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Yat Sen Display Chinese Culture

The school showed what they had learned from the group from China WATI TALEBULA Suva Students of Yat Sen Primary School, Suva, made the most of whatever the 12-member team
09 Aug 2014 09:20

Yat Sen Primary Schools students with teachers during Chinese Cultural Camp in School yesterday. Photo: Ronald Kumar

The school showed what they had learned from the group from China
WATI TALEBULA
Suva
Students of Yat Sen Primary School, Suva, made the most of whatever the 12-member team of teachers from China taught them and yesterday they were able to display what they had learned.
The school hall was sea of colours as they displayed different traditional dances from China.
The leader of the group from China, Wang Yungi, said the event was designed to meet the increasing demand of the overseas Chinese youths.
“We want the Chinese youths in Fiji to understand Chinese culture, to promote the heritage of Chinese culture, to maintain and expand overseas human resources, and to further accelerate sustainable development of overseas Chinese affairs,” Mr Yungi said.
“With the support from the overseas Chinese associations, institutions, societies and schools; the “Chinese cultural camp” holds classes to teach overseas youth on carefully selected fine traditional Chinese art and culture.”
Mr Yungi said Yat Sen Primary School students were keen learners.
“Students of all races attending this school are taught because we want to teach others about our culture and traditions and these students are very enthusiastic,” he said.
This is the second year the programme has been run at the school.
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