Whittier Law School hosts delegation from China’s Ministry of Public Security

Ying-Qianq Zhou, Director of the Frontier Inspection Division, from the Guangzhou General Station of Exit and Entry, People’s Republic of China, presents a gift to Whittier Law School Professor Stewart Chang.

On October 17, 2016, Whittier Law School hosted a delegation from the Exit-Entry Administration Bureau of the Ministry of Public Security of the People’s Republic of China. The Ministry of Public Security is the principal law enforcement authority in China, and the delegation came on a study trip to learn about immigration management and border control practices in the United States. Professor Stewart Chang delivered a presentation to the delegates on the structure of the American immigration law system, and spoke with them on topics that were of particular interest to them including undocumented immigration and human trafficking. Faculty and staff from both the law school and the Whittier College campus, including those affiliated with the Luce Initiative on Asian Studies and the Environment, joined Professor Chang in welcoming our visitors from China.

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