UM Staff and Students Visit National Security Education Exhibition Before Its Closing
No. of participants: around 420 參與人數: 約420人

On 17 April 2023, the University of Macau (UM) has organized over 150 staff members and students to visit the National Security Education Exhibition. Before the closing of the exhibition period (15 May), the University once again arranged nearly 270 staff members and students to join the visit, in order to enhance their understanding of the development of the national security system from various perspectives, and express our University’s strong support for national security education.

The National Security Education Exhibition is co-organised by the Macao SAR government and the Liaison Office of the Central People’s Government in the Macao SAR. This year’s exhibition comprises a prologue and five thematic sections: the great successes in the country’s development; the progress – in terms of the right path taken, and advances made – in the modernisation of the national security system and its capabilities; the forging ahead efficiently – in the face of adversity – of the pursuit of national security and social stability; the progress – in terms of united and unwavering effort – in safeguarding national security; the pragmatic approach to joint development to striding forward with confidence into the future; and the passing on to the next generation of patriotism, and the effort to advance the role of patriotic forces in Macao. Through concise text, over 350 photos, and multiple videos, the exhibition shows that under the guidance of the holistic view of national security, China has made a series of new achievements. Moreover, with the strong support of the central government, the principle of ‘patriots governing Macao’ has been thoroughly implemented, facilitating social stability and economic development in Macao.

Through the exhibition, UM staff members and students gained a complete and in-depth understanding of the holistic view of national security, the latest developments of the country and Macao in improving the national security system, and the collective responsibility for safeguarding national security.