China-ASEAN-SEAFDEC/AQD collab in aquaculture looms
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China-ASEAN Center for Joint Research and Promotion of Marine Aquaculture Technology invited SEAFDEC/AQD Chief Dan Baliao to attend a forum to discuss collaboration with SEAFDEC/AQD. The forum carried a theme “cooperation, sharing, development”. SEAFDEC scientist, Dr. Edward Mamawag, joined Chief Baliao during the discussion in the forum. Other invited foreign aquaculture experts were from Indonesia, Malaysia and USA. The participants of the China-ASEAN Marine Aquaculture Industry Development Forum that was held recently in Fuzhou, China explored the prospect of aquaculture collaboration between China-ASEAN and SEAFDEC/AQD. The forum was organized by School of Life Sciences, Sun Yat-sen University under the leadership of Me Jianguo Pro.
China-ASEAN-SEAFDEC/AQD collab in aquaculture looms. (2018, July 9). Panay News, pp. B11, B5.
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Aquaculture development; Development projects; Aquaculture; Technology transfer; International cooperation; Aquaculture enterprises; Conferences; Marine aquaculture; Marine technology; Research; China-ASEAN Center for Joint Research and Promotion of Marine Aquaculture Technology; Southeast Asian Fisheries Development Center/Aquaculture Department (SEAFDEC/AQD); School of Life Sciences, Sun Yat-sen University; Baliao, Dan D.; Mamauag, Roger Edward P.; Pro, Me Jianguo
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