Young Sinologists Study Camp Holds Seminar to Share Experience

From:chinakongziAuthor: 2021-10-25 09:58

The 2021 Study Camp of Young Sinologist, sponsored by the International Confucian Association, Beijing Language and Culture University, Nishan World Center for Confucian Studies, and organized by CCTSS, International Exchanges Department of Nishan World Center for Confucian Studies marked its closing on October 20 at Beijing Language and Culture University. A symposium titled "I and China-Campers Experience Sharing" was held at the same time.

More than 60 representatives, including Liu Yandong, President of the International Confucian Association, Ni Haidong, Party Secretary of Beijing Language and Culture University, Jia Deyong, Secretary-General of the International Confucian Association, 15 campers from 14 countries on 5 continents and leaders of Beijing Language and Culture University, heads of relevant departments, teachers, and Chinese and foreign students participated in the activity.

President Liu Yandong presented certificates to campers. 

The participating campers shared their experience on the themes of "personal improvement and thoughts on participating in the study camp" and "suggestions on the content and arrangements of the study camp".

A camper from the United States said that this study camp arranged tours to the sacred place of Confucianism, the exhibition hall on the history of the CPC, through which he felt the charm of traditional Chinese culture in all aspects. As an American who has been studying in China for a long time, he hoped that China will get better and better and that the two peoples will get along in harmony and treat each other as equals.

A camper from Japan said that this study camp went beyond mere cultural exchanges and yielded positive results in many aspects. As a famous line goes in China, there remains a long way to go. He hoped to make further explorations with other campers in the future so as to advance the exchanges and development of sinology.

A thousand miles begins with a single step. An Egyptian camper said that the six-day study camp from Shandong to Beijing gave him a deeper understanding of ancient and modern China. Every place he visited helped him further understand Chinese traditional culture and Chinese cultural system.

A camper from ROK said that sinology meant a lot to her and she would make more contributions to China-ROK cultural exchanges.


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