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CWU Holds Award Ceremony for Dr. Feng
China Women’s University (CWU) appointed Dr. Feng Huxiang as honorary professor, and held an award ceremony for him on January 19. Directors from the International Chinese Education Department and Foreign Affairs Office participated in the event.
Feng Huxiang is a scholar famous in Taiwan, former professor of the Philosophy Research Institute of National Central University (NCU), and honorary director of the People’s Service Association Across the Taiwan Strait. He also takes charge of the Taiwan Cross Strait Culture, Education, and Economic Trade Association, and works as visiting professor at the School of Economics and Administration at Tsinghua University.
Feng has researched widely on comparative philosophy, Chinese cultural philosophy, the ideological system of Sun Yat-sen, and Marxist criticism. Following the “China-based” research method, Feng has remained committed to explaining Chinese philosophy within the Chinese paradigm.
Feng said that there may be considerable scope for cross-Strait cooperation in women’s higher education and female leaders training. Women’s universities have unique cultural mission to popularize Chinese culture and family construction, women’s education, and aesthetic education, he said. These universities should also help young women to build cultural confidence.
In the face of social problems, students should hold critical thinking, and solve problems from the perspective of gender culture. Only in this way, could the students give full play to the advantages of gender, and become a contributing member for the rejuvenation of China, Feng added.
Li expressed his heartfelt gratitude towards Feng, and hoped that the professor could fully play his roles as well-known scholar and cross-Strait social activist, establish platforms for the cooperation with higher institutes in Taiwan, and contribute to improving CWU’s international level, and the building of characteristic campus culture.