Late at night on September 10th at 10:30 pm, Prof. Stöckle, the Managing Director of Center for Musculoskeletal Surgery, Charité, President of AO Trauma Germany, Elected President of German Society for Trauma Surgery 2025, finally arrived in Guangzhou after a nearly 24-hour long journey due to a flight delay. The next morning, Prof. Stöckle arrived at Guangzhou First People’s Hospital to get the week-long visiting professorship started. Prof. YANG Yunfa, the Director of the Department of Orthopedics, welcomed Prof. Stöckle at the hospital entrance. YAN Han, the Vice President, ZHONG Fan, Director of the HR Department, and Prof. YANG Yunfa held a welcome ceremony for Prof. Stöckle. Charité is the best hospital in Germany and even in Europe. It has been ranked as the best hospital in Germany for 11 consecutive years, and has been ranked TOP 10 among the World's Best Hospitals by U.S. Newsweek for years in a row. It generates more than 2 billion euros annually. The Center for Musculoskeletal Surgery at Charité consists of 11 sub-speciality and 1 independent Julius-Wolff Institute. Around 8,500 operations are operated annually. The center stands for at least 10% of the overall income and overall scientific output of Charité, and it has been ranked TOP 5 among the World's Best Orthopedics Hospitals by U.S. Newsweek for 5 consecutive years. During the visit, together with Prof. Yang, Prof. Stöckle attended daily meetings, weekly meeting, gave academic lectures, join ward rounds, give comments on pre-op evaluation, intra-op procedures and post-op recovery. He elaborated the international cutting-edge surgical techniques, offered real-time guidance during operation, had heated discussion on the admitted cases, defined better treatment plan on complicated cases, and offered suggestions on next steps for the research project of the team. In addition to academic exchanges, Prof. Stöckle has great passion for talent screening and training. He actively discussed with ZHONG Fan, Director of the HR Department, Prof. YANG Yunfa, the Director of the Orthopedics Department and the trauma surgery team, about human resources, overseas fellowship for medical staff, improvement of the training program for young surgeons, and how to motivate the young surgeons.During lunch break on Sept 13, Prof. Stöckle visited Gloryren’s office despite his tight schedule, to further discuss the international training and exchange program for Chinese Grade III-A hospitals. During his internal meeting with Gloryren, he said “Many of my German colleagues and I are ready to share all our expertise and techniques with our Chinese colleagues”. A true master not only possesses refined skills, but also sees promoting talent training and developing the specialty worldwide as their mission.