CCMC Carried out Special Education Activities on Foreign Etiquette


From Nov. 14 to 22, the Joint Safety Management Department of the International Cooperation and Exchange Center of our University launched three special education activities on foreign etiquette.


Due to regional and cultural differences, misunderstandings, contradictions and conflicts in the field of foreign-related international affairs have occurred frequently in recent years. Deputy director Deng Chunmei described the principles of appearance, punctuality, non-humility, homecoming and following the custom, and emphasized the common sense of national security and campus foreign-related security in foreign-related International affairs.

It is understood that foreign-related etiquette is the customary practice of maintaining one's own image and showing respect and friendship to foreign contacts.