associate Professor in School of Civil Engineering, Wuhan University) met us in the Hankou station (漢口).
Firstly, we visited the construction site of new academic building.
It was near the river with good view.
And then we went to the school and campus.
During visit of Prof. Wang office, we saw the vision, mission and value of the Economic and Management School.
We took a photo inside the campus.
Many famous people who related to Wuhan University such as Zhang Zhidong (張之洞).
This road is Cherry Blossom Avenue (櫻花大道) but it was too late to see it in April.
Then we visited student apartment. Prof. Wang showed us one of the room he live before.
It was also a landmark and many students took photo here.
After visit different colleges in Wuhan, we walked outside and saw the University Gatehouse (門樓). Most people did not know the second word from right. It represented different colleges in Wuhan University and they were literature, legal, science, engineering, agriculture and medicine (文法理工農醫).
I took a photo in front of the University Gatehouse.
Prof. Zhen-Song Chen arranged to have feature dinner in Wuhan and Prof. Xianjia Wang drove us to the restaurant.
I took a photo with Dr. Chin for memory.
It is Crayfish (小龍蝦)!
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