Young Italian Businessman Finds Home away from Home in China
Italian Stefano Bottiglieri has built both a professional and personal life in China, not only developing his business here but also tying the knot in the country."Changsha is a great city," said Bottiglieri, adding it has good infrastructure and the local government is supportive.
Foreign Friends Experience Hunan Intangible Cultural Heri...
Hunan Library held an intangible cultural heritage activity on theme of “charming intangible cultural heritage and splendid Hunan” at the Intangible Cultural Heritage Hall in Yuhua District, Changsha on August 25. More than 100 foreign friends from over 20 countries experienced the unique charm of Hunan culture here.
“Chinese Bridge” Contestants Visit Hunan Museum
On the morning of July 31, contestants of the 18th “Chinese Bridge” Chinese Proficiency Competition for Foreign College Students visited Hunan Museum to feel the charm of traditional Chinese culture in a collection of cultural relics, calligraphy works, and paintings.
18th “Chinese Bridge” “Cross the Bridge” Competition ...
On July 26 and 27, the speech contest and talent show of the “Cross the Bridge” Competition for the Asian, European, American, Oceanian, and African group contestants, were held at the Hunan Mass Media Vocational and Technical College. “Cross the Bridge” is part of the 18th “Chinese Bridge” Chinese Proficiency Competition for Foreign College Students.
Chinese Traditional Music Enchants Foreigners
A Chinese traditional music appreciation activity was launched at the Changsha Harmonization+ Library on July 28. It was hosted by the Hunan Library, and the Changsha Yuhua District Cultural, Tourism, and Sports Bureau. More than 150 music lovers from over 30 countries participated. They learnt about Chinese musical instruments, appreciated Chinese musical masterpieces, listened to legendary stories, tasted Chinese tea, and read Chinese poems.
Chinese and Russian Youths Get a Taste of Traditional Chi...
On the afternoon of July 21, a cultural experience activity of the 6th China-Russia “Yangtze River-the Volga” Youth Forum was held at the Hunan University of Chinese Medicine, Changsha. The forum was attended by 132 Russian youths from 14 Russian federal subjects in the Volga Federal District. It was also attended by 180 Chinese youth representatives from 6 Chinese provinces and municipalities all from the upper and middle reaches of the Yangtze River. These young people gathered to learn about traditional Chinese medicine (TCM) culture and interact and exchange with each other.