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New year tea party held in Hong Kong, Macao, and Taiwan

On the afternoon of December 26, the New Year Tea Party for teachers and students from Hong Kong, Macao, and Taiwan was grandly held in the first conference room. Guo Shulan, Secretary of the Party Committee of our school, Hao Meifang, Minister of the United Nations Department, Liu Hongzhi, Director of the International Exchange Office, Tao Qian, Deputy Director of Hong Kong, Macao and Taiwan teachers, Mr. He Zhenjing, Mr. Hong Yuehua, Mr. Jiang Xiaoyun, and representatives of students from Hong Kong, Macao, and Taiwan attended the event.

In the afternoon, the New Year mascot, colorful candies, and the bright smiling faces of the students turned the first meeting room into a sea of joy. At the meeting, Secretary Guo Shulan first delivered a welcome speech on behalf of the Party Committee of the Academy. She thanked the teachers and students from Hong Kong, Macao, and Taiwan for their support to the work of the college over the past year, and wished everyone greater progress in the new year.

At the tea party, Huang Zhen, Chen Fujian, Wen Bike, Liao Xinen, Wang Danruo, Cai Fangyong, and other students spoke enthusiastically. They first expressed their gratitude to the school for their care and care in the past days and gave full support to the meticulous hard work of the remaining teachers. sure. They also exchanged views with Secretary Guo and Deputy Director Tao Qian of the International Exchange Office on issues such as cross-strait inter-school exchanges, how folk music goes abroad, and the way out for folk music students. When talking about how to learn more professional knowledge, Secretary Guo suggested that the students should seize every learning opportunity during the school period. In addition to class, they should also watch more concerts and master class lectures, and take part in the old one. A memorial event for artists of the past generation, because participating in this kind of event itself is learning a lively history of music, enriching one's own knowledge and experience, and it is very good for improving everyone's cultural and artistic accomplishment. When answering how to learn about the information on inter-school exchanges with foreign countries in time, Deputy Director Tao Qian said that interested students can directly go to the International Exchange Office to find out about the situation. For example, we will start the cooperation with the Royal Danish Academy of Music, Yale University, and Germany next year's Exchange student program at Reston Conservatory of Music.

At the end of the meeting, Ms. Hao Meifang from the Unified Department said that students can find a school if they have any difficulties in life and study, and we will do our best to help them solve it. The students from Hong Kong, Macao, and Taiwan who attended the meeting expressed that through this event, they deeply realized the school's concern for Hong Kong, Macao, and Taiwan students. In the future, they will redouble their efforts to study and encourage their students to actively participate in similar activities to enhance exchanges with the school.

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