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Online group Chinese martial arts project successfully concluded



On March 10th, the "Chinese Bridge" online group-the Chinese Wushu Project, sponsored by the China-Foreign Language Exchange and Cooperation Center of the Ministry of Education and undertaken by Northeast Normal University, successfully concluded. The teacher team of Northeast Normal University and 120 students from Novosibirsk State Normal University in Russia successfully completed an eight-day online Chinese learning and martial arts experience course.


According to the Chinese proficiency and needs of Russian students, the teacher team of the project team set up a series of learning courses focusing on basic Chinese teaching for them. At the same time, in order to spread the Chinese martial arts culture, different forms of Chinese martial arts courses including Tai Chi, Wing Chun, Xingyiquan and weapon fighting are specially arranged, as well as a martial arts cultural forum that talks about the origin and connotation of Chinese martial arts.




During the eight-day cloud learning and cloud experience journey, students with zero foundation have been able to use many basic Chinese vocabulary and sentences, and use Chinese for daily conversation. The students love learning Chinese and are full of enthusiasm for Chinese martial arts. They all expressed that they would continue to learn Chinese and Chinese culture. The process of learning with the teachers has broadened their understanding and understanding of China. They like China very much and hope to participate in more "Chinese Bridge" projects and look forward to the opportunity to come. China came to visit and study. Lead teacher Lilia Beznezhneh recognized the students' learning achievements. She expressed her sincere thanks to the Sino-foreign Language Exchange and Cooperation Center and Northeast Normal University, and on behalf of the school issued a certificate of completion to all students.




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