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China Annual Conference for International Education (CACIE) 2013 was successfully held in Beijing from November 1st to November 3rd. Focusing on the theme of “Vision, Innovation, Modernization”, CACIE 2013 consisted of 5 main components and 40 sessions.
In the plenary session on November 2nd, Mr. Li Zhaoxing, Honorary Chairman of Chinese People’s Institute of Foreign Affairs, Mr. Allan E. Goodman, President and Chief Executive Officer of Institute of International Education (IEE), Mr. Zhang Xinsheng, President of China Education Assoication for International Exchange (CEAIE), and Mr. Rob Lilwall, TV adventurer, writer, and motivational speaker delivered keynote speech on the theme of “Vision, Innovation, and Modernization”. Their speeches got high praise from all participants.
China International Education Forum 2013, designed 13 sessions and 29 events, covering the education fields from international students mobility, vocational education, cross-border education, pre-school education, secondary education, higher education, elderly education, e-learning education, education and city development, green skills etc. The forum attracted more than 2000 participants coming from nearly 50 countries.
Mrs. Lu Xin, Vice Minister
Ministry of Education, China-Netherland Forum
Mr. Du Zhanyuan, Vice Minister
Ministry of Education,
|Ms. Hao Keming, President Chinese Society of Education Development Strategy, E-learning Technologies for Education Reform||Mr. Liu Limin, Vice Minister Ministry of Education, Education and City Development Forum|
|Ms. Zhang Xiuqin, Director General of Department of International Cooperation and Exchanges Ministry of Education International Forum on International Student Mobility||Mr. Ge Daokai, Director General of Department of Vocational and Adult Education Ministry of Education Forum on Vocational Education||Mr. Yu Jihai, Deputy Director General Department of International Cooperation and Exchanges, Ministry of Education, China-Russia Forum||Ms. Anne Baly, Head of the International Education Division in the Department of Education. Australia International Student Mobility|
|Mr. Wang Yongli, Deputy Director-General of Hanban, International Student Mobility||Mr. Sun Jianming, Deputy Director of Chinese Service Center for Scholarly Exchange, International Student Mobility||Mr. Cao Shihai, Deputy Secretary-General of China Scholarship Council Secretariat International Student Mobility||Ms. Marlene M. Johnson, Executive Director and CEO NAFSA: Association of International Educations, International Student Mobility|
|Mr. Hans-Georg van Liempd, President of the European Association for International Education(EAIE), International Student Mobility||Ms. Denise Amyot, Chair of the Board, World Federation of Colleges and Polytechnics (WFCP), Vocational Education Forum||Ms. Carola McGiffert, President, the 100,000 Strong Foundation, USA, International Student Mobility||Mr. Zhang Xinsheng, President of China Education Association for International Exchange, China-Russia Forum|
|Mr. Qian Yicheng, Vice President of China Education Association for International Exchange, Vocational Education Forum||Mr. Shao Wei, Secretary-General of China Education Association for International Exchange, International Student||Ms. Yang Meng, Deputy Secretary General of China Education Association for International Exchange, International Student Mobility||Mr. Lin Zuoping, Deputy Secretary-General of China Education Association for International Exchange, Green Skills Forum|
|Mr. Zong Wa, Deputy Secretary-General of China Education Association for International Exchange, International Student Mobility||Forum on International Student Mobility||Forum on International Student Mobility||Forum on Vocational and Technical Education|
|Forum on E-learning Technologies for Education Reform||
The 3rd Education B2B took place in CNCC from November 1st to November 3rd. It consists of 2 components, higher education and vocational education. It was the first time for higher education schools to be part of Education B2B. There were more than 200 schools from 35 countries in total participating the session.
China Education Expo (CEE) was a touring exhibition across Beijing, Xi’an, Wuhan, Shanghai and Chengdu during November 5th and 13th. More than 600 schools from 42 countries participated this expo. Meanwhile, 55 presentations on studying abroad were made during the whole expo period. CEE 2013 attracted almost 60,000 participants in total. It was highly praised by schools and audiences.