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1. Hunan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine study vividly hand-made moon cakes to celebrate the Mid-Autumn Festival







Red Net Changsha September 14 (time news reporter Liu Yibin) making noodles, stuffing, pressing, and baking... On the afternoon of September 14, more than a dozen international students from Hunan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine walked into the school’s laboratory building to learn how to make moon cakes. Experience "Chinese Happiness" and welcome the arrival of the Mid-Autumn Festival.



"Very beautiful!" "Very delicious!" International students from South Korea, Malaysia, Indonesia and other countries took out the mooncakes they just made with their own hands and took out their phones to take pictures as a souvenir. These international students come from the International Education College of Hunan University of Traditional Chinese Medicine. It is not the first time for many of them to spend the Mid-Autumn Festival in Changsha, but it is the first time to make mooncakes by themselves. Under the guidance of the master, they used a mold to make a beautiful moon cake in a short while.



"I used to eat moon cakes and admire the moon during the Mid-Autumn Festival. It is very meaningful to make moon cakes for the Mid-Autumn Festival this year." He Chengyi from Malaysia, a senior student, will give the cakes made by herself for these months. good friend.



"It is the first time to spend the Mid-Autumn Festival away from my hometown. I miss my family very much." Hong Duoyin from South Korea is a graduate student of the International Education College. She said that the 15th month of the eighth month of the Korean lunar calendar is called "Autumn Festival", which is China's Mid-Autumn Festival. The Korean Mid-Autumn Festival is also a day for family reunion.



2. International students participate in the "World Chinese Bridge Connecting Luxi" research activities







From September 27th to 29th, at the invitation of Hunan People’s Broadcasting Station and Luxi County People’s Government, the International Education Institute organized 20 international students from Pakistan, Ghana, Indonesia, Zimbabwe, Iraq, Zambia, Malaysia, Liberia and other countries to participate. "World Chinese Bridge Connecting Luxi" Global Chinese students studying in Luxi.



During the three days and two nights of research activities, the international students visited the Luxi County National Culture Exhibition Center, tasted ethnic cuisine, and enjoyed the Chenhe Gaoqiang performance, known as the "living fossil of the East". In Mawangxi Village, the first village in western Hunan, I visited the agricultural base demonstration park and the ponkan boutique park, and experienced grape picking and ceramic making. In Yanmen Castle, I experienced the traditional culture of Yanmen Castle and danced the dragon lantern in person. In addition, they also walked into the ancient town of Pushi, known as "Little Nanjing", the first of the four famous towns in western Hunan, where they carried out intangible heritage projects such as stepping tigers, Miao counting yarns, and steelyard making. Make. The international students said that the activities have benefited them a lot, and the scenery and culture of Xiangxi are lingering, and they are even more amazed at the breadth and depth of Chinese culture.



Through research activities, international students have increased their understanding of Chinese culture, and have a close perception of the profound cultural heritage of Hunan. At the same time, they have also promoted our school's international schooling achievements and showcased our school's international students' demeanor.






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