SUEP Branch of Western Returned Scholars Association Conducts “Four Histories” Learning and Education Activity

In response to the requirements of the Party Committee of SUEP on the Implementation Plan for Learning the History of CPC, the History of New China, the History of Reform and Opening up, and the History of Socialist Development, on the afternoon of June 9, the SUEP Branch of Western Returned Scholars Association carried out an online meeting of learning the “four histories”, which was presided over by Zhu Qunzhi, vice president of SUEP Branch of the Association.

Li Yanling, president of SUEP Branch of the Association, pointed out that to further learn the “four histories”, it is necessary to combine theory and practice; and by learning them, we should seize a new round of development opportunities, and devote ourselves to work with great enthusiasm.

Besides, Professor Zhou Huijie, secretary of the united Party branch of SUEP, was invited to give a special report at the meeting. First, she noted that taking history as a mirror, one can know the rise and fall. Then, about the specific content of the “four histories”, Professor Zhou put forward that, first, the leadership of the Communist Party of China (CPC) is the main line of the “four histories”; second, the history of New China is the practice history of CPC in promoting the construction of New China; third, the history of reform and opening up is the practice history of CPC in promoting the self-improvement and development of the socialist system; fourth, CPC has always been the most important participant and the most powerful force in leading the development of socialism in the world.

In the end, Zhu Qunzhi delivered a concluding speech. He said that the inspiring report made by Professor Zhou makes us more confident in the superiority of the socialist system with Chinese characteristics. Learning the “four histories” is a long-term process; we should study them carefully, and give full play to the intelligence of returned students in order to promote the implementation of the “first step” development strategy -- building the school into a high-level application-oriented university.