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The Fifth Day of the 2017 HITWH International Summer School on Land-Sky-Ocean
Author: 佚名 | release date: 2017-07-20 |click rate: 261

July 17, 2017 | By Tan Huiping | Edited by She Jiajie

On July 17th, the fifth day of Summer School, foreign students attended a seminar on Ocean Science and Engineering, learning how to Paper Cut and had a tour to Changyu Wine Culture Museum.

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At 8:30, foreign delegates gathered at G202. Professor Peilin Zhou gave a lecture entitled “2030 Trend of International Shipping Development”. The presentation introduced the trends of shipping development in coping with the pressure of climate change, rational utilization of energy resources and improvement in the quality of life.

“I was amused by the teacher, he helped me to understand the trends of the shipping future. I’ve learned a lot.” said Paula, a student from University of Strathclyde.

After the seminar, accompanied by Chinese volunteers, foreign students started the journey on learning to paper cut. They learned to cut the paper into fish and flower forms. In this way, they felt the beauty of paper cutting.

“I learned it in my kindergarten, but here with a teacher’s guidance, it becomes easier. I think paper cutting can develop my imagination.” said Liudmila, a student from Saint-Petersburg State University.

In the afternoon, they went to Yan Tai city, and visited Changyu Wine Culture Museum. Aided by a comprehensive introduction to the history of Changyu Company, its corporate culture and knowledge of wine culture, foreign students saw a glimpse of the development of the Chinese wine industry.

“It’s really nice. I got a sense of the history of wine. The wine is a little wierd, because it’s different from the wine I have drunk.” said Pornnatcha, a student from Saini Marie Vithaya School.

Through today’s journey, foreign students and volunteers had a greater understanding about Chinese culture. The Cultural communication moved forward due to the host’s sincere preparation and the tour to museum also made them have a greater comprehension about the Chinese industry and it’s heritage.