On June 3rd and 4th, 2019, I attended the second meeting "Research and Teaching in China" co-organized by the DAAD, the [Deutscher Akademischer Austauschdienst], i.e., the German Academic Exchange Service [德国学术交流中心], and the German Consulate General in Shanghai. Similar to the first meeting in Beijing, there was a great attendance of about 60 German researchers who live, work, study, and teach in China. I had the chance to meet and talk with researchers from such diverse fields as material science, social science, law, water science, spatial planning, mathematics, theoretical computer science, city planning, project management, chemistry, agriculture, and bio-informatics. This second meeting again shows how strongly the science communities of China and Germany are connected and how much exchange is taking place for the benefit of both of our countries, from the level of young researchers up to the very top-level of senior and world-leading experts. I want to wholehearted thank both the team of the German Consulate General and the DAAD, who did a marvelous job in organizing this meeting. On one hand, there were there many highly interesting talks, discussing topics such as cross-cultural project management as well as research funding opportunities in China. On the other hand, us attendees also had plenty of opportunities for socializing and personal discussions. After a very nice opening ceremony in the residency of the German Consulate General on June 3rd, the talks on June 4th took place in the beautiful meeting room in the 40th floor of the Kunlun Jingan Hotel, granting a perfect view on Shanghai. In summary, I am very thankful for the opportunity to attend this meeting and I hope that many such meetings will follow.