South East Asia: Starting in China
A collaborative pathway: LingNan College and GULL
Guangdong Province is located immediately north of Hong Kong. It has been China's manufacturing centre for decades. Guangzhou is the capital city of Guangdong Province.
On Friday 19 October, Dato’ Dr Vincent Tang, GULL’s President, South East Asia, visited LingNan Industry & Commerce Technical and Vocational College, Guangzhuo. Vincent met the College Principal and Deputy Principal so as to explore mutual collaboration between the College and GULL. The aim is to provide a continuing GULL development pathway for the College’s students.
(Above right) ‘Welcome Dato' Dr Vincent Tang, GULL Regional President, on the occasion of his visit to our College’. Welcome greeting (in red) on the electronic signboard of the College.
A key strategic partnership in China
LingNan Industry & Commerce Technical and Vocational College is one of the largest colleges of its kind in Guangzhou. The College campus is located on 532 acres and it has 12,000 students.
(Above left) Exchange of souvenir gifts featuring the College Principal (third from left): Mr Zhang Xi Sheng, Dato' Dr Vincent Tang, Mr Edwin Chua and Mr Su, Mr Xu.
(Above right) (From left) Mr Chu, Mr Xu, Vincent Tang, Mr Su, Edwin Chua.
Meeting with the Deputy Principal:
Saturday 20 October 2012
(Above left) LingNan Industry & Commerce Technical and Vocational College provides a spacious, well equipped modern learning environment.
(Above right) From right: Dr Vincent Tang, Li Geng Wang (Vice President), MS Chao (Head of Recruitment)
Meeting with GULL China Associate partners
Sunday 21 October 2012
45 associate GULL partners from various regions of China attended a briefing and brainstorming session facilitated by Dato’ Dr Vincent Tang, GULL Regional President at Foshan City, Guangzhou.
(Above left) GULL China briefing session participants.
(Above right) Dato’ Dr Vincent Tang addresses the GULL China forum meeting.
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