Traditional Chinese Costume Show Enchants Rayong Province

[Source]    Confucius Classroom at Rayong Wittayakorm School [Time]    2010-12-21 17:59:35 

Hosted by the Confucius Classroom at Rayong Wittayakorm School, the traditional Chinese costume show themed “Colorful Chinese Costumes” was kicked off on the 10th this month in Rayong Province, Thailand. Happening to meet the grand opening ceremony of the local cultural festival in Rayong, the Show gave Mr. Thawachai, governor of Rayong City, Mr. Walawed, mayor of Rayong City, and thousands of Rayong civilians a chance to experience the unique charms of Chinese clothing culture.

Mr.Walawed, mayor of Rayong and chairman of the organizing committee of the cultural festival, observed the costume show and posed for photographs with teachers and students in splendid attire from the Confucius Classroom. Mr.Walawed praised the show staged by the Confucius Classroom as a spectacular view of the cultural festival and acknowledged its positive contributions to the diversified development of Rayong City.

The costume show has presented not only attractive Han costumes and elegant Tang Suits, but florid and fashionable cheongsams. Acting as models were not only volunteer Chinese teachers full of vigor and vitality but lively and lovely Thai students. The more than 20 teachers and students wearing traditional Chinese costumes became the most eye-catching figures of the parade, arresting the attention of both locals and foreign visitors who stopped to admire the show and pose with them for pictures.

Jiang Chengjun, the Chinese director of the Confucius Classroom at Rayong Wittayakorm School, has remarked that the clothing show is intended to help Thai people get a better understanding of traditional Chinese cultures, which shall contribute to cultural exchanges between Thailand and China and draw the two countries closer together.

According to reports, this is the third time the Confucius Classroom at Rayong Wittayakorm School has joined hands with the government of Rayong, preceded by the establishment of the Chinese Books Corner and photo exhibition in celebration of the 35th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between China and Thailand, both with far-reaching influence on Rayong.