On 15 April, 2019, a Sichuan Radio and TV University (Sichuan RTVU) Leadership Workshop was held at the Open University of China (OUC).

On the afternoon of 2 April 2019, a launch ceremony for the learner development reform implemented by Sichuan Radio and TV University (Sichuan RTVU) by bridging secondary (higher) vocational education with Sichuan RTVU’s junior college (undergraduate) degree programmes on the basis of the credit bank for lifelong education in Sichuan.

The key to strong villages and rich farmers is talent, and the focus of rural revitalisation is on talent development. Moreover, village-level Party secretaries are essential to this. Recently, the 2019 rural-revitalisation training class for village-level Party secretaries concluded at Lishui Radio and TV University (Lishui RTVU).

On 15 March, 2019, Shandong Radio and TV University (RTVU) signed an agreement with Rizhao Agricultural, Marine Engineering, and Science and Technology Secondary Schools to cooperate on technical secondary-school education of rural grassroots cadres.

On the afternoon of 24 March, 2019, the Open Education School of Zhejiang RTVU awarded degrees for the spring 2019 semester and held the freshman opening ceremony.

Recently, on the campus of Zhejiang Radio and Television University (Zhejiang RTVU), a contest related to traditional Chinese culture has been in full swing. A series of educational films on local traditional culture were created by the RTVU, and an online competition related to its content was set up on the Zhejiang Learning Network. Nearly 10,000 students from the provincial RTVU system have participated, and it has gained a large social-media following in Zhejiang.

During Spring Festival, in order to help students with disabilities in the school enjoy a fun, happy festival, the Open University of China (OUC) Xiamen branch’s Zixuan tutorial centre carried out fund raising and activities themed around “Caring for and sending warmth to the disabled during Spring Festival” with 28 student families who are particularly poor or have multiple disabled family members in Xiangan District, Xiamen.

Modern History and Culture of North China, a collection of essays from a column in the Journal of Hebei Radio & TV University, was published recently by Hebei Education Press. The essays were selected from among 31 outstanding academic articles published in the journal’s Modern History and Culture of North China column. The book is broken into six chapters: culture, society, economy, figures, education, and military affairs.