March 16 marked Professor Wu Hongqing’s 60th birthday and his retirement from the Open University of China (OUC), formerly known as China Central Radio and Television University, (CCRTVU). Choking back emotion as he spoke, Wu said, “When I was young, I didn’t feel the passage of time. Only now, as I look back upon the past, do I realize how short life is.

A few days ago, Lv Yana, an undergraduate student of the class of the spring of 2013 majoring in administrative management at Ninghai RTVU won the silver prize in the professional group during the finals of the “2013 Yue Opera Actress Competition”, held by the traditional opera channel of CCTV, as well as the award for “Most Popular” in the competition.

The former Vice President of the China Central Radio and TV University (CCRTVU), Professor Sun Lvyi, donated a total of 65 books of 15 varieties, which she had been collecting for dozens of years, to the Open University of China (OUC). The donation ceremony was held on the morning of March 10th in the Wukesong Campus of the OUC.

Peng Tao is a teacher and the Vice President of Chengdu RTVU School for the Disabled. He has been involved in the work of education for the disabled since 2003, and helped establish Chengdu RTVU School for the Disabled in 2010. Over the course of his ten-year involvement in education for the disabled,

In the recently published results of the national moral model and moral pacesetter programme, Ruan Wenpin, from Nonghuai Primary School of the central school in Xiajia Town, Lingyun County of Baise, the excellent student of Guangxi Radio and TV University (RTVU), was named “2013 National Moral Pacesetter”. 

On October 13th, the National Opening Ceremony of the 2013 Lifelong Learning Activity Week was held in the Binhai New Area of Tianjin. At the ceremony, the list of 104 “Grassroots Learning Stars” was revealed, including Shao Denghui, who was recommended by Ningbo Radio and TV University (RTVU, aka Ningbo Community College.

Liu Zhanrong arrived at China Central Radio and TV University (CCRTVU) in 1994, having just graduated from Northeast Normal University. In the 19 years that he has worked at CCRTVU (now the OUC) he has become a true “elder” of the university. He first started as a teacher at the School of Foreign Languages, and later worked as the director of the Teaching and Research Section, assistant dean, and then vice dean.