China Land Surveying and Planning Institute, Ministry of
Land and Resources visits the FIG Office and Honorary President Stig Enemark
26 September 2011, Copenhagen, Denmark
TThe Chinese Delegation from the Ministry of Land and Resources at
the FIG Office with FIG Honorary President Stig Enemark
The FIG Office hosted a delegation from China Land Surveying and Planning
Institute, Ministry of Land and Resources who came to visit the FIG Office,
and to explore about FIG, the Danish Association of Chartered Surveyors and
Aalborg University. The delegation was represented by Chief Planner Hu
Cunzhi , Ministry of Land and Resources, Deputy Director General Liu
Guohong, Department of Planning, MLR, Director Wang Aimin,
Department of Macro-control and Monitoring, MLR, Senior Staff Fei Yue
Department of Science & Technology and International Cooperation, MLR,
Senior Engineer Xu Xiaoli, China Land Surveying and Planning
Institute, MLR, Director Gong Zhigang, Department of Land and
Resources, Hebei Province, Director Zhang Jin, Land and Resources
Bureau of Development Zone in Qin Huangdao, Hebei Province.
The purpose of the meeting was to deepen mutual understanding and
strengthen the cooperation between MLR and the global surveying community.
Honorary President Stig Enemark was present during the day and he
also gave a presentation on Land Governance in support of the Global Agenda.
The meeting was hosted by Mrs. Louise Friis Hansen, FIG Office
Manager and Mrs. Hanne Elster, FIG Office Coordinator.
In the afternoon The National Survey and Cadastre, Denmark was
represented by Deputy Director General Søren Reeberg Nielsen and
Project Manager, Dr. Christian Thellufsen who gave a presentation on
the Danish cadastral system.
The day held some very fruitful and open discussions on cadastral and
land administration systems and their benefit to society.
On behalf of FIG, Honorary President
Stig Enemark receives an
extraordinary gift from Chief Planner Hu Cunzhi, Ministry of
Land and Resources, which is a Weihe dated back to the Gongwang
Period of Xi Zhou Dynasty (946-935 B.C. which records an act of the
signing of a farmland transfer contract.
Hu Cunzhi studies the old surveying equipment
at the FIG Office. The surveying equipment belongs to the Danish
Association of Chartered Surveyors
14 October 2011