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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?

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