Peking University's "I am at the Grass-Roots of the Motherland" Report and Law School Selected Graduates Talent Salon Successfully Held
On the evening of October 15, "I am at the Grass-Roots of the Motherland" Report and Law School Selected Graduates Talent Salon was successfully held in Room B103, Koguan Building. Ten selected graduates from all over China, including Wu Jikui, Doctor of Law Class of 2012 and Deputy Director of the Research Office of Tianjin High People's Court; Yun Xuli, Master of Law Class of 2014 and Member of the Party Committee of Qianhuang Town, Wujin District, Changzhou City, Jiangsu Province; Zhang Quanming, Master of Law Class of 2014 and Deputy Section Cadre of the Bureau of Industrial Development of Gui'an New Area; Li Lu, Master of Law Class of 2017 and Director of the Office of Wenshan Government of Yunnan Province; Li Xin, Master of Law Class of 2017 and Member of the Resource Management Department of Hefei Data Resources Bureau; Zhou Guoxiang, Master of Law Class of 2017 and Judge Assistant of Yunnan High People's Court; Xu Rongling, Master of Law Class of 2018 and Judge Assistant of the Environmental Resources Division of Jilin High People's Court; Lu Yu, Master of Law Class of 2018 and Director of the Political Department of the People's Court of Xingqing District, Yinchuan City, Ningxia Hui Autonomous Region; Gao Yang, Master of Law Class of 2019 and Member of the Party Committee of Wangling Town, You County, Zhuzhou City, Hunan Province; Liu Huiyuan, Master of Law Class of in 2020 and a fourth level chief staff member of Jinan Municipal Commission for Discipline Inspection and supervision.Lu Jiangnan, Vice Party Secretary of Law School; Shi shi, Assistant Dean of the Law School, Secretary of the Communist Youth League; Fu Chengyu, Director of Career Development Office of the Law School; Shi Moran, Vice Director of Career Development Office of the Law School, and more than 60 students of the Law School participated in the event. The event was hosted by Wang Mingzhi, Master of Laws of 2020.
At the beginning of the event, Lu Jiangnan addressed the event. On behalf of the Law School, he expressed his sincere welcome and gratitude to the ten outstanding alumni who returned to Peking University. He said that the guests invited to the event came from all over the motherland, and that each alumnus has rich work experience and understanding in different posts. He hoped that the students would seize the good opportunity to understand the relevant situation of the selected graduates and make full preparations for their future career development.
After the speech, Lu Jiangnan, and Shi shi presented souvenirs to returning alumni on behalf of the Law School.
In the theme sharing session, Wu Jikui, Yun Xuli, Li Lu and Li Xin, as the keynote speakers, shared experience of devoting themselves to the grass-roots construction of the motherland in detail. Wu Jikui, combining his years of experience in the field of judicial practice, encouraged the students to build up their basic skills in school and pursue the improvement of their comprehensive quality. He also suggested that they should pay close attention to the principles and policies of the Party and grasp the direction of development of the times in the process of career choice and future work. Yun Xuli introduced her working experience in Qianhuang Town of Wujin District to the students. She encouraged the students to have a firm goal, keep in mind their original aspiration, devote themselves to the grass-roots unit, and choose a suitable career path. Li Lu encouraged the students to pay attention to the practical needs of the grass-roots people and shine where the party and the people need it most. Li Xin summarizes her work experience with six key words: Unknown and Excitement, Confusion and Exploration, Persistence and Growth. She suggests that the students focus on their writing and communication skills, learn to look at the legal profession from multiple perspectives, learn and use new technologies, and contribute to the construction of the rule of law in the information age.
In the free Q&A session, the students raised questions about registration for the examination, job selection, future expectations, how to balance judicial practice and theoretical study. Ten alumni answered them in detail one by one, and encouraged the students to be realistic, active in exploration and unity of knowledge and action.
Free exchange session
The year 2021 marks the centenary of the Communist Party of China. It has been a hundred years of trials and hardships. In the process of struggle, countless Chinese Communists have made meritorious deeds all over the motherland, shouldering the mission of the rejuvenation of the Chinese nation and the happiness of the Chinese people. The Talent Salon builds a bridge between alumni and law students, enhances the students' understanding of the work of grass-roots civil servants, and strives to provide guidance for the students' career planning and future growth. We encourage the students to devote themselves to the grass-roots level, so that the flower of youth can bloom where the Party and the people need it most.
Translated by: Renee
Edited by: Wang yibo