Monday, December 21, 2015

Shadow Shot Sunday and short stroy slam week 35

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Measuring Greatness from the Manger Up

far away from Rome, Italy,
there is a girl named Lily 
and she believes that intelligence is our way of joy
then at middle kingdom,
another girl named Stefanie is born from holly land,
her birth brings happiness to the mother Simone,
yet her dream is always shadowed by unknown figures,
during years of growth and education,
Lily and Stefanie meet,
they compete
and they resent 
until a Kenyan lady Martha 
resides at USA,
through lots of visual and physical work,
ALL three women win fame
and many envy them
and they remain caLM,
although Linda, Julia, Rachel, Matt, Mimi, Frank, and Judy, etc.
all rise higher 
and win fame lots more,
yet maNY PEOPLE appreciate
Lily, Stefanie, and Martha,
because they ARE mostly attacked
and they are mostly considerate.
today when the windows to the world is wide open,
Many more challenges rise,
ann folks always have faith
aND they hope that Mary Fallin
and Jill Biden shall be able to reduce the conflicts
and promote Christina, Lucinda, Beryl, Sheryl, Kara, and Gloria
so that more ladies speak of witty language
and more peace is preserved 
through relaxing efforts. 

Tuesday, December 15, 2015

some creative writers from new york state

Dale Brendel
Chris Day
Jason Elmquist
Hill hunt
James Cross
Susie Glasscock
Mellisa Moore
Ron Denney
Grace Anderson
Joe Toth
Allison Casey
Rick Craven
Angel Roman
Mayur Bakshi
Shraven Shah
Alisha Baghel
Mother Goose Club
Little Baby Bum
Emily McDowell Studio
Bobby Helms
Rajshrilearn Parsuram
Saint Martin's University
Ariana Grande
Nick Jonas
Taylor Swift
Justin Timberlake
Iggy Azalea
Selena Gomez
Falmouth chamber of Commerce
Demi Lovato
Bear in Boots Gastropub
Saltwater Woodworks
Smokey Robinson
Brentwood Tenessee
Arnold Schwarzenegger
New Catalyst Fund
Sebastien Braun
Alex Zamm
Lady Gaga
Shawn Mendes
Kuldeep Manak Ji

Monday, November 30, 2015

somewhere, somehow, people wear costumes and know you, be aware

we never know who is out there
we never know who is outthere

here comes the time
to think of more decent folks,
foks such as Hongbing Li,
do you agree that Baidu Ceo relates to someone you know?

thinking of baidu dot com,
I put Robin Li (Yanhong Li) up,
I believe that the person do honor
HongBing Li, a high school poet who inspires

women's basketball games,
calling us women "Jingguo Heorines"
which is amazing to us,
I include three beautiful talents from Rao Chang middle school

and they are
Jiahong Wu, Kaiming Zhou,
Daxue Wang, and next time, we have another three stars,
Chuanhui Peng, Daihong Zhu, and Hongbing Li

including some one from a different school,
We come to Mingrong Rao, Guoping He,
Li Cheng, Xuezhi Zhang, and Meilin Yang

never mind, this is a record for some special old folks
and now, we say Cheese to google, Larry Page, Sergey Brin,
Eric Schmidt, and we spot Cisco folks and Apple folks,
including yahoo folks, Marissa Mayer, Zach Bogue, Jerry Yang, Steve Jobs, Chuck Robbins

Tuesday, November 10, 2015

short story slam, memory, childhood play toy, and yugen haiku

r is for red radish

The Tuesday Platform

 Carpe Diem Haiku Writing Techniques #18 Yugen haiku

an ongoing seesaw
bumping high and low

two cute hands 
clapping loudly for Lynch

a fresh radish plant
muddy from wet soil


brown furry bear
a soft toy for Prisca Blair
the sweet childhood affair

the sweet childhood affair
as real toads bunny hop the pond
what beautiful rebound

Imaginary Garden With Real Toads

Friday, October 30, 2015

poets united, animation, bluebell books, short story on unexpected, and octoberwrite, sensitivity

Written for Poets United's Midweek Motif: Animation

short story slam week 32: how about stories or experiences unexpected?


