Chinese and Russian Youths Get a Taste of Traditional Chinese Medicine
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.
Chinese and Russian Youth Representatives Experience Traditional Chinese Culture
The 6th China-Russia “Yangtze River-the Volga” Youth Forum’s “China Day” traditional cultural experience activity was held at the Central South University of Forestry and Technology on July 19.
6th “Yangtze River-the Volga” Youth Forum Representatives Visit Changsha Binjiang Park
On July 16, more than 300 Chinese and Russian youth representatives of the 6th “Yangtze River-the Volga” Youth Forum, visited the Changsha Binjiang Cultural Park. It is a landmark of Changsha City, and is the location of the Changsha Planning Exhibition Hall, Changsha Library, Changsha Concert Hall, and Changsha Museum. Through the visit, they would deepen their impressions about Changsha as the “City of Media Arts”.
Knowledge Builds a Friendship Bridge Between Hunan and Africa
In recent years, with the deepening of China-Africa exchanges, more and more African students have come to study in Hunan, majoring in agriculture, medicine, business administration, civil engineering, machinery, and others.
Foreigners Taste Peking Opera
The Chinese Corner at the Hunan Library and the Peking Opera Protection and Inheritance Center of Hunan jointly gave an exciting Peking Opera lesson on June 23, 2019. There were over 120 international guests attended.
African Culture Finds a New Home in Changsha
The Hecun African Cultural Park is China’s first village resort featuring African culture. Since its opening last July, more than 50 artists from Uganda, Kenya, and Ethiopia have come here to spread African culture and art. There are now 15 Ugandan artists at the park.