On the afternoon of October 20, Secretary Mr. Ni Haidong and President Liu Li met with Mr. Hong Baichuan, Chairman of the Bangkok College respectively, in the conference room Room 906 of the Administation Building.
Mr. Ni Haidong congratulated to Mr. Hong Baichuan on his “Best Partner Award” from the Ministry of Education of China. He said that Bangkok College, Thailand, as a branch Institute of BLCU, had cultivated a large number of Chinese language talents and had positively contributed to the BLCU new students recruitment in Thailand. He hoped that the Bangkok College could fully play its own advantages, further expand their scale of enrollment and cultivate more Chinese and Thai friendly messengers.
President Liu Li welcomed Mr. Hong Baichuan and his entourage to visit BLCU. He hoped that the Bangkok College would continue to explore and expand the space to explore the possibility of co-building schools financed by both the Chinese entrepreneurs and Thai entrepreneurs.
Bangkok College of Thailand was jointly organized by Beijing Language and Culture University and Thailand Yi Sancang Business College in 2001. By the end of 2016, Bangkok College had 522 undergraduates and 51 postgraduate students.