Word Prompts:  

Sentence prompts: 
Then it hit me like...
The breeze came through the window...
I love...
Into the puddle...

here is my entry:

past memories resolved
by present cold rain,
not to stir the embers,
not to punch on icy wall,
i let my sensitivity hide behind the door

a shadow under moonlight,
the flash from the gap through the window
all darkness shakes me hard and wide
I trust faith
yet seek love,

the way a foot steps into the puddle
reminds me of the ripples
and some say, stay quiet,
others say, remain calm,
I choose autumn air, free of Facebook follower fight

Monday, October 12, 2015

how about Mellow Yellow monday this time?

Monday Mellow Yellows

amazing and tender,
soft and juicy,
mellow means spring,
yellow implies love of mercy

amazing color,
warm emotions,
let the hot waves melt in icy cold,
let the spicy bud resolve in gentle gold.

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Monday, September 28, 2015

what the Oklahoma City Bombing means to us

 Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial

Posted: Sunday, April 19, 2015 10:18 pm
It’s not fair for us, a group of college students, to pretend to understand the pain of April 19, 1995. Even those of us who grew up in this state cannot act like we fully comprehend what it means. But maybe the beauty from these ashes, the sermon in this tragedy, is that not only do we all know of this event, we all know someone who knows better than us. We might not feel to the degree that others feel, but we know the emotion and the importance behind commemorating the 20th anniversary of Oklahoma’s darkest hour.
We might not completely grasp how the bombing has shaped and changed this state, but every day we live in a place that has rebuilt and grown and transformed into the home we do know so well.
This is what the Oklahoma City Bombing means to us:
“My dad was a couple blocks from the building, and it was terrifying. He told me when I got older that the entire building he was working in shook. When I think of the bombing, it saddens my heart. Even though I’m lucky that I didn’t lose a loved one, I remember the tragic event along with those who did.”
— Rachael Maltby, photo editor

"I visited the Oklahoma City Bombing Memorial as a teenager on one of my first trips to Oklahoma with my family. When I began to fully understand what happened that day, I realized how strong the people of Oklahoma are. I have seen that proven time and time again, especially after the Moore Tornado in 2013. The people of Oklahoma are strong, caring and great."
— Paige Worley, digital editor

 “When the Oklahoma City bombing occurred on April 19, 1995, it shook both the state and the nation. At that time, it was the largest terrorist attack on U.S. soil. But what came from the horrifying experience continues to define Oklahomans today: Resiliency.”
— Tim Ahrens, sports editor

I didn’t grow up in Oklahoma, and I wasn’t even born by April 19, 1995. My mom was pregnant with me at the time and has told me how scared she was for the families of those inside the Alfred P. Murrah Federal Building. But that day, a different family came together as Oklahoman displayed strength, courage and love, unifying the state in a time of tragedy. I likely will never fully comprehend what happened that day, but I am honored to be a part of this Oklahoma family that continues to show those same traits 20 years later.”
— Nathan Ruiz, assistant sports editor
I never cease to be amazed by how strong Oklahomans are. As someone who grew up in Dallas, I had limited knowledge of the OKC bombing. My reaction to gathering knowledge of what happened and what followed was a familiar feeling. It’s the same way I felt when I saw Oklahoma come together following the second Moore tornado and when OSU united to honor a pair of fallen Cowboys. After tragedy, Oklahomans only know how to come together and help each other rebuild. As former President Bill Clinton said, “… we should all live by the Oklahoma Standard — service, honor, kindness.”
— Kieran Steckley, chief content editor
 “I was only 2 when a bomb went off near the Alfred P. Murrah building in Oklahoma City. I don’t remember where I was or what I was doing, but I do have memories of growing up with people who do.
“My earliest memory of the tragedy comes from when I was 8. Living in Edmond, my parents’ landlords told me how their house shook from the explosion. What I remember most from the story is how quickly they reached out to help victims and their families. They weren’t trained first responders, and they didn’t know anyone affected by the bombing. They were just average residents who wanted to help their neighbors. I’ve come to learn this kind of reaction is the norm, not the outlier.
“For all of our faults, we will always look after each other in times of need.”
— Kassie McClung, managing editor
“Growing up in Oklahoma, I’ve been reminded of the despicable tragedy that occurred on April 19, 1995, every year for as long as I can remember. The details still faze me. The photos are still jarring, and I am still unable to visit the memorial without tearing up. The tragedy still breaks my heart. Each year, the anniversary also serves as a humble reminder to cherish the moments I have with my family and friends and never take those moments for granted. It’s also an opportunity for me to reflect on the strength of my city as I’ve watched it grow and bounce back over the 20 years of my life.  I am proud to be from such a resilient community, and I will never forget.”
Kaelynn Knoernschild, news editor

