CUHK(SZ) Holds the Jinxin Group Scholarship Donation Ceremony
Jinxin Group generously donated RMB1,000,000 to set up Jinxin Group Scholarship and Financial Aid to award and support students with good grades and financial needs.
On September 22, a donation ceremony was held at CUHK (SZ) (“University”). Present at the ceremony were Mr. Jianwei Zhang, President of Jinxin Group, Mrs. Xiaoshan Zhang, Executive Vice President of Jinxin Group, Mr. Hongcheng Zhang, Vice President of Jinxin Group, Professor Yangsheng Xu, President of CUHK (SZ) and other senior university officers.
On behalf of the University, President Xu presented Mr. Zhang a certificate of appreciation and an oil painting extolling the virtues of honesty and compassion to thank Jinxin Group for their consistent support to the University.
Professor Xu addressed that one of the purposes to found the University is to support the long-term development of Shenzhen and the Pearl River Delta region and to nurture high-end talent equipped with professional knowledge and global perspectives to meet the needs of social and economic development in this region. “We want the University to contribute to the overall development of the city. We want it to become a city university, serving businesses and peoples residing in the city. We want to see the University to interact with those enterprises and peoples.” Professor Xu said.
Mr. Zhang also expressed his desire to become a good CSR citizen, as education is the basis on which a nation is to rise up and prosper. Jinxin Group has donated over RMB10 million to support projects in poverty alleviation, college, middle school and elementary education, and culture and arts. The total number of beneficiaries has amounted up to hundreds of thousands of people.
Mr. Li, a recipient of the scholarship, believes that a scholarship is more about inspiring students to pursue academic excellence and achieve improvement than about receiving some money. “We will cherish the valuable scholarship, work hard, one step at a time, face the difficulties and strive for better grades.”
The University has set up an entrance scholarship to support good students from poor families. A hundred freshmen received it in 2016, and 21 of those from poverty-stricken regions received RMB4.2 million scholarship grants over a period of four years.