On May 25, 2017, the signing ceremony of the strategic cooperation between Fazheng Group and Daohe Co., Ltd. was held in Beijing International Convention Center. In the meeting, the deputy chairman and chief executive officer of Fazheng Group – Ms. Pan Jun, of Perth in Western Australia and the chairman of Daohe Co., Ltd. – Ms. Chen Lili signed the Strategic Cooperation Framework Agreement. The senior manager of the Fazheng Group Education Division – Li Xinyi, the manager of the Study Department of Fazheng International Education Investment Co., Ltd. – Zhang Jing and the planning director of Beijing Furun International Media Advertising Co., Ltd. – Liu Zhaoyi attended the signing ceremony.
2017 was the 45th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Australia. Foreign Minister Wang Yi proposed in the fourth round of China-Australia diplomacy and strategic dialogue that the two sides should continue to expand all-round cooperation and enhance the overall strategic partnership level. In March, Premier Li Keqiang visited Australia and had extensive contact with people from all walks of life in Australia. The two sides achieved a number of results in intergovernmental and commercial cooperation to promote the healthy and stable development of China-Australia comprehensive strategic partnership. Education exchanges and cooperation have always been one of the highlights of China-Australia relations. In this context, Fazheng Group responded to the government’s call and actively explored multi-faceted cooperation with Australia based on its own educational and medical development.
Ms. Chen Lili is not only a city councillor in Perth in Western Australia and the chairman of Daohe Co., Ltd., but also the chairman of the Australian Chinese Women’s Federation, the chairman of the Australian Overseas Chinese Women’s Committee, a candidate for the Western Australian House of Commons in 2017, and the editor-in-chief of the Australian Immigration News, so she enjoys great reputation and fame in Western Australia and throughout Australia. Under the leadership of Ms. Chen Lili, Daohe Co., Ltd. conducts extensive exchanges and cooperation with Asia and China to provide services such as resources connection, cooperative visits and international education for overseas companies and personnel. This time, it established a strategic partnership with Fazheng Group, to have resource integration and cooperation with the Group’s education and medical services, and develop more cooperation with the overseas Chinese for Chinese as a foreign language, the China-Australia Research Micro-Study Program, the China-Australia exchange student and credit program, development of cooperative schools, partnership schools and branch schools of Royal School in Australia, and exchanges in the medical field between China and Australia.
“In recent years, the educational exchanges and cooperation between China and Australia have been developing well. The educational markets and resources in the two countries are clearly complementary and there is great potential for cooperation. “Ms. Chen Lili stated that she hopes to deepen cooperation with Fazheng Group, to jointly promote the exchange and development of China-Australia international education and medical care.
Ms. Pan Jun expressed her warm welcome to Ms. Chen Lili and highly recognized the cooperation between the two parties. “Ms. Chen Lili, as an outstanding representative of overseas Chinese in Australia, is committed to building education, cultural exchange and cooperation between China and Australia, and her vision and philosophy coincide with those of Fazheng Group. I am very pleased to have the opportunity to form a strategic partnership with Daohe Co., Ltd., to build a bridge between China and Australia for cooperation and exchange. In recent years, Fazheng Group has opened cooperation arrangements for education and medical care in North America, Europe and countries along Belt and Road. Australia is also an extremely important part of Chinese students’ eagerness to study abroad and invest in as immigrants.”
The general manager Pan further stated that she believes our students, including those in many branches and cooperative schools established in other provinces and cities in China will have increasing requirements for studying in Australia. By complementing each other’s advantages and integrating resources, not only in terms of Chinese overseas students and cultural exports, but also in the areas of China-Australia cooperation in the field of educational derivatives and even medical and scientific and technological cooperation, both sides will continue to achieve new heights in cooperation and development.