“I was not even 2 years old and had no concept of what suffering was when 168 people died as a result of another man’s madness. I didn’t know much about the events of that day and what happened in the aftermath until I came to Oklahoma three years ago.
“Since, I’ve come to know incredible people whose lives have been impacted by that day. I’ve lived for a summer in Oklahoma City, seen and experienced the beautiful place that has risen from the rubble. Those 168 are not forgotten. They are everywhere. The memory of the bombing and those who died that day is omnipresent.”
—    Cody Stavenhagen, editor-in-chief

Sunday, September 6, 2015

A Song For Fathers Who Love and Care!


Fathers carry hearts of gold,
To make a family complete.
They brave the winter cold,
Enduring summer heat.
Fathers are busy, but
There's always time for us.
They face the uphill trials
And barely fuss.

Fathers are awesome friends
making the ends meet,
They bring home love and meat,
With a father, fun never ends.

education about moore


Higher education

The only post-secondary school physically within Moore is the Hillsdale Free Will Baptist College which has an enrollment of about 225. Moore's neighbor immediately to the south is Norman, Oklahoma, home of the University of Oklahoma. The Moore Norman Technology Center is a public career and technology education center. Its campuses however are outside of Moore in Norman and South Oklahoma City.

Primary and secondary schools

Moore Public Schools has three high schools: Moore, Southmoore, and Westmoore; six junior high schools: Brink, Central, Highland East, Highland West, Moore West, and Southridge; and 24 elementary schools: Apple Creek, Briarwood, Broadmoore, Bryant, Earlywine, Eastlake, Fairview, Fisher, Heritage Trails, Houchin, Kelley, Kingsgate, Northmoor, Oakridge, Plaza Towers, Red Oak, Santa Fe, Sky Ranch, Sooner, South Lake, Southgate-Rippetoe, Timber Creek, Wayland Anders Bonds and Winding Creek.
On May 20, 2013, while classes were in progress, several of Moore's schools were damaged or destroyed by the 2013 Moore Tornado, most notably Plaza Towers Elementary and Briarwood Elementary. However, these schools were rebuilt and reopened for the 2014-15 school year.


Moore is served by the Moore Public Library, which is part of the Pioneer Library System.[30]


Two media outlets focus on the Moore community. Moore Monthly publishes a free monthly print publication while its website provides daily stories and videos about Moore, Norman and south Oklahoma City. The other media outlet is the Moore American.

