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Delegation from fisheries enforcement division for the Yangtze River Basin visits QUBS

May 30th, 2016

On Monday May 30th three members of the Office of Fisheries Law Enforcement for the Yangtze River Basin visited Queen's University, and both campuses of the Queen's University Biological Station.

Fisheries Delegation, May 2016

From left: Steve Lougheed (QUBS Director), Yimin Zhao (Section Chief, Office of Fisheries Law Enforcement for the Yangtze River Basin, Ministry of Agriculture, China), Jinhe Dong (Deputy Director General, Office of Fisheries Law Enforcement for the Yangtze River Basin), Duping Jiang (Section Chief, Office of Fisheries Law Enforcement for the Yangtze River Basin),  Wenxi Feng (Ph.D. candidate, Queen’s), and Mingzhi Qu (Ph.D. candidate, Queen’s).

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