In the morning of November 24th, 12 international students from the class of 2019 visited the China Securities Museum to learn China's capital market reform and opening up.
The museum was built on the former site of Pujiang Hotel (better known as Astor House Hotel) by China Securities Regulatory Commission in 2018. As the only national museum in the securities and futures industry in China, it implements a curator responsibility system under the leadership of the State Council. China Securities Museum is a national collection and exhibition center for securities and futures collections, international exchange center for financial cultures and education center for financial securities knowledge.
This field study was one of the “Reading China” course series. The Department of International Graduate Education has overcome tremendous difficulties to carry out this field study to keep to the academic schedule under the pandemic.