Sino-Spanish cultural exchange center set up in Changchun
A Sino-Spanish Cultural Exchange Center was launched at the Changchun Foreign Languages School in Changchun, capital of Northeast China’s Jilin province, on Aug 17.
Jorge Romeu, an envoy from the Spanish embassy and Wang Hao, principal of the Changchun Foreign Languages School, attended the opening ceremony.
The diplomat said that Spanish culture, like Chinese culture, boated a long history that was recognized throughout the world. Exchange between two cultures means a lot to people in the two countries, and more ways should be explored to strengthen cultural exchanges between high school students, he added.
Principal Wang Hao gave a presentation on the history of the Changchun Foreign Languages School to attendees and briefed them on his school’s attempts to promote Chinese culture and broaden international cultural exchanges.
Attendees also paid a visit to the school’s history museum.
Officials said the launch of the center received huge support from Jilin Jiaxi cultural development company, which is engaged in economic trade and cultural exchanges between China and Spain.
Jorge Romeu, from the Spanish embassy (3rd from left) writes down his best wishes for the newly-established cultural exchange center, on Aug 17. [Photo/chinadaily.com.cn]
Attendees take part in a meeting at the Changchun Foreign Languages School on Aug 17. [Photo/chinadaily.com.cn]
Attendees visit the history museum at the Changchun Foreign Languages School on Aug 17. [Photo/chinadaily.com.cn]