Moore Veterans Memorial

The City of Moore has funded the construction of a memorial to honor America's veterans and their families. The city renamed JD Estates Park to Veterans Memorial Park, and a memorial is being constructed at the park entrance.
The main feature of the memorial is a 15-foot (4.6 m) black granite obelisk that has the inscription, "May this hallowed ground honor the sacrifice of America's finest veterans, civilians, and their families- past, present, and future. We will never forget." Another major feature of the memorial are five black granite tablets with the seal of the five branches of the American armed forces. At the center of the memorial is a flag plaza with a 30-foot (9.1 m) pole for the American flag and two 25-foot (7.6 m) poles for the Oklahoma flag and the POW/MIA flag. The flag plaza is surrounded by a polished concrete walking area with a stained five-pointed star stretching the entire width and height of the walking area.
A committee was formed to plan the second phase of the Moore Veterans Memorial. A campaign to sell bricks to be placed in the memorial was completed in early 2009. Over 190 bricks were purchased by supporters from the community and surrounding areas. The bricks were placed in the Memorial Wall and Phase II was completed in May 2009.
The Soldiers' Memorial was dedicated on May 15, 2010. It consists of four carved wooden soldiers representing the four major wars since the end of World War I. They include World War II, Korea, Vietnam, and the Afghanistan/Iraq War.[31]
After being destroyed by the May 2013 tornado, the park won the title of "America's Favorite Park"[32] in an online competition sponsored by Coca-Cola, beating out numerous other parks from around the country. First prize was a $100,000 grant, which was combined with other funds to cover the estimated $200,000 in rebuilding expenses. The first steps toward rebuilding began in November 2013, during a groundbreaking ceremony and the awarding of the grant to Mayor Glenn Lewis.[33] The park's playgrounds were estimated to be open to the public in mid-May 2014.[34]

Notable people

Friday, August 7, 2015

Matt Brungardt, Principal

Matt Brungardt, Principal

Matt Brungardt is a professional engineer with experience in project management, telecommunications engineering, civil engineering design and structural engineering. Matt’s telecommunications experience includes project management, design of aerial, buried, and underground cable installations, design of equipment building sites, and coordination of construction and as built drawing preparation for various outside plant facilities across the United States. His civil engineering design experience includes site design for commercial buildings and the preparation of Storm Water Pollution Prevention Plans for various projects. Matt has also been responsible for the structural evaluation and make ready planning for existing utility poles in joint pole use scenarios. 

B.S., Civil Engineering, University of Texas at Arlington, 1986 
M.S. Engineering Management, University of Kansas, 2008 

28 Years 

American Society of Civil Engineers 
National Council of Examiners of Engineers & Surveyors 


New York

Project Management 
Telecommunications Outside Plant Design 
Coordination of Contract Drawing Preparation 
Storm Water Management Engineering 
Joint Use Engineering 
Civil Site Design 
Database Development

Thursday, July 23, 2015

Mulvane, Kansas


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Mulvane, Kansas
Motto: Courtesy, Competence, Commitment
Location within Sedgwick County and Kansas
Location within Sedgwick County and Kansas
Coordinates: 37°28′47″N 97°14′32″WCoordinates: 37°28′47″N 97°14′32″W
Country United States
State Kansas
Counties Sedgwick, Sumner
Incorporated 1883
 • Mayor Shelly Steadman
 • Total 4.52 sq mi (11.71 km2)
 • Land 4.50 sq mi (11.65 km2)
 • Water 0.02 sq mi (0.05 km2)
Elevation 1,234 ft (376 m)
Population (2010)[2]
 • Total 6,111
 • Estimate (2012[3]) 6,267
 • Density 1,400/sq mi (520/km2)
Time zone Central (CST) (UTC-6)
 • Summer (DST) CDT (UTC-5)
ZIP code 67110
Area code 316
FIPS code 20-49100 [4]
GNIS feature ID 0470229 [5]
Mulvane is a city in Sedgwick and Sumner counties in the U.S. state of Kansas. As of the 2010 census, the city population was 6,111.[6]


1915 Railroad Map of Sedgwick County
Mulvane was laid out in 1879[7] at the junction of five Santa Fe rail lines. It is named for Joab R. Mulvane, a railroad official who was instrumental in bringing the Atchison, Topeka, and Santa Fe Railroad to Mulvane.[8]
Mulvane's Main Street follows part of the Sedgwick and Sumner county lines, and the town center is about five miles west of the spot where Sedgwick, Sumner, Butler and Cowley counties meet.
Mulvane is also home of the Patriot Guard Riders. The Patriot Guard was established in Mulvane, Kansas at American Legion Post 136 in 2005. The founding members incorporated the organization as a 501(c)(3) non-profit in the State of Oklahoma on February 21, 2006.


