The Activities during the Second Session of Sino-Canada International Educational Exchange Forum

On July 19th, the education group of Canada and China went to the mausoleum of Dr. Norman Bethune. Though it took them nearly 4 hours on the road, people still felt very excited to be there. Mr. Graham Mulligan, a member of the organizing committee made a short speech. In it he highlighted the activities of Dr. Norman Bethune and what he had done to develop the friendship between Canada and China. Then in front of the statue of Norman Bethune, the choir of the Calgary Arts Academy gave a performance of a song especially composed for the ceremony. Mr. James Zhan, the president of Tianjiao International Education Group(Canada) Ltd, Ms. Sonia Hutson, associate superintendent of the Vancouver School Board and Mr. Fuqiang li , vice director of Shangqiu Education Bureau presented flower wreaths to the statue of Norman Bethune to memorialize this great international friendship.

On July 20th, the education group of Canada and China went to Shaolin Wushu School which is located in Changping District in Beijing. The vivid performance of "Lion Dancing" made a deep impression on both the Canadian and Chinese delegations. At book donation ceremony, 100 original English books were donated to Shaolin Wushu School. Mr. James Zhan, the president of Tianjiao International Education Group (Canada) Ltd and Mr. Biao Fu, Principal of Shaolin Wushu School presented a gift to each other and delivered speeches. On the afternoon, the educators of Canada had a chance to learn about Chinese traditional culture----- Chinese Calligraphy. The educators from Canada were matched with Chinese principals who showed them how to hold the Chinese brush pen and how to write.

On July 21st, the education group of Canada and China went to the Great Wall. The educators were very excited to take part in this activity. On this special occasion, the artists of Calgary Arts Academy used their songs to express their feelings again, which attracted a lot of people who stopped to listen.




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