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Poland's First Lady Anna Komorowska visits BFSU

By Wang Jinxue (People's Daily Online)

13:09, June 04, 2012

Poland's First Lady Anna Komorowska visited Beijing Foreign Studies University (BFSU) on June.1 during her visit to China.

Prof. Yang Xueyi, Chairman of the university Council warmly welcomed the delegation on behalf of BFSU. He said that Polish President Bronislaw Komorowski visited BFSU on Dec. 20, 2011, and it was a great honor for BFSU to have Poland's First Lady Anna Komorowska here five months after the President's visit.

China and Poland have carried out education exchanges since 1950s. BFSU set up Polish major in 1954. Yi Lijun, a professor with BFSU has made outstanding achievements in translating Polish literature, and was honored by the Polish government for many times.

BFSU has established good partnerships with many Polish universities, such as University of Warsaw, University of Lodz.

Anna Komorowska held a warm discussion with the teachers and students majoring in Polish at BFSU. She spoke highly of the work BFSU has done to promote academic exchanges and friendship between the two countries.


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