Q: How did you feel about being chosen to head a university?
A: It is tiring but gratifying. My working week includes many weekends. I am learning every day from my colleagues, aiming to gain as much experience as possible from working in a university. Before heading Tibet University, I carried out research and administrative work at the Tibet Academy of Governance. University administration is still new to me.
What is the biggest change you want to make at Tibet University?
invest in higher education.
What do you want to say to graduates of Tibet University this year?
A: I hope they find jobs that they are willing to devote themselves to.
What is the legacy you hope to give to the university?
A: I hope to establish the university as a comprehensive and influential institution with prominent, specialized features that help it gain global recognition.
What kind of president do you want your students to remember you as?