Mulvane is located at 37°28′47″N 97°14′32″W (37.479746, -97.242309).[9] According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has a total area of 4.52 square miles (11.71 km2), of which, 4.50 square miles (11.65 km2) is land and 0.02 square miles (0.05 km2) is water.[1]

Area events and attractions


Historical population
Census Pop.
1880 215
1890 724
1900 667
1910 1,084
1920 1,239
1930 1,042
1940 940
1950 1,387
1960 2,981
1970 3,185
1980 4,254
1990 4,674
2000 5,155
2010 6,111
Est. 2014 6,289 [11] 2.9%
U.S. Decennial Census
Mulvane is part of the Wichita, KS Metropolitan Statistical Area.

2010 census

As of the census[2] of 2010, there were 6,111 people, 2,244 households, and 1,661 families residing in the city. The population density was 1,358.0 inhabitants per square mile (524.3/km2). There were 2,357 housing units at an average density of 523.8 per square mile (202.2/km2). The racial makeup of the city was 94.4% White, 0.6% African American, 1.1% Native American, 0.8% Asian, 0.1% Pacific Islander, 0.7% from other races, and 2.4% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 3.5% of the population.
There were 2,244 households of which 40.4% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 59.3% were married couples living together, 10.5% had a female householder with no husband present, 4.2% had a male householder with no wife present, and 26.0% were non-families. 23.4% of all households were made up of individuals and 10.5% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.70 and the average family size was 3.18.
The median age in the city was 35.1 years. 30.4% of residents were under the age of 18; 6.9% were between the ages of 18 and 24; 25.5% were from 25 to 44; 24.2% were from 45 to 64; and 13.1% were 65 years of age or older. The gender makeup of the city was 48.0% male and 52.0% female.

2000 census

2005 KDOT Map of Sedgwick County showing Mulvane and surrounding communities (map legend)
As of the census[4] of 2000, there were 5,155 people, 1,896 households, and 1,444 families residing in the city. The population density was 2,261.1 people per square mile (873.0/km²). There were 1,963 housing units at an average density of 861.0 per square mile (332.4/km²). The racial makeup of the city was 96.39% White, 0.17% African American, 0.99% Native American, 0.29% Asian, 0.06% Pacific Islander, 0.60% from other races, and 1.49% from two or more races. Hispanic or Latino of any race were 2.58% of the population.
There were 1,896 households of which 41.0% had children under the age of 18 living with them, 63.0% were married couples living together, 9.3% had a female householder with no husband present, and 23.8% were non-families. 21.0% of all households were made up of individuals and 9.1% had someone living alone who was 65 years of age or older. The average household size was 2.69 and the average family size was 3.14.
In the city the population was spread out with 30.4% under the age of 18, 8.4% from 18 to 24, 28.8% from 25 to 44, 20.7% from 45 to 64, and 11.7% were 65 years of age or older. The median age was 34 years. For every 100 females there were 93.1 males. For every 100 females age 18 and over, there were 89.8 males.
The median income for a household in the city was $46,923, and the median income for a family was $56,285. Males had a median income of $39,732 versus $26,797 for females. The per capita income for the city was $19,523. About 2.1% of families and 3.4% of the population were below the poverty line, including 4.0% of those under age 18 and 1.6% of those age 65 or over.


Unified School District 263 operates public schools within the city limits. Mulvane Primary School teaches grades pre-kindergarten through 2nd grade, Mulvane Grade School teaches 3rd grade-5th grade while Mulvane Middle School teaches 6th through 8th, and Mulvane High School teaches 9th though 12th.
Cowley County Community College operates a satellite campus within city limits.

