“Online Ethnic Culture Experience Week” of Zhi & Xing Guizhou Silk Road Youth Exchange Programme organized by GZMU was carried out successfully during July 25 to 31, 2021. The activity organized online courses including lecture about Guizhou ethnic culture, Chinese language, culture experience and so on to cultivate students’ interests in learning Chinese. Students therefore experienced the truest culture and the lasting charm of colorful Guizhou.
Activity site of the opening ceremony
Professor Yang Changru was giving the first lecture
International students were learning the Chinese paper-cutting culture
Zhi & Xing Guizhou Silk Road Youth Exchange Programme is a youth exchange brand project of China-ASEAN Education Cooperation Week, which was undertaken by the secretariat of the Organizing Committee of China-ASEAN Education Cooperation Week, sponsored by Guizhou Provincial Department of Education and officially launched in 2021. As the organizer of the project, GZMU invited 187 students to participate in the "Online Ethnic Culture Experience Week". Students came from 16 teams in 13 countries including teachers and students from Chiang Mai Rajabhat University in Thailand, West Visayas State University in the Philippines, Al-Farabi Kazakh National University, the University of Da Nang in Vietnam and many other universities. During the activity, the students participated in the courses actively and gave feedback on their learning timely.
Experience of Chinese culture—Wu Qin Xi
A student of the Confucious Institute on Al-Farabi Kazakh National University made the speech on the closing ceremony
An internationalstudent of Guizhou Minzu University made the speech on the closing ceremony
The activity enhanced the understanding and friendship between China and ASEAN and countries along the Belt and Road Initiative, and promote the cultural cooperation among regions. International students all said that the activity has broadened their horizon, enriched their knowledge, and deepened their understanding of Chinese culture and Guizhou culture. They expressed that if given opportunity, they would choose to study in China in the future to further understand the Chinese culture.