Guangxi holds a knowledge contest to guide young people from the overseas Chinese community to understand Chinese history
China News Service, Nanning, May 16th (Reporter Lin Hao) On May 16, the theme of “Learning History, Revitalizing China and Sharing the Chinese Dream” was held in Nanning, Guangxi. City Guangxi Overseas Chinese School was held.
This event aims to celebrate the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Party of China and let young people from overseas Chinese understand Chinese history. It is co-sponsored by the Guangxi Overseas Chinese Federation, the East Guangxi Youth Alumni Association, and Guangxi Overseas Chinese School. The event is held in a combination of online and offline methods. The online team consists of two teams of young people from the United States and the British overseas Chinese who currently live overseas. The offline team consists of five teams from domestic government officials, school teachers, and corporate employees. Many spectators watched the game.
The picture shows the photo taken by Lin Hao at the competition site
Tan Bin, chairman of the Guangxi Overseas Chinese Federation, said that for young people in the overseas Chinese community, learning Chinese history can be inspired, draw strength, inspire the spirit of struggle, and achieve a broader life and responsibility. To set up a more important mission, I hope that the contestants can communicate with each other through the competition, and show knowledge, happiness and friendship through the competition.
On the day of the competition, there will be individual must answer, collective must answer, team rush answer and team risk answer. In addition to examining the knowledge of Chinese history, it also examines the awareness of the players to abide by the rules of the game. At the competition site, each team’s relatives and friends Group” shouts and applause continued.
In the event, Da Zhong Lan, a North American alumni of Guangxi University and director of the East Guangxi Youth Alumni Association, performed a solo dance “My Motherland and Me” to show his love for the motherland; KBS dance at Stony Brook University, New York, USA The team performed the dance “Oriental Soul”, showing the hopeful optimism of overseas Chinese youths in the future life under the epidemic; Chen Guodeng, director of the Guangxi Youth Alumni Association in the East of the United States, also performed a martial arts performance. In the offline performance session, Wu Baicheng, a baritone in the US and vice president of the East Guangxi Youth Alumni Association, sang “Motherland, Kind Mother” live.
p >Picture is photo by Lin Hao at the award ceremony
After two hours of competition, the 1st team of the East-US Guangxi Youth Alumni Association won the first place, the Guangxi Overseas Chinese Federation team won the second place, and the Guangxi Overseas Chinese School representative team Won the third place; the rest of the teams won the Excellence Award.
After the game, young people from the overseas Chinese community expressed that they have deepened their knowledge and understanding of Chinese history by participating in this event. (End)