Notable people

Friday, July 3, 2015

Jinan University


From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia
Not to be confused with University of Jinan or National Chi Nan University.
Jinan University
JNU logo.png
Motto 忠信笃敬[1]
Motto in English
loyalty, sincerity, integrity and respect[2]
Established 1906
1958 reestablished
Type National
Chairman Dai Bingguo
President Hu Jun
Academic staff
Students 50,535
Undergraduates 22,527
Postgraduates 10,767
Location Tianhe District, Guangzhou, Guangdong, China
Nickname JNU
Jinan University
Simplified Chinese 暨南大学
Traditional Chinese 暨南大學
Jinan University (JNU) is a public research and comprehensive university based in Guangzhou, Guangdong province, China. It is one of the oldest universities established on mainland China tracing back to the Qing Empire. Its mission is to spread Chinese learning and culture from North to South, and from China overseas. Jinan University was the first university in China to recruit foreign students, and is currently the Chinese university with the largest number of international students.[citation needed]
In 1996, it was included in the state's Project 211 for development of key universities.[citation needed] It is a university administered by the Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of the State Council and the Chinese Ministry of Education.



    Duan Fang and students
    In 1906, Qing Dynasty minister Duan Fang submitted a memorandum to the Guangxu Emperor, proposing that an overseas Chinese school be set up for the purpose of spreading far and wide the enlightening influence of education and strengthening the emotional ties with compatriots overseas. Emperor Guangxu approved of his proposal and thus Duan Fang was honored as the founder of Jinan University. On March 23, 1907. Jinan Academy was founded in Nanjing, becoming the first of its kind in Chinese history and serving as a curtain-raiser for the later development of overseas Chinese education. In 1927, Jinan Academy was renamed Jinan National University, located in Shanghai. After the found of the People's Republic of China (PRC) in 1949, Jinan University was closed and its schools were merged with those of other university such as Fudan University. In 1958, Jinan University was reestablished in Guangzhou.[3]

    University Name

    The name "Ji-Nan" (also Chi-Nan "reaching southward") comes from 'The Classic of History' (Chinese: 書經/书经; Pinyin: Shūjīng; ) which is a compilation of documentary records related to events in ancient history of China. The articles reads, "His speech and teachings spread from north to south, until they reached the four corners of the world." Thus the name "Jinan" conveys the school's mission: to spread Chinese culture and learning from North to South, from China to the rest of the world.[3]


    • 1906 - Jinan Academy, the predecessor of Jinan University was established in Nanjin.
    • 1918 - Jinan Academy moved to Shanghai.
    • 1927 - Jinan Academy was renamed Jinan National University.
    • 1941-1946 - Jinan University moved to Fujian Province during the World War II.
    • 1949 - Jinan National University was merged into Fudan University and Jiaotong University.
    • 1958 - Jinan University was re-established in Guangzhou.
    • 1983 - Jinan University pioneered in the country the implementation of credit system.
    • 1996 - Jinan University passed the pre-examination of “211 program” related department and was put into “the top 100 normal universities” list, which would get prior construction in twenty-first century.
    • 2001 - College of Journalism and Communication, College of Information Science and Technology, College of Foreign Studies, Pharmacy College, Law School and International School were established.
    • 2002 - Jinan University started to launch EMBA Program with approval from the Degree Administration Office of the State Council. As one of the first group of universities.
    • 2006 - The celebration ceremony of the 100th Anniversary of Jinan University was held.
    • 2011 - The Graduate School of Jinan University was established.
    • 2014 - The new campus was established in Guangzhou Higher Education Mega Center.

