At WTU of Teachers & Students
Zhang En, a 2008 alumna of Wuhan Textile University majoring in Fashion Performance, founder and CEO of Hi Department Store, took the initiative to donate 10,000 masks as epidemic prevention materials to the university when the graduates were about to return to school, which fully demonstrates Zhang's deep affection for her Alma mater.
Zhang En, an outstanding graduate of the Fashion Performance major of fashion school in 2008, is now the founder and CEO of Hi Department Store in Guangzhou, the founder of NUNU&NONO independent brand, and one of the top ten designers in Guangdong Province. In school, Zhang En has a high comprehensive quality and excellent professional performance. She has won many grand awards in professional performance competitions, among which she won the first prize in the fashion runway show in the final of the 59th Miss World China. As an alumna of WTU, she has been concerned about the development of her Alma mater. Every year in the graduation season, Hi department store will come to our school to hold campus information meeting to provide employment opportunities for students in our school. The donation of 10,000 anti-epidemic masks to the school is a token of her devotion to and gratitude for her Alma mater, and also a demonstration of her sense of social responsibility and historical mission as an entrepreneur.
During the critical period of epidemic when the graduates returned to school, the "most beautiful alumna" of WTU represented by Zhang En donated epidemic prevention materials actively. Their act of spreading love and passing on friendship deeply touched every WTUER. The school will pass on the warmth, distribute the donated materials in place, help the graduates to go back to school for departure procedures and live up to the profound friendship of every donor.