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The seminar "Entrepreneurship and Industrial Cultural Heritage: the Zhang Family and Modern Chinese Industry" was held in Wuhu, Anhui Province

Time:December 2, 2019    clicks:

At 9: 00 a.m. on November 28, 2019, the seminar "Entrepreneurship and Industrial Cultural Heritage: the Zhang Family and Modern Chinese Industry" jointly sponsored by Institute of Modern Chinese History of CCNU and School of History and Society of Anhui Normal University was successfully held in Wuhu Central City Hotel.

   Fu Haiyan, the deputy dean of History and Culture School of CCNU, presided over the meeting. Firstly, Zhu Jiacun, the vice president of Anhui Normal University, gave a welcome speech. In the keynote speech stage, Sun Xing , the deputy director of the Industrial Culture Development Center of the Ministry of Industry and Information Technology, Xu Bin, the deputy dean of the History and Sociology School of Anhui Normal University, and Yan Peng, the associate professor of the Institute of Modern Chinese History of CCNU, all made speeches on relevant issues. At the guest speaking stage, Mr. Zhang Kaihe, a direct descendant of Zhang Weifan, Zhu Qingshan, the representative of Maanshan Iron and Steel Group, and Mr. Zhang Jincai, the former deputy secretary of the Party Committee of Dugang Village, Hefu Town, Huzhou City, also spoke on the Zhang family's history and mine development and enterprise transformation in Ma 'anshan in recent years. Finally, Director Ma Min concluded the meeting that the study of combining enterprise history with family history was in line with the development characteristics of Chinese industry, and the entrepreneurial spirit advocated by us at present should be compared and combined with the study of Confucian merchant spirit in history.

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