    Location and Campus

    Library of main campus
    The university has 5 campuses:
    • Main campus, Tianhe District, Guangzhou
    • College of Chinese language and culture, Guangzhou
    • new campus, Guangzhou (Completed in 2014)
    • Zhuhai Campus, Zhuhai
    • Tourism College, Shenzhen


    Jinan University has 27 colleges, comprising 59 departments and offering 89 undergraduate major fields. Among the 55 departments, 43 departments offer master degree programs and 19 departments offer Ph.D degree granting programs. There are 15 postdoctoral research stations, 182 research institutes and 77 labs in Jinan University. The university has four national key disciplines, eight key disciplines of the Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of the State Council, 20 Guangdong Province Level-I key disciplines, and four Guangdong Province Level-II key disciplines. The university also has a key research base of national humanity and social sciences, a teaching and research base for Chinese language and literature of the Education Ministry, a base for national university cultural quality education, a base of national base for teaching Chinese as a foreign language, an educational base for overseas Chinese education of the Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of the State Council and a key research base of humanity and social science of Guangdong Province. Still, the university has one national engineering center, 7 ministerial centers (engineering centers of the Ministry of Education) and provincial centers, and 11 key ministerial and provincial key laboratories. There are 50,535 students in the university, including 10,767 graduates and 22,527 undergraduates. The number of overseas students, including foreign students, overseas Chinese students, students from Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan, is 13,512.
    The current president of the university is Dr. Hu Jun. It has recently started a new undergraduate course MBBS, with indian students mainly.

    University achievements

    • One of the oldest universities in China and one of the “211” key national universities in China
    • The first university in China to recruit foreign students
    • The first university in China to enroll students at both spring and autumn semesters
    • The first university that pioneered the implementation of credit system in China
    • The university with the largest number of overseas students
    • The only university which have alumni in both Chinese and foreign state-level leaders in China[4]


    Jinan University has been active at academic exchanges, and has established academic cooperation or academic exchange liaison with more than 180 universities and research institutes in Asia, America, Europe, and Oceania.[5]
    Now the university has 57 regional alumni associations all over the world.[6]

    Colleges and schools

    JNU gate
    • International School
    • College of Liberal Arts
    • College of Foreign Studies
    • College of Journalism and Communication
    • College of Arts
    • College of Economics
    • Management School
    • Law school
    • Department of international studies
    • College of Intellectual Property
    • College of Science and Engineering
    • College of Information Science and Technology
    • College of Life Science and Technology
    • Medical school
    • The First Clinical Medical School
    • The Second Clinical Medical School
    • Pharmacy College
    • College of Chinese Language and Culture
    • School of Humanities
    • School of Translation Studies
    • International Business School
    • College of Electrical & Information
    • Shenzhen Tourism College of Jinan University
    • Education College

    International School

    International Wall
    International School is a college which provides programs taught exclusively in English. The School was established to cater to the escalating needs of Overseas Chinese and foreign students and selected high-caliber students from China. The Undergraduate Programs include Computer Science (CS), International Economics and Trade(IET), Clinical Medicine(CM), Accounting (CPA Canada), Food Quality and Safety, Pharmacy, Public Administration (ADM), Finance (FNC) and Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery (MBBS).

    Management School

    Base on JNU humanity tradition and accumulation of disciplines, School of Management tries the best to be one of top business schools in China for cultivating talents in management, it has deep understanding in Chinese culture, globalization with modern business education.[7]
    In 2011, Jinan University MBA programs were granted international accreditation of AMBA.[8]

    College of Chinese Language and Culture

    The College was conferred as the "National Base of Teaching Chinese as a Foreign Language" by The Education Ministry, and "Overseas Chinese Education Base" by Overseas Chinese Affairs Office of the State Council. The College has become the top college in South China offering the programs of teaching Chinese as a second or foreign language and overseas Chinese education.
    The college consists of the Department of Teaching Chinese as a Second or Foreign Language, the Department of Overseas Chinese Education, the Department of Applied Linguistics, Pre-University Department, Correspondence Course Department, Overseas Chinese Education Researching Institute, Overseas Chinese Researching Center, and Internet & Educational Technology Center.[9]

    Notable alumni