On July 15, Grandview Institution held the 1st "China-ROK Relations - Youth Salon", which focused on the cooperation and prospect of the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and South Korea, inviting Ning Fujui of the former Chinese Embassy in South Korea and Researcher Ko Young-hua of the Center for Korean Peninsula Studies of Peking University to deliver keynote speeches.
Some young scholars, young diplomats, young entrepreneurs and young students from China and South Korea were invited to discuss. They talked about the historic progress and achievements made in the 30th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and South Korea, analyzed the problems and confusions in the interaction between the two countries, searched for the path of cooperation between the two countries in the fields of culture, economy and trade, science and technology, and looked forward to a bright future of mutually beneficial cooperation between China and South Korea in the next 30 years.
NING Fuikui, Former Chinese Embassy in South Korea
KO Young-hua (left), researcher of the Center for Korean Peninsula Studies of Peking University
REN Libo, President of Grandview Institution
KOU Chuanqi, Vice-director of Center for Northeast Studies, GVI