Peking University Nanjing Alumni Association and Law School Student Practice Group Inter-sessional Symposium and Law School Jiangsu Alumni Branch “Boya Bookstore” co-construction activities were successfully held
On July 8, 2018, Peking University Law School 2018 Summer Social Practice Nanjing Group held a discussion and exchange with Peking University's Ning Alumni in the "1898 Tea Bookstore" of the Peking University Nanjing Alumni Association Activity Base. The alumni sincerely shared their campus story, workplace experience and life sentiment. The whole atmosphere was warm and warm, and the students were deeply inspired. Wang Guangjun, a 1983 undergraduate alumnus of the Peking University Law School and a vice president and secretary general of the Jiangsu (Nanjing) Branch of the Peking University Law School Alumni Association, presided over the meeting. Lu Xinxin, deputy director of the Law School Alumni Office, attended the meeting.
Gui Aiping, a 1973 alumna of the Peking University History Department and a vice president and secretary-general of the Nanjing Alumni Association of Peking University, gave a welcome speech. Secretary-General Gui Aiping first reviewed the history and development history of the Nanjing University Alumni Association of Peking University. The Alumni Association was registered in 1986. It consists of five branches, including youth, finance, medicine, law, and geography. It covers a wide range of alumni. Various cultural activities such as calligraphy salons and reading clubs have been carried out. Secretary-General Gui Aiping said that the symposium with the practice group is on the occasion of the 120th anniversary of Peking University. This valuable communication opportunity has made the alumni and the school, alumni and alumni, alumni and students more closely connected. She warmly welcomed the arrival of the students of the practice group.
The next step was the sharing of this symposium. The first alumnus sharing the experience was Chen Shu, a 1982 alumnus of Peking University Law School and CEO of Jiangsu Huihong International Group Co., Ltd. He shared the experience of Law graduates working in state-owned enterprises. Chen Shu recalled the time spent in the law school of Peking University, and felt that Peking University gave his own broad vision, good habits and ways of thinking. Chen Shu advised students to maintain their ability to continue learning, and to properly study knowledge in other fields, enhance teamwork, and always be responsible and self-motivated.
Subsequently, Xu Jun, a 1987 master alumnus of Peking University Law School and a professor at Hehai University, talked about his thoughts on how law school students participate in practice. Prof. Xu Jun was very grateful to Peking University for giving his professional knowledge and vision. He hoped that the students would cherish this valuable platform to study hard and keep searching. In terms of social practice, Prof. Xu Jun believed that it was necessary to pay attention to the practice.
The third sharer is Wang Houhai, a 1987 undergraduate alumnus of Peking University Law School and deputy secretary-general of Jiangsu Alumni of Peking University Law School. He shared his experience in working at a law firm. After graduating from law school, he was assigned to a state-owned office and has extensive agency experience. His advice to the students was to choose the law firm of the big city in employment and maintain a good learning method.
Then, Gan Kaiyun, Peking University Law School's 2013 Master Alumni, who was elected to the Jiangsu Provincial Government Office, introduced the situation of the Central and Jiangsu Province Elected Student. Gan Kaiyun shared his experience and skills in participating in the selection test, and also put forward his own views and feelings on the characteristics and status quo of the civil service industry.
The fifth sharer is Song Jian, a 1977 undergraduate alumnus of Peking University Law School, a member of the Judicial Committee of the Jiangsu Higher People's Court, a deputy inspector, and a second-level senior judge. For the students of the law school, the key words of life given by Judge Song Jian were “focus” and “professional”. He said that no matter whether you are engaged in any work or not, you must always uphold the ideal of the rule of law, focus on your current work, and continually invest time and energy. Do experts in a certain field, but also remove the impetuous and meticulous mind.
Later, Liu Jiayun, a 1984 alumnus of Peking University Law School and the Director of the Public Prosecution Division of the People's Procuratorate of Jiangsu Province, shared his experience in working in the government.
Huang Xiumei, a 1983 undergraduate alumna of Peking University Law School and a professor at Nanjing University Law School, shared her four insights. Prof. Huang Xiumei thought that believed that college students, especially those in key universities, should cultivate a sense of mission and responsibility and pay attention to the lowest level of society. Prof. Huang emphasized that learning at school should learn all kinds of knowledge, and enhance one's humanistic literacy.
Xiong Kangsheng, a 2009 alumnus of Peking University's HSBC Business School and a university graduate who works at the grassroots level in Nanjing, shared his experience in grassroots work. In 2007, Xiong Kangsheng came to Zhangcun Community, Dongshan Street, Jiangning District, Nanjing as a “college graduate village official”. He was the first university student village official from Peking University in Nanjing. His advice was that the grassroots staff must be able to put down the shelf and integrate into the masses, be able to do practical things, and pay attention to coordination with the superior organization department. He sincerely thanked the alumni association for their warm support. The life guidance and similar experiences of the alumni made their tempering more valuable.
Jia Lei, a 2013 Ph.D. alumnus from the School of Marxism at Peking University, who works at the Propaganda Department of the Jiangsu Provincial Party Committee, suggested that before entering the society, the most important thing is to cherish the time of studying, to cultivate the ability of critical thinking through daily reading, to cultivate the spirit of independent thinking, and to maintain a humble and grateful heart.
Later, Zhu Feng, a 1981 undergraduate alumni of Peking University School of International Studies and a special professor at Nanjing University, emphasized that humanism and critical spirit are the wealth of Peking University students. We must learn to be firm, and to adopt the liberal tradition and the spirit of criticism. The vision has been maintained and passed down for a long time. Prof. Zhu reminded students to pay attention to emotional intelligence, so we must combine learning and practice, continue to learn, and constantly think.
After listening to the sincere sharing of the alumni, the leader of the student practice team and the master of the Peking University Law School, Jiang Hanyun, reported to the alumini the feelings of the whole process and the symposium. On behalf of all the members of the practice group, Jiang Hanyun first expressed her gratitude to the outstanding Peking University alumni in Nanjing. Jiang Hanyun said that she was honored to bring the greetings from Peking University students to Nanjing, and to bring the experience and teachings of Peking University Nanjing alumni back to Peking University and share them with more students. Finally, on behalf of the younger schoolamtes, Jiang Hanyun welcomed the alumni to return to Peking University.
Finally, Lu Xinxin, deputy director of the Peking University Law School Alumni Office, summed up his speech. On behalf of Peking University Law School leaders and alumni office teachers, Mr. Lu expressed sincere gratitude to the alumni for their support. This is the first step in the practice of connecting students and alumni. In addition, Mr. Lu also envisioned the future direction of the Law School Alumni Association to serve alumni, and help alumni, and strive to spread more alumni resources and experience to the teachers and students of the school, to create a student resource community of law school. Finally, Mr. Lu once again represented the college to congratulate the alumni and students on the cross-session activities and the construction of the Boya Bookstore co-construction activities, and hoped that there would be more and more such creative interaction activities in the future.
This event not only provided a valuable communication opportunity for Peking University alumni and colleges and students in Nanjing, but also integrated resources from Peking University Law Library. It was from alumni of Peking University Nanjing Alumni Association, Law Library and Graduate Association. The college and students have jointly built the "Boya Bookstore". "Boya Bookstore" will not only be a sustainable and learning-type cultural exchange platform for Peking University alumni and students in Nanjing, but also an important link for connecting lawmakers at Peking University.
Translated by Chen Qingqing
Edited by Liu Shuo