Achieving Chinese Dream through Entrepreneurship and Innovation in Higher Education

Lucy Lu

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    Abstract

    Define Chinese Dream The concept of Chinese Dream was first raised by President Xi Jinping in 2013 as an important strategic blueprint for the sustainable development of China. The Chinese dream includes two key elements: (1) the dream of individual Chinese; (2) the renewal of the Chinese nation; In addition, the Chinese Dream also reflects a new era of China’s foreign policies to the rest of the world The purpose of this workshop is to : First of all explore and meanings of Chinese Dream and identify how Chinese Dreams are interprented and understood wihtin the academic field. Secondly discuss and explore how the role of Universities in developing and embedding entrepreneural skills and innovation capabilities within the current curriulums and systems to help Chinese students fulfill their indivdiual dreams in the global environment, as part of the long term vision of Chinese Dream. Finally, identify any challenges and barrers for developing entreprenurhsip education and innovation in Chinese universities and potential solutions.
    Original languageEnglish
    Publication statusPublished - 27 May 2014
    EventCAMOT International Conference - Beijing, P.RChina
    Duration: 27 May 2014 → …
    http://www.camot.org/2014conference/

    Conference

    ConferenceCAMOT International Conference
    Period27/05/14 → …
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