The objective of the Johns Hopkins–Nanjing University Center for Chinese and American Studies (known as the Hopkings–Nanjing Center) is to foster mutual understanding and appreciation between China and the West, and to train students with an interest in becoming leaders in Sino-Western relations. It is the only joint-university program of its type in China.

The Johns Hopkins University–Nanjing University Center for Chinese and American Studies (known as the Hopkings–Nanjing Center) was established in 1986 by then–Johns Hopkins University president Steven Muller and then–Nanjing University president Kuang Yaming. Its mission is to train future leaders involved in Sino-Western relations and to improve mutual understanding and relations between China and the West by bringing people together for a period of intense exposure to each other’s history, culture, contemporary thought, and society.

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By |2014-12-16T17:05:41-05:00January 23rd, 2012|Berkshire Encyclopedia of China, Organizations and Institutions with China Focus|Comments Off on Hopkins–Nanjing Center (Huòpǔjīnsī Dàxué Nánjīng Zhōngxīn 霍普金斯大学南京中心)|Huòpǔjīnsī Dàxué Nánjīng Zhōngxīn 霍普金斯大学南京中心 (Hopkins–Nanjing Center)

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