Confucius Institute offer Chinese courses
Local time on March 19 afternoon, the Confucius Institute dean of our school hosted Shuo Lin Bin, Chinese Director Peng now together local teachers Wu Dejun, volunteer teachers Rowling.
And Recife City Career Development Department Director Antonio (Antonio Ferreira Cavalcanti Junior, Assistant Director Cristiane Guedes, and Director of the Career Guidance Center Ana).
Launched the opening ceremony of the Chinese language course at the Municipal Career Guidance Center to celebrate the successful opening of the Chinese language course.
The Recife City Employment Guidance Center mainly serves local residents in poor communities. It is a platform that provides language and skills learning for unemployed people in the community, aiming to improve their employability and increase their employment opportunities.
The opening of the Chinese language course is the first cooperation between the Confucius Institute of Pernambuco University and the center, and it is also an important attempt by the Confucius Institute of Pernambuco University to integrate into the local community and serve the community.
There are currently 15 students in the courses, and Wu Dejun, a native Chinese teacher at the Confucius Institute at Pernambuco University, is responsible for the teaching tasks.
With the increasing influence of China on the world stage and the increasing international status, the economic and trade exchanges and cooperation exchanges between China and Brazil have continued to deepen, and the importance and urgency of Chinese learning have gradually become prominent.
The Confucius Institute at Pernambuco University offers Chinese courses in the community, which will add diversified courses to the employment education center, improve the professional ability and quality of the unemployed in the community, and better play the role of the Confucius Institute in serving the local society and promoting employment and entrepreneurship.
At the opening ceremony, Director Antonio expressed his heartfelt gratitude to the Confucius Institute at Pernambuco University for its efforts to serve the community, emphasized the importance of learning Chinese to students, and encouraged students to study Chinese hard and enhance their abilities.
Director Antonio also exchanged ideas with the Dean of the Confucius Institute at the University of Pernambuco on the cooperation between the Confucius Institute and state primary and secondary schools and medical schools and planned to visit the Confucius Institute at the University of Pernambuco in April to further discuss cooperation matters.