Where is the aspiration to fight for? The wind and rain can still wait for the sky-an open letter from the alumni of the Hanqing Research Institute
We were shocked, puzzled, regretful, confused and sad to hear the news that the Hanqing Research Institute will be disbanded.
As graduated alumni, most of us have not closely tracked the specific teaching and research status of Hanqing, but we still maintain the love, care and return within our capacity for our alma mater: we can always see Hanqing The industry and academia continue to export outstanding juniors and juniors; we always remember to go home and have a look, share workplace experience with juniors and juniors, and discuss academic issues; we always pay attention to and look forward to the social media in the circle of friends, news, and seminars. Qing’s grades, Han Qing’s voice, Han Qing’s bit by bit.
Ever since we got to work, faced with different environments and engaged in different jobs, perhaps we were stumbling and stumbled, but we have never forgotten everything we experienced at Hanqing: Gao Hong, Gao Wei, Gao Ji, financial statements that we have learned The knowledge of analysis may be ambiguous in memory, but the knowledge of economic and financial logic, the attitude of rigorous scholarship, and the responsibility for benefiting the country and the people that have been honed in the process have become the motivation and foundation for us to continue to move forward; for various formulas , Theorems, and proof questions may not be as precious as they were back then, but the Hanqing spirit of “being a man, doing things and learning” and “aspiring to be high and down-to-earth” has become clearer every time when faced with choices and difficulties.
Hanqing is our home and our pride. We also hope that one day we can become the pride of Hanqing. “Science is important to people and science is important to people. People are known by science.” From the beginning of the difficult construction of the hospital to now, Hanqing and Hanqing’s spirit have become well-known through the joint efforts of everyone. Perhaps it is still immature, and only generations of Han youths continue to work hard. Students, graduate alumni, and teachers are all duty-bound to dissolve it lightly. What’s more, the abolition of the First House is not only about the adjustment of administrative personnel, but also about the survival of a spirit, the survival of everyone’s spiritual home, and the original intention of “looking forward, down-to-earth, accumulating and integrating Chinese and Western”. Explain the mission.
Han Qing students once expressed their ambitions in poems:
Economic prosperity is not a dream, and there is no basis to enrich the country and the people.
And with lofty ambitions to fight Xiao Han, look at the wind and rain waiting for the sky.
So sentimental, so affectionate. Therefore, when we heard the news of the dissolution, we were particularly shocked and puzzled, but there is nowhere to get an explanation of the reasons for the dissolution, nor can we know whether we can do our best. Full of nostalgia for the life of Hanqing, awe of the spirit of Hanqing, and expectation for the development of Hanqing, we hope to know the details of the dissolution and merger, and call on all parties to try their best to overcome difficulties and allow the spirit of Hanqing to continue. Hanqing students keep their homes and work harder for Hanqing’s mission.
Mo is a flash in the pan, wishing the foundation to last forever.