华东理工大学是中国重点化工特色高校，配合“一带一路”政策的推动，于刚刚结束的 6 月举办了为期 19 天的“一带一路” 沿线国家石化技术管理人才高级研修班。留华同学会共推荐5名学员参与此项课程，分别为郭宝毅、梁金虎、莊思谊、温荣興及陈开辉；他们也顺利完成研修班课程。
研修班课程全程于华东理工大学进行，活动内容涵盖了石油化工行业知识，行业宏 观形势及发展趋势分析专题讲座、到石油化工行业企业参观、实用汉语课程及中国文化体 验及实践。参与者不仅获得石油化工领域的前沿科技动态、更有机会亲身了解实用的研究 技能、拓宽国际化视野，体现理论与实践的并重。
Located in the southwest of Shanghai, East China University of Science and Technology organized the “Belt and Road” Petrochemical Industry Technician and Executive Development Program last June, opened to technicians and executives in the oil and chemical industry from countries along the Belt and Road, including Malaysia.
Cheng Shi Yih, Koh Poh Yee, Leong King Ho, Tan Khai Wei and Wan Yoon Hin were nominated respectively by The Association of Graduates from Universities and Colleges of China, Malaysia to join the program as Malaysian representatives. They also received full scholarship from the Shanghai Government covering training fees, accommodation and board.
This 3 week program consisted of 4 different modules, which were: Lectures and Seminars on knowledge, macro situation and development trend in the Petrochemical Industry, Enterprises visit, Practical Chinese Courses and Chinese Culture Experience.
According to candidate Koh Poh Yee, the program is not only highly informative and educational, but also diverse in content as the hosting university specially arranged interesting Chinese Culture Classes for the attendees. Koh says that members of the program attended a forum participated by talents and professionals from the Petrochemical Industry in China, which was a truly exciting experience.
Leong King Ho also mentioned that although three weeks seemed like a long duration for the program, but he actually felt that time was too short when they were about to leave. The modern facilities of the host university was impressive and the overall program gave him a clearer understanding of the relationship of China and its “Belt and Road” countries through a financial and economic point of view.
Other than that, Cheng Shi Yih and Tan Khai Wei both agreed that the program also opened new doors to friendships and connections all over the world. They had the opportunity to befriend and spend time with other program candidates from different countries, gaining new along the way, which was very rewarding.
Lastly, President of Association Bock Chek Lim promised to introduce more informative and educational programs such as the above. He expressed that the association is more than happy to nominate interested individuals and professionals to attend such courses, hence achieving the aim to play a role in enhancing the relations and communication between Malaysia, China and other Belt and Road countries.