Chinese stamp to mark Wuhan University’s 120th Anniversary

Chinese stamp to mark Wuhan University’s 120th Anniversary

China Post published a stamp commemorating the 120th anniversary of Wuhan University (1893-2013) Wuhan, Central China's Hubei province, on Nov 29. The stamp is valued at 1.2 yuan ($0.2). The Wuhan University Library is featured in the design, which embodies the energy, vitality and spirit of the century- old school.

During the celebration faculty, students, and guests from around the world gathered for the grand event.

Notable guests at the celebration included: Nobel Prize in Literature winner Jean Marie Gustave Le Clezio, Nobel Prize in Economics winner Christopher A. Pissarides, Vice President of Delft University of Technology Peter Wieringa, leaders from collaborative universities, thousands of alumni from home and abroad, the daughter of WHU previous president Wang Shijie - Professor Wang Qiuhua, son of Li Da - Professor Li Tianxin, members of the press, members of the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) and Chinese Academy of Engineering (CAE), senior professors in humanities and social sciences, along with WHU leaders, faculty and student representatives.

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