Student Chinese song sharing session
On the morning of December 11, 2020, teacher Huang Yue from the Confucius Institute at Tallinn University led an interesting Chinese song-sharing session. This is the last class of Class A1 of the Confucius Institute in this semester. The Chinese and foreign dean of the Confucius Institute at Tallinn University, Niu Wenguang, Teacher Andai and other Chinese teachers were all attracted to watch.
Learning to sing a Chinese song is a learning task in the listening and speaking class of the Confucius Institute at Tallinn University this semester. Students need to learn and record a Chinese song together with their group members within half a month. In addition, they also need to shoot and produce a unique group-style song video.
In this song-sharing meeting, a total of five groups participated. Everyone gave their group a special Chinese name, such as "Guilin Panda", "Seven Fish" and "Pretty Flower", etc.; the selection of songs is also very diversified, including the very popular love song " I want to see you, I want to see you, I want to see you, the classic old song "Look at the Girl Opposite", and the familiar "I Want to Go to Guilin" and so on. In the sharing session, everyone showed great talent for language learning and a love for Chinese songs. The students praised each other and gave their classmates the greatest affirmation with excited applause. Everyone here felt the warmth from the cold winter and the epidemic in Estonia.