The 2020 graduation ceremony of Yunnan University is held at its Chenggong campus on June 23. [Photo/ynu.edu.cn]
Yunnan University -- in Kunming, capital of Southwest China's Yunnan province -- held its 2020 graduation ceremony at its Chenggong campus on June 23, with attendance of university officials, teachers, students, parents and alumni, according to YNU reports.
Lin Wenxun, Party committee secretary of the university, Fang Jingyun, president of YNU, as well as vice-presidents of the university, attended the event.
The ceremony was also livestreamed for those graduates who could not be present due to the novel coronavirus epidemic, according to officials.
President Fang said at the ceremony that the year 2020 was special for all people and during the fight against the epidemic, YNU students had consciously abided by and implemented the school's arrangements and deployments.
They had also actively participated in voluntary epidemic prevention and control work, which made the university proud of them.
He hoped that the graduates would be upright, motivated and grateful and can grow with the university, so they could become better people.
Other university officials, teacher representatives, alumni representatives, parents and student representatives also addressed the ceremony, expressing their vision for the future.
Fang Jingyun, president of Yunnan University, addresses the graduation ceremony on June 23. [Photo/ynu.edu.cn]
Graduates pose for photos at the graduation ceremony. [Photo/ynu.edu.cn]