Invited by International Cooperation and Exchange Center of JUFE, officers from Nanchang Public Security Bureau delivered a campus talk about the legal literacy of entry and exit for the newly arrived JUFE international students on the afternoon of 12th September. All international students and some teachers from the International Cooperation and Exchange Center attended this activity.
Officer Lou Jie and Wang Chen from Nanchang Exit and Entry gave a detailed introduction respectively on procedures, application materials, laws and regulations, passport administration of Visa for Study in China. At the same time, they further talked about some issues of religious belief, traffic safety, personal and property safety, drugs ban, and illegal labor in cases. They also put forward some reasonable and workable suggestions on international students living and studying in China. In the session, students listened carefully, taking notes and took pictures with the phone to put down some vital information. Moreover, some students put forward questions actively after the lecture ended and officers answered their questions with patience. Students also expressed that they would obey China’s laws and regulations, study hard, and live in China with a positive attitude.
Each year, International Cooperation and Exchange Center would organize law education lecture for international students, which is aimed to deepen foreign students’ recognition and understanding of China's laws and regulations for public security administration, strengthen their safety awareness and ensure they would complete their studies in China safe and sound. What’s more, the lecture also helps to manage JUFE’s international students in a more regulated way and facilitates the construction of a “harmonious campus”.