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2023 Autumn-Winter University Open Day at SHUTCM


Shanghai University of Traditional Chinese Medicine (SHUTCM) successfully hosted a campus open day on November 16, attracting 63 participants from 17 countries and regions. This vibrant event provided a unique opportunity for attendees to gain a deeper understanding of the university and its culture.

The event officially commenced at 10:00 a.m. and continued until 2:00 p.m., featuring a variety of engaging activities. Among them, the highly anticipated Winter Wellness lecture drew the attention of numerous participants. Professors expertly delved into the essentials of winter health, sparking enthusiastic discussions among attendees.

Furthermore, the event included a learning curriculum consultation area, providing international guests with the chance to understand the specialized academic system of SHUTCM. Teachers from the admissions office patiently addressed questions from students and parents from different countries, offering a comprehensive insight into the university's curriculum and academic atmosphere.

In the traditional exercise area, participants actively engaged in the experience of traditional exercises, immersing themselves in the unique charm of Chinese culture. This segment not only facilitated communication among international participants but also allowed everyone to firsthand experience the profound richness of Chinese traditional culture.

The Shanghai Chinese Medicine Museum became a highlight of the open day. Visitors delved into the exhibition, gaining a deeper understanding of the historical origins and development of traditional Chinese medicine, opening a window for them to explore traditional Chinese medicine.

The campus open day not only served as an academic platform for international participants but also facilitated their integration into the university's cultural atmosphere. The successful event not only showcased the academic charm of SHUTCM but also laid a solid foundation for attracting more international students in the future.