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19th Guangzhou Convention of Overseas Chinese Scholars in Science and Technology

Thursday,Nov 16, 2017

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the convention in 2016

2017 Convention on Exchange of Overseas Talents and the 19th Guangzhou Convention of Overseas Chinese Scholars in Science and Technology

The Center for China and Globalization will co-host with MoE, MoST, Office of Overseas Chinese Affairs the 2017 Convention on Exchange of Overseas Talents and the 19th Guangzhou Convention of Overseas Chinese Scholars in Science and Technology on 20th- 21th December in Guangzhou.

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the convention in 2016

CCG and other hosts actively promote the convention, and attract many response from overseas talents.

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