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HAITC holds meeting on rectifying work styles

Updated: May 28, 2021

The HNU-ASU Joint International Tourism College of Hainan University (HNU), HAITC, held a meeting on rectifying work styles on May 14. He Yingmin, Party secretary of the college, chaired the meeting. All members of the leadership team, heads of departments, and administrative staff attended.


HAITC holds a meeting on rectifying work styles on May 14.

Secretary He first conveyed the spirit and requirements of HNU on strengthening work style rectification. She emphasized that all departments should closely unite around the Party central committee, unify their thinking in accordance with the deployment of the school, fully realize the importance and urgency of work style rectification, and improve the level of service and management.

“It is necessary to adhere to the combination of theory and practice, continue to promote the high-quality development of the college, promote the pace of building the school with world-class disciplines and as one of the first-class universities in China, and resolutely assume the responsibility of serving the Hainan Free Trade Port and the Hainan International Innovative Education Island,” said He.

Wang Lin, dean of HAITC, pointed out in her speech that the college attaches great importance to work style rectification and construction.“Since the establishment of the college, all departments have adhered to the down-to-earth attitude, have treated all the tasks with their original intentions, and have achieved relatively excellent results in school management,” said Wang.

Wang emphasized that it is necessary to see the new situation and changes in the development of higher education in China, seize the new opportunities and challenges of Sino-foreign cooperation institutions, strengthen innovation, strive to improve work efficiency, and carry out internal rectification.

At the meeting, Li Meizhen and Zhang Xianfeng, vice-deans of the college, also gave speeches on teaching and scientific research.