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The 2018 NASPAA-Batten Global Student Simulation Competition Asian Division was successfully held at the University of International Business and Economics

On March 3, 2018, the NASAPA-Batten Global Student Simulation Competition Asian Games was held at the University of International Business and Economics. This competition is the fourth student simulation contest organized by NASAPA. Its theme is “Emergency Crisis Management and Global Health and Safety”. The competition was conducted simultaneously in 16 competition areas around the world, attracting 550 students around the world. The School of Public Administration of the University of International Business and Economics obtained the right to undertake the Asian Division through competitive bidding and strict evaluation procedures. The Division is the largest of the 16 divisions worldwide this year.

At 8:00 am on March 3rd, Libo Fan, Dean of the School of Public Administration of the University of International Business and Economics, announced the beginning of the Asian Division and gave a welcome speech on behalf of the School. Qing Wang , the Teacher of the School of Public Administration, organized the competition in this Division as the Site Leader Coordinator. Chen Xu, the Technical Leader, provided technical support for the Division. Yuxiang Guo, the representative of NASPAA, Noah Myung, Director of the University of Virginia Leadership Simulation and Competition Center, and Chief Engineer Abhiraj Deshpande oberved the whole competition. Chin Kei Lee, chief medical officer of the World Health Organization, Jing Ma, director of the Center for Treatment and Care at the Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, Yumei Chen, associate professor at the School of Public Administration and School of Emergency Management at Jinan University, and Qing Wang, a teacher at the School of Public Administration at the University of International Business and Economics, served as judges of the competition. The decision simulation software for the competition was developed and designed by the University of Virginia Leadership Simulation and Competition Center.