Chinese Ambassador's Class
(CI at KU, July 18th, 2008) Chinese Ambassador,
His Excellency, Mr. Zheng Xianglin gave a vivid lecture on China's
Political System on July 18th, which happened to be Teachers'
Day in Nepal. Ambassador Teacher's lecture glorified the classes.
All those present were very excited, because this is by far the
first lecture given by Ambassador to the Chinese learners.
More than 80 persons enjoyed the lecture. Those
present include Dr. Suresh Raj Sharma, Vice Chancellor of K.U.,
Mr. Anoop Ranjan Bhattarai, President of Nepal-China Executives
Council, Volunteer Chinese Teachers and students from Confucius
Institute and School of Management and School of Arts of K.U.
Miss Qiao Jingyi from Bishwa Bhasha campus, T.U., a Chinese teacher
who has always been supporting Confucius Institute also attended
the class and functioned as a photographer.
His Excellency, Mr. Zheng Xianglin first looked
around the picture show. He pointed it out that the Picture Show
is an easy but vivid and straight way to introduce Chinese culture.
Soon afterwards, the ambassador gave an overall introduction of
China's systems namely, political and military systems, judicial
and administrative systems, and the composition and funtion of
China's government, and etc., which aroused the audience's great
interest. The ambassador's amiable smile made all those present
feel at home and his straightaway explanation helped them to know
more about China. The participants were greatly benefited from
the ambassador's lecture, which enhanced their love for China
and China's culture.
Having finished the lecture, His Excellency had
an interactive program with the audience. The students were excited
and expressed their gratitude for the ambassador's presence and
especially the good will for Beijing Olympic in simple but touching
words: Wish Beijing Olympic a Full Success.
Afterwards, Ambassador Zheng Xianglin had a friendly
talk with teachers and students from Confucius Institute. He sang
highly of the achievenments that CI have got in the previous year
and encouraged the students to master Chinese to contribute to
the improvement of the bilateral relationship between the two