On the morning of April 25, Vice President Wang Jiayou led a team to visit the international students to gain an in-depth understanding of the study and living conditions of the international students since the closed management of the university.
During the visit, Wang Jiayou and his team first checked the hygiene and safety hazards in the common kitchen and laundry room of the international students' dormitory; then they entered the international students' dormitory and asked them about their study and food arrangements during the closed campus management, and instructed them to keep the dormitory clean and hygienic, do moderate physical exercise every day, keep in touch with their families and make use of the opportunity to study in China to learn Chinese language and professional knowledge. They were told to keep their dormitories clean, do moderate physical exercise every day, keep in touch with their families and make use of the opportunity to study in China to learn Chinese language and professional knowledge. In the subsequent discussion, the representatives of the international students reflected their specific problems in terms of the epidemic prevention and control policy and academic life, such as the inconvenience of getting foreign currency, getting passport extension and being unable to buy vegetables and food on their own. The teachers of HAI gave answers to the questions raised by the international students and encouraged them to keep a positive attitude at this special moment.
Finally, on behalf of the university, Wang Jiayou extended his cordial greetings to the international students present and asked them in detail about their study and living conditions. He pointed out that he hoped all international students would take the initiative to cooperate with the university's prevention and control requirements, raise their awareness of prevention, strengthen self-management, maintain an optimistic and positive attitude, arrange their study and life reasonably, and reflect their problems and difficulties to the university in time, while using their special status to spread the story of China's fight against the epidemic to the world. The school will also provide a combination of online and offline courses to current students as soon as the epidemic is under control. At the same time, he asked the College of Overseas Education to strengthen the management and service work of international students during the closed management of the university, care for them mentally, living and psychologically, and effectively solve practical difficulties for them.