Hebei Medical University
Hebei Medical University (abbreviated as HMU), formerly known as the Beiyang Medical School, is one of the high ranking universities in Hebei Province. Founded by the Governor Li Hongzhang in Tianjin in 1894, Hebei Medical University was the very first western medical school established by the government. One year after the Revolution of 1911, in October of 1912, the government of the Republic of China issued the No.16 and No. 25 order, which changed the university’s name from Beiyang Medical School to Zhili Public Medical College. and the College began to enroll undergraduates in the same year. Three years later, the college moved from Tianjin to Baoding in 1915. On July 7th 1937, with the outburst of the full-scale invasion from Japan, China became the main battlefield of the Second World War in East Asia.