The International Office and the School of Construction Engineering held a “China Taste” Chinese cooking experience class
The students participated in a visit on the Bay Area – Shenzhen study program
On April 29, during the Social Practice Week, the International Office and the School of Construction Engineering held a series of practical education activities for the students of Sino-African class, namely “Cultural Confidence, China-Africa Unity”. The event was organized by Zhang Guo Model Worker and Artisan Innovation Studio, which brought students a Chinese cooking experience class with “China Taste”. The students, under the guidance of Zhang Guo, made delicacies such as Gong Bao Ji Ding, Xia Hua Guo Rou, Niu Rou Xian Bing, and Gui Hua Gao. Yang Xinbin, Secretary of the Party Committee of SZPT, had lunch with the students and talked about Chinese cuisine and traditional Chinese culture.
On April 30, the International Office organized students for a visit on the Bay Area – Shenzhen study program. They visited the Shenzhen Museum, and through physical items and video materials, learned about Shenzhen’s history and changes in modern times and after the reform and opening up. They were all amazed at the speed of Shenzhen’s development after the reform and opening up. The students climbed to the top of Lianhua Mountain for overlooking the central district of Shenzhen, and took photos with the statue of Deng Xiaoping to pay tribute to the chief architect of reform and opening up and the founder of Shenzhen.
On May 3, the School of Construction Engineering organized the students of Sino-Africa Class to watch the Remarkable No. 1, a biopic of the life of Ieoh Ming Pei, a master of modernist architecture. Through the life and works of Ieoh Ming Pei, the students could understand his talents and feelings, and comprehend the cultural inheritance and craftsman spirit of the Chinese people.
On May 5, the School of Construction Engineering organized the students of Sino-Africa Class to visit the Shenzhen Bay Talent Park and learn about landscape architecture. While enjoying the beautiful scenery of the Bay Area, the students also acquired knowledge about the talent policy of Shenzhen and felt the importance of the Chinese government to talents and the significance of talents to the development of the country. The students of Sino-African Class said that in this practice week, through learning, visiting, labor and other ways to deeply experience the Chinese culture, and cooperate with Chinese students in study, they benefited a lot, and in the future, they would be more serious and active in their study and life. (International Office, School of Construction Engineering)