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The Successful Ending of 2019 Summer Camp by Confucius Institute at Coventry University

On the morning of June 14th, the summer camp of the Confucius Institute at Coventry University was officially opened in China. During the 13-day summer camp, Chinese and foreign students learned traditional Chinese culture, learned about China ’s economic development, and experienced the flourishing vitality of China including Chinese food, clothing, and living.  On June 22, the 16 campers were on their way home, showing that the 2019 Summer Camp of the Confucius Institute at Coventry University was successfully completed. In the afternoon, accompanied by volunteers, campers toured the JUFE Campus on foot and felt the academic style of its Shinmin Lianyi. Afterwards, everyone went to Tengwang Pavilion, one of the three famous buildings in China, and quietly felt the scenery of Ganjiang River described in the Preface of Tengwang Pavilion.

     In order to increase the understanding of Chinese campers in China, Vice President Wang Xiaoping delivered a lecture on the theme of China's economic development. With the continuous deepening of reform and opening up, from the lack of clothing and food to worry-free life, the Chinese people are continuously striving towards the goal of building a well-off society in an all-round way.

      Chinese culture has been around for five thousand years, and calligraphy and tea art have always been integral parts of the extensive and profound traditional Chinese culture. In the afternoon of the 17th, everyone went to the tea art room of our school to experience the tea culture, deep and long-lasting tea culture, exquisite craftsmanship, mellow and intoxicating tea ... all these are intoxicating to foreign friends. At the same time, everyone went to the National Art Museum to feel the charm of Chinese Kung Fu and Bing Pong.   Afterwards, Chinese volunteers performed programs such as Guzheng and songs, while foreign campers performed programs such as poetry recitation. Good times are always short, and we look forward to seeing you again next time.