On the morning of April 18th, China Center for Special Economic Zone Research (CCSEZR) holds the 3rd Academic Salon for Ph.D. and Graduate Students in Theoretical Economics in 2016 (the 23rd in total) in Room 1300 of the Liberal Arts Building.
Mr. Xu Jianying, researcher at the Research Center for Chinese Borderland History and Geography of Chinese Academy of Social Sciences (RCCBHG of CASS) made a wonderful report on the Analysis of the Safety Elements in Building Silk Road Economic Belt. The academic salon was presided over by Prof. Yuan Yiming, vice director of CCSEZR and attracted Ph.D. and graduate students of all majors from different grades to the discussions.
As hot issues around China’s borderlands constantly emerge, China's borderlands are becoming an increasing research focus and borderland status quo research has become a high profile issue. Mr. Xu used pictures and examples in his report to present the current issues in Chinese borderlands allowing the attendees to have a better understanding of Chinese borderland issues.
This tightly-structured report presented plentiful information in a logical and clear manner. After the report, Post Dr. Wang Xuelong and Ph.D Zhan Jiang, faculties of the CCSEZR, raised questions concerning the report, which were adequately and accurately addressed by Mr. Xu. At last, Prof. Yuan Yiming, vice director of the CCSEZR summarized and made final comments on this academic activity. He spoke highly of its theoretical and practical values. It not only enhanced the participants' understanding of borderland issues, but also stirred up the inspiration and exploration for future researches.
Prof. Yuan Yiming, vice director of the CCSEZR, presiding over the Salon
Mr. Xu Jianying, researcher of the RCCBHG of CASS, delivering a themed report
Post Dr. Wang Xuelong,faculty of the CCSEZR, raising questions
The scene of the 3rd Academic Salon in 2016