Zeren Wangmu is editor-in-chief of Sichuan National Education News and vice-chair of the Social Welfare Association of Aba Daily. She received a three-year Bachelor degree in Chinese Language and Literature from Maerkang RTVU, and benefited a great deal from the work-study format in which the programme was run.
Li Hongwei, a member of the Communist Party of China (CPC), is the Party secretary and director of the Shenyang branch of the Prison Administration Bureau in Liaoning Province. During his thirty years of working as a policeman, he has remained true to his mission, and has had no regrets about remaining loyal to the Party, the people, and his profession.
Pan Chengsen, an Information Management major from spring 2015 until January 2018, is chair of Guangdong Kasrrow Technology Development LLC.
Yang Bozun, a native of Tianjin, has been fond of both music and sports since childhood. He began to play guitar and piano at age three, and started swimming in primary school, winning several swim competitions in Tianjin while doing well at school. However, an eye disease caused him to drop out of school in grade 8, and by September 2005 he was blind.
In order to review the history of the university and look back over the hardworking years, the university has organised a special interview with well-known course leaders and chief editors on the occasion of the 40th anniversary of the founding of the Open University of China (OUC).
A series of academic seminars jointly organised by the OUC General Office of Party and the Administration and Education Research Institute, an integral part of the series of activities celebrating the 40th anniversary of the founding of the Open University of China (OUC), has successfully concluded.
On 20 June 2019, the Open University of China (OUC) held a symposium for famous teachers and experts at its Wukesong campus to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the OUC, showcase the achievements of the school since its establishment, and review the forty